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Hitachi joins in smart-grid project in Poland

Advanced tech would add reliability and foster renewable energy

Poland aims to have renewable energy, including wind power, account for 15% of its power supply by 2020.

TOKYO -- Hitachi will take part in a smart-grid demonstration project in Poland, aimed at enhancing the security of the country's power system as well as reducing costs, the Japanese industrial giant said Friday.

Hitachi and subsidiary Hitachi Chemical signed an implementation document for the project with state-owned grid operator Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne, distribution network operator Energa-Operator and power supplier Energa Wytwarzanie.

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