ENGIE is the new name of COFLEY

ENGIE is the new name of COFELY and brings new and integrated services to Singapore As part of the international rebranding process of the GDF SUEZ Group into ENGIE, the Singaporean entities Cofely FMO, Cofely DC and Cofely South East Asia will hence more ...

May 19, 2016 (0) comments

Indonesia’s floating PV project

The installation of this 5kWp floating PV, MLEB expects to have an energy yield of 1,295kWh/kWp. This will in turn generate 6.7 MWh of energy annually, an equivalent of 5.8 Tons CO2 savings annually. REC is showcasing its floating photovoltaic instal more ...

May 19, 2016 (0) comments

Is the ‘Red River’ dead in the water?

VRN said in a statement released on May 11 that the project proposed by Xuan Thien Co Ltd would leave huge negative consequences. With a capacity of just 228 MW, it would contribute less than 1% to the nation’s electricity output. What is more, it is more ...

May 16, 2016 (0) comments

ALE in Thailand Heavy Lift Project

ALE are approaching the final stages of one of its biggest wind energy contracts it has ever secured in Thailand. ALE has been awarded a major contract for the transportation, crane lifting and installation of 24 x 2.5MW turbines to be erected on a p more ...

May 05, 2016 (0) comments

Smart Nation Sandbox

To encourage innovation in Smart Nation solutions and capabilities, SAS and Temasek Polytechnic (TP) have jointly launched a Smart Nation Sandbox Environment. Supported by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, the Smart Nation Sandbox Envi more ...

May 16, 2016 (0) comments

Taipower substations deemed safe!

Taiwan Power Co (Taipower) yesterday said that living near an electric substation is safe, following a media report saying residential complexes close to substations might be exposed to high levels of electromagnetic radiation, with environmentalists more ...

May 03, 2016 (0) comments

Singapore has much to offer Water market

In the field of water management, Singapore has much to offer. It is a small country, around the size of Hyderabad. It has very few water resources and imports water from Malaysia under the 1961 Johor State Water Agreement. This has forced it to opti more ...

April 29, 2016 (0) comments

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