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Siemens increasing efficiency, reliability & availability

Adoption of variable speed drives yields increased plant efficiency, reliability and availability   PacificLight Power   Singapore-based power generation and electricity retailer, PacificLight, utilizes variable speed drive technology from Siemens to achieve significant energy savings and improve overall plant efficiency.   PacificLight Power (PLP) is a Singapore-based power generator whose power plant ...

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Today’s Design for Tomorrow’s Products: A2WIND’s Fresh Approach

  In the past, wind turbine development has experienced fast progress, with the main focus on increasing the efficiency of the rotor performance and maximization of annual energy production. This was the fundamental task of engineering offices during the design phase of a turbine. Today, there is high competition on a worldwide market, especially in China and Asia. Now, the focus has shifted to the cos ...

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Air Filtration for the Gas Turbine with Vokes Air

  The growth in gas turbines is seeing a phenomenal growth throughout Asia where gas availability permits. From industrial and aeroderivative applications through to large combined cycle baseload and peaking plants, the fuel is taking an increasing share of the regions energy mix, and rightly so. The superior efficiencies, reduced emissions and operational flexibility are desirable factors for end user ...

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The Dominance of the Chinese Original Equipment Manufacturers; for worse or for better?

This exciting roundtable featured in the May-June China focus of Power Insider Asia, came at a very important period for the Chinese export market in the power industry. South East Asian regions such as Vietnam and Indonesia have seen an influx of Chinese equipment and engineering services as developers look for cost effective solutions to meet growing demand. India is another market that is feeling the ben ...

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The Tori Power Plant from Essar

  Essar Energy are one of an ambitious number of private power developers providing a massive boost to the Indian power capacity. They are developing a vast amount of projects across India with sites at Hazira, Paradip, Salaya, Navabharat and Tori. This article takes a look at the impressive Tori power station, home to one of India's biggest ACC systems, a technology that is forecast to see great impet ...

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The Mae Moh Power Plant with EGAT

This article was produced with EGAT, Thailand's state owned and leading power producer. It looks closely at the fascinating story of the lignite fired Mae Moh power station. To this day, the plant is still one of South East Asia's largest thermal facilities and one of the first to adopt heavy investment in all manner of advanced air pollution control and monitoring to meet strict regulation and opposition i ...

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Harry Seah talks about the Singapore Public Utilities Board’s Four National Taps Strategy

The Public Utilities Board of Singapore are responsible for all aspects of the countries of the water network. They have made huge efforts and advances to bring in a multi-pronged and integrated approach by managing the water cycle in a holistic manner, and ploughing investments into R&D and technology. Their Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Harry Seah talks exclusively with Power Insider Asia to explain s ...

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