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Gamesa Helps Indo Rama Synthetics Enter Renewables Market

Indo Rama Synthetics have developed a subsidiary company to extend the company’s activities into the renewable energy market. Rama Renewables have now officially entered the market through a contract with Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Ltd, a global technology leader in wind energy. Gamesa will supply 30 MW of wind energy generators to Indo RamaRenewables.The order involves the supply of 15 wind mills, G97-2. ...

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WSB Contract Signed and Sealed with Suzlon Subsidiary

Indian wind power giant Suzlon Group made a profitable showing at the HUSUM Wind Energy trade fair. Through it’s subsidiary, REpower Systems SE, Suzlon sealed a deal with Polish company WSB Neue Energien GmbH for the delivery and construction of 22 REpower MM92 wind turbines. The turbines, each with a rated power of 2.05 megawatts (MW), are intended for the Taczalin project near Legnica in the Polish provin ...

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Trishe Wind Energy of India Acquire American National Wind

National Wind LLC has been acquired by Trishe Wind Energy Inc., on Sept. 26th 2012. Trishe Energy Group is based in India, but has an international reputation for the development of wind power, with more than 4,000 MW of wind capacity completed or under development in the U.S. and India. National Wind will continue to develop community wind projects in the U.S. A development agreement between National Wind ...

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Andhra Pradesh Announces Attractive First Solar Policy

India’s Andhra Pradesh state introduced its first solar-energy policy, offering tax benefits to projects and exemptions from power-transmission fees as the local government seeks investment to curb electricity shortages. Plants built by June 2014 will be able to claim the incentives for seven years, according to an order issued yesterday by the state energy department. “If executed appropriately, this polic ...

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Thailand “Sunny Bangchak” Lets in the Sunshine

Suntech Power Holdings, the world’s largest producer of solar panels, announced that South East Asia’s largest silicon photovoltaic power plant, a 44MW project called ‘Sunny Bangchak’, achieved grid connection on September 4. The project, located in Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya, forty kilometers outside Bangkok, Thailand, is owned by Bangchak Public Petroleum (BCP), utilizes Suntech’s high performance solar panels ...

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JinkoSolar and JA Solar Set to Supply Chinese Power Producers

JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., a leading global solar power product manufacturer, today announced that it has won a bid from China Power International New Energy Holding Ltd. to supply 40 MW of photovoltaic (PV) modules for two PV power plant projects in Baiyin and Wuwei cities in Gansu Province, China. JinkoSolar will deliver 163,200 high-efficiency solar panels to the two projects. The locations were speci ...

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Increasing energy efficiency in Asia’s fleet of heat recovery steam generators

According to the latest international energy outlook, global power consumption is expected to increase by 53% from 2008 to 2035.With the growing affluence of Asian economies, particularly China andIndia;increased appetite in consumption of goods and services has resulted in soaring demand for energy in this part of the world. The need for highly efficient fossil power generation remains, as alternative ener ...

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New MoU Will See Biomass Boom for India

India is set to see some new biomass power projects up and running thanks to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the Haryana state government.The MoU has been signed with four independent power producers to set up five biomass projects each producing up to 51MW of power via an investment of Rs230 crore (€33.3 million). Haryana has been heralded as a leading state in furthering energy conservation ...

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Full steam ahead for PLN

State utility company Perusahaan Listrik Negara does plan on signing any new coal procurement contracts until 2014, as expected supply has surpassed consumption for the next two years, a senior official at the firm said on Tuesday. Helmi Najamuddin, head of the coal division at the firm, said that PLN has secured 69.2 million tons of coal, while annual consumption stands at around 31.9 million tons, excludi ...

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EGCO looks for opportunity in the Philippines

THAI power firm Electricity Generating Public Co. Ltd. (EGCO) is keen on expanding its presence in the Philippines through acquisitions and construction of new plants as it notes the economy’s rising demand for energy. EGCO is the international investment arm of Thai state-run firm Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand. The Thai firm is on the lookout for opportunities to build plants with capacities ...

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