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Indian Bhoruka Power to Use GE Turbines

Bangalore-headquartered Bhoruka Power is among the leading renewable energy companies in India with a total capacity of 150 MW, of which 110 MW is small hydro and the rest, wind. Yesterday, GE, which supplied wind turbines to Bhoruka’s 25.5-MW wind farm in Karnataka, announced the commissioning of the farm. The Rs 180-crore project will generate 62 million units of electricity a year. Bhoruka sells the powe ...

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Huadian Boost Chinese Wind Capacity by 198MW with New Plants

Huadian Power International Co., a Chinese electricity producer, has begun operating four wind farms with a total capacity of 198 MW. Two of the 49.5 MW farms are held by its Hebei Huadian Yuzhou Wind Power Co. unit and two by its Huadian Ningxia Ningdong Wind Power Co. Huadian said it controls installed capacity of 31.7 GW. In October, a large loan was obtained from China Development Bank, and the company ...

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Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand resumes manufacturing

Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has resumed manufacturing at the Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand Co., Ltd. (TST) facility in Pathumthani, Thailand, in order to meet healthy demand for discrete products for smart phones and tablet PCs. Production resumed earlier this month and shipments will start today. Production will continue until TST opens its new facility in Purachinburi. TST's facility in t ...

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Gamesa To Enter Solar Fray

Gamesa India, the Indian arm of the global wind turbine major, intends to take a plunge into the growing Indian solar industry. Gamesa’s Chairman and Managing Director, Ramesh Kymal, told journalists that the company would start doing solar ‘engineering, procurement and construction’ jobs, building solar power plants for others. Gamesa will soon make a formal announcement about its solar foray, Kymal said, ...

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Power-One and Phono Solar Team Up to Tackle Asia

Power-One Inc. in Camarillo, which makes solar inverters, power conversion and power management products, said it has allied with solar panel manufacturer and system developer Phono Solar to expand its Asia-Pacific market presence. Under the agreement, Power-One and Phono Solar will jointly develop, market and sell photovoltaic systems worldwide using Power-One inverters and monitoring systems, the company ...

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Conergy Win Thai Solar Plant Contract

Conergy has announced that it has secured a major contract for two solar power plants in Thailand through a tendering procedure, representing a total capacity of 21 MW. The awarding authority is Thai Solar Energy Company Limited (TSE), which is a local investor with a registered office in Bangkok. Conergy will be the main contractor for the two projects, responsible both for planning, engineering and design ...

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China Operates 1st Ever Tower Solar Thermal Power Station

The first tower-type solar thermal power station in Asia has been built in northwest Beijing, chief of the program said on Monday. Wang Zhifeng, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said the station is operating in stable condition, using a steam turbine generator to generate electricity. "The solar-thermal power station will transform solar energy into heat energy to generate electricity," said ...

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Super-Grid for Asia could this be a reality one day?

The concept of a "super-grid" capable of moving huge amounts of electricity over long distances is popular with environmentalists and governments keen to promote the integration of more renewables into the power supply, overcome transmission bottlenecks and bring power to remote communities. "An electricity super-grid could take green electricity produced in one country to another through thousands of kilom ...

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Pakistan Based Biogas Company Secure Support of the IFC

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is advising a Pakistan-based biogas company on the development of a waste-to-energy plant in the Karachi area, turning a serious environmental problem in to a renewable energy resource. The plant, to be built by Karachi Organic Energy, will convert cow manure into electricity while producing organic fertilizer as a byproduct. IFC will provide KOEL—a joint venture betwe ...

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Government Institute to Investigate Biomass and Waste Availability

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) will coordinate a joint effort of the Government of India’s Department of Biotechnology and the European Commission to document biomass production and bio-waste availability in the country. Christened the ‘Sahyog project’, the Indo-European initiative seeks to establish a road map through a joint initiative on what the European Union and its member States could do t ...

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