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Energy World International eyes hydro opportunity in the Philippines

Energy World International Ltd. of Australia is expanding its portfolio of projects in the Philippines to include a hydropower plant with a capacity of up to 140 megawatts and a 200-MW wind farm, a company official said over the weekend. Eduardo Rodriguez, Energy World country manager and former Quezon governor, told reporters aside from a liquefied natural gas terminal now under construction, the company w ...

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Hydro Repair work moving steadily

Cortlandt Town officials say progress is being made in repairs to the Furnace Dock Lake Dam. Town officials will likely vote at the Dec. 11 Town Board meeting to allow the town Engineering Office to seek bids for the project. Town engineers then have about a month of prep work, during which they expect a permit to begin work from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Cortlandt officia ...

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Harmony with Nuclear and Desalination in India

“The Nuclear Desalination Demonstration Plant (NDDP) located at Kalpakkam [off Chennai], Tamil Nadu, is the world’s largest hybrid seawater desalination plant coupled to an existing nuclear power plant,” says Dr. P.K Tewari, Head, Desalination Division, BARC, Mumbai. This desalination facility is coupled to the Madras Atomic Power Station (MAPS), and deploys both multi-stage flash (MSF) evaporation and reve ...

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Australian Desalination plant operating at full capacity

Suez Environnement, Europe’s second- biggest water company by market value, said the desalination plant in Australia that was commissioned last month has reached full drinking water production capacity. The plant that’s pumping water in Melbourne’s Cardinia reservoir has brought its second and third water production lines on stream, raising the flow produced to as much as 450,000 cubic meters a day, the fac ...

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Suez aiming to navigate China

Suez Environnement, one of the world's largest water and waste service company by revenue, plans to enter China's desalination market by tendering projects in two coastal cities in the next two to three years, said the company's chief executive officer. "We are preparing to tender desalination projects in Tianjin municipality and Qingdao in East China's Shandong province," Jean-Louis Chaussade, CEO of the P ...

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Moventas sees potential in India growth

Moventas, one of the world’s leading gear manufacturers, has opened a subsidiary in India. Developing a quality service network in the country is Moventas’ top priority. Local assembly operations could also be in the pipeline. Moventas India will initially develop its service network to cater to their existing gearbox fleet in the wind and other industrial segments. Moventas is also considering setting up a ...

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SOFTBANK Group announce exciting plans for Mongolia and Asia supergrid

SB Energy Corp, a SOFTBANK Group company engaged in renewable energy business, has announced it has established a company, Clean Energy Asia LLC, for  renewable energy development jointly with Newcom LLC, a Mongolian investment company. Clean Energy Asia LLC will conduct feasibility study on the construction of renewable energy power plants based on surveys of wind conditions and amount of sunlight at a 224 ...

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Multi-megawatt turbine market to grow in India

ReGen Powertech and Kenersys India, on Thursday, unveiled new products for the emerging multi-megawatt turbine market. Announcing the launch of Vensys 87 (V-87), a 1.5 MW turbine, Managing Director of ReGen Powertech Pvt. Ltd., Madhusudan Khemka, said it was the third turbine from the company in the last four years. These had been developed in collaboration with Vensys Energy AG of Germany. V-87 would deliv ...

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ReGen to up the stakes for India blade production

ReGen Powertech Pvt., India’s third- largest supplier of wind turbines, plans to invest 1.85 billion rupees ($34 million) to expand into production of turbine blades at a plant in Rajasthan state. The plant in Udaipur currently makes towers, generators and nacelles for wind turbines, Managing Director Madhusudan Khemka said late yesterday in Chennai. ...

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Siemens to source towers from Australia

The Australia and New Zealand unit of Siemens AG said last Thursday it was working to source 20 of the 90 wind towers for the 270-MW Snowtown II wind project from a local supplier within the time-frame of mid-2013. Construction of the 270-MW expansion to the Snowtown wind farm in South Australia started in late October. Siemens, a turn-key supplier for the project of New Zealand utility TrustPower Ltd, has ...

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