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Shan Solar to Launch Solar Power Kits for Indian Residential Market

Shan Solar, a solar PV modules manufacturer with production facility at Sri City in Andhra Pradesh, has forayed into the rooftop systems with solar power kits for the residential segment. The company already enjoys presence in the solar farm space and is setting up a 25 MW solar project in Maharashtra and a 50 MW solar farm project at the outskirts of Hyderabad, for which the land has already been identifie ...

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Asia smart grid investments boost global market

Global smart grid investment grew 7% in 2012 to US$13.9 billion according to figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. In terms of geographic spread, the sector mirrors photovoltaics with the U.S. clinging to top spot but due to be replaced by China in 2013, in large part thanks to a willingness to invest in smart grid technology by the Chinese government. Some $4.3bn was invested in smart grid technology ...

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TATA Power want more hydro projects in South East Asia

TATA Power are actively looking at opportunities to develop hydro projects as part of efforts to boost its renewable energy portfolio which is expected to make up about one-fourth of its overall generation capacity by 2020. India’s largest private power producer is already developing hydro projects in India, Nepal and Bhutan. At present, Tata Power has a hydro power generation capacity of 447 MW in Maharash ...

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Vishnugad hydro-electric project in Uttarakhand receives the green light

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Tehri Hydro Development Corporation to go ahead with its hydroelectric project over river Alaknanda in Uttarakhand while dismissing a plea against it. A bench headed by Justice H L Dattu expressed concern that petitions are being filed in courts to delay such projects despite the fact that everybody wants electricity. The court dismissed the plea of an environmentalist ...

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Power Company of Karnataka to start bidding process on 1,320MW Gulbarga project

Power Company of Karnataka Limited (PCKL), a wholly-owned company of the government of Karnataka, will shortly issue a request for proposal (RFP) documents to 22 bidders qualified for its proposed 1,320 Mw Gulbarga coal-based super-critical thermal power project. The project is proposed under the Case-2 bidding framework as per the competitive bidding guidelines. The cost of the project is estimated at Rs 7 ...

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Bangladesh transmission system investment for upgrading lines and sub-stations

The government will invest a record amount of Tk 24.27 billion under a single scheme to upgrade the country's power transmission system. Power Division officials said they planned to invest the money to install hundreds of kilometres of new transmission lines and set up some sub-stations across the country. "We are going to receive a big amount of money from the Japanese government. We have undertaken the l ...

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LSIS knock back Hyosung in KEPCO-Alstom tender for smart grid in South Korea

Electrical component maker LSIS said Wednesday it has acquired advanced technology for an electric power transmission system at the expense of rival Hyosung, in development of smart grid in South Korea. Both firms tendered bids to a joint venture between the state-run Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and French energy company Alstom called KEPCO-Alstom Power Electronics Systems (KAPES) for the techn ...

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Pertamina & PLN sign major LNG agreement for supply to the Indonesian power market

State energy company Pertamina and state electricity company Perusahaan Listrik Negara signed a major gas sale agreement on Monday, in a plan to help boost development of local economies and help diversify supply for the Indonesian power market. Pertamina will regasify liquefied natural gas at the Arun plant in Aceh, and PLN will supply 1 million metric tons of liquefied natural gas a year, or 105 million s ...

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GE look to strengthen hold on the Indonesian power market

General Electric (GE) Indonesia, the local arm of the US-based company, is bringing renewable energy technologies to the country to gear up its business in the lucrative Indonesian power market, company executives said last week. Business in the energy sector was expected to grow exponentially as the government stepped up projects in the sector. “The energy sector will be the main player of this year and we ...

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Hitachi picks up a supercritical order for NTPC in India

Hitachi Ltd have revealed that it will build two steam turbine generators for a supercritical pressure thermal power plant to be built in India. Hitachi, which is trying to boost its presence in India, said it has received orders for the generators from India's BGR Energy Systems Ltd. and National Thermal Power Corp. for the envisioned 800-megawatt coal-fired thermal power plant. The move comes as India pla ...

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