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Rosa plant performing well for Reliance

Reliance Power Ltd said third quarter profit, including that of its units, rose 30% as the company boosted power production at its Rosa plant in Uttar Pradesh. Net profit rose to Rs 266 crore in the three months ended 31 December from Rs 204 crore in the year earlier, the company said. Total income more than doubled to Rs 1,586 crore from Rs 674 crore. Power production at its 1,200 megawatts (MW) Rosa plant ...

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Jindal Steel and Power Ltd receive major order for India transmission towers

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd ( JSPL) secured order from Power Grid Corporation of India. The order is to supply of 80,000 tonnes of steel, which will be used in setting up two transmission towers in Southern India. The bagged order is worth Rs500 crore.  A company spokesperson said that the order will be executed from February onwards and added that JSPL emerged as the lowest bidder for the order Adding furth ...

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Sansha desalination project to be accelerated

Sansha authorities vowed to accelerate the construction of infrastructure and a series of projects that were expected to be finished this year, one being a significant desalination project. "Within the year, we will finish the operation of the first phase of the new port of Yongxing Island, a seawater desalination plant, a sewage treatment plant and a garbage collection and transfer system," Xiao Jie, mayor ...

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Chennai Metro water planning third desalination project

In a few years, the expanded city can hope for improved water supply, thanks to yet another desalination plant. Chennai Metrowater has initiated process to set up the third desalination plant in the city. The water agency recently appointed a consultancy firm to prepare a detailed project report for the proposed plant at Pattipulam along the East Coast Road. The plant will have the capacity to treat 200 mil ...

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Masdar reveal exciting plans for solar desalination projects in UAE

Places throughout the world are facing a looming water crisis, including the hot, dry Middle East. Seawater desalination is considered one of the best ways to meet the needs of the region’s growing population, but the process can be energy intensive. Some new technologies have aimed at making it more efficient, but Masdar, the clean tech organization that has been planning and building the green city of the ...

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Overcoming water shortage in Western Australia

It is known for having the fastest growing population of any state in the country, and its capital is already being heralded as the major Australian urban centre of the future but Western Australia faces on enormous infrastructure problem. The state and in particular its capital Perth has been experiencing hot weather and ever-diminishing rainfall, drying up the state's system of dams and prompting water re ...

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Australia’s Southern Seawater desalination plant goes into operation

The $450 million expansion of the southern seawater desalination plant was opened last week with the first intake of seawater. Premier Colin Barnett and Water Minister Bill Marmion were on site in Binningup to activate the flow of seawater into the facility for treatment and delivery as drinking water. Mr Barnett dubbed the occasion as another step towards “drought-proofing Perth.” “When the expanded plant ...

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Hyflux start talking money for Singapore desalination project

Singapore desalination provider Hyflux Ltd announced on 11 January 2013 that it was starting financing discussions for the SGD 1.05 billion (US$ 855 million) Tuaspring Desalination Plant in Singapore. It will be supplying desalinated water to PUB, Singapore's national water agency, over a 25-year period under the terms of the water purchase agreement that was signed with PUB in April 2011. Hyflux says that ...

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Myanmar power sector gearing up for coal project with the Mudajaya Group

Power plant and highway construction specialist Mudajaya Group Bhd will start developing phase one of its US$750 million (RM2.3 billion) coal-fired power plant project in Myanmar in the second half of next year. It is understood that the special purpose vehicle (SPV) set up by Mudajaya and IJM Corp Bhd co-founder Datuk Koon Yew Yin will build the plant over several phases. Phase one will supply up to 500 me ...

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Siemens Wins NNSA Awards Federal Wind Farm Contract

The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has awarded a contract to Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., to construct and operate the federal government’s largest wind farm. The Pantex wind farm, a first in the NNSA enterprise, will consist of five 2.3 MW turbines located on 1,500 acres of government-owned property east of the Pantex Plant. Energy savings from the wind farm average $2.9 million ...

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