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AMSC copyright infringement case continues with Sinovel

AMSC, a global solutions provider serving wind and grid leaders, today announced that it has received a notice that China’s Supreme People’s Court will review the jurisdiction opposition brought by Sinovel Wind Group Co., Ltd (Sinovel) in the copyright infringement case that AMSC filed in Hainan, a southern Chinese province, against Sinovel and Dalian Guotong Electric Co., Ltd. (Guotong). The Supreme Court ...

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Wind potential in Japan not being realized

Japan is likely to end up having installed 92MW-worth of new wind-power capacity in the financial year ending 31 March, the Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA) said this week. That represents an 8.2% increase on the 85MW of wind added in the preceding 12 months.  It has a total of about 2.5GW installed. Japan introduced a new feed-in tariff for wind projects on 1 July 2012 of 23.1 yen ($0.26) per kWh for 20 ...

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1 Trillion Dong Submarine Cable system proposed for Ly Son

A 43 km- submarine power cable is planned to be installed in the coming up time connecting the mainland of Quang Ngai province with the Island district of Ly Son. ?Method of power transmission from mainland to the Island by a submarine power cable system has been agreed by the Vietnamese Government. Capitalized at amount of 1 trillion dong (50 million USD), the submarine power cable is projected to complete ...

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Australian Energy Market Commission announce slight reform

The Australian Energy Market Commission recently published Version 54 of the National Electricity Rules to incorporate the: Schedules 1-4 and Schedule 6 of the National Electricity Amendment (Distribution Network Planning and Expansion Framework) Rule 2012 No.5 National Electricity Amendment (Distribution Losses in Expenditure Forecasts) Rule 2012 No. 7 National Electricity Amendment (Small Generation Aggre ...

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Power Grid Corp of India Plans $500 Million, 10-Year Bond – Term Sheet

Power Grid Corp. of India Ltd. plans to raise $500 million by selling 10-year unsecured bonds, according to a term sheet seen by Dow Jones Newswires. The fixed-rate Reg S notes have an initial price guidance of 245 basis points over comparable U.S. Treasurys, the term sheet shows. Reg S bonds don't need to be registered with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. The bonds are to be listed in Singap ...

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Top Cable works on the Malaga Metro

With an anticipated 17 million users in the first year, the Malaga Metro network will be the seventh to be opened in Spain, after the metros in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao, Palma de Mallorca and Seville. The Malaga Metro is a transportation network for the city of Malaga based on various connected metro lines serviced with tram units. This network, currently under construction, will join various poi ...

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SPCG see potential for solar in Myanmar

SPCG Public Company Limited has announced that it intends to set up off-grid solar power projects for rural populations in Myanmar. The company has significant experience in the solar power sector in the Southeast Asia region. The company is expected to have 240 MW of operational solar power capacity in the region by the end of 2013. It is now planning to enter the new market of Myanmar which could open up ...

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Chinese solar will continue to grow

It was recently reported that Chinese solar stocks had soared based on market expectation,s that demand in China for alternative energy will continue to grow given the Chinese government's increasing solar capacity targets. Last week, China's National Energy Administration announced its intention to add 10 gigawatts of solar power capacity in 2013, more than twice its current level. China has already begun ...

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Mahindra Group planning to execute 300MW of solar power projects

Mahindra Group company Mahindra EPC is planning to commission over 300 MW of solar power projects over the next two years. "The company is planning to execute over 300 MWp (megawatt photovoltaic) of solar power projects over the next two years," a statement said. "As part of Mahindra Group’s rise philosophy and our commitment to meeting India’s growing energy security needs, we have forayed into the renewab ...

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Questions circulate Welspun Energy and Accad Power

The BEST committee approved Wednesday signing of two agreements, worth up to Rs 963 crore, with private companies to procure solar energy for 25 years. Congress and MNS members on the committee, however, questioned the haste with which chairman Ashok Patil cleared the contracts, and walked out. They wanted the plan deferred to gather more information about the companies. They also wanted a copy of the power ...

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