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NTPC receive the green light and coal linkage for three plants with a total 1,980 MW capacity

India's Cabinet Committee on Investment (CCI) has approved a proposal by NTPC Ltd to set up three power plants with a total capacity of 1,980 megawatts in eastern India, a government statement said. State-run miner Coal India Ltd will supply the project, delayed for the past 14 year, commencing during the period 2018 through 2022, the statement said. Coal India, which produces nearly 80 percent of India's c ...

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PT PLN plans to establish Hydro Power Plant Peusangan

State-owned utility PT PLN plans to establish Hydro Power Plant Peusangan (PLTA), unit 1 and 2, in Aceh this month. The two units, with capacity 2x22.1 MW and 2x21.1MW each, are expected to commence operation by 2016. PLN may generate 323 GWh of power per annum. The electricity produced will be distributed to High Voltage Electricity Tower (SUTT) 150kV North Sumatera and Aceh through Takengon and Bireun Sub ...

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Australia’s Victorian Desalination Plant, ‘A Great Deal Has Been Achieved’

GE’s Power Conversion business (USA) was instrumental in bringing Australia’s largest seawater desalination plant into operation by providing technology that ensures a rainfall independent water supply to complement catchments and storages in the area around Melbourne. The Victorian Desalination Project, 130 km southeast of Melbourne, runs on low- and medium-voltage drives and medium-voltage motors supplied ...

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Chennai Metro Water Remain Positive of Supply, Despite Veeranam Shortage

Chennai Metro Water is ensuring all sources are being utilised to provide adequate drinking water to the city, even as the Veeranam lake has failed to guarantee sufficient water to resume supply to the city. The Veeranam is receiving only 323 cusecs of water, which is not adequate to be pumped into the city now, Water Resources Department officials have said. Water is trickling into the Veeranam lake and it ...

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T&D technology suppliers have to rely on the Power Grid Corp of India for the big orders

Equipment manufacturers and contractors will count on state firms for large orders next fiscal as power sector giants plan to invest Rs 50,000 crore in various projects, although the private sector has been stymied by fuel scarcity and distribution problems. According to government sources, a  major chunk of these investments will come from internal and extra budgetary resources of public sector undertaking ...

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SPP Market to grow in Korea, as KEPCO support SMEs with global growth in mind

Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) have been decisive and said that it will step up efforts to support small and mid-sized enterprises (SME) this year. This week, the government-backed power company held a meeting with 500 executives of local SMEs and laid out a policy for their co-development and held discussions on finding future goals. Under the plan, the power company will guarantee 5 trillion won ...

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Toshiba Buys Out Smart Grid Start-up Consert

After buying Landis+Gyr close to two years ago, Toshiba is making another, albeit, much smaller acquisition in the smart grid sector. Last week Toshiba announced that it plans to acquire start-up Consert, which had been building a smart home service. Founded in 2008, Consert connects devices in the home like a water heater, heating and air conditioning units, pool pumps, and thermostats. The connected devic ...

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Fujian to Develop Onshore Wind Potential

Fujian province’s development and reform commission announced a plan for constructing onshore wind farms as a major part of its energy development strategy form 2012 to 2020. The plan calls for 196 new wind farms, with a total installed capacity of 8.16 million kilowatts per year. By 2015, Fujian expects to be saving 1.64 million tons of standard coal annually, based on a 2010 coal consumption of 327 grams/ ...

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Tata Power Registers its 50.4MW Wind Project in Gujarat

Tata Power, India's largest integrated power utility, today announced the successful registration of its 50.4MW wind power project at Samana, Gujarat, under the CDM programme of UNFCCC. The 50.4MW wind plant at Samana was commissioned in May 2009 and uses 63 wind turbine generators of 800KW capacity each to harness wind energy for power generation. The Samana plant helps in reducing the carbon dioxide equiv ...

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Korean Solar Power and Financial Industries Eye the US Solar Power Market

Along with the Japanese solar power market, the US photovoltaic market has emerged as one of the most promising markets. With financing growing in importance following the revitalization of large-scale projects, the opportunity presents itself to Korean financial institutions, as well as to Korean solar power companies. The US solar power market is now viewed as a promising market that the Korean solar powe ...

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