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Mytrah Energy to Install 310 MW in Wind Power

Mytrah Energy Limited (MEIL) gears to become the largest wind based independent power producer in India by installing a capacity of 310 MW of power from wind assets. In Andhra Pradesh, the company has a total capacity of 63 MW of wind assets in Vajrakarur in Anantapur district. Over Rs 400 crore has been invested for the project in Vajrakarur. A capacity of 37.4 MW in Burgula in Kurnool district is under co ...

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Go-Ahead for big Hydropower Project in Arunachal Pradesh

With China seemingly on a dam-constructing spree over the Brahmaputra, including one near the point where the river enters India, the government has given the go-ahead for a big Hydropower Project in Arunachal Pradesh to mark India's stake in a river that is in many ways a lifeline of the strategic northeast. Officials said China's 510 MW capacity Zangmu dam, being built on the Brahmaputra bend section, 'wi ...

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New Water Desalination Plant for Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia's Saudi Saline Water Conversion Corp. (SWCC) is planning on building a New Water Desalination Plant, according to Arabian Business. The project is not expected to be complete until 2018, but is in the state utility’s budget for this year. Once it’s built the plant is said to have a capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per day of desalinated water. Water consumption in the desert country is increasi ...

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New State Grid Corporation of China Smart-Grid Project

A New State Grid Corporation of China Smart-Grid Project, using passive optical networking (PON) technology, which could not only help it deliver electricity more efficiently across the country, but also turn it into China’s next broadband service provider. The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) has connected around 86,000 premises to its smart grid so far, with a target of 100% smart-meter penetration ...

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RATCH to begin construction of Hydroelectric project in Laos

SET-listed Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (RATCH) aims to start construction of the Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy hydroelectric project in Laos this quarter, and construction set to take 5 years thereafter. Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy Power Co (PNPC) signed a 27-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) in Vientiane on Wednesday. Located in Champasak province, ...

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TATA Power take steps into Nigeria for the discom business

The largest private utility Tata Power has bagged a contract to provide technical services to Benin Distribution Company of Nigeria, a top official said. This marks the company’s foray into the power distribution segment in a foreign country, Tata Power Managing Director Anil Sardana The Tatas are the second domestic discom to enter Nigeria after the R P Sanjiv Goenka Group flagship CESC, which had bagged a ...

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Ausgrid deny accusations that job cuts are looming

Electricity provider Ausgrid is denying union claims it plans to axe up to 1,000 jobs in the Hunter. Ausgrid spokesman Anthony O'Brien says only 780 jobs are being cut mainly by natural attrition and voluntary redundancy by Ausgrid, Essential Energy and Endeavour Energy across the state. The Electrical Trades Union is claiming leaked internal documents show thousands more jobs will be cut to prepare for the ...

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“Decisive victory” due for utilising the sea off of China’s port city of Tianjin

After more than a decade of toil, one of the biggest since the construction of the Great Wall is close to achieving a “decisive victory”. In coming months, canals and pipelines hundreds of kilometres long will bring water from the Yangzi River basin to the parched north. But growing demand is forcing officials to look for other sources. A promising one, they believe, is the sea. The Beijiang Power and Desal ...

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TEPCO dash for gas continues to expand

Japan's largest power utility, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), has stepped up its long-term LNG procurement drive, committing to purchase a total of 800,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) of hub-indexed LNG from Japanese sogo shosha's Mitsui and Mitsubishi. TEPCO said in a statement that it had signed a preliminary agreement with Mitsui to purchase 400,000tpa of LNG from the Cameron LNG project in Louisiana o ...

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India looking for equipment purchase from Bhutan Hydro projects in exchange for concessional finance

India is seeking to persuade Bhutan to give orders for power generating equipment to Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) for hydropower projects that the Himalayan kingdom is building with concessional finance from its bigger neighbour. India is helping Bhutan build 10,000 megawatts (MW) of hydropower by providing funds at a discounted interest rate as part of its efforts to boost its strategic influence wi ...

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