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NGCP to Upgrade Transmission Facilities at Agus

The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) wants to repair the transmission facilities that connect the Agus hydroelectric plant to the grid to help improve power supply in Mindanao. In a petition before the Energy Regulatory Commission, NGCP asked that it be allowed to upgrade the 59-year-old switchyard located in the vicinity of the Agus 6 hydropower facility. “It is high time that NGCP rehabilitat ...

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Chinese Company to Fund $1 Billion Ethiopian Hydropower Line

Ethiopia will receive funds from China for a transmission line valued at $1 billion that will bring electricity from a hydropower plant to the capital, Addis Ababa according to a government official. The 619-kilometer (385-mile) link from the 6,000-megawatt Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile River will be constructed over the next three years by China Electric Power Equipment and Technology, D ...

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Water Supply Stopped from Veeranam

With the Veeranam water supply being suspended Chennaities are more concerned lot. With summer looming large, the fear of water scarcity has made people to look for alternative arrangements. However metro water officials allayed fear of water scarcity and exuded confidence that that the capital city would be able to avoid the water scarcity as the Krishna water is all set to reach the city by May. The decre ...

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China Hydroelectric Corporation Sells Yuheng Hydroelectric Power Project

China Hydroelectric Corporation, an owner, developer and operator of small hydroelectric power projects in the People's Republic of China, today announced that it has closed its previously announced sale of the Yuheng hydroelectric power project, a 30 MW project located in Fujian province. This sale, for total consideration of approximately $44.3 million, has resulted in net proceeds of $20.8 million to the ...

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Bouygues Construction Chosen to build Thai solar plant

Two subsidiaries of Bouygues Construction have signed a US$50m contract for the design, construction and maintenance of three photovoltaic power plants in the Tak and Sukhothai provinces of north-east Thailand. Bouygues Thai and Bouygues Energies & Services are carrying out the work for solar energy producer Soleq Solar Thailand. In total, the three solar farms will be equipped with more than 100,000 ph ...

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China’s Sinopec Sells Myanmar Energy Stake to CPC Corp

China's Sinopec Group, Asia's largest oil refiner, said on Thursday it agreed to sell a stake of 30 percent in an oil and gas block in Myanmar to Taiwan's CPC Corp, one of a series of deals between state-owned energy giants and the Taiwan firm. Sinopec, the parent of Hong Kong-listed Sinopec Corp , gave no financial details of the transaction of block D, which is awaiting approval from regulators, nor did i ...

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Indonesia Push for 36 New Solar Energy Projects in 2013

Indonesia intends to put up 36 solar power plants in 2013, particularly in remote and border areas. According to Alihudin Sitompul, the director of renewable energy and energy conservation at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, the government’s plan is to increase the number of solar power facilities to 153 this year, from last year’s 117. To date, Mr. Alihudin said the central government and its ...

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21 MW of Wind Power Commissioned by Tata Power in Rajasthan

Tata Power today said it has commissioned its 21-MW wind power project in Rajasthan. Tata Power has an operating capacity of 397 MW in wind power which is spread across five states- Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Karnataka. Its South Africa JV with Exxaro called Cennergi has been shortlisted as preferred bidder for two wind projects of 234 MW, including 139 MW Amakhala and 95 MW Tsitsikamma ...

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Big hurdles for Indonesia power projects but many still planned for execution in short term

Despite numerous regulations supposed to speed up infrastructure development, Indonesia is still besieged with countless impediments to a sufficient supply of electricity. Demands consistently outpaces capacities. Blackouts continue across the country on a regular basis, with a significant one effecting virtually the whole of Jakarta at the beginning of April. State power company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negar ...

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KOMIPO to Construct Largest Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation Facilities in Japan

Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) will construct 68MW solar photovoltaic power plants and sell electric power to a local electricity company in Kansai region, Japan. This is the largest solar photovoltaic power generation plant in Japan. KOMIPO concluded on April 12 contracts with CEF, a renewable energy company in Japan, and S-Energy, a solar module company in Korea, for jointly developing 10MW solar photovolta ...

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