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China’s ReneSola Signs 44 MW Solar Module Agreement with Enerparc

ReneSola Ltd, a leading global manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and wafers, announced it has agreed to provide Enerparc AG, an internationally oriented and dynamically growing provider of solar power plant installation and operation services, with 43.6 MW of solar modules, 35 MW of which will be delivered through original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Poland and India. "Enerparc places gr ...

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Nemmeli’s Water Supply Augmented by One More Desalination Plant

Taking into account Chennai’s increasing requirement for drinking water, chief minister J. Jayalalithaa announced setting up of another desalination plant at Nemmeli at a cost of Rs 1,000 crore to augment the city’s water supply by additional 150 million litres. The plant will come up on about 10.50 acres lying vacant adjacent to the existing desalination plant in Nemmeli on East Coast Road. Making a suo mo ...

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Toshiba and SunEdison to Build Solar Plants in Japan

Toshiba Corp and SunEdison have agreed to build solar power plants in Japan. SunEdison will sell the power generated at these plants. Toshiba expects 270 billion yen ($2.75 billion) in orders for construction of power-plant-related facilities by the fiscal year end, and the Japanese company is in talks to build four or five mega-solar plants. Renewable energy sources have found more favor in Japan after the ...

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BHEL Ranipet Looking to Enter the Water Business

Last week, state-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd signed a technology partnership with Japanese company Mitsubishi Heavy Engineering Industries, and expects business opportunities of 1500 crore annually from the pact. The company, through its partnership with Mitsubishi, provides FGD services to power plants, which helps power plants reduce sulphur emissions by about 25%, from 1500 milli gram per cubic me ...

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FGD in Asia shows no sign of slowing, is it time for India to realize potential?

The global revenues on new installations on the FGD market is expected to rise and fall over a range of $3-4 billion per year, but one market that is forecasting a consistent and strong growth throughout, is Asia The reason for the substantial fluctuation on a global scale is the size of individual orders. The year 2014 will be a bigger year in the Americas segment due to the new Utility MATS rule. This req ...

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Alstom success continues with major equipment award in Saudi Arabia

Alstom has been awarded a contract to supply equipment for the Yanbu 3 power and desalination plant located on the Red Sea coast in the western part of Saudi Arabia. This will be one of the country’s first supercritical power plants to run on heavy fuel oil. This investment is part of Saudi Arabia’s objective to expand its power generation base while minimising impact on the environment. The contract is wor ...

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China State Grid Corporation investing into New Zealand electricity business

China State Grid Corp. and AMP Ltd. (AMP) are among companies considering buying Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP s stake in a New Zealand utility, said three people with knowledge of the matter. Indicative offers for the 42 percent stake in Powerco Ltd., the country’s second-biggest electricity and gas distributor by customers, are due this month, two people said, asking not to be identified as the in ...

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China Development Bank to bankroll 614MW Indonesian coal project

China Development Bank, a Chinese state-owned lender,  inked a deal to bankroll Indonesian power producer Sumber Segara Primadaya’s plan to build a coal-fired plant in Central Java. The funding for the plant, to be built in Cilacap with a total capacity of 614 megawatts, is the latest sign of interest in Indonesia’s economy from China. Muhammad Rasul, the president director of Sumber Segara, said that the p ...

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Work begins on State Grid Corp of China’s third ultra high voltage power line

Work has started on China's third ultra-high voltage (UHV) power line project, according to an announcement by the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC). The new line will connect Zhejiang Province and Fujian Province, and in the future will form a major part of what will become the Eastern China UHV electric transmission line. UHV power lines are designed to deliver large quantities of power over long dis ...

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Honda look to intelligent use of fuel cell vehicles

Honda Motor Co. this week began testing a system to supply electricity to single-family homes from fuel-cell vehicles. Honda will continue testing the system, designed to examine how much power such a system could provide, by supplying electricity to a single-family house once a week between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. in Kitakyushu. The experiment is expected to last two years until the end of fiscal 2014. The maxi ...

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