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Korea Smart Grid Progress may be Stalled as Industry and Government Point Fingers

Korea, a few years back, identified smart grid as a dual opportunity. First, it could provide benefits to citizens. Second, it could become the next big export opportunity. Now it appears that progress may be stalled as industry and government point fingers. Will Korea revive its smart grid push under new President Park Geun-hye? Or will the new government repeat the errors that created what some are callin ...

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New Technology to Prevent Sewage Outflow for Chennai Metro Water

Chennai Metro Water is now adopting a new technology to prevent sewage outflow onto the street. Metro Water officials said that Municipal Administration and Water Supply Minister K. P. Munusamy had asked them to implement a `3.60-crore project so that sewage outflow is minimised in the city. Accordingly, Metro Water would install ultrasonic level detectors in sewage collection wells to automatically pump se ...

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Top Scientist Slams “Inferior Equipment” Used at Nuclear Plant

The Centre, speeding up the process to commission the first unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, received a jolt from one of the country's noted nuclear scientist and former chairman of Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) A Gopalakrishnan, who raised doubts about the quality of equipment in the plant. "Sub-standard materials have come to the Kudankulam plant and they are causing problems," he alleg ...

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NHPC To Complete Uri 2 Hydropower

The National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) is hoping to commission its 240-MW Uri 2 hydropower plant by the end of the month, the Indian utility said. The run-of-river complex was originally scheduled to be operation by September 2009, but development of the Uri 2 project has been delayed by a number of factors. Most recently, heavy rains in flash floods in Fall 2011 flooded the project's tailrace ...

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JinkoSolar Announce Big Projects and Substantial Loans

China’s JinkoSolar Holding co., Ltd. is entering a module supply agreement for 115 MW of solar panels for two projects in South Africa. Both projects are part of the Phase 2 of the South African government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program which aims to increase the amount of renewable energy in the country’s energy mix. The first project will consist of a total of 75 MW whil ...

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SunEdison, Thermax and Azure Power Combine for Indian Rooftop PV Project

India's state-owned Solar Energy Corp has selected California's SunEdison, India-based Thermax and Azure Power India to construct 5.5MW of rooftop PV systems in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Gurgaon in India. According to reports the project constitutes part of a 10MW rooftop PV project. The companies were selected as part of a competitive tender for this bigger initiative. The systems will be installed ren ...

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Geodynamics Commissions Australia’s First Geothermal Plant

It’s been a long time coming, but finally Geodynamics has commissioned Australia’s first trial geothermal power plant. It’s great news for the fledgling company, which still admittedly has a long way to go before it proves Australia’s geothermal resources can play a significant role in our power sector. The 1MWe Habanero Pilot Plant trial will run until August, with the company saying it is fully funded unt ...

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Transformers and Rectifiers dispatches 500 MVA transformer to Power Grid

Transformers and Rectifiers (India) Ltd has successfully tested and dispatched its first 765 kv class, 500 MVA transformer to Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. (PGCIL) in respect of MOU entered into by the Company with "Zaporozhtransformetor" (ZTR), Ukraine, leading global manufacture of 765 kv class transformers for the purpose of manufacturing and supplying transformers to PGCIL.   ...

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Kyushu Power To Launch Indonesian Geothermal Project

Kyushu Electric Power Co. said Thursday it will launch a geothermal power generation project in Indonesia with trading house Itochu Corp. This marks the first overseas geothermal power generation project by a Japanese electric power company. Kyushu Electric said a power plant will begin operating as early as late 2016 and all of the electricity generated there will be sold to an Indonesian state-run utility ...

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Adani Power Will Commission Third Unit In April

Adani Power Maharashtra Ltd, which has synchronized its two units at Tiroda in Gondia district, is all set to commission its third unit later this month. The thermal power plant in Gondia, the biggest in central India and the first super-critical technology-based unit, ran into problem when the coal block allotted to the them in Lohara near Tadoba forest (Chandrapur) was cancelled since it was located in de ...

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