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Intelligent Energy to test fuel cells for mobile phones

Intelligent Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced a new partnership with Etisalat Nigeria, a part of the Etisalat telecommunications corporation. Through this partnership, the companies will work together to test new hydrogen fuel cell systems developed by Intelligent Energy for use by Etisalat consumers. The growth of mobile technology has lead to a growing demand for more innov ...

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Nepal Hydroelectric Plant back in Partial Operation

Nepal's Kulekhani hydroelectric plant is back in partial operation following a fire in April. The fire damaged several transformers in the Kulekahni 2 (or "Kalakhani") powerhouse, forcing the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) to import power from India while repairs were being completed. NEA officials say the 32-MW Kulekhani 2 is now producing about a third of its overall capacity, but should be back in ful ...

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Saudi plans to build $247 million USD worth of Water and Sanitation Infrastructure

The Saudi Ministry of Housing last week announced plans to build $247 million USD worth of water and sanitation infrastructure in the Jazan, Najran and Baha regions. The projects include drinking water and sewage pipelines, wastewater pipeline networks, and a wastewater treatment plant. “These infrastructure projects are meant to put an end to housing problems in different parts of the kingdom,” said Housin ...

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More hydro projects to follow in Sarawak as the state looks to tame its potential

Hydropower is slated to be the solution to the growing energy needs of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) and its related projects, which has seen more demand for energy with increasing investments. SCORE has to date seen RM24 billion worth of investments, whereby RM12.318 billion were foreign investments and RM6.635 billion were in joint ventures between local and foreign investors, according ...

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Solomon Islands installation of 2,000 solar home systems

With kerosene, diesel and coconut shells as sources of lighting for their homes, the residents of Kiu village on the island of Malaita in Solomon Islands were truly emotional when celebrating the completed installation of 180 solar home systems. The Kiu community are the first recipients of the US$3.99 million, which involves the installation of 2,000 solar home systems that will provide significant benefit ...

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Are you facing problems with soot,ash and scale build up in your boiler?

Explosion Power Hong Kong promotes two main products: Manual off- and on-load boiler cleaning services; and the supply, installation, and maintenance of the Explosion Generator, manufactured in Switzerland by our parent company Explosion Power GmbH, and worldwide distributed by the Clyde Bergemann Power Group. In China we operate through our wholly owned subsidiary B&C Environmental Technology (Shenzhen ...

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Inox Wind to double capacity depsite unpredictable policy situation for Indian wind business

Inox Wind Ltd., India’s fourth-largest wind turbine supplier, may spend 1.5 billion rupees ($27 million) to expand capacity at two plants in Gujarat state as it targets greater market share. The company, whose customers include Oil India Ltd. (OINL) and Welspun Energy Ltd., may boost capacity to 800 megawatts from its rotor blade and tower factories in the western India state, from 500 megawatts this year, ...

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The Sea Angel rises to lead the way on the next generation of wind turbines

Wind turbine component manufacturer Euros has completed the first blade for Mitsubishi’s next generation 7MW Sea Angel offshore generator. The 81.6-metre blade, which weighs 32.5 tons, is heading for Fraunhofer IWES in Bremerhaven, where static and dynamic tests will be performed. The trials will ensure the structural design and manufacturing process comply with the calculations and verifications required f ...

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TATA Power consider adding two more 800MW units to the UMPP Mundra project

Tata Power has plans to expand generation capacity of 4,000-MW Mundra plant, the country's first operational ultra mega power project, to 5,600 MW, a company official said. "Tata Power is exploring setting up additional two units of 800 MW each expanding the overall capacity of the Mundra power plant project from 4,000 MW to 5,600 MW," the Executive Director and CEO of Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd (CGPL), the ...

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