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Hytex and Gezhouba to Build 50 MW Wind Farm

Hytex Integrated Bhd is making its maiden foray into the energy-generation sector after signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with China's Gezhouba Group Electric Power Co Ltd to collaborate in the development of a 500 million yuan maglev wind farm in Guizhou Province, China. In a statement, Hytex said Gezhouba had been appointed as turnkey contractor to develop the wind farm on a build-and-transfer b ...

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Tested in Asia, GE Endorse New RO Membrane

A new low-fouling reverse-osmosis (RO) desalination membrane for brackish water from industrial processes that is difficult to treat has been introduced by GE. The AG LF series resists degradation from water containing bacteria, colloids and other materials that foul and shorten membrane element life. GE successfully pilot-tested the new membranes in Asia, where customer experience showed that they required ...

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China Merchants Venture to Invest 3 billion Yuan in Solar Farms

China Merchants New Energy Group, a Hong Kong-based renewable-energy project developer, will form a joint venture with Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps Investment Co. to invest 3 billion yuan to develop solar farms. The venture will build about 300 MW of solar power plants in China’s western region of Xinjiang by 2015, China Merchants said in a statement posted on its website yesterday. The plan c ...

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Symbior Secures First Solar Deal from Armstrong’s Clean Energy Fund

Armstrong Asset Management’s $150m South East Asia Clean Energy Fund has signed its first solar deal, agreeing to a strategic cooperation with Thai energy developer Symbior Solar Siam, a subsidiary of Hong-Kong based energy company Symbior Energy. The agreement sees Armstrong acquire a 60% interest in a portfolio of six small-scale solar power plants, delivering a combined capacity of 30MW to the Thai natio ...

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South Korea to implement the highest carbon tax in the world with a 70% emission cap

In little over 18 months, South Korea will launch a scheme that will cap around 70% of its greenhouse gas emissions. A paper recently published by research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance, in cooperation with Ernst & Young, concludes that the design is the most ambitious yet proposed anywhere, and could result in the Korean carbon price reaching the penalty level of $90/tCO2 – exceeding that in any ot ...

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So why is EGCO a clear favourite for the current round of IPP competitive bidding in Thailand?

Thailand’s current IPP bidding is an exciting process for equipment suppliers of gas fired power plants. It boasts some ambitious developers and continues to represent the major growth market in South East Asia for combined cycle power stations. Vendors across the globe are waiting to find out who will be successful in what will ultimately be some of the most advanced in-class plants that Thailand has seen. ...

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NTPC deny discoms allegation of supply shortfall

Power generation company NTPC has denied the allegations of power discoms in Delhi that there is a shortfall in supply on account of low generation at its plants. On Friday, NTPC officials said the snags that were reported from Badarpur Thermal Power Plant and Dadri-II have been rectified and the power production is far from being in deficit. The power producer said it has been generating adequate quantum o ...

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Xylem launch New UV Disinfection System

A closed-vessel ultraviolet (UV) disinfection solution, optimized for large-scale wastewater treatment plants, industrial and water reuse applications has been launched by Xylem. The Wedeco LBX 850e system has been fully validated according to the US Environmental Protection Agency's 'UV Disinfection Guidance Manual' and the National Water Research Institute guidelines by Carollo Engineers. While validation ...

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EGAT to build coal plants in Myanmar and Cambodia totalling 10,000MW

Energy Minister Pongsak Ruktapongpisal has given the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) the green light to proceed with a plan to build coal-powered plants in Myanmar and Cambodia - providing Thailand with 10,000 megawatts of electricity. EGAT has also been instructed to negotiate the purchase of nuclear power from China in order to bring down the cost of electricity. At present, households ...

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South Australia’s water minister, announce’s New Brackish-Water Desalination Plant

On 1 May 2013, South Australia's water minister, Ian Hunter, announced that a brackish-water desalination plant to deliver improved water quality to the town of Hawker, in the Flinders Ranges 100km north of Port Augusta, had been approved for construction. A final report to the state House of Assembly on the same day said that the reverse-osmosis plant would provide 500 m³/d with a target salinity of <60 ...

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