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Alstom T&D discuss exciting opportunity in Myanmar grid after successful delivery with PGCIL

Alstom T&D India today said it has delivered a Rs 105 crore transmission project in Myanmar for Power Grid Corp. "Alstom T&D India has concluded the successful delivery of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd's (PGCIL) 230 kV transmission project, worth around Rs 105 crore in Myanmar," the company said in a statement here. The contract covered the supply of a turnkey substation for the 230 kV transmi ...

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The sun shines on Thailand as benchmark solar thin-film project comes to fruition

Construction has been completed on one of the largest solar plants in Thailand, paving the way for a whole new wave of large scale solar projects as part of the countries ambitious charge for a renewable future. Sharp Corporation had been contracted to deliver the project by Natural Energy Development, a prominent IPP for the renewable sector in Thailand. The newly constructed 10.3 MW-dc power generation fa ...

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Why the PTLU Batang project is causing a stir for Indonesia?

The construction of Indonesia country’s largest coal-fired power plant in Batang, Central Java will continue as originally scheduled despite strong protests from locals and environmental groups. Mr Luky Eko Wuryanto deputy for infrastructure and regional planning at the office of the coordinating economic minister, said that the government would do everything it could to ensure that the construction of the ...

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India-Bangladesh transmission network to face significant delays

Delays on either side of the Indo-Bangla border in laying transmission facilities have cast a shadow on the timely launch of power trade between the two countries. India is scheduled to supply up to 500 MW of electricity, through long-term agreements, to the neighbouring country via the international border at Baharampur in Murshidabad district of West Bengal. Of the total, 250 MW will be supplied by state- ...

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Sinohydro Corp and CNEEC commence construction on 700MW hydro plant

Two Chinese firms on Tuesday officially commenced the construction of 700 megawatts (MW) Zungeru Hydroelectric Power Plant in Nigeria. The plant, located in central north Niger State, is expected to be completed in 2017 and isbeing constructed by China-based consortium of Sinohydro Corporation Ltd and Chinese National Electric Engineering Co (CNEEC). Both Chinese firms signed the Engineering procurement con ...

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Germany’s KfW commits to Pakistan hydro financing with more support to follow for WAPDA

A delegation of the KfW Development Bank, Germany, headed by Dr Claudia Loy called on Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) chairman in Lahore on Monday to discuss financing of various hydropower projects. The KfW Development Bank is providing €97 million for the construction of 122 MW-Keyal Khwar and has also made commitments for the co-finance of 35 MW-Harpo Hydropower Project along with its Frenc ...

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ZSW make breakthrough for world class lithium-ion batteries

Scientists at the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg, ZSW (Germany) have developed top-class lithium-ion batteries. In terms of the cycle stability - an important parameter for the lifetime - the high-performance cells now exceed the current international state of technology: more than 10,000 full cycles have been achieved so far, ZSW reports in a press release.   More than ...

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Tecpro Systems solar business get a huge boost with NTPC order

Tecpro Systems, a leading engineering , procurement and construction company revealed on Monday that its wholly owned subsidiary Eversun Energy received an order worth Rs 346.8 million for its solar EPC business from NTPC The order is for 5 MW solar photovoltaic (SPV) power plant of NTPC at Faridabad, Haryana. Eversun will be using the multi crystalline PV modules for this project. The scope of work under t ...

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NTPC coal stocks running dangerously low, as imports are set to double

Asia’s second-biggest power utility by value, will almost double purchases of coal from outside India this fiscal year to curb fuel shortages at its plants, said two company officials familiar with the plans. The state-run Indian company will import 17 million metric tons of thermal coal in the year started April 1, compared with 9 million tons the previous year, the people said, asking not to be identified ...

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New coal plant for Sri Lanka in cooperation with Japan

The government of Sri Lanka have announced plans to construct a new coal power plant in the southern province to cope with rising demand. Chairman of the Ceylon Electricity Board W.B. Ganegala stated that the plant will be constructed with help from Japan. Ganegala noted that the proposed coal power plant in the southern province will have a capacity of 500 megawatts. However, a decision is yet to be made o ...

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