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New Desalination Plant and Pipeline launched by Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal In Jeddah

Construction of the plant is being overseen by the Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) and the 10-km-long pipeline is being carried out by the National Water Company. Prominent figures at the launch included Prince Mishal Bin Majed, Governor of Jeddah; Abdullah Al-Hussayen, Minister of Water and Electricity; Abdulrahman Al-Ibrahim, Governor of SWCC; and Luay Musallam, Executive President of the Natio ...

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Power Grid Corporation of India announce ambitious smart grid plans as part of the green energy corridor

The Indian government plans to roll out a Rs 43,000-crore ‘green energy corridor’ project to facilitate the flow of renewable energy into the national grid. The blueprint for the project has been submitted to the Power Ministry by Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL). For implementation, the project would be split into intra- and inter-State, said a senior Power Ministry official. The ‘green energy c ...

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The Philippines is to become the home for one of Asia’s biggest solar PV plants.

Ormoc City may well become the renewable-energy capital of the world in an exciting development for the Philippines renewable energy efforts. Aside from its vast geothermal resource, the city will soon host a solar power plant touted to be the biggest of its kind in Asia. This was learned during the courtesy call of a Korean investor to Mayor Eric C. Codilla. Young J. Soon, chief operating officer of Philip ...

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Winds of change for Taiwan as turbine operators express concerns to the President

President Ma Ying-jeou has promised to consider revising the renewable energy law after a wind power company complained about restrictions on selling electricity directly to clients. Ma made the promise during a visit to the coastal Changpin Industrial Zone in Central Taiwan where there are many wind turbines. He met with energy officials and company representatives to learn about wind power operations ther ...

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LSIS are to play a big role in the technology license and support for the South Korean KAPES HVDC JV

LSIS signed an agreement in Samseong-dong, Seoul for the technology license and support for HVDC projects and was selected as a manufacturer with the joint venture KEPCO-ALSTOM Power Electronics Systems (KAPES) set up by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and French power generation, power transmission and rail infrastructure company Alstom. KAPES was established at the end of 2012 to secure HVDC tech ...

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Sputnik Engineering Builds Solar Factory Run Entirely On Renewable Energy

You'd expect, or at least hope, that members of the solar industry walk the walk when it comes to designing environmentally friendly offices and factories of their own. And though we don't know much about Sputnik Engineering's office and production building at Biel, Switzerland, its designer, Burckhardt+Partner, claims the building's electricity is provided entirely by renewable energy. It's not remotely su ...

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Community Solar: The Next Big Thing in Australia Renewables

The momentum for a big push into community solar projects appears to be gathering pace, with several different organisations planning public launches in the next month, and suggestions that several dozen projects could be built on NSW rooftops in coming years. Among plans revealed this week are the launch of a community solar network Farming the Sun in the northern Rivers region, to be followed soon by simi ...

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Solar modules Provided by Yingli for Large Photovoltaic Project in Malaysia

China’s Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited is continuing to expand its business interests in the Asian region with the announcement that it will supply 10.269 megawatts of solar modules for projects in Malaysia. “We are delighted to make this breakthrough in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia is a very promising photovoltaic market given its rich solar radiation, serious lack of electricity and governm ...

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Thailand Wastewater Treatment Considerations

Along with the understandable focus of the government and the public on flood control and drought relief measures, it's important not to neglect another water-related issue that urgently needs addressing, that of the treatment of wastewater. In July of last year Pollution Control Department director-general Wichien Jungrungruang said that nearly half of the country's wastewater-treatment facilities had seri ...

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First Chinese Built Reactor Taishan 2 Ready

The four steam generators for Taishan 1 - measuring 25 meters long and weighing 550 tonnes each - were manufactured at Areva's plant at Chalon-St Marcel, France. However, those for subsequent Chinese EPR units are to be produced domestically. China General Nuclear Power Group (CGNPC) has announced that the first domestically-produced steam generators for Taishan 2 is now finished, while the second is nearin ...

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