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CLP India Awards Rs 900-cr Order to Gamesa

Gamesa India has won an order for the supply of 65 wind turbine generators of 2 MW capacity each, from CLP India. Neither Gamesa nor CLP India has disclosed the value of the order, but since Gamesa sells its 2 MW machines at around Rs 13 crore, the value of the order is about Rs 900 crore. CLP India is a leading wind Independent Power Producer and a subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings. The IPP ha ...

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Bangladesh, India and Bhutan to Build Hydropower Plants

Bangladesh, India and Bhutan will jointly construct cost-effective hydropower projects in Bhutan for mutual benefits, a top official said. Three neighbouring countries in South Asia have, for the first time, agreed to move jointly to utilize the hydropower potential of hilly country of Bhutan, he said last Tuesday. A joint working group (JWG) of the three countries held talks in Dhaka last month and express ...

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Assessing the Future Potential of Hydropower in Sarawak

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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Commission Questions High Energy Profits in Australia

The door has been opened to full deregulation of electricity prices in NSW after a report found there was a high degree of competition, with more than 60 per cent of households on unregulated contracts. Even so, Victoria's Essential Services Commission has warned it is concerned about signs of a lack of competition in the state, which is supposedly one of the most competitive energy markets in the world. Th ...

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Mitsubishi Smart Meters Will Include Echelon Smart Grid Protocol

Mitsubishi Electric Corp. will integrate Echelon Corp.'s Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) into its line of smart meter products, which are designed for international markets.
Mitsubishi is a Tokyo-based conglomerate that produces home appliances and is active in a number of other industries.
Mitsubishi Electric's new smart meters will incorporate grid-sensing and communication technologies based on Echelon's ...

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Italian-Thai’s Hydropower Project in Myanmar Halted

Myanmar government has allegedly stopped a hydropower dam project with Italian-Thai Company in Taninthayi region of lower Myanmar due to concern of possible environmental and social impacts. Italian-Thai’s dam project located near Myeik township will generate about 800 mega watt (MW) electricity upon completion, but it will pose flood risks to the thousands of acres of farms and lands in the area. The envir ...

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APGenco Maps out 100 Sites for Mini-Hydro

In yet another effort to provide relief to the State from the increasing power crisis, government has initiated steps to generate power by setting up mini hydel projects. The implementing agency APGENCO identified 100 potential sites to set-up the projects in the State. The GENCO officials said that the sites have been identified in 17 districts, with 20 of them in Nalgonda, 19 in Karimnagar, 30 in Adilabad ...

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Reliance Solar Thermal Plant to start in June After Delays

A Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) solar-thermal plant should start up next month after missing a May deadline because Indian authorities failed to lay a water pipeline to the site in time, Chief Executive Officer Jayaram P. Chalasani said. The 100-megawatt project “is ready to go” as soon as the water arrives, Chalasani told reporters today in Mumbai. The Rajasthan state government is completing the pipeline and ...

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Hong Kong Justifies $12/m3 Desalination Cost in Tseung Kwan O

The Hong Kong government has said that its planned 90 million m3/year desalination plant will cost more per unit of water than other plants in the region due to inflation and distribution and customer service costs. The government plans to build a desalination plant in Tseung Kwan O which is expected to have a unit cost of $12/cubic metre – substantially higher than other planned facilities in the region. I ...

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Desalination Plant Possible in 2020

Secretary for Development Paul Chan says a planning and investigation study for a desalination plant in Tseung Kwan O will be completed by the end of next year. Speaking to lawmakers today, Mr Chan said the plant will open in 2020 at the earliest. The study scope covers detailed feasibility studies, preliminary design and cost-effectiveness analysis. The proposed plant will have an output capacity of 50 mil ...

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