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Solar Industry Groups Urge U.S., EU, and China to Avoid Trade War

An international group of solar industry trade associations meeting in Shanghai last week has issued a joint declaration appealing to China, the European Union and the United States to avert a trade war and negotiate a settlement to disputes over solar panels, according to one person who attended the meeting. The groups also urged the creation of a permanent inter-governmental committee, modeled on one in t ...

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Landis+Gyr to Play Key Role in Smart Grid Award for TEPCO

With Toshiba Corporation's recent announcement that Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has selected the firm's proposal for a smart metering communications system and associated meter data management system (MDMS), Landis+Gyr is poised to undertake its indispensable role for the world's largest smart grid project. While Toshiba will work as a prime contractor and system integrator of the communication sys ...

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Haryana Challenges Adani Power Tariff Hikes

Haryana is challenging in court a decision by the power regulator to allow utility Adani Power Ltd to raise tariffs, dealing a potential blow to a key sector struggling with chronic losses and erratic fuel supplies. The case filed by Haryana underscores the ability of local politics to derail a regulator decision that was hailed by power companies as a step toward ending electricity shortages that sap the c ...

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Alstom Grid and KEPCO Create Strategic Power Electronics Joint Venture

Alstom Grid and Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), one of the largest electric utilities in the world, have announced the creation of KEPCO Alstom Power Electronics Systems (KAPES). The joint venture will focus on delivering high voltage direct current (HVDC) projects in Korea. This long term strategic relationship aims at increasing Korean transmission grid capabilities based on Alstom technology. T ...

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Suzlon Loses Top Spot in India Wind Market Installations

Suzlon Energy Ltd. Has ceded its position as India’s top wind-turbine supplier in the year ended March 31 for the first time in at least a decade, according to figures from an industry group. Wind World (India) Ltd., formerly known as Enercon (India) Ltd., took the top spot after installing 454 MW of turbine capacity last fiscal year, according to data from the Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers’ Association ...

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NTPC to Merge with it’s own Hydro Subsidiary

Indian energy company NTPC is merging its hydro projects unit, NTPC Hydro (NHL), with itself as a part of its business restructuring process. NHL was formed to under the development of small- and medium-sized hydropower projects. Confirming the speculations, NTPC spokesperson was quoted as saying that the merger would result into positives including operation consolidation, reduction in overhead expenditure ...

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Pakistan Admits Defeat: Only Raised Prices Can Stop Blackouts

Two Pakistani ministers in charge of water and power explained what can be done to end power cuts of up to 20 hours a day in parts of the country enduring temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius and above - absolutely nothing, it seems, except raise prices. The power shortages have sparked violent protests and crippled key industries, costing hundreds of thousands of jobs in a country already beset by high unemp ...

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New Desalination Plant in South Australia Approved for Construction

A desalination plant to deliver improved water quality for the town of Hawker in South Australia has been approved for construction. The challenge has been to identify an appropriate desalination solution that is suitable for a remote location that can be delivered efficiently. “SA Water has held extensive discussions with the Flinders Ranges Council about options for improving water quality to the township ...

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Beijing Drainage Group Awards Pumping Station Contract

Xylem Inc., the water company whose pumps helped clean tunnels flooded by Hurricane Sandy, has been awarded a contract from Beijing Drainage Group, a state-owned wastewater utility. Xylem will install 19 pumping stations in downtown Beijing as part of the $2.9 million contract, according to a statement from the White Plains, New York-based company. The pumps will improve water storage capability and prevent ...

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Sembcorp Opens Oman Water & Power Plant

Sembcorp Industries has officially opened its US$1 billion Wilayat Mirbat Independent Water and Power Plant in Oman. The ceremony was officiated on Sunday by Oman's Minister of State and Governor of Dhofar, Sayyid Mohammed Sultan Hamoud Al Busaidi, and Singapore's Foreign Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam. The facility consists of a gas-fired power plant that has a total gross capacity of 490 MW and a se ...

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