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Politicians Criticise Sale of New South Wales Power Plants

THE sale of New South Wales' largest state-owned electricity generator is bad for the economy, bad for the environment and bad for the hip pockets of consumers, critics say. NSW Treasurer Mike Baird on Tuesday called for expressions of interest for Macquarie Generation's two big power stations: Liddell and Bayswater. They are the latest plants to be offloaded to the private sector after the Tamberlin report ...

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Shanghai Residents Face Price Hike for Water

Residents in Shanghai will pay much more for water starting from August due to the implementation of a new multi-tier water pricing system, the municipal development and reform commission said Tuesday. The rising costs of water treatment and the government's desire to conserve water are said to be behind the price rise. Under the new system, the residential water fee will increase progressively as water con ...

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Alstom T&D Snags Rs 255.8 crore Contract from Power Grid Corporation of India

Alstom T&D India has secured five contracts worth over Rs 255.8 crore from the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL), for projects across India. Alstom has won two contracts worth Rs 166 crore for the supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 400kV substation extension packages. Once commissioned, these substations will help make more power available to meet the growing demand for electri ...

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Decks Cleared for Electrification in 4 Indian Districts

Decks have been cleared for the total electrification in four districts of Bihar. The contract for preparing supplementary detailed project report (DPR) under 11th Plan for rural electrification of Patna, Rohtas, Gaya and Banka districts has been awarded by the SouthBihar Power Distribution Company Limited (SBPDCL). The project aims at providing free power connection to all leftover BPL households and add i ...

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BHEL & NTPC Collaborate on Two 10 MW Solar Plants

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) is setting up two solar power plants of 10 MW capacity each for NTPC in Uttar Pradesh and Orissa and has started dispatching consignments of solar photovoltaic modules to the project sites. NTPC has awarded turnkey contract to BHEL for setting two grid-connected solar power plants of 10 MW capacity each at Unchahar in Uttar Pradesh and Talcher Kaniha in Odisha to BHEL, at ...

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Isro & Tata Motors Develop India’s First Fuel Cell Bus

For the first time in the country, a hydrogen-powered automobile bus has been developed by Tata Motors Limited (TML) and Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) after several years of research. The hydrogen fuel-fitted bus was demonstrated at Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre, an Isro facility in Mahendragiri in Tamil Nadu on Sunday. It's a CNG-type bus that runs on hydrogen fuel, creating zero pollution. ...

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AFC Energy Aim for Commercial Contracts after 12 Month Milestone

AFC Energy, the fuel cell developer, says its revolutionary low-cost electrode has hit 12 months of continued operation - another milestone validating the company's technology. It marks a new endurance record as the electrode being tested at the firm's labs in Surrey, UK, remained operational longer than 8,760 hours. The firm had already crossed the nine month mark off the chart in April. The AFC electrode ...

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MHI Receives Steam Turbine Order from Asia Symbol in China

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has received an order for a steam turbine with the capacity of approximately 90 megawatt (MW) to be installed in a pulp and paper plant in China owned and operated by Asia Symbol (Shandong) Pulp And Paper Co., Ltd. a major fiber, pulp and paper manufacturer originated in Indonesia. The steam turbine is slated to go on-stream in 2015. The Chinese pulp and paper plant i ...

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Local Opposition Stalls $4b Japanese Coal Plant in Indonesia

A $4 billion Japanese project to build a large coal power plant in Indonesia has hit a snag due to opposition from local residents. About 50 landowners refuse to sell land totalling around 40 hectares that would account for about 20 percent of the site for the 2 million kw plant to supply electricity to 13 million people in central Java state, they said. Unless the land purchase is completed by October 6, P ...

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Pakistan to Co-operate with Tata Power on Coal Power Projects

Pakistan has sought cooperation from Tata Power to help develop large coal-based plants on the lines of company’s 4,000-MW Mundra ultra mega power project and help it revamp the sector dependent on imported oil and gas. A delegation, led by Punjab Power Development Company CEO Syed Farrukh Ali, visited India’s first fully-commissioned UMPP in the Gujarat port city early this month. The team also sought dire ...

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