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Thailand Doubles Commitment to Solar Energy Investment

Thailand has doubled its commitment to solar energy investments by 50 percent, pledging to get 25 percent of the country’s total energy demand from renewable sources. The Asian country ranks among a handful of emerging solar markets that are gaining major momentum in the solar industry. As some long-established markets such as Europe slow down, India, Latin America, Africa and other parts of the world are e ...

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Bukit Asam to Build Power Plants in Myanmar

State-owned listed coal miner PT Bukit Asam (PTBA) is planning power plant projects in Myanmar with an estimated initial investment of US$320 million. PTBA president director Milawarma said on Friday that his company had found a local private partner in Myanmar to develop the power plants. He declined to name the partner. “We have reached discussions at the level of board of directors, including about how t ...

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Tata Power to Build Solar Plant in Maharashtra

The Indian state of Maharashtra will soon have a new solar plant with a total installed capacity of 28.8MW. The plant will be spread over 130 acres of land and will be developed by Tata Power’s Renewable Energy division. The group’s distribution arm has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) to buy electricity from the solar plant. The news follows the energy giant’s aim to add 250MW of renewable e ...

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Vestas Sues Indian Companies Over Unauthorised Deals Made By Former CFO

Vestas is suing two companies in India to recover funds that the turbine manufacturer says they owe through unauthorized deals made by its former chief financial officer (CFO). In October 2012, Vestas said it discovered that Henrik Norremark, who stepped down as CFO earlier that year, had entered into two agreements in India without permission from Vestas' board of directors. Vestas has filed lawsuits again ...

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KOMIPO Expands Overseas Power Plant Construction Business

Korea Midland Power Co., one of six power generation subsidiaries of state-run Korea Electric Power Corp., is speeding up its overseas business expansion, backed by the success of its Cirebon power plant project in Indonesia. In April this year, KOMIPO inked a memorandum of understanding with the Indonesian government to construct and operate a large-scale hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 284 me ...

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The EU and China Reach Amicable Agreement in Anti Dumping Row

European Union and Chinese negotiators reached an agreement to curb EU imports of solar panels from China in exchange for exempting the shipments from punitive tariffs. The accord would set a minimum price for imports of the renewable-energy technology from China. In return, Chinese manufacturers would be spared EU levies meant to counter below-cost sales, a practice known as dumping. The EU import taxes ta ...

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See Chee How Urges Authorities to Check for Leaks

The Slabi water treatment plant comes with a capacity of 50 million litres per day (MLD), and yet the irregular water supply in households from Mile 24 to 28 Old Kuching-Serian Road, as well as Taee and Bunga in Serian, remains unresolved. Highlighting this yesterday, state PKR vice chief See Chee How called on the authorities to look into the possibility of leakage given that low water pressure should not ...

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India to Spend Rs 3,600 crore to Cut Transmission and Distribution Loss

In a major move to improve infrastructure in power transmission and provide dedicated feeders to agriculture sector, the State Cabinet on Thursday approved project proposals worth Rs 3,600 crore of the Energy department. This, the Government hopes, would effectively bring down the transmission and distribution loss from a staggering 40 per cent to 3 per cent. The department has planned to construct 520 sub- ...

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Acta Power Trial Hydrogen Fuel Cells in the Philippines

Acta Power, a developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that its energy systems will be put on trial by one of the largest telecommunications organizations in the Philippines. Acta has teamed with SMS Global Technologies, a technical support company, to facilitate these trials and show off the capabilities of its hydrogen fuel cells. Fuel cells have been gaining popularity in the telecommunications se ...

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Wind Projects to Start Generating Power Next Year in Sindh

The government of Sindh has taken strong measures to capitalise on its wind power potential and has so far approved 26 projects, which will come online in the next one year and generate more than 1,000 megawatts of electricity. Presiding over a meeting at the Investment Department here, Sindh Board of Investment Chairman Muhammad Zubair Motiwala said Sindh was blessed with enormous potential for wind energy ...

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