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Genesis Water Technologies – Unique Natural and Modified GWT Series Zeolite Media

Genesis Water Technologies -  Unique Natural and Modified GWT Series Zeolite Media meets the water/and air filtration challenges of the Power Industry Maitland, FL USA- Genesis Water Technologies, Inc., a US based manufacturer & supplier of water treatment, filtration, purification equipment and components worldwide is proud to introduce the new GWT(r) series unique natural zeolite media capable of serv ...

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Toyo Ink Group to Develop 2000 MW Coal Plant in Vietnam

The Vietnamese Government have announced that Malaysia's Toyo Ink Group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Vietnam's industry ministry to develop the Song Hau-2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam. The 2000 MW thermal power project, to be located in the southern province of Hau Giang, would be fed by imported coal, most likely from Australia and Indonesia. Toyo are yet to comment on the deve ...

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Punjab Government in 300MW MoU with Norinco International

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Punjab government and a prominent Chinese company Norinco International Corporation Limited for setting up a solar power project on Friday. Secretary Energy, Usman Bajwa and Vice President, Norinco International Zhang Shiping signed the document. Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif, Provincial Minister for Energy, Sher Ali Khan, Special Assistant, Ars ...

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Jindal Power to Set up Hydro Plants in Tajikistan

Jindal Power, a subsidiary of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, may explore the possibility of setting up hydro power plants in Tajikstan. “Tajikstan has invited us to look at their hydro potential,” Jayant Kawale, Managing Director (Hydro & Renewables), stated after a meeting with an official from the Central Asian country. Jindal Power is currently executing three hydro power projects in the Northeastern ...

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Goldwind Turbines Provide Electricity to the Thailand National Grid

The Theppana Wind Farm, the first wind farm owned by Electricity Generating Public Company Limited (EGCO Group) of Thailand, uses three Goldwind GW109/2500 turbines. The 2.5MW permanent magnetic direct drive turbines are designed for medium to low wind speed areas. Goldwind International Holdings (HK) Ltd signed the wind turbine supply contract with Theppana Wind Farm Company Limited, a subsidiary of Electr ...

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JA Solar Secure RMB 550 Million Credit Facility From Bank of Communications of China

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. JASO, one of the world's largest manufacturers of high-performance solar power products, today announced that JA Solar and Jinglong Group, a related party of JA Solar, have secured a RMB 550 million credit facility from the Bank of Communications of China. Of the credit facility, RMB 250 million (US40.8 million) will be available to JA Solar and RMB 300 million (US48.9 million) w ...

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Marubeni and Mainstream Renewable Power Agree EURO 100 Million Equity Investment

Global wind and solar developer, Mainstream Renewable Power and Japanese Trading Company Marubeni Corporation today agreed a €100 million equity investment deal which sees Marubeni gaining a circa 25% holding in Mainstream. The deal, which is subject to shareholder approval, represents the largest single equity investment in the company's five and a half year history. As part of the agreement Marubeni obtai ...

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TEPCO Discloses Extent of Nuclear Plant Leak

The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has given its first public estimate of the size of the leakage of radioactive tritium into the Pacific Ocean since the disaster. Between 20 trillion to 40 trillion becquerels of the substance is estimated to have leaked into the sea since May 2011, said Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO). It was the first such figure TEPCO has released since a massive ts ...

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Asia Pacific a Market Leader in Geothermal Power

According to Navigant Research, North America and Asia Pacific lead the world in terms of geothermal power projects in the final stages of development, with 56 reported projects in either active drilling or construction stages. Nearly all of these projects are in the US, the Philippines, and Indonesia. "More than 4 gigawatts of geothermal power capacity are expected to come online worldwide between 2013 and ...

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Poyry Awarded Owner’s Engineer Services Assignment for Van Phong 1 Power Plant

Poyry has been awarded the owner's engineer services assignment for the Van Phong 1 2x660 MW coal-fired power plant project in Vietnam by Sumitomo Corporation. Van Phong 1 is a coal-fired power plant project consisting of two similar blocks, each block including a once-through pulverised coal fired steam generator and a steam turbine. The project will use supercritical steam values, which improves the plant ...

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