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ET Solar Sets up Australian Subsidiary Focused on Business Solutions

ET Solar Energy Corp. (“ET Solar”), a leading smart energy solutions provider, announces the establishment of its new subsidiary ET Solar Australia Pty Ltd (“ET Solar Australia”), a company focused on business solutions for Asia-Pacific region customers. ET Solar Australia is dedicated to addressing end-user needs, with a focus on the commercial and utility market. With strong partners in international tech ...

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RayGen Resources wins $60 Million China contract

RayGen Resources has signed a $60 million investment and distribution deal to supply its concentrated solar PV technology into China, with a target to “secure global exports beyond $1 billion by 2020”. The deal signed Friday with ZhuoZhou Intense Solar will deliver a $2 million equity investment in RayGen, a Melbourne-based technology firm, and will see the Chinese firm purchase Raygen’s semiconductor and c ...

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Trans-Asia to double power capacity by 2016

With its coal and wind power projects soon to take off, Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corp. of the Phinma Group aims to double its power generating capacity by 2016. Phinma’s flagship company in the energy industry may expand capacity to “close to 500 megawatts” or so by 2016, president and CEO Francisco L. Viray said in an interview on the sidelines of the parent firm’s stockholders meeting. At pre ...

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Guimaras wind power project takes off

THE proposed wind power project in Guimaras was recently endorsed by the Regional Development Council (RDC) as a priority development project of the Western Visayas. The 54-megawatt wind power project is spearheaded by the private sector particularly Trans-Asia Corp. under the Phinma Group headed by President and chief executive officer Ramon del Rosario Jr. During the Iloilo Means Business summit held at H ...

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Heavy borrowing fails to satisfy govt’s quench

ISLAMABAD-Despite getting huge loans from different sources, government’s thirst for taking loans is yet to be quenched as it is all set to receive above two billion dollars from World Bank and Asian Development Bank in next couple of months. The World Bank would provide $1.74 billion loan next month (May) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) would give $500-600 million in next two months (May and June). The PM ...

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Alstom receives Excellent Supplier Award for Xiangjiaba project from China Three Gorges Corp

Alstom recently was given an Excellent Supplier award by the China Three Gorges Corp. in recognition of the company’s outstanding performance in contract execution, excellent quality and on-time delivery of hydro turbine generator units and auxiliary equipment for the Xiangjiaba Hydro Power Plant. Alstom designed and manufactured four hydroelectric generating units for the Xiangjiaba underground hydro power ...

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IDE Technologies Recognized with Two Global Water Awards

With the world’s largest and most advanced desalination plants, IDE demonstrates technological leadership, high efficiency, reduced cost and environmental responsibility Kadima, Israel, April 11, 2014 – IDE Technologies today announced it was named as the Global Water Awards category winner of the Desalination Plant of the Year, Sorek, constructed in partnership with Hutchison Water International Holdings P ...

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Taipower mulls extending use of three nuclear plants

If the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant cannot become operational due to public opposition, the operational periods of the three existing plants will have to be extended, which could cost between NT$35 billion and NT$40 billion (US$1.16 billion and US$1.33 billion) to renew equipment, Taiwan Power Co (Taipower) said. Company spokesman Tsai Feng-fu (蔡豐富) said that if service is extended by 20 years, the three plan ...

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LANXESS picks up steam

Cologne – With its tried-and-tested heat transfer fluid Diphyl, specialty chemicals company LANXESS is contributing to the cost-effective and environmentally friendly conversion of sunlight into electrical energy. In the “Arenales” parabolic trough power plant near the city of Morón de la Frontera in Andalusia, Spain, parabolic mirrors concentrate solar radiation onto an absorber pipe, in which approximatel ...

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Power plant lifespans depend on Nuke 4: Taipower

TAIPEI -- If the under-construction fourth nuclear power plant cannot become operational due to opposition from the public, the service periods of the three existing nuclear plants will have to be extended, which will entail a cost of between NT$35 billion (US$1.16 billion) and NT$40 billion to renew equipment, the Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said yesterday. Taipower spokesman Tsai Fu-feng said that if the ...

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