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Shenhua to stop exploiting groundwater in China

The Shenhua Group is to stop extracting groundwater for their flagship coal to liquid project in Inner Mongolia’s Ordos an area struggling with severe water shortages affecting farmers and herders. The state-owned Chinese coal company made their announcement during a meeting with Greenpeace East Asia, saying the plan was already underway. Regarding Shenhua’s dumping of toxic industrial wastewater in Ordos, ...

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Asia Drives Global PV Installations to 46 GW

Global solar photovoltaic (PV) installations will grow by a robust 22% in 2014, largely as a result of recent policy changes in the two largest markets, China and Japan, according to IHS Inc. Worldwide installations in 2014 will rise to 46 GW (gigawatts), 5 GW higher than had been predicted in October 2013, based on a quarterly review of PV installations in more than 100 countries conducted by the IHS PV De ...

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Former MSU VC Anil Kane bags World Wind Energy award

VADODARA: Former vice-chancellor of M S University (MSU) Anil Kane has bagged the World Wing Energy Award 2014 that recognizes his contributions as one of the pioneers of wind power in India, Asia and worldwide. The board of the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) had decided to confer the award on Kane on the occasion of the 13th World Wind Energy Conference 2014 in Shanghai. Kane received the award on Tu ...

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ENEL SIGNS MOU WITH STATE GRID CORPORATION OF CHINA

Enel CEO Fulvio Conti signs a Memorandum of Understanding with State Grid Corporation of China, the world largest and China's dominant distribution and transmission utility, to cooperate in the areas of smart grids and renewable energy Fulvio Conti also meets with China Huaneng Group, the largest power generation company in China, to expand the scope of existing cooperation Rome, April 8th, 2014 - Today in ...

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Siemens, KOSPO complete Andong CCPP in 24 Months!

The Andong combined cycle power plant (CCPP) in South Korea was erected in a record time of only 24 months. Thisliquefied natural gas (LNG) fired plant has an electrical capacity of 417 megawatts (MW), making it the second Siemens (NYSE: SI) operating H-class-based combined-cycle power plant in Asia with an efficiency level of more than 60 percent. The owner and operator is Korea Southern Power Co. Ltd. (KO ...

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Power crisis, a major poll issue in Karimnagar

Karimnagar Parliament constituency is starved of power and water for irrigation needs. Hence, focus of the contesting candidates would be on the execution of the pending 2,100 MW APGenco’s gas-based power project in Nedunuru village and Sri Ram Sagar Project (SRSP) flood flow canal project. Of the seven Assembly segments in Karimnagar Lok Sabha constituency, Manakondur, Karimnagar, Husnabad, Sircilla, Vemul ...

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Atkins chooses AVEVA Everything3D and AVEVA Laser Modeller

Australia, Perth – 8 April, 2014: Atkins, one of the world’s leading design, engineering and project management consultancies, has chosen AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D) and AVEVA Laser Modeller software to support Lean Construction processes. Atkins has already executed many successful projects on AVEVA PDMS and is keen to increase its delivery standards with AVEVA E3D. Key capabilities that persuaded Atkin ...

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CG Wins USD 29 Million Order to Upgrade the Indonesian Electricity Grid

Avantha Group Company CG's Power Transformer plant at Indonesia has won an order worth USD 29 million from PT PLN Indonesia to supply Extra High Voltage transformers for its Indonesian electricity transmission network. The order involves supply of 500kV, 275kV and 150kV power transformers, which will be installed across PT PLN's transmission network in Java and Sumatra islands. PT PLN (Perusahaan Listrik Ne ...

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Alstom to sell steam components unit to Triton for $1 billion

Paris: Alstom SA, the French maker of trains and power equipment, agreed to sell its steam auxiliary components unit to investment firm Triton for about €730 million ($1 billion) as it seeks to shore up its balance sheet. “The business, which makes air preheaters and gas heaters for thermal power plants, heat transfer technology for petrochemical and industrial processes, and grinding mills, generated about ...

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APGenco’s project will be taken up by new govt.

Karimnagar MP Ponnam Prabhakar reiterated that he would strive to ensure execution of long-pending gas-based power plant of APGenco in Nedunuru village here. “If there is short supply of gas, then the power plant should be converted into a thermal power station to generate at least 1,000 MW power,” he maintained. Talking to the newsmen here on Sunday, he said despite acquiring land for the project and layin ...

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