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South-East Asia boosted by Thailand’s arrival

The country's first two wind farms, West Huay Bong 2 and West Huay Bong 3, were announced as operational by Ratchaguri Electricity Generating Holding, a stakeholder in project shareholder Aeolus Power. Both projects have an operating capacity of 103.5MW from 45 Siemens 2.3MW turbines. In July the 7.5MW Theppana wind farm in Chaiyaphum province, supplied with turbines from China's Goldwind, also went online, ...

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2 Ways to Play the Shale Gas Boom In China

America is the current leader when it comes to fracking and exacting natural gas and oil from shale. But the red, white and blue isn’t the only country with the geology to support the advanced drilling technique. Several nations can — including Asia’s largest emerging market, China. The nation features enviable reserve potential, with trillions of cubic feet of natural gas, and an insatiable energy appetite ...

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Vietnam Electricity promotes energy saving solutions

A pilot implementation of the Energy Service Company (ESCO) through the project on installing solar water heater systems for customers is one of the jobs that Vietnam Electricity Group will do this year to realise the Power Saving Programme for the 2014-2015 period, according to the Vietnam Economic News.     EVN’s Deputy General Director Nguyen Tan Loc said the pilot implementation of the first phase ...

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Deutsche Bank Said to Mull Forgoing IPO Amid Hiring Probes

Deutsche Bank AG is weighing whether to refrain from working on China General Nuclear Power Group’s initial public offering amid a probe into hiring practices in Asia, three people with knowledge of the matter said. Germany’s largest bank employs the daughter of Shenzhen-based China General Nuclear’s chairman, He Yu, said the people, who asked not to be named as the deliberations are confidential. The Frank ...

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Ayala boosts wind farm

NorthWind Power Development Corp., a company controlled by Ayala Corp., will start the third phase of the Bangui Bay wind farm in Ilocos Norte province to add 18 megawatts to the existing 33-MW project. Energy Department records showed the expansion project would raise the total capacity of Bangui wind farm to 51 MW, solidifying its status as the biggest wind farm in Southeast Asia. NorthWind has already re ...

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First Solar Close to Agreements to Supply Mines in Australia

First Solar Inc. (FSLR:US), the largest U.S. solar-panel maker, is close to announcing agreements to supply its technology to remote mining projects in Australia to help resources companies save on fuel costs. The company expects to develop as much as 200 megawatts of capacity for the mining industry over the next three years, Jack Curtis, First Solar’s Sydney-based vice president of business development fo ...

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