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Vietnam rushes to import coal to feed thermal power plants

  Dinh Quang Tri, Deputy General Director of the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), noted that enterprises are importing coal themselves to run thermal power plants instead of relying on the Vietnam Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin), the only domestic coal supplier. According to Tri, it was very difficult to import coal two to three years ago, when the world market was hot because of high demand ...

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GE to build fuel-cell plant; fuel-cell shares rally

The GE GE -0.04% news helped boost fuel-cell stocks on Tuesday, with shares of FuelCell Energy Inc. rallying nearly 12% as the company announced a research grant to lower the cost of fuel cells. FuelCell FCEL +1.62% , a developer and operator of stationary fuel-cell power plants, said Tuesday that Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy awarded it and a joint-venture partner 5 million eur ...

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Vinacomin’s privatization to be completed in Jan, 2015

The Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin) will complete privatization of all directly-under companies in Jan, 2015. By the end of June, 2014, Vinacomin has completed privatization of two units, including: Vinacomin - Material, Transport and Stevedoring Company Limited, Thai Nguyen Non-ferrous Metals Limited Company. Vinacomin-Power Holding Corporation Limited, ...

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New 400 MW HVDC bi-directional transmission line energizes South Korea

Alstom Grid has successfully energized the second High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) turnkey project in South Korea, following the first also delivered by Alstom in 1997. The newly energized project, awarded in 2009, establishes a 400 MW HVDC bi-directional transmission line between Jindo and the island of Jeju. With 50 million people, South Korea is an energy-intensive nation, ranked eleventh worldwide in ...

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China PV industry market is expected to become the new Heights

Heights   Recently, the United States conducted a second "double reverse" investigation on Chinese solar companies, pushed them to the cusp once again. Friction constant tussle between countries reflects the global PV market competitive situation.   EPIA's data shows that in 2010 the composition of the global new installed capacity, Europe accounted for 80% of absolute dominance, while China, the ...

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JSW ENERGY KEEN TO BUY LANCO’S UDUPI THERMAL POWER PLANT

Sajjan Jindal's JSW Energy may be keen to acquire Lanco Infratech's 1,200 mw thermal power plant in Udupi, a person with knowledge of the matter said, even though the plant in western Karnataka was shut down last week amid a payment dispute between the operator and the state government. "Lanco's shutting down the Udupi plant is only temporary ... It continues to make a lot of strategic interest for JSW and ...

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Intelligent Energy & Apple Partnership?

Fuel cell firm Intelligent Energy is working with Apple on a secret partnership that could propel the recently-floated British technology champion into the big leagues. Senior sources in the US told the Mail that the two firms hope to embed fuel cells in electronic devices such as laptops and mobiles within a few years. Fuel cells convert chemical energy from fuel into electricity in a way that is green and ...

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Strong quake hits Japan, triggering small tsunami

A strong earthquake hit Japan’s northern coast Saturday near the nuclear power plant crippled in the 2011 tsunami. At least one person was injured and a small tsunami was triggered, but no damage was reported. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the magnitude-6.8 quake struck 10 kilometers (6 miles) below the sea surface off the coast of Fukushima. The 4:22 a.m. (1922 GMT Friday) quake shook buildings in Tok ...

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Australia’s Solar Power Revolution Could Change The World

Solar power is coming to the fore as a major future source of global energy, experts say. In Australia, where there are 1.2 million homes with solar panels installed on roofs, the growth of solar power has been so profound that wholesale prices of electricity have been driven low enough that few coal generators in Australia made a profit last year. In the state of Queensland this week for several days the p ...

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India bets on renewable energy, biotech

[NEW DELHI] Dashing the expectations of India’s scientific community, the newly elected government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has only marginally increased the annual budgetary allocation for science departments. The budget for 2014—2015 presented in Parliament this week (10 July) sets aside one billion Indian rupees (US$ 16.6 million) for a national adaptation plan to give thrust to the renewable ener ...

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