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Trans-Asia wins 320MW worth of hydro contracts

TRANS-ASIA OIL and Energy Development Corp. has secured three new service contracts involving hydropower projects in Luzon with a combined capacity of 320 megawatts (MW), the company said in a disclosure on Thursday. "The Department of Energy (DoE) notified us of the award of three hydropower service contracts to Trans-Asia covering certain areas in Pililla, Riizal (300 MW); Ilagan, Isabela (10 MW) and Bugu ...

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Veolia receives US EPA Approval of TECTA™ Automated Microbiology System.

Veolia's environmental monitoring technology unit Endetec is pleased to announce that its TECTA automated microbiology system has received approval from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) for performing regulatory compliance testing forE. coliand total coliform bacteria in drinking water distribution system samples under the Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) and other related regula ...

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LDK Solar Subsidiary Signs Module Supply Agreement with Energy Absolute PCL

- LDK Solar Co., Ltd. in provisional liquidation ("LDK Solar" or the "Company") and its Joint Provisional Liquidators, Tammy Fu and Eleanor Fisher, both of Zolfo Cooper (Cayman) Limited, announced today that its Chinese subsidiary, LDK Solar Hi-Tech (Nanchang) Co., Ltd. (LDK Solar Hi-Tech), has signed a new module supply agreement with Energy Absolute PCL, a leading developer of solar projects in Thailand. ...

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Alstom ties up 400MW Korea link

Alstom Grid has energised its second turnkey HVDC project in South Korea, establishing a 400MW bi-directional transmission line between Jindo and the island of Jeju. The project follows a scheme delivered by the French company in 1997 and will help the Korean government deliver on plans for a low-carbon economy. Jeju is 100km south of the peninsular mainland and previously operated on an independent electri ...

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Massive Mekong dams taking a toll on local communities

In Laos, the rapid and unsustainable development of massive Mekong dams is taking a toll on communities In 1998, a large hydropower project was completed in central Laos that diverted water from one Mekong tributary - the Nam Theun-Kading - through a tunnel down an escarpment, from where it flowed rapidly down into the Nam Hinboun river to eventually rejoin the Mekong opposite Nakhon Phanom province. The 21 ...

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Egat plans to venture into SE Asia

State-owned power producer Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) plans to venture overseas and could invest 17 billion baht in expanding into Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia and other regional markets, a group executive said. Thailand's domestic power demand is expected to reach 52,256 MW by 2030 from 26,355 in 2013. (EPA photo) EGAT will be joining private Thai power producers such as Ratchaburi Ele ...

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China Hydroelectric Corporation Announces Completion of Merger

China Hydroelectric Corporation (NYSE: CHC, CHCWS) ("China Hydroelectric" or the "Company"), an owner, developer and operator of small hydroelectric power projects in the People's Republic of China, today announced the completion of its merger (the "Merger") with CPT Wyndham Sub Ltd. ("Merger Sub"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CPT Wyndham Holdings Ltd. ("Parent"), pursuant to the agreement and plan of merg ...

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Imergy Power Systems Achieves Technological Breakthrough in Energy Storage: Flow Batteries Made From Recycled Vanadium

Exclusive Process for Utilising Low-grade Vanadium From Oil Fields and Mines in Flow Batteries will Lower Cost and Increase Performance of Energy Storage Imergy Power Systems, a pioneer in advanced storage systems, has achieved a fundamental milestone in energy storage by developing an exclusive process for producing high-performance flow batteries with recycled vanadium from mining slag, oil field sludge, ...

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D3SCOM Engineering (D3) Sdn. Bhd. invest in AVEVA E3D and AVEVA Laser Modeller

D3SCOM Engineering (D3) Sdn. Bhd.has adopted AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D) and AVEVA Laser Modeller software for its brownfield projects with Owner Operators in Malaysia. AVEVA software solutions enable D3’s designers to have a clear understanding of the as-is condition of an asset during brownfield projects. Direct integration of the 3D design model into the intuitive laser scan BubbleView allows accurate ...

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FTC fines nine electricity suppliers over NT$6 billion

The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) yesterday announced its latest decision to fine nine privately owned electricity suppliers a total of NT$6.007 billion for refusing to cooperate with the Taiwan Power Company (Taipower, 台電) to lower the price of electricity. This is the third attempt by the FTC to fine the nine electricity suppliers. The commission in March 2013 deemed that the electricity companies violated ...

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