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DNV announces smart cable solution

DNV GL, a leading global energy advisory and testing authority, today announced the latest advancement in its Smart Cable Guard solution. In addition to the existing capability that allows system operators and industrial asset managers to detect and locate partial discharges on-line, Smart Cable Guard now immediately pinpoints, within 1% accuracy, the exact location of a fault in a MV cable system and reduc ...

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KEPCO to export smart tech

The state-run power company KEPCO is trying to develop its smart grid technologies as a new export item. To that end, the company plans to spend $155 million between 2015 and 2017 on comprehensive tests of related technologies, which are believed to be helpful in reducing spending on power, and greenhouse gas emissions, while boosting energy saving and efficiency. The company unveiled its three-stage action ...

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TUV open Indian facility

Testing and certification company TUV Rhineland has opened a new solar PV module testing facility in Asia. The move would help the company take advantage of the booming solar power industry in India. TUV Rhineland is expected to release the results of the first batch of testing done on solar PV modules in India over the next month or two. The results would be of great utility to prospective project develope ...

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Enerkem enters China

Enerkem Inc. (www.enerkem.com), a waste-to-biofuels and chemicals producer, today announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding ("MOU") with Shanghai Environmental Group Co. Ltd., a municipal solid waste management company and a subsidiary of Shanghai Chengtou Holding Co. Ltd., to develop a project partnership to jointly build municipal solid waste-to-biofuels and chemicals facilities in China . The ...

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Exxonmobil’s hub for lube excellence

October 27, 2014, Shanghai, China – The 2014 ExxonMobil Forum of Chinese Equipment Builders was held in Shanghai today. Experts from ExxonMobil Product Technology demonstrated lubricant technology innovations that deliver the benefits and competitive advantages in safety, environmental care, and productivity.   To support the development of the latest lubricant technology, ExxonMobil has announced the ...

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Green EarthPower in $350 Million Solar project

Thai firm Green Earth Power Company has signed an agreement with the government to move forward on its plans to spend US$350 million building a 220 megawatt solar power generating station near Minbu in Magwe Region. The facility will sit on 850 acres that are not suitable for agriculture, and will take three years to complete, said Green Earth managing director U Aung Thiha. “The first stage will see 50 meg ...

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Veolia & Hitachi Consortium for Iraq

Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501 / “Hitachi”) and Veolia Environnement (Paris Euronext: VIE and NYSE: VE), through its subsidiary OTV (“Veolia”), announced today that a consortium formed by their two companies, along with Egyptian engineering firm ArabCo, has received an order from the Iraqi Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works for the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of pretreatment faciliti ...

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Largest solar plant in Central Asia

State Joint-Stock Company "Uzbekenergo" has announced a tender for the construction of a photovoltaic power plant in Samarkand region. According to the Uzbek media, 100 MW power plant will be constructed on the basis of crystalline photovoltaic cells with the fixed angle of the panels. Earlier it was reported that in spring 2019 "Uzbekenergo" plans to build the first heliostation in Central Asia with the ca ...

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ESB €1.5 Million Asia contract win

One major presence at the Asia Pacific Ireland Business Forum was the ESB’s international consulting arm, which made a presentation on the subject of renewables. ESB International has been busy in Asia and notched up some successes over the years. Last week it announced four new contracts spanning Malaysia, Burma (Myanmar) and the Philippines. “Asia is a major focus for ESB International, and a big part of ...

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Charlie Shalvoy new Oorja CEO

Oorja Protonics, Inc., the global leader in liquid fuel cell technology, today announced that Charles Shalvoy has joined as president & CEO, replacing Sanjiv Malhotra who resigned his post to pursue other interests. “Oorja now needs to strengthen its organization, expand its manufacturing capability to meet greater demand, and accelerate the development of new products. Charlie has repeatedly accomplish ...

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