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Solar solutions for Bangladesh

Last week, Bangladesh suffered a nationwide blackout for around 12 hours. The country's hospitals, airports, businesses and government offices were forced to use backup generators. The capital Dhaka resembled a ghost town as it plunged into darkness. Unfortunately, blackouts in the South Asian country aren't a rare occurrence. The country, which relies on a 400 MW (mega watt) power line from India to provid ...

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Nuclear power to resume in Japan

Nuclear power is likely to resume in Japan when the southern prefecture of Kagoshima gives the green light to restart the two-reactor Sendai plant. Japan has 48 nuclear reactors but all have been offline since September 2012, following the Fukushima nuclear meltdown the previous year. Kagoshima Prefecture has kicked off a three-day emergency assembly meeting to discuss the restart of the two nuclear reactor ...

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Cummins QSK95 Power of More

Cummins Power Generation is proud to present ‘The Power of More’: QSK95 Series generator sets. These new high horse power generator sets have been proved to provide more power, less space, more performance, less fuel, more reliability, less downtime. As a customer you get all of this plus more support for any of your Cummins power generation needs. ...

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C3 advances smart tech internationally

C3 Energy has joined the U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Trade and Development Agency in major trade missions to drive discussions around smart grid technology globally. Most recently, C3 Energy participated in a trade mission to meet with electricity and gas utilities and senior government officials in Japan and South Korea from Oct. 19-23. “That adds up to substantial cost savings, reduced emissions, ...

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Thailand energy ministry to purchase 800mw from PV

Thailand’s Energy Ministry plans to purchase 800 megawatt of electricity from solar photovoltaic (PV) farms in 2014–2015, higher than its previous projection of 576 megawatts, Kurujit Nakornthap, deputy permanent secretary at the energy ministry, told reporters at the end of October 2014. Over 1 GW of applications submitted by investors back in 2010 that missed out in the first wave of PPA allocations will ...

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Alstom Grid open Innovation

Alstom’s Smart Grid open innovation put forward at European Utility Week Alstom is committed to Smart Grid innovation, and participates once again to European Utility Week, the annual landmark event for energy leaders, in Amsterdam, Netherlands November 4 to 6 2014. Alstom reaffirms its open innovation strategy, announcing collaborations with two research institutes – new SystemX technical cluster (Institut ...

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FuelCell Energy in POSCO deal

FuelCell Energy, Inc. FCEL, -2.74% a global leader in the design, manufacture, operation and service of ultra-clean, efficient and reliable fuel cell power plants, announced the sale of six fuel cell modules totaling 8.4 megawatts (MW) to South Korean partner POSCO Energy and provided a progress update on the local manufacturing of fuel cell components in South Korea for the Asian market. The fuel cell comp ...

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Myanmar plans 41 new power plants

Myanmar has mapped a 15-year power development plan to meet increasing demand, setting its sights on boosting capacity from 4,581 megawatts to over 29,000MW in 2031. According to Myint Oo, director at the Ministry of Electric Power, the plan will shift Myanmar's focus from hydropower to other energy sources, including coal, natural gas, solar, and wind power. In 2031, Myanmar is set to have 41 power plants. ...

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MR launches Tapscan

The doctor's stethoscope is a diagnostic tool for evaluating acoustic noise. TAPSCAN® VAM – the new vibroacoustics service from Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen (MR) - has a very similar function. With people, the stethoscope evaluates the state of health and with transformers it evaluates the state of the on-load tap-changer, which is responsible for regulating power transformers. This complex electro-mechanical ...

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More Clean Coal for Thailand

Re-emphasizing that natural gas extracted from the Gulf of Thailand would dry up in the next 6-7 years, Ratanachai Namwong, deputy governor of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) Power Plant Development, said there is a need for Thailand to build new electricity plants powered by clean coal. Mr Ratanachai said while leading journalists to inspect coal and solar energy-powered electrical ...

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