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CST Fast system installed in Australia

The Smith and Loveless FAST system available from CST Wastewater Solutions is being installed across Australia by environmentally-concerned companies, especially on remote sites for wastewater treatment. The patented portable wastewater treatment solution is a plug-and-play system built into standard shipping containers for easy transport and installation. Operated with minimal engineering and maintenance, ...

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APGenco starts KTPS for March 2015

APGenco, the power generation utility of Andhra Pradesh, has decided to declare the commercial operation date of 2X800 mw units of Krishnapatnam thermal power station (KTPS) by end of March 2015. Though one unit has been operating for some months now, the power utility has not announced the commercial operation date (COD) due to technical glitches arising on the project. Work on the second unit is in the fi ...

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New Oil sensor from Maschinenfabrik Rheinhausen

Oil analysis sensors have one job to do: they make a measurable contribution to extending the service life of cost-intensive oil- and paper-insulated transformers. To do this they require two qualities: robust technology for continuous functional safety and intelligent measurement procedures for reliable values – both of which the new MESSKO® MSense® x2.5 provides. Intelligent measurement procedure ensures ...

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Taipower reserves to drop too 10%

The latest available data from Taiwan Power Company (Taipower, 台電) indicate that reserve capacity may drop below 10 percent next year, an official from the Ministry of Economic Affairs' Bureau of Energy said yesterday. The central government requires Taipower to maintain a constant reserve margin of at least 15 percent of the normal peak demand level as insurance against emergencies. Last year, Taipower est ...

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Nepal urged to use hydro power

Nepal is being urged to tap its hydropower potential to solve the nation’s energy crisis. The World Bank said it is a “core task” for the country, which still faces power cuts of at least eight hours a day. It will also help in boosting public income through electricity trade with neighbouring India, it added. During a three-day official visit to Nepal, Annette Dixon, the Bank’s Vice President for South Asi ...

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Cyan appoint new Asia VP

Cyan Holdings Plc. (CYAN.L), a system and software design company, announced Friday that it has appointed Vikas Kashyap to the role of Vice President Asia, with responsibility for business development and sales across Asia. Kashyap is based at the Company's headquarters in Cambridge UK, and will manage strategic relationships established in India and China as well driving existing and new sales opportunitie ...

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US & india agree Nuclear deal

India and the US have announced a breakthrough on civil nuclear trade, during President Barack Obama’s visit to Delhi. “Today we achieved a breakthrough understanding on two issues that were holding up our ability to advance our civil nuclear co-operation,” Mr Obama said, on Sunday, according to Reuters. “We are committed to moving towards full implementation,” he added. Mr Obama, the first US president to ...

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Pakistan power outage hits again!

Pakistan was on Sunday plunged into darkness due to a massive power failure apparently triggered by a militant attack on a major power line, causing hardship to millions of people across the country, including capital Islamabad. The power failure plunged about 80 per cent country into darkness, the fourth major breakdown of the system within the past one month. Initially television channels reported that mi ...

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SE Asia largest farm up’s capacity

Southeast Asia's first wind power plant in Ilocos Norte has raised its power capacity by 19 megawatts bringing to 52 MW its total power generating capacity to augment other renewable energy resources' power production. The former 33-MW Bangui Wind Farm has already received its Certificate of Endorsement for Feed-in-Tariff from the Department of Energy (DOE), AC Energy President and chief executive officer E ...

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$68.7 Billion on grid for 2015

The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) said it plans to spend 420.2 billion renminbi ($68.7bn) on grid infrastructure this year, representing a year-on-year increase of 24%, according to the state-run Xinhua News Agency. The investment boost follows a 14.1% increase in spending in 2014, Xinhua said. SGCC will start construction of 64,000 kilometres of alternating current (AC) power transmission lines an ...

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