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Singapore & India in water mgmt project

Singapore Foreign Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam witnessed the signing ceremony of a joint water management programme between Singapore and the Public Health Engineering Department of the Government of Rajasthan in Jaipur on Wednesday (Feb 25). The document was signed by Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) and the Public Health Engineering Department of Rajasthan. The Singapore-India joint programm ...

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Belden in Chinese partnership

Belden Inc. (NYSE: BDC), a global leader in signal transmission solutions for mission-critical applications, announced today that it has formed a partnership with Shanghai Hi-tech Control System Co., Ltd. to jointly develop, market and sell new industrial networking solutions. HiTe Control is a leading industrial automation systems provider with established divisions throughout China and already a valued pa ...

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Schmid supply 8 APCVD systems

PV equipment specialist SCHMID Group has sold eight APCVD systems to three undisclosed Asia-based solar manufacturers. Financial and shipment details were not disclosed. Dr. Christian Buchner, vice president and head of business unit PV at the SCHMID Group said: "The current contracts show the great popularity of our technology and should be interpreted as a clear sign of stimulation of the PV industry. In ...

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Proinso launch EPM

Proinso recently launched a new Engineering, Procurement and Management (EPM) service program across the area. The Program supported by the Asia Pacific Program Management Office located in Brisbane, Australia, offers Technical support, Project Management services and system monitoring and asset management services ensuring consistency of service across the region. Under the program Proinso has already comp ...

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Intelligent energy in $1bn India deal

TECH company Intelligent Energy (IE) confirmed yesterday it has struck a £1bn, 10-year deal with Indian telecommunications firm GTL. Loughborough-based IE already has an estate of more than 10,000 telecom towers in India, which it supplies with its hydrogen fuel cells. The firm has now reached an agreement in principle with GTL to increase this arrangement to over 26,000 towers. According to IE, the deal is ...

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ABB help Java with power problems

ABB is supplying a Symphony Plus total plant automation system for a new supercritical power plant that will provide much-needed power for Java, Indonesia’s most populous island and the hub of the country’s fast-growing economy. The 670 megawatt (MW) Banten Serang supercritical coal-fired power plant will provide much-needed power for the people and businesses of Java. With a population of 143 million, Java ...

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Wind to transform Indian wind sector

India's renewable power capacity is set to reach 170GW by 2022, reducing power shortages and bringing electricity to off-grid of rural communities for the first time. But it may also have an unintended consequence - cutting off investment in India's troubled coal sector as prospects for future profitability evaporate.. As wind and solar power increase, coal-fired power stations will be working for fewer hou ...

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China needs to consider environmental implications of Hydro

As China shifts its focus to curbing carbon emissions, hydropower is becoming central to its alternative energy plan. But while the potential for renewable power generation cannot be ignored, the potential for costly environmental degradation is also high. Water is released from the Three Gorges Dam, a gigantic hydropower project on the Yangtze river, in Yichang, central China's Hubei province, after heavy ...

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EU probe GE-Alstom deal

The European Union opened an in-depth probe of General Electric’s $14.1 billion takeover of the power division of French company Alstom on Monday fearing higher prices and less choice. The European Commission made the move Monday after an initial investigation “indicates potential competition concerns in the market for heavy-duty gas turbines,” which are used in gas-fired power plants, it said in a statemen ...

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Avantha company in $20 Million USD PTPLN deal

Avantha Group Company CG has bagged an order from PT PLN for setting up a total of 36 transformer bays around Indonesia, valued at around USD 20 million. These 36 extension bays will comprise 2 lots – the Java and Bali island extension bays representing Lot 1 and Sumatra, Kalimantan and the Sulawesi islands representing Lot 2. This project is being funded by IBRD – World Bank and is aimed at enhancing the p ...

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