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Gamesa’s 100MW Thai Wind Deal

Spanish wind energy company Gamesa has announced installation of its first wind turbine in Thailand, and a 100 MW contract for Amazon.com’s Ohio wind farm. Announced on Tuesday, Gamesa revealed that it had installed its first G114-2.0 MW wind turbine in the Asia-Pacific region, at the Subplu1 wind farm being developed in Thailand. The project was originally announced back in July of 2015, with Gamesa being ...

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Solar powered rooftop Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – SM City North Edsa mall’s solar-powered rooftop has been included as one of the new power sources for the Luzon grid. The solar-powered rooftop – the largest in a commercial establishment in Southeast Asia – is composed of 5,760 solar panels and produces enough power to energize 1,000 households or 150,000 10-watt light bulbs or charge 214,285 cellular phones. The power generated from ...

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Ovivo win Asian contracts

Ovivo Inc has been awarded two large ultrapure water contracts in the Asian electronics market, together worth more than C$14 million. The first contract is to design and supply ultrapure water (UPW) system equipment, including the extension of the current UPW and distribution loop capacity of a plant, as well as adding reclaim water process and equipment technology. The system is scheduled for delivery for ...

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KEPCO invests in Jordan

South Korea's state-controlled electric utility company on Monday said it has inked a deal to build and operate a wind power plant in Jordan. The US$510 million agreement calls for Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) to build the 89.1 megawatt Fujeij wind farm in the Middle Eastern country. The agreement also includes a power purchase agreement (PPA) that outlines the details of the utility company operating ...

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Solar storage to boom in Asia

The Asia Pacific region's utility sector is undergoing a transformation not unlike what is being witnessed here in the United States, with billions being spent on smart grid investments, storage and renewable energy. Against the background of global climate talks in, the firm noted that business leaders have begun clean energy coalitions, and Frost & Sullivan believes that "large multinationals and investor ...

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Turboden to install in Philippines

Turboden, a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), said it would supply a 50 MW (gross) geothermal Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) plant in the Philippines. In conjunction with the Spanish company TSK, Turboden has been awarded the turnkey construction of the power plant in Oriental Mindoro. Four ORC turbogenerators will deliver electric energy to the local electric cooperatives ORMECO and OMECO. T ...

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Asian Smart grid to grow!

The number of smart grid deployments will be determined by the scale of technology advancements and supportive government policies KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With utilities in Asia-Pacific increasingly seeking new ways to deal with the escalating demand for electricity, smart grid deployment has moved into the spotlight. The smart grid market has already had a jump start with the ...

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