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MAN modernise energy supply with Steam generators

MAN modernizes energy supply for worldwide leading producer of acrylic fibers Steam turbine Genset will produce electricity and process steam for AKSA plant in the Turkish city of Yalova. Turkish company Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.Ş. (AKSA), the worlds biggest manufacturer of acrylic fibers, has placed an order with MAN Diesel & Turbo for the supply of a 99 MW steam turbine generator set. At the company’s ...

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Fukushima to become RE Hub?

A public-private council was set up on Sunday in Fukushima in order to help the prefecture become a renewable energy hub in just a few years, the Japan Times reported. During the upcoming summer the council will focus on developing market strategies for the wind and hydrogen segments, according to the report. The scheme is yet another step towards the fast reconstruction of Fukushima following the March 201 ...

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China State Grid Cuts Investment for 2016?

The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) cut its 2016 investment budget because the timing of its power transmission projects means less capital is required than last year, its chairman said on Thursday. The investment cut by SGCC, China's dominant state power grid builder and operator and a major consumer of copper and aluminium, has added to concerns over dwindling Chinese demand, but Chairman Liu Zheny ...

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Engie promoting energy efficiency in Asia

ENGIE, a global energy player and expert operator in electricity, natural gas and energy services, underlines the importance of energy efficiency as an effective tool to reduce a great deal obusiness operating costs, while also caring about the environment. Mr.Sawat Macmyraxa, General Manager of ENGIE Services (Thailand) Co., Ltd., a company under ENGIE Group, said that energy efficiency implementation goes ...

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Andritz in EGAT order

The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand has ordered electromechanical equipment from Andritz Hydro to rehabilitate the 720-MW Srinagarind hydroelectric facility on the Khwae Yai River in Si Sawat District of Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. The cost for the work is not immediately available, but according to a March 16 press release from Andritz Hydro, the rehabilitation process is scheduled to beg ...

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Sojitz offers Wind power for Japan

Sojitz will offer wind-power generation equipment coupled with insurance to compensate for revenue drops from natural disasters and other incidents. The Japanese trading company seeks to capture demand from businesses and municipalities looking to make money from the renewable-energy feed-in tariff system while curbing their risk of losses. The annual sales target will be 100 units. Insured wind power equip ...

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Rolls Royce MTU & Vpower expand in Asia

As part of its cooperation with China’s VPower, MTU Onsite Energy will provide 96 16V 4000 L32 gas generator sets with a total power output of 144 MW to a power station in Myingyan, Myanmar. That follows the delivery of 32 natural gas gen-sets with a total output of 45 MW in 2014 and 64 more last year. Rolls-Royce and the VPower Group announced they have recently signed a strategic agreement intended to str ...

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Hydropower key to Nepals growth

Hydropower is Nepal's key to development and the country has an economically-viable potential of 40,000 MW of generation capacity of which it can export the surplus to neighbouring South Asian countries including India, a US government funding agency has said. Developing sustainable hydropower generation will enable Nepal to balance its supply deficit in the dry season with the revenues made through exports ...

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Lee Kuan Water Prize Winner!

Singapore, 21 March 2016 – The Singapore International Water Week, a biennial event that gathers leaders and innovators from the global water industry on a single platform, today awarded the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2016 to world-renowned hydrogeologist, Professor John Anthony Cherry. The announcement of the Water Prize Laureate this year marks the first time it is held in conjunction with World ...

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Voith supplies 4th largest hydro plant in China

Voith Received Orders to Supply Generating Machines to Wudongde Hydropower Station in China . Constructions at Wudongde are now under full stream .  Commissioning of the hydropower plant is expected in 2020 . China is world market leader for new hydro development Shanghai, China: Construction activities at Wudongde hydropower station, the fourth largest of its kind in China, are now fully under way. Voit ...

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