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DEWA & KEPCO in SGS Partnership

Dubai, UAE - HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority ( DEWA ), conducted a ground-breaking ceremony for the first phase of the Smart Grid Station (SGS) at DEWA 's green vehicle workshop in Ruwayyah, in partnership with Korea Electric Power Company (KEPCO). This new achievement reflects DEWA 's efforts to achieve the Smart Dubai initiative, launched by HH Sheikh Moha ...

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Construction of Central Asia’s Largest Solar Plant Begins

A biogas plant is planned to be built next to it and will operate on organic waste. Both projects are considered examples of the principles of “Future Energy,” which is the theme of EXPO 2017 to be held in Astana. Kazakh-Dutch-German company KB Enterprises in close cooperation with Siemens has been developing the project in Kazakhstan since 2013, company officials said. And now a time capsule has been offic ...

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ENGIE is the new name of COFLEY

ENGIE is the new name of COFELY and brings new and integrated services to Singapore As part of the international rebranding process of the GDF SUEZ Group into ENGIE, the Singaporean entities Cofely FMO, Cofely DC and Cofely South East Asia will henceforth be known respectively as ENGIE Services Singapore, ENGIE ITS and ENGIE Services Asia-Pacific. In streamlining its brand portfolio, ENGIE increases its vis ...

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Indonesia’s floating PV project

The installation of this 5kWp floating PV, MLEB expects to have an energy yield of 1,295kWh/kWp. This will in turn generate 6.7 MWh of energy annually, an equivalent of 5.8 Tons CO2 savings annually. REC is showcasing its floating photovoltaic installation at a government site in West Java for the first time in Indonesia. With the advancement in solar technology, costs have fallen by 50% over the last six y ...

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PetroVietnam & Gazprom in MOU

Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, and Nguyen Quoc Khanh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam), signed today in Moscow a number of documents to strengthen cooperation between the companies. The signing ceremony was attended by Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Prime Minister of the Socialist Re ...

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Smart Nation Sandbox

To encourage innovation in Smart Nation solutions and capabilities, SAS and Temasek Polytechnic (TP) have jointly launched a Smart Nation Sandbox Environment. Supported by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, the Smart Nation Sandbox Environment platform constitutes of SAS' data management and analytical architecture. TP will host the platform architecture and set forth the participation of end- ...

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Is the ‘Red River’ dead in the water?

VRN said in a statement released on May 11 that the project proposed by Xuan Thien Co Ltd would leave huge negative consequences. With a capacity of just 228 MW, it would contribute less than 1% to the nation’s electricity output. What is more, it is not included in a master zoning plan for socioeconomic development in the Red River Delta until 2020, so if the mega project gets the go-ahead, it would negati ...

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MHPS in Turkmenergo Order

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has received an order for three sets of M701 DA gas turbine and generator to be installed at the 400MW Zerger gas-fired power plant for the national utility, Turkmenenergo, in Turkmenistan. The turbines will be supplied to Sumitomo Corporation, which is charged with engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for the plant. The power generation system is scheduled ...

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Electro Power Systems & Toshiba in JV

Electro Power Systems Group Consolidates Its Presence in Asia Pacific, in Partnership with Toshiba The Group has signed an agreement to provide 1MW storage system for a Hybrid Power Plant that will ensure sustainable energy supplies to a mining site in Australia. “We’re very proud to collaborate with a leading player such as Toshiba. This innovative storage solution is a great example of how our advanced te ...

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ALE in Thailand Heavy Lift Project

ALE are approaching the final stages of one of its biggest wind energy contracts it has ever secured in Thailand. ALE has been awarded a major contract for the transportation, crane lifting and installation of 24 x 2.5MW turbines to be erected on a project site in Khao Kho and another 30 x 2.5 MW turbines at Watabak, Thailand. The scope involves receiving the components from the vessel in several shipments ...

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