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MAN Gas Turbines Grow In China

Gas turbines from MAN strengthen foothold in China MAN Diesel & Turbo to deliver gas turbine packages for industrial power and heat generation From 2017, two MAN turbines based on CHP will deliver around 17 MW of power and 35 MW of heat to an industrial park in the provincial capital of Changsha. The order placed by Changsha ENN Heating Power Co. Ltd, the energy provider for this large Chinese city, com ...

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Pronto Win Solar Award!

PROINSO wins Solar + Power Award Solar Energy Company PROINSO has won a Solar + Power Award for a PV project in Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia. Established in 2009, the Solar + Power Awards (formerly the Solar Industry Awards) recognise innovative manufacturing and product approaches that have the potential to change the way we live. PROINSO was presented with the Rural Electrification award at a ceremony in Mun ...

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Eastman Chemical Hails Success of PSM’s Flamesheet

Eastman Chemical Company Announces Success of PSM’s Advanced FlameSheetTM Combustion System Installations at the 7F Users Group Conference ORLANDO, FL – June 21st, 2016 – Eastman Chemical Company, declared PSM’s FlameSheetTM combustion system conversion project a “remarkable technical success”, during their 7F Users Group presentation, at the conference attended by over 220 industry professionals utilizing ...

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Siemens & Gamesa Merge Wind Business

Siemens and Gamesa to merge wind businesses to create a leading wind power player Siemens and Gamesa have signed binding agreements to merge Siemens’ wind business with Gamesa Businesses are highly complementary with regard to markets, products and technology and will create great value to customers and shareholders Siemens to hold a 59 percent stake and consolidate the merged company and existing Gamesa sh ...

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Alstom T&D in Madhya Pradesh Order

Alstom T and D India Limited - a GE Group Company, has been awarded two contracts worth over INR 2020 million from Power Grid Corporation of India Limited for execution of projects in Madhya Pradesh. Both the projects will facilitate evacuation of power and add to availability of electricity in the central region. Under the first contract, worth INR 1197 million, Alstom TD India will set up a 400/220kV AIS ...

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APR Energy in Biggest Order!!

Five-year deal is largest single award in company history APR Energy, a global leader in fast-track power solutions, announces today that it has been awarded two five-year projects valued at more than $450 million by the Ministry of Energy and Mining of Argentina to provide a total 350MW of generating capacity for South America's second-largest country. The generating capacity will be split between two site ...

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TATA Purchases Welspun Energy

Tata Power has agreed to buy Welspun Renewables Energy for an enterprise value of 92.49 billion rupees ($1.38 billion), as India's largest private power producer seeks to benefit from the nation's push to expand its renewable energy capacity amid growing demand for clean energy. The deal will help Tata Power, primarily a thermal power company, expand its overall electricity generation capacity to 10,000 meg ...

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Solar energy & Partnerships in Thailand

Sitting in the courtyard of his home in Lopburi Province, 180 kilometers north of Bangkok, Saichol Thanomsak remembers what life was like for the nearly 600 people in Moo 3 Village before Asia’s largest thin-film photovoltaic solar energy project moved in nearby. Land was not fertile and jobs were scarce, forcing breadwinners to seek employment elsewhere. For those who remained, life could be grim. "The arm ...

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Nuclear Reactor Restart Last Resort in Taiwan

Economics Minister Lee Chih-kung said Monday that restarting the first reactor of Taiwan's First Nuclear Power Plant would only be a last resort to deal with potential power shortages. Premier Lin Chuan said on Sunday that with possible power shortages looming he was considering restarting the reactor as long as safety could be assured, and promised that the reactor's decommissioning date would not be exten ...

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ABB in $11 Mln PLN Order

ABB has announced it has won a $11 million order from the Indonesian state-owned utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) to extend existing substations across Indonesia. ABB will design, engineer, supply and install the substation extensions, including switchgear, transformers, state-of-the-art control and protection systems as well as ancillary equipment. The product scope will include 11 units of 60 megav ...

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