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Siemens in CCGT Plant for Thailand

Siemens to supply turnkey combined cycle power plant to Thailand: Market entry with first two H-class gas turbines in Thailand Fifth large power plant project in consortium with Marubeni in the country Total order volume about 550 million U.S. dollar Siemens, together with its Japanese consortium partner Marubeni Corporation, has received an order for the delivery of a turnkey combined cycle power plant to ...

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ABB & Powergrid India $640m Transmission Link

ABB has teamed up with India’s national electricity grid operator Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) in a mega project worth over $640 million for ABB to deliver a transmission link that will have the capacity to bring reliable electricity to more than 80 million people. The Raigarh-Pugalur 800 kilovolt (kV) ultra-high-voltage direct current (UHVDC) system will connect Raigarh in Central In ...

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Hero Future Energy in 100MW Solar Plant Build

New Delhi: The Munjal-family promoted Hero Future Energies Pvt. Ltd is planning to put up one large grid connected solar plant of up to 100 megawatts capacity in Southeast Asia, apart from expanding in Africa and India, its founder and managing director Rahul Munjal said in an interview on 13 January. Backing Munjal’s ambitious plan is around $125 million cash that International Finance Corp. (IFC), togethe ...

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Siemens in first greater China Order!

Siemens delivers power plant unit for combined cycle facility in Hong Kong. Siemens received an order from Castle Peak Power Company Limited(CAPCO) for the delivery of a power block for a new combined cycle unit in its Black Point Power Station in Tuen Mun, in the northwest of Hong Kong. This marks the first order for Siemens power plant components from Hong Kong in 20 years. CAPCO is a joint venture of Chi ...

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Asia needs more energy solutions

The Asia-Pacific region is at a turning point in its energy trajectory. The energy solutions that have fuelled growth in the region over the past few decades are no longer compatible with the sustainable development aspirations of our nations and their people. In transitioning to a new era of sustainable energy, policymakers across the region face complex decisions. Supplies must be secure and affordable, a ...

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Largest market for Water Pipe?

North America is the largest market for water and wastewater pipe, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific region is expected to be the fastest growing market. China and India hold the key for future market trends in water and wastewater market owing to increasing urban population, increase in living standards due to higher disposable income and high growth in the building and construction sector. ...

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Avantha in PLN contract win

Critical equipment for a project to improve the Indonesian transmission grid Transformers to be manufactured in CG’s world-class facility in Indonesia To be installed at more than 100 substations and power plants all over Indonesia Avantha Group Company CG has won a significant order of USD 105 million (INR 720 crore approx.) from PT PLN, the state-owned electricity company of Indonesia, to manufacture and ...

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Smart Solutions for Asia Pacific are Key!

The Asia-Pacific region is at a turning point in its energy trajectory. The energy solutions that have fuelled growth in the region over the past few decades are no longer compatible with the sustainable development aspirations of our nations and their people. In transitioning to a new era of sustainable energy, policymakers across the region face complex decisions. Supplies must be secure and affordable, a ...

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Shell powering petrol stations with CIS Solar

Oil and gas giant Shell is turning to solar energy to power its service stations in Thailand. The oil company recently launched its inaugural solar power retail system at the newly-built Shell service station in Chacheongsao province. The service station's two rooftops were equipped with 21.76kW CIS thin-film solar panels from Solar Frontier. All power generated will be for self-consumption, making the serv ...

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Marubeni & Itochu win Thailand Gas contract

Two Japanese firms, Marubeni and Itochu, have won a US$2.8 billion contract to build a 430-km gas pipeline in Thailand, state oil and gas monopoly PTT has said. The new pipeline will run from the Gulf of Thailand coast at Rayong to Nonthaburi Province north of Bangkok, PTT’s chief operating officer, Chavalit Punthong, said in a statement to media. Rayong is the receiving port for Thailand’s LNG imports and ...

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