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Rolls Royce Strengthens Tominaga Partnership in Japan

ROLLS-ROYCE STRENGTHENS PARTNERSHIP WITH TOMINAGA IN JAPAN Tominaga & Co., Ltd. is the new MTU distributor in Japan for the marine, rail, C&I and oil & gas segments Three workshops and test stands ensure the aftersales support FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, GERMANY – Rolls-Royce Power Systems and Japanese company Tominaga & Co., Ltd. are to work closely in the future on serving the marine, O&G, rail a ...

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Engie & Abraaj Partner to build Indian Wind Farm

French energy firm Engie SA and Dubai’s private equity firm Abraaj Group on Wednesday announced a partnership to build a wind power platform in India. “Together, Abraaj and Engie have identified a robust pipeline of wind power projects representing over 1 GW (gigawatt) in several key states,” the companies said in a joint statement. Foreign investments are crucial for India’s renewable energy industry as th ...

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Veolia’s Solutions Visible At Powergen Asia

Showcasing two of its proven technologies for the Power industry, Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) is exhibiting at Power-Gen Asia 2017 to create greater awareness about the benefits that its Actiflo clarifier and Hydrotech microscreen filters can offer to industry players. From 19-21 September 2017 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Veolia will reaffirm the company’s commit ...

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Trilliant Wins Frost & Sullivan Smart Grid Company Award

Trilliant, a global provider of IoT and smart energy communications solutions, has been awarded the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Southeast Asia Smart Grid Solutions Company of the Year. The award, based on analysis of companies offering end-to-end smart grid solutions in Southeast Asia, recognized Trilliant's emergence as a market leader with remarkable growth and expansion of its customer base. The Company of ...

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MHPS Sees Strong Gas Turbine Demand in SEA

Japanese gas turbine producer Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) expects stronger demand in Southeast Asia for high efficiency coal and gas turbines due to low input prices for the fuels making such investment more attractive. Although the company has been struggling to meet annual sales goals since the merger in 2014 of the power units of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd and Hitachi Ltd, the partnershi ...

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China Ahead on Pakistan Plant Construction

China is racing to finish one of the biggest hydropower projects in Pakistan ahead of schedule, yet its location in the long-contested region of Kashmir will draw ire from India. Construction of the 720MW Karot power station on the Jhelum river began in December and looked set to finish nine months ahead of its December 2021 completion date, a first for a Pakistan hydro-project, said Qin Guobin, chief execu ...

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Siemens Gamesa Surge Forward in Latin America

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy cements its leadership in Latin America with a 97-MW supply order in Argentina • The company will install 28 of its G132-3.465 MW wind turbines at a complex being developed in the province of La Rioja, in western Argentina. • This project marks a milestone for the company as Argentina is a key market with tremendous potential in wind power. • This is the first South American ...

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ADB Funds $152 Million to Upgrade Nepal’s Transmission Network

The Asian Development Bank will provide a USD 152 million to Nepal for the implementation and enhancement of its power transmission and distribution, officials said here today. The Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Nepal’s Ministry of Finance signed the loan agreement in Kathmandu. The aid will be granted to the Power Transmission and Distribution Efficiency Enhancement Project (PTDEEP) which su ...

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IoT Upgrades for Asia’s Power Sector

Southeast Asian countries are adopting cutting-edge information technology to improve the efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of fossil fuel power plants that the region relies on to meet surging energy demand. Japanese trading house Marubeni and Global Power Synergy Co., an affiliate of Thailand's national oil company PTT, have reached a basic agreement to install sensors at existing power plant ...

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Hydro Boom Continues in Laos

Laos signs on for hydro sustainability study while building boom continues Efforts to improve the environmental and social sustainability of southeast Asia's hydropower sector took a step forward this week with the signing of an agreement by the Lao People's Democratic Republic and International Finance Corporation. The partnership will launch what the IFC calls Lao PDR's "first cumulative impact assessment ...

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