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Vestas Backing Asian Super Hub

Vestas is part of team planning to develop an up to 6GW wind and solar hybrid plant in Australia that would export electricity to Indonesia via an undersea cable. The Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH), which is proposed for Western Australia’s East Pilbara region, is being developed by the Danish company, CWP Energy Asia and InterContinental Energy. The partners said onshore and offshore development studies ...

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$3.4 Climate Investment Opportunities in South East Asia

South Asia's ambitious plans to meet its climate targets under the Paris Agreement represent $3.4 trillion worth of investment opportunities in cities and infrastructure by 2030, according to Climate Investment Opportunities in South Asia, a new report by IFC released today by IFC, a member of the World Bank Group. Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, which represent 7.38 percent of glo ...

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Chinese Belt & Road Initiative Suffers Due to Hydro Project

In May 2017, a number of memoranda of understanding were signed between China and Pakistan to construct several hydropower projects along the Indus River. The projects, known as the North Indus Cascade, include the development of five hydropower projects with a cumulative hydropower generation of 22 thousand megawatts. As a part of its regional investment, China pledged US$50 billion to the North Indus Casc ...

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GE Wins Order For 100MW Plant in Shahjibazar

GE Power today said it has bagged an order from Jiangsu Etern Company Ltd to supply its latest gas turbine for an upcoming 100 MW plant at Shahjibazar in Bangladesh. The order, worth multi-million US dollars, includes supplying gas turbine equipment and providing related services for installation, testing and commissioning, a GE Power statement said. The project is expected to be commissioned in the second ...

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CHEM Supplies Vodafones Base Station Power in India

Chung-hsin Electric and Machinery Manufacturing Corp (CHEM, 中興電工) has signed a 10-year, US$100 million deal with Vodafone Group PLC to supply electricity for the UK telecom’s base stations in northeastern India, a company executive said yesterday. “The deal marks significant progress for the company after it entered the Indian market two years ago,” CHEM chief strategy officer and chief operating officer Jo ...

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Energy Tycoon Plans $4.6 Billion Spend in SEA Energy Boom

Gulf Energy Development Pcl’s billionaire founder Sarath Ratanavadi plans 150 billion baht ($4.6 billion) of investment in power plants over the next four years after the company’s listing this month. The initial public offering’s proceeds will help fund some of the outlay, with the rest coming from loans, Sarath, the company’s chief executive officer, said in an interview in his Bangkok office. His net wor ...

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Vestas Expands APAC Leadership Team

Company Expands Leadership Team and Aligns Organization for Increased Growth Vestas Australia, the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy – today announced the appointment of Peter Cowling as Country Head /VP, Sales Australia and New Zealand. Vestas’ ANZ footprint reflects the company’s track record, ambition and growth. Vestas in Australia already has a 2,931 MW installed base and ...

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Will This Be The Worlds Largest Floating Solar PV Plant?

A unit of Indonesian power utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) on Tuesday agreed with United Arab Emirates company Abu Dhabi Future Energy Co (Masdar) to develop what they said could become the world's largest floating photovoltaic plant. Masdar and PLN unit PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali (PJB) will build a 200-megawatt floating photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Cirata dam, owned by PJB, in West Java, at a co ...

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Kohlers KD Series Continues Global Expansion

KD Series of Industrial Generators Continues to Expand Globally Strong market response fuels previously-announced line extension   KOHLER, Wis. – November 20, 2017 – When the KD Series large diesel industrial generators were unveiled in October of 2016, KOHLER and KOHLER-SDMO also announced the planned expansion for the new line, which would eventually grow to encompass generators as large as 4200kVA (50Hz) ...

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Himoinsa Power Cubes With FPT Engines

New HIMOINSA Power Cubes with FPT engines The company has developed seven new models of the Power Cube generator set with FPT engines and an electric radiator with a frequency changer to optimise the generator's fuel consumption. HIMOINSA adds seven new models with FPT engines to its Power Cube generator sets, supplying between 411kVA and 579kVA for the 50Hz and 60Hz markets. Their electric radiator has bee ...

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