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Enercons New Taiwan Office

An initial team of 10 people is due to grow to 30 in the coming years, adding to the 70 technicians already working in the service stations in the Asia-Pacific region, the company said. Since 2001, Enercon has installed more than 217 turbines totalling over 440MW in Taiwan, and has a market share of nearly 70%, it added. Enercon will manage all its Asian activities from the Taipei branch to "ensure a higher ...

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Water-The Life Blood Of Human Existence

Water is the lifeblood of human existence. For densely populated places such as Hong Kong, the issues and challenges go beyond simply finding water sources to satisfy each household. It is also about recycling, reusing, processing sewage, desalination and flood prevention. At 'Smart Sponge City - Self Sustainable Water Cycle', part of Friday's 'Eco Asia Conference' at Eco Expo Asia (10/27-30), experts from ...

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MAIF Plans Entry To India’s Solar Market

After investments in India’s thermal power market, Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund (MAIF) is now planning entry into India’s rapidly growing solar power market. According to media reports, Hindustan Powerprojects Limited is planning to sell off some of its solar power assets to MAIF as the former looks to expand its solar base globally. Hindustan Powerprojects confirmed the development to an Indian busin ...

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How Many of SEA Clean Energy Projects Are Unbankable?

Renewable energy could bring electricity to the 65 million people in Southeast Asia without it—if industry and governments can improve market regulations and the bankability of renewables projects. Speakers at the Asia Clean Energy Summit in Singapore last week noted that Southeast Asia is a market ripe for renewable energy development. Rapidly emerging economies, a favourable climate for solar and wind ene ...

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Transformer Blast Kills 14 in India

The death toll in a transformer blast in India's western state of Rajasthan on Wednesday (Nov 1) rose to 14, China's Xinhua news agency reported officials as saying. Seven people are undergoing treatment in hospital after the explosion. The blast took place on Tuesday in Khatloi village of Shahpura, near Jaipur city, the capital of Rajasthan. According to officials, the transformer blasted while people had ...

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