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L3 MAPPS Signs Seven-Year Support Agreement for Tihange 1 Full Scope Simulator

L3 MAPPS Signs Seven-Year Support Agreement for Tihange 1 Full Scope Simulator  L3 MAPPS announced today that it has signed a seven-year agreement with ENGIE Electrabel to provide support services for the Tihange 1 full scope simulator located at the Tihange nuclear power plant in Huy, Belgium. “L3 MAPPS is very pleased that ENGIE Electrabel has the confidence in us to support the Tihange 1 simulator,” said ...

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Schneider & NGK Conclude MOU

Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, along with NGK INSULATORS, LTD., the worldwide leader of manufacturing advanced ceramic products, announced on November 8 the conclusion of a memorandum of understanding (MOU). Under the MOU, the two companies will explore global opportunities to jointly market NGK's NAS (R) battery and Schneider Electric's inverte ...

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Finland Supporting Vietnams Clean Energy Projects

“Finland is a world leader in waste-to-energy technology, and this has proven to be a segment of singular interest to Vietnam,” said Saku Liuksia, Finpro’s programme manager of waste-to-energy and bioenergy. Saku was the leader of a delegation of 16 Finnish exhibitors to Vietwater 2017 expo ended in Ho Chi Minh City on November 10. “Vietnam has long struggled with issues of waste management, with a recent s ...

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Chinese Solar Manufacturers Refocus On Asia

China's big solar panel manufacturers are pushing hard for market share in Japan, threatening to edge out local manufacturers as cost-conscious solar plant operators are enticed by the lower prices Chinese producers offer. Companies such as JinkoSolar Holding and Trina Solar sense an opening for their low-cost products, as plant operators in Japan look to cut spending in response to a change in the country' ...

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Malaysias largest CCGT Plant ready for 2021

Malaysia's largest combined cycle gas turbine power plant in Alor Gajah, Malacca is expected to begin operations in 2021. Edra Power Holdings Sdn Bhd chief operations officer Mohamad Nor Ali, said the 2,242-megawatt (MW) combined cycle gas turbine power plant project was on track. He said the company commenced the preliminary work back in March and today, the site was ready for construction and is a month a ...

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Nexif Energy Moves forward with Lincoln Gap Wind Farm

Nexif Energy, an independent power producer in Australia and Southeast Asia, has announced that it has reached financial close for the first stage of the Lincoln Gap Wind Farm in Australia. “As a new, independent participant to the Australian market, we are excited to implement an innovative contracting strategy that will not only provide renewable power to thousands of Australian homes but also optimise th ...

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Indonesia & China’s Energy Agreement

Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan signed an agreement with China to strengthen cooperation in the energy sector on the sidelines of the fifth Indonesia-China Energy Forum (ICEF V) in Jakarta on Monday. China was represented by National Energy Administration director Nur Bekri. “We welcome foreign investment on the basis of the mutual benefit principle,” Jonan said at the JW Marriot Hotel ...

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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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