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Trina Solar Completes Purchase of Nclave Renewables

Trina Solar Limited ("Trina Solar" or the "Company") announced that it has successfully closed the acquisition of Spain-based Nclave Renewable S.L. ("Nclave"), the world's leading solar tracker system manufacturer. This is the first time that a Chinese solar company has acquired a solar tracker producer outside of its home market, accelerating Trina Solar's strategic transformation from a leading PV product ...

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Why isn’t everyone using Renewable Energy?

Iceland isn't blessed with much wind or sunlight. Not only does that make vitamin D a commodity, it also means solar and wind power is hard to come by. And yet 100 percent of Iceland's electricity comes from renewables. Not 30 percent by 2025, like the US, or Australia's 23.5 percent by 2020 target. It's 100 percent renewable right now. Today. The heating and air conditioning of homes and office buildings: ...

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Asia Key Market For Siemens Turbine Sales

Siemens has identified Asia as an important future market as the rapidly developing region is in need of efficient and cost-effective power generation technologies – an area in which the German engineering giant prides itself as a leading global supplier. Thomas Hagedorn, head of sales for the Asia and Pacific region of the Siemens power and gas division, said Siemens’s latest HL-class turbines would be the ...

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US Shale based LNG Pours into Asia!

TOKYO -- Liquefied natural gas originating from the U.S. is flowing into Asia at an accelerating pace, with Japan becoming the most recent country to buy the fuel under a long-term contract. Japan will begin sourcing a sizable portion of its LNG from the U.S. to improve its energy security. Tokyo also seeks to alleviate pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump's administration to address their bilateral tr ...

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Pakistan & World Bank Begin Talks on Jammu & Kashmir Project

Pakistan and World Bank have started talks here over the recently-inaugurated Kishanganga hydropower project in Jammu and Kashmir, with Islamabad accusing New Delhi of violating the Indus Waters Treaty by setting up the dam.A four-member Pakistan delegation, led by Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf, arrived in Washington on Sunday for three-day talks aiming to convince the World Bank authorities to set up a cou ...

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