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MNRE Launch New Energy Storage Push

According to a press statement released by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), India’s government is “making concerted efforts” to develop energy storage technologies to manage variable generation from renewable energy sources, including solar power. In this regard, an Expert Committee, chaired by the MNRE Secretary, proposed a draft called the National Energy Storage Mission (NESM), last year. ...

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Smart Transport & Energy Combine to Electrify our Future

In an increasingly IoT-connected world, Smart Energy and Smart Transportation are tightly linked. In fact, Smart Transportation isn’t possible without a Smart Energy component. “Smart” transportation has begun to imply “electrified” transportation: the move to battery-operated cars, trucks, motorcycles and soon other forms is well underway, with commercial trucking already adopting autonomous driving and on ...

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IBM Secure Multimillion $ Deal With Smart Energy Water

There will be some happy faces at IBM at the moment as the ‘Big Blue’ has secured a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract with Smart Energy Water (SEW). The latter company is a global energy and water cloud platform provider serving more than 150+ utilities across the world and intends to leverage the IBM Cloud for SEW platform global deployment over the next five years. SEW will be using the flexibilit ...

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The Future is Bright For Floating Solar in South East Asia

Thailand and Singapore among nations keen on such projects in land-scarce region BANGKOK • Solar power companies in South-east Asia that are competing for land with agriculture, industry and expanding populations have found an innovative alternative - to put floating panels in lakes, dams, reservoirs and the sea. Earlier this week, state utility Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) said it wo ...

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Nepal Hydropower Site Blasts Scare Workers!

After three blasts on Thursday at Nepal's under-construction hydropower project, which is being developed with the assistance of India, workers at the site have expressed fears on continuing work. The explosions on Thursday night by improvised devices at the Arun -3 hydropower project in the Sankhuwasabha district damaged a boomer used for the construction of the tunnel of the project being built. Prime Min ...

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MAN Showcases Solutions for Energy Storage and Synthetic-Fuel Production

 At the Energy Storage Europe trade fair in Duesseldorf (Germany) from March 12 to 14, MAN Energy Solutions will present an extensive portfolio of storage solutions, including Power-to-X applications, its ETES (Electro-Thermal Energy Storage) energy management system, as well as battery-storage and hybrid systems for decentralised energy generation. Dr. Uwe Lauber, CEO of MAN Energy Solutions ...

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FUGRO HELPS POWERCO DELIVER NEW ZEALAND’S ENERGY FUTURE

Powerco Limited, the largest electricity distributor in New Zealand by geographical area, has awarded Fugro a significant digital inspection programme for its vegetation and network assets. Much of Powerco’s overhead network, which was built over 50 years ago, is nearing the end of its useful life and has come under increasing pressure from regional network growth. Fugro w ...

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Increasing biogas CHP performance with new water removal technology with HRS Heat Exchangers

New water removal technology increases biogas CHP performance Malaysia has a huge potential to develop anaerobic digestion (AD) plants but if this potential is to be realised as a vibrant industry which is both economically and environmentally sustainable, then it is crucial that every part of every AD plant is optimised. While biomethane facilities are increasing in popularity, the vast majority of the wor ...

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Sulzer Schmid’s new technology platform slashes cost of drone-based rotor blade inspections

Sulzer Schmid’s new technology platform slashes cost of drone-based rotor blade inspections Zurich, Switzerland, 06 February 2019 – Sulzer & Schmid Laboratories AG, a Swiss company pioneering next-generation technology for the inspection of wind turbine rotor blades, announced today that it has launched a new highly competitive inspection platform. The company’s new 3DX™ HD product ...

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EBRD Fund 50MW Solar Project in Kazakhstan

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced the financing of a 50 MW solar power project in southern Kazakhstan. The proposed financing package arranged by the EBRD includes a local currency loan of up to  $40.4 million in Kazakhstan Tenge and a loan of up to $10 million from the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The new project, which will be located in Chulakkurgan, so ...

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