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Are Dams threatening a way of life in Mekong Countries?

The operation of dams along the Mekong River is exacerbating conditions in a particularly dry year and choking off a lifeline for Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Meteorologists in Thailand forecast that 2019 will turn out to be the driest in at least a decade. In the Lower Mekong countries of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, many are also pointing their fingers north to China and Laos for "switchin ...

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Wartsila’s 100MWh Pathfinder Project

Wärtsilä remains tight-lipped on the exact location of a hybrid power plant 100MW / 100MWh energy storage in Southeast Asia which will “leverage abundant wind and solar resources”. The company has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with an unnamed customer. Wärtsilä SE Asia regional director Nicholas Leong said that the project “will help the Association of Southeast Asian Na ...

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Water Utilities Offering Smart Solutions Have an Edge in Providing End-to-End Solutions

Urbanisation and economic growth to generate significant revenue opportunities in Asia-Pacific, finds Frost & Sullivan With the rise of digitalisation, water utility and industrial customers are expected to transition from conventional lab-based quality analysis to real-time and online smart water sensormeasurement. Water utilities are choosing smart water meters enabled by automated metering infra ...

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Singapore well-positioned to build a sustainable, smart-energy future

ENERGY is ubiquitous - the largely unseen force powering individuals, businesses and economies in myriad ways. Digital technologies too, are now deeply embedded in everyday life. Where the two meet is also where the most exciting possibilities for today's global power sector arise. Singapore - given its push to be a Smart Nation powered by digital innovation - is well placed to realise these possibilities, ...

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NET Power Build Zero-Carbon Gas Plants!

NET Power, a utility set up in 2010, is building zero-carbon natural gas-fired power plants in the United States and abroad and plans on making them cheap enough in the future to compete with traditional fossil fuel power plants. Forbes’s Jeff McMachon reports that the company revealed its multiple projects, which involve carbon capture, at a workshop organized by the National Laboratories of Sciences, Engi ...

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Greenko Raise $950 mn in Green Bond Sale

NEW DELHI: In one of the largest overseas green bonds raised by an Indian clean energy producer, GIC Holdings Pte. Ltd and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) backed Greenko Energy Holdings raised $950 million on Monday. The bond raise followed after the two sovereign wealth funds agreed to pump in an additional $329 million in Greenko Energy Holdings. Mint reported about the proposed bond raise on 17 Jul ...

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ArcVera Renewables Reach 100% Mean Accuracy

ArcVera Renewables’ Study Proves Its Wind Energy Resource Assessments Reach 100% Mean Accuracy ArcVera Renewables found in an in-depth study across 3.5GW of projects that its specialist wind energy resource assessment techniques have effectively led to 100% energy yield prediction accuracy, considerably reducing wind project financing risks. Golden, Colorado, July 24th 2019 – ArcVera Ren ...

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Powering Singapore With Australian Solar

he desert outside Tennant Creek, deep in the Northern Territory, is not the most obvious place to build and transmit Singapore’s future electricity supply. Though few in the southern states are yet to take notice, a group of Australian developers are betting that will change. If they are right, it could have far-reaching consequences for Australia’s energy industry and what the country sells to the world. K ...

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Dasu Hydropower Projects has land acquisition approved

Executive Committee of the National Economic Council has approved the revision in cost of land acquisition and built up property of Dasu Hydropower Project. The meeting of the ECNEC was held in Islamabad on Monday with Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance Dr. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh presided in the chair. The chair also directed that the Ministry of Law may be requested to give its opinion in a week's time ...

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