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Australia’s Sun Cable Project

Australia is the world’s third largest fossil fuels exporter – a fact that generates intense debate as climate change intensifies. While the economy is heavily reliant on coal and gas export revenues, these fuels create substantial greenhouse gas emissions when burned overseas. Australia doesn’t currently export renewable energy. But an ambitious new solar project is poised to change that.  The propose ...

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Will India become an Electricity driven economy?

While India is taking small steps towards electrifying vehicles, power minister Raj Kumar Singh believes that the country will eventually become an electricity-based economy, powered by renewable energy. Singh added that the entire power sector is going through a revolution, which will continue in the future as well. Speaking on the sidelines of an event hosted by Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), Sing ...

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Three Drivers for Energy Demand

Energy use will be increasingly efficient and less carbon intensive than it is today Policy. Technology. Consumer preferences. All three impact how the world uses energy. Each driver influences the other. The interplay between these can vary depending on local circumstances (available resources, public support) and can change over time. At ExxonMobil, we are continually studying energy demand and developing ...

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GE scoops 300MW prize in India

Sitac Kabini wind farm in Gujarat will feature 112 of the company's 2.7MW turbines GE Renewable Energy has received an order from the EDF-Sitac joint venture to supply and install 112 turbines at the 300MW Sitac Kabini wind farm in Gujarat, India. The project will feature 2.7MW units with with 132-metre rotors, which have been designed primarily at GE's technology centre in Bangalore, the company said. Sita ...

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Tender for the sale of Gas Turbines & Ancillaries

EDRA POWER HOLDINGS SDN BHD 201501039563 (1164881-X)REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (“RFEOI”) Edra Power Holdings Sdn Bhd (“Edra”) is one of South East Asia’s leading international independent power producers which owns and operates a diversified portfolio of power generation assets in Malaysia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates. For more information on Edra, please visit ...

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Powering up competitiveness in the UK

See how a 1200 MW cogeneration GTCC power plant in Hull, England, reduced fuel costs via a combination of digital control enhancements and hardware modifications to more precisely control its inlet guide vane and turbine cooling air fans. MHPS-TOMONI™ digital solutions helped reduce fuel costs by £400,000 and, more importantly, helped the plant compete more effectively in a challenging trading enviro ...

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Cleantech innovation in Singapore

How Canopy Power enables positive change and supports Southeast Asia's clean energy transition Adopting a customised renewable energy microgrid can enable notable growth in a business, besides supporting the transition to clean energy in Southeast Asia where power demand is on the rise. The rapidly growing economies of Southeast Asia, home to nearly a tenth of the world's population, means that power demand ...

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Gazprom expanding hydrogen into Asia

The Gazprom Management Committee took note of the information about the Company's international marketing strategy. It was highlighted that Gazprom is the largest gas supplier to Europe. In December, the Company started delivering pipeline gas to China. In addition, LNG from the Gazprom Group's portfolio is being supplied to the Asia-Pacific region and elsewhere. Gazprom's marketing strategy is aimed at mai ...

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Power sign 100MW Sri Lanka Contract

 Hong Kong listed VPower Group International Holdings Limited (VPower Group), a leading DPG station owner and operator in Asia, announced today (24 February) that the Group has entered into a power purchase agreement for two power projects with an aggregate planned installed capacity of 38.8MW in Sri Lanka recently. Together with the 54.9MW installed capacity of the renewed projects, VPower Group's tot ...

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