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Changes at Enel top management

Enel S.p.A. (“Enel”) announces the following changes in management positions, which will take effect as from October 1st, 2020 and were presented today to the Board of Directors by the Chief Executive Officer/General Manager: Global Infrastructure and Networks - Antonio Cammisecra will head this business line, leaving the position of Head of the Global Power Generation business line and the Africa, Asia and ...

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Brahmaputra Dams – China V India

Both the 12th and 13th Five-Year Plans adopted by the Chinese State Council have called for large-scale expansion of hydropower projects in the southwest, including all three provinces of Tibet. The Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra River) is one of the main international rivers identified for hydropower expansion in Tibet. Jiacha Dam to begin operation next month This is the second large hyd ...

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Australia fast track Worlds largest solar-battery project

Australia’s federal government has announced that it will fast-track an ambitious A$22bn ($16bn) 10GW/30GWh solar/battery project that will send 24-hour renewable electricity to Singapore via a 4,500km cable. Angus Taylor, minister for energy and emissions reduction, granted “major project status” to developer Sun Cable’s Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL) project in Australia’s Northern Territory, which ess ...

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BCPG to invest in 600-MW wind project in Laos

Thai renewable energy group BCPG Pcl (BKK:BCPG) plans to invest in a 600-MW wind project in Laos that would be the largest such facility in the ASEAN. The renewable energy arm of Bangchak Corporation Pcl (BKK:BCP) is acquiring, through its unit Impact Energy Asia Development Co, a 45% stake in the Swan wind project, thus leaving a controlling interest of 55% to Impact Electrons Siam, according to a report b ...

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Asia Reassesses Energy Transition Strategies, Accelerates Digital Transformation

Economic and social developments present grid modernization and expansion opportunities in Asia Grid resilience and renewable energy integration remain core investment areas in Asia as the region continues to increase its power grid capacity to support surging energy demand created by industrialization and economic developments. “Asia’s power leaders are reassessing theirr energy transition strate ...

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Taiwan Excellence Launches New “Water” Experience

Taiwan - As the spread of COVID-19 slows down, it seems that a "New Normal" has been established in our lives. When "epidemic prevention" became a topic of discussion in our lives, we began to focus our attention on the basic elements of our homes such as water and air. The use of water in our everyday life is ever-changing. Taiwan Excellence is bringing you a new "water" experience. Even as the pandemic su ...

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CIP partners on 3.5GW Vietnamese offshore plan

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Binh Thuan People’s Committee to develop an offshore wind farm off the coast of Vietnam The 3.5GW La Gan project off Binh Thuan will be one of the first large-scale offshore farms in Vietnam. The project will be led by CIP's CI New Markets Fund I, together with Asiapetro and Novasia. The CI New Markets Fund I has be ...

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Toshiba’s MW Fuel Cells can power a factory!

Toshiba is set to roll out a hydrogen-powered fuel cell system capable of generating enough electricity to power 1,000 homes, or an entire factory or hospital in a boost to a government push of the zero-emission energy source. Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions has developed a 1 megawatt system consisting of at least 10 of its existing 100kW hydrogen fuel cells and will start selling it as early as this ...

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Solar breakthrough creates electricity from invisible light

Two major breakthroughs in solar cell technology could vastly improve the way energy is harvested from the sun. The two studies, published in Nature Energy and Nature Photonics, will transform the efficiency and significantly reduce the cost of producing solar cells, scientists say. The first breakthrough involves “upconverting” low energy, non-visible light into high energy light in order to ...

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PETRONAS New Energy Teams Up With NEFIN Group to Power 15 Tesco Stores in Malaysia with Renewable Energy

Following the launch of its first solar rooftop solution, M+ by PETRONAS last year, PETRONAS New Energy is now set to grow in the domestic renewable energy space with its first commercial customer, Tesco Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (Tesco). In delivering its commitment to Tesco, PETRONAS New Energy has collaborated with NEFIN Group, a regional renowned bespoke solar developer, and formed a joint-venture ...

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