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Sunamp raises £4.5m to fund overseas expansion

Thermal energy storage firm Sunamp has raised £4.5 million in Series A funding to help support its international expansion. The investment round was led by a £3.2 million investment by Chilean venture capital firm Aurus Capital, with Scottish Investment Bank and existing private investors key participants in the round according to Sunamp. The funding will support its commercial scaling in the UK as well as ...

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Vestas top 1 GW installations in Vietnam

Vestas has topped 1GW of projects installed or under construction in Vietnam, after securing an additional 50MW order for the second phase of Hoa Binh 1 intertidal wind farm from Phuong Anh Group. The contract includes the supply and supervision of the installation of 13 V150-4.2MW turbines with 10 delivered in 3.8MW and three in 4.0 MW operating mode to optimise energy production for the site’s specific wi ...

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Genus Power makes history, supplies 1.5 million smart meters to EESL

Genus Power Infrastructures Ltd (Genus Power), the country’s  largest electricity metering solutions provider, becomes the first company in Asia Pacific to achieve the milestone of supplying 1.5M Smart Meters to EESL (Energy Efficiency Services Ltd), bearing a testimony of the manufacturing capability of an Indian company for such an advance meter amid global competition. Genus Power is the largest sup ...

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Elcogen, E&KOA and P&P Energytech sign Collaboration Agreement to commercialize SOFC system for Korean market

Elcogen, E&KOA and P&P Energytech will work together to commercialize Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) power system for the commercial building market in South Korea and outsideElcogen will supply commercial SOFC cellsE&KOA will supply commercial SOFC stacksP&P Energytech will integrate and bring 10 kW SOFC system to mass market within 3 years Elcogen, an European manufacturer of the world’s mos ...

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Hydropower Station, powering agricultural development in Stung Treng

Lower Sesan II Hydropower Station, which is operated and managed by the firm China Huaneng Group, is located on the mainstream of the Sanhe River in Cambodia’s northeastern Stung Treng province. The formation of the reservoir serves a dual purpose: aside from helping water storage during Cambodia’s dry and rainy seasons, it also promotes agricultural development in the area for the benefit of the local comm ...

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Impact of COVID-19 on Industrial Wastewater Treatment Market

Industrial Wastewater Treatment Market: Key Highlights The global industrial wastewater treatment market was valued at around US$ 89 Bn in 2018, and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of more than 5% during the forecast period.The power end-use industry segment accounted for a prominent share of the global industrial wastewater treatment market in 2018. This led to an increase in the adoption of i ...

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Smart grid: standards of power utility automation with multiple vendors

Industrial software supplier, COPA-DATA launched a new webinar series for the energy sector, with the second session taking place on Tuesday, August 11th. The IEC 61850 masterclass will help engineers understand how COPA-DATA’s software platform, zenon, supports power utility automation with multi-vendor systems. Pascal Schaub, director and principal engineer of DT Partners in Australia, kick ...

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Graphene Perovskite Solar Cells (PSC) Improve Solar Implementation

                               Imagine the environmental benefits if we could all simply paint solar cells onto the roof of our houses, or onto any surface for that matter. We could do this using perovskite solar cells (PSC), but, due to their instability, they have not yet been widely introduced. Now, researchers from the  ...

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Covid energy plunge shrinking coal development in Asia

Travel restrictions and obstruction of supplies borne out of the pandemic have fast-tracked the drop in new coal in a region considered one of the strongest growth markets for dirty energy, a new Global Energy Monitor report has found. The construction of the Dinginin power station, also known as the Mariveles power plant, has been heavily opposed by residents living near the site as there are already ...

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Vestas wins service agreement for Pililla Project in Philippines

Vestas has secured an agreement with Vena Energy to service its 54 MW Gamesa turbines at Pililla Wind Project in Philippines. Courtesy of Vestas  The agreement is the company’s first full scope multi-brand service deal in the country, leveraging its extensive experience from servicing 3.6 GW Gamesa turbines globally, including Taiwan in the Asia Pacific region. The Pililla Wind project is located 50 kilomet ...

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