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Tanaka wins award for fuel cell catalysts

 TANAKA Holdings Co., Ltd. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Koichiro Tanaka) announced today that TANAKA Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director & CEO: Koichiro Tanaka), which operates the TANAKA Precious Metals manufacturing business, has won the "Award in Industry" under the FY2019 FCDIC Honoring System, which is run by the ...

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Schlumberger, IBM and Red Hat Announce Major Hybrid Cloud Collaboration for the Energy Industry

Schlumberger, IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Red Hat, announced today a collaboration to accelerate digital transformation across the oil and gas industry. The joint initiative will provide global access to Schlumberger's leading exploration and production (E&P) cloud-based environment and cognitive applications by leveraging IBM's hybrid cloud technology, built on the Red Hat OpenShift container platfor ...

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B&W Announce Asia-Pacific Growth

Opens Region Headquarters in Perth, AustraliaNick Carter Named Managing DirectorHigh-Growth Region Has $8 Billion Addressable Market Babcock & Wilcox has named Nick Carter Managing Director of its Asia-Pacific Region (Photo: Business Wire) Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) (NYSE: BW) announced today that it is establishing its Asia-Pacific Region headquarters in Perth, Australia, to serve as the center of ...

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China leads bids for Solar in Myanmar

 Myanmar is expected to announce the winners of tenders for a raft of solar power plants ahead of general elections in November and following a process whose onerous conditions threw obstacles in front of international companies, except, somehow, those from China, from where more than half of the bids came. After sitting on numerous solar plant proposals for years, the National League for Democrac ...

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Need to Upgrade Asia’s Hydropower Plants

A new study has identified decades-old hydropower stations across Asia that could contribute to the region’s clean energy goals if they were significantly upgraded. The research by the International Hydropower Association (IHA), conducted for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), says that 66 hydropower stations across 19 countries could be ripe for modernisation, at an estimated investment ...

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Has China infected the US power grid?

China and “probably one or two other” countries can shut down the U.S. power grid through a cyberattack. This disturbing revelation was made by Admiral Michael Rogers, former head of the National Security Agency, to Congress – in November 2014. China has also become the world’s leading supplier of transformers – the “spine” of electricity grids -- according to a 2014 U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) rep ...

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GE Wins 2 new Wind projects in Vietnam

This order includes two wind turbine contracts for two 30 MW wind farms in the Mekong Delta, southern Vietnam. GE will supply a total of 12 5MW-158 Cypress wind turbines, its largest onshore wind turbine technology. These two contracts include the supply and commissioning of the two wind farms. GE Renewable Energy announced that it has secured two 30 MW contracts to supply a total of 12 units of GE’s 5 ...

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Mitsubishi Power Rebrand begins

・ The rebrand signals the next stage in the company’s journey to grow as an energy solutions provider leading the decarbonization, digitization and delivery of reliable power globally.・ As a major wholly owned subsidiary of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group, Mitsubishi Power will work even more closely with its sister companies to tap new verticals and build on investments in digital solutions, hydrogen ...

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