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Siemens Gamesa wins its largest onshore wind farm order in Vietnam

Siemens Gamesa will supply 29 wind turbines of its Siemens Gamesa 4.X platform in the 145 meters rotor diameter variant to new local independent power producer Hanbaram Wind Power. The 117 MW project reinforces Siemens Gamesa as a frontrunner in Vietnam’s fast-growing renewable energy market. The wind farm will generate enough electricity for close to a quarter of a million people in the Ninh Thuan province ...

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Total purchase 20% in Adani Solar

Total has bought 20% of solar developer Adani Green Energy (AGEL) from Adani Group, India’s leading infrastructure platform. The French energy giant described the transaction as another step in the strategic alliance between itself and Adani Group. Their relationship covers investments in LNG terminals, gas utility business, and renewable assets across India. In 2018, Total and Adani embarked on the energy ...

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Hyundai Motor Group Build Fuel Cell Plant in China

Hyundai Motor Group to build first overseas fuel cell system plant in China Hyundai Motor Group has signed an investment pact with the government of China's southern province of Guangdong to build its first overseas fuel cell system production plant in the country, the South Korean firm said on Friday. Hyundai Motor Group has signed an investment pact with the government of China's southern province of Guan ...

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Wärtsilä selected as a preferred supplier for AGL Energy’s up to 1,000 MW grid-scale energy storage plans

AGL Energy Limited, one of Australia’s leading integrated energy companies, has selected Wärtsilä as one of the two suppliers for their up to 1,000 MW grid-scale energy storage plans. Wärtsilä has signed a non-exclusive five-year Large Scale Storage System Frame Agreement to supply energy storage projects in partnership with AGL. This agreement will reduce tender timeframes for individual projects, enabling ...

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Shearwater Energy selects NuScale Power’s Small Modular technology for SMR wind-hybrid energy project

Shearwater and Nuscale sign a Memorandum of Understanding to investigate project Shearwater Energy Ltd., a United Kingdom-based hybrid clean energy company, is developing a wind-SMR (Small Modular Reactor) and hydrogen production hybrid energy project in North Wales. The project would provide 3 GWe of zero-carbon energy and is also expected to produce over 3 million kilograms of green hydrogen per year for ...

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Time to tap KP’s 30,000 MW hydropower potential for sustainable economic, industrial growth

Naturally blessed with enormous hydropower resources, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is a unique province where 30,000 Megawatt (MW) of hydropower potential has been identified that could easily meet the energy demands of domestic, agriculture and industrial sectors besides making Pakistan energy surplus. Out of 30,000 MW hydropower potential identified by the KP Energy Department, only 6,000 MW (33,000 Gigawatt h ...

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Laos villages transformed by Solar Power

For people living off-grid in remote villages in Laos, solar energy offers a clean, sustainable way to bring electricity for all, and the promise to transform their lives. In Ko Bong and Tha Phai Bai, in the center of the South East Asian country, only a small number of people used to benefit from electricity, provided by unreliable, polluting and expensive diesel generators, thus limiting the possibilities ...

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Sindh Govt: No new industrial units without effluent treatment plant

Karachi: The Sindh Government has made it compulsory for every new industry being established in the province to set up its own effluent treatment plant. The decision to this effect was reached at a meeting chaired by Sindh Law and Environment Adviser Barrister Murtaza Wahab to review the progress on implementing the environmental laws and regulations in the province. Sindh Environment adviser said on the o ...

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Tepco facing Blackouts

TOKYO -- Tepco Power Grid, the transmission unit of Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings, has asked commodities companies with private power generation equipment to help it provide electricity, as Japan faces a power outage, we learned Wednesday. A series of cold spells has caused a surge in demand for liquefied natural gas, or LNG, a fuel used to generate heat. As Japan faces a shortage of LNG, Tepco Power Gr ...

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Ørsted brings in renowned investors for Greater Changhua 1 Offshore Wind Farm

Global institutional investor CDPQ and experienced local investor Cathay PE will co-invest 50% of the 605MW Greater Changhua 1 Offshore Wind Farm. Global institutional investor CDPQ and experienced local investor Cathay PE will co-invest 50% of the 605MW Greater Changhua 1 Offshore Wind Farm.Ørsted will retain a 50% share ownership in the Greater Changhua 1 Offshore Wind Farm, as well as deliver the full co ...

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