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Power management investments in Singapore set to increase, with focus on intelligent power management software solutions

Businesses are mainly concerned about operational and cost efficiencies but also recognize the importance of pivoting to renewables Singapore, A new report by global power management company Eaton found that one in three (33%) companies in Singapore increased their investments in power management due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a trend that was also observed in other markets in Asia-Pacific (APAC) such as Aus ...

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LS Cable and System Asia to Supply Undersea Cables to Vietnam

LS Cable and System Asia announced on March 23 that LS-VINA, its subsidiary in Vietnam, will supply undersea cables for an offshore wind farm project in Tan Phu Dong, southern Vietnam. The client is Power Construction Joint Stock Co. No.1 (PCC1), a plant construction company in Vietnam. The order amounts to about US$5 million and delivery will be made within 2021. "Vietnam plans to secure wind power capacit ...

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TBM Ready for Work at Webuild’s Hydropower Project in Australia

Webuild and its partners in the Future Generation joint-venture celebrated with Snowy Hydro Ltd. the commissioning of the first of three technologically advanced tunnel-boring machines (TBMs) assigned to Snowy 2.0, a major milestone. As the largest renewable energy project in Australia, Snowy 2.0 will expand Snowy Hydro’s network of hydro power stations to support the country’s transition to a low-carb ...

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1.2 GW Power Project for GE in Malaysia

GE Power has won an order for 1.2 GW of power equipment in Malaysia. The 1.2 GW Pulau Indah Power plant being built by the consortium of Posco Engineering & Construction (POSCO), Mitsubishi Corp. and PEC Powercon Sdn. Bhd. will be powered by GE’s HA gas turbine technology and will consist of a two-block combined cycle power plant. Additionally, for the Pulau Indah Power Plant project in Selangor, Malays ...

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Banishing Coal in India to reach Net-Zero goals

India must phase out its coal-fired power plants by the middle of this century to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by that time, according to a new report on the challenges that’ll be posed in setting more ambitious climate targets. The nation will need to progressively reduce coal’s share in electricity generation, currently at about 65%, and remove it altogether by 2050, according to the report p ...

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JGC receives permission to build utility-scale solar-plus-storage power plant in Mongolia

A consortium led by Japanese engineering company JGC Holdings has been awarded the contract to build Mongolia's first utility-scale solar-plus-storage power plant by the country's energy ministry. The 5 MW/3.6 MWh power plant will reportedly be built in partnership with Mongolian EPC contractor MCS International LLC and Japanese ceramics company and network attached storage (NAS) provider NGK Insulators Ltd ...

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China shatters record for Wind energy installations in 2020

The numbers are in, and China seems to have shattered the world record for new wind energy installation in 2020. That’s based on analysis by the Brussels-based Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), which estimates the country’s total new installed wind capacity at 52 GW – the most ever installed in a single year anywhere on Earth, and twice what it installed in 2019. Feng Zhao, the head of market intelligence ...

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Wärtsilä converting power plant to run on natural gas

Wärtsilä will carry out the conversion of a Taiwanese power plant from its current reliance on heavy fuel oil (HFO) to operate on natural gas. The cogeneration plant, located in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, was originally equipped in 1998 with three Wärtsilä 46 engines. As part of the conversion project, these will be changed to three Wärtsilä 50DF dual-fuel engines providing a power output of 32 MW. The electrici ...

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Laos Grants 25-Year Power Grid Concession to Chinese-Majority Firm

The deal will deepen China’s involvement in the Lao government’s goal of transforming itself into the “battery of Southeast Asia.” Earlier this week, the government of Laos and a majority Chinese-owned company signed a 25-year concession agreement that allows the company to build and manage a large part of the country’s power grid. According to a report by Radio Free Asia’s Lao service, the company, Electri ...

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Pacific Green Enters Exclusive Agreement to Develop 1.1GW of UK Based Battery Energy Storage Projects

Pacific Green Technologies, Inc. (the "Company" or "PGTK", (OTCQB:PGTK)) announces that it has entered into an exclusive agreement to develop up to 1,100MW of battery energy storage systems ("BESS") in the United Kingdom ("UK") sourced by TUPA Energy Limited ("TUPA"). As part of the TUPA agreement, the Company has also today acquired the rights to 100MW of BESS in Kent, UK, and plans to conclude the remaini ...

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