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Trilliant – Unethical, Oppressive & Unscrupulous Business Practices Court Documents State!

Trilliant - Unethical, Oppressive & Unscrupulous Business Practices Court Documents State! In the energy industry VAR agreements are common place especially for the major organisations. If they don’t have the technology available themselves, more often than not a VAR agreement is put in place with a provider that has what they need to enable their offering. Publicly available court documents filed in Ca ...

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Japan’s hidden hydropower country taps water for carbon neutrality

Japan's effort to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 has grassroots corporate support in a region where developers are unlocking potential for water and wind power. Starting last month, the Toyama-based regional lender Hokuriku Bank has been using only electricity generated by local hydropower for its data center in central Toyama Prefecture, about 260 km northwest of Tokyo. The bank became t ...

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80MW wind farm project in Kampot hits EdC price snag

French-owned The Blue Circle’s 80MW wind power investment project in Kampot province has hit an impasse, as its proposed $0.068 per kWh tariff rate for the national grid exceeds what state-run energy supplier Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) is willing to pay, according to a Ministry of Mines and Energy senior official. The Blue Circle specialises in wind farms and is the largest provider of renewable energy i ...

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Taiwan president says to scrutinise electricity management after outages

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen pledged on Tuesday to look into the tech powerhouse's electricity management after two major blackouts hit homes and businesses in less than a week, triggering criticism of the government's power policy. Taiwan, which hosts major chip makers such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (2330.TW), imposed power cuts on Monday evening following a spike in demand amid a heatw ...

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Why does a diversified energy sector need smaller RTUs?

 Smaller RTUs can gather data from sites that are too small for economic data collection by existing equipment. As the energy industry diversifies — often by connecting smaller power generation assets to the main grid — a problem has arisen. Traditional remote telemetry units (RTUs), used to monitor points where large generation plants connect with the grid, are often over ...

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Thailands largest private-owned Microgrid announced

Thai energy company Impact Solar has announced that it is developing Thailand’s largest private-owned microgrid in Sriracha. The 214MW microgrid will comprise gas turbines, rooftop solar and floating solar systems as power generation resources, and a battery storage and control system that will be provided by Hitachi ABB Power Grids. The battery will be controlled in real-time to optimise power output to me ...

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Voith Hydro and HYDROGRID successfully complete pilot phase of cooperation

Milestone in delivering the benefits of digitalization to the hydropower industry.Unique two-dimensional approach of combining asset health status information with optimal operational planning and dispatch.Strong demand for new digital product offering validated in selected European markets with global rollout to follow. HEIDENHEIM, GERMANY. Voith Hydro has taken the next step in delivering the benefit ...

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Forced labour at Chinese Solar Manufacturers?

A report Friday about China's solar energy industry alleges that Beijing is using forced labor in factories that export products to the rest of the world. The report from the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice at Sheffield Hallam University in England alleges that China forces ethnic Uyghurs and Kazakh citizens to work in factories that make solar panels and other products. Citing Chi ...

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ADB to Close doors not just on coal

A multilateral agency’s plan to stop financing new coal power plants will be meaningless if not matched with a strong push fo renewable energy (RE) sources, environmentalists said. The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) and the Center for Energy, Ecology and Development (CEED) fear without clear RE plans, other forms of fossil fuels will be pushed instead. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) i ...

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Insufficient momentum in Asia energy transition

Asia’s energy transition is underway but the pace has been insufficient to curb emissions. Reducing reliance on coal, accelerating the deployment of renewable energy sources, developing hydrogen and improving energy efficiency are areas key to lowering the region’s carbon footprint. Given its place in the global economy, Asia has a critical role in climate change mitigation and the de-carbonisation of the r ...

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