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Indonesia to add 41GW of electrical power in 10 years

The Indonesian government plans to build power plants with a capacity of up to 41 gigawatts (GW) over the next 10 years, according to the draft Power Procurement Plan (RUPTL) of state-owned electricity distributor Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN).  According to general director for electricity Rida Mulyana, the Indonesian government this year is targeting an additional, including 5GW from mine mouth pow ...

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Clenergy Signs an Agreement on a 150MW Solar Portfolio with Government of Kongtong District

Daniel Hong, CEO at Clenergy (Fifth from the left) / Xiaolin Zhao, Director of the Kongtong District Government and Deputy Secretary of the Kongtong District Committee (Sixth from the right)  Clenergy has signed an agreement on a 150MW solar portfolio with the local government in Kongtong, a district located in the city of Pingliang, Gansu province, China. Representatives ...

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Nexif Energy and RATCH form wind power partnership

Nexif Energy, the Australian and South East Asian power company, backed by Denham Capital has announced that it has formed a 50:50 partnership with RATCH Group for construction and operation of its Nexif Energy Ben Tre wind power generation project (NEBT) in Vietnam. This is the second project Nexif Energy is undertaking with RATCH Group after forging a successful partnership last year on the Rayong Co-Gene ...

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Beijing Boosts its Position as a “Himalayan Hegemon” Through Hydropower

Introduction China’s building of ambitious hydropower and water diversion projects, and increasing focus on the Himalayan ecosystem as a critical developmental resource, has increased tensions with its regional neighbors, particularly India. The Chinese state contractor PowerChina in November 2020 announced plans for a 60-gigawatt dam on the Yarlung Tsangpo (雅鲁藏布, yalu zangbu) (Global Times, November 29, 20 ...

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Mammoet Minimizes Downtime for Gas-Fired Power Station Maintenance Project

The first time an exhaust silencer replacement was lifted in a single piece Mammoet has completed the replacement of a matured exhaust silencer for a gas turbine, at a gas-fired power station in Victoria, Australia. Removal of this 305t exhaust silencer was completed in a single lift. Therefore, this reduced the amount of time our client, an Australian energy company needed for their operations to be s ...

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Scotra awarded FPV construction project for Taiwan Wushantou Hydroelectric dam

SCOTRA CO., LTD. (CEO Lee, jong mok), a specialized company in FPV (Floating PV) system, was awarded an order on May 31 for a large-scale FPV system project that will be constructed in Wushantou hydroelectric power dam (Operated by Taiwan Power Corp.) in Tainan city, Taiwan. This project is Taiwan’s largest FPV system construction project in hydroelectric dam by Water Resources Agency, Ministry of Economic ...

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Siemens Gamesa’s crucial role in the green energy transition is recognized with top S&P Global Ratings ESG evaluation

       Siemens Gamesa's crucial role in the green energy transition is recognized with top S&P Global Ratings ESG evaluation S&P highlights Siemens Gamesa’s cutting edge technological solutions to tackle green energy challenges and bring significant environmental benefits to its customersThe company achieved a final score of 84/100 and is ranked #5 worldwide and #1 in Spain. ...

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Wärtsilä finalises commissioning of its first two Energy Storage projects in the Philippines

The technology group Wärtsilä has signed multiple energy storage contracts with SMC Global Power Holdings Inc. through its subsidiary, Universal Power Solutions Inc., in the Philippines during 2019-2020. The first two projects, Integrated Renewable Power Hub-Toledo and BCCPP, Limay, Bataan, have achieved final commissioning in May. The projects have a capacity of 20 MW / 20 MWh and 40 MW / 40MWh respectivel ...

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