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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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Use of green methane in transport and power generation – researchers and industry present interim results of the MethanQuest project

New technologies for producing gas from renewable sources -– from PEM to direct seawater electrolysisTesting of hydrogen, methanol and methane for use in ships, cars and power generationSector coupling concept with LNG hub and microgrid in Rhine port of Karlsruhe. The flagship project MethanQuest was launched in September 2018, and on it a total of 29 partners from research, industry and the energy sector h ...

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MYTILINEOS is extending its global partnership with Huawei

Following the successful cooperation with the Renewables and Storage Development (RSD) Business Unit of MYTILINEOS (METKA EGN) in Greece, Huawei extends its business partnership with MYTILINEOS globally, signing a memorandum of cooperation regarding the supply of innovative and reliable Huawei string inverters, for PV plants including but not limited to the UK, Uzbekistan, Spain and Cypr ...

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Aurecon appoints internationally recognised hydropower and dams expert Bill Hakin

International engineering, design and advisory company Aurecon has appointed hydropower and dams expert Bill Hakin who has a track record of successfully delivering water and power infrastructure and security projects for communities around the world.  Aurecon’s Managing Director Energy, Resources & Water Paul Gleeson said that Mr Hakin’s experience in the delivery of large and complex hydropower, ...

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Black & Veatch guides another wind energy deal to successful close in Europe

Technical due diligence insights for BayWa’s acquisition of 50 MW Scottish wind farm provides the execution certainty to conclude purchase Guildford, Surrey, UK (18 March 2021) BayWa’s acquisition of High Constellation Wind Farm, from Blue Energy, signals another technical due diligence success for Black & Veatch’s wind energy team in Europe. Global renewable energy developer BayWa r.e. has ad ...

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Asia Pacific Energy leaders identify seven key trends for a sustainable energy future

Seven key actions enable a sustainable energy future Carbon-neutrality is paramount for the long-term economic prosperity of the region. Event partners included German Chambers of Commerce Abroad, Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association, Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit, Masdar, and Siemens Gamesa More than 2,500 participants joined in the virtual discussions over two days.  SINGAPORE - Regional ...

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