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Siemens Gamesa secures deal to supply 75 MW for South Korea’s third largest wind farm

The 75 MW order includes the supply of 15 units of the SG 5.0-145 turbine, one of the most powerful models available in South Korea Long-term service agreement of 20 years signed to optimize wind farm performance Renewables underpinned by South Korean government to reduce reliance on fossil fuels for power generation  Download PDF Siemens Gamesa will supply 15 units of its SG 5.0-145 turbine for South Korea ...

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SunCable & World’s biggest solar and battery project

Sun Cable, the developers of what will be the world’s biggest solar and battery storage project, have  appointed Macquarie Capital and Moelis and Co as the the financial advisors tasked to raise funds for the $30 billion plus project. The Australia-Asia PowerLink proposes to build up to 20GW of solar near Elliott in the heart of the Northern Territory, and 42GWh of battery storage, providing clean energy fo ...

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Australia breaks ground on energy infrastructure digitalisation

Enzen Australia has secured its first engagement in an ambitious strategy to digitalise the energy infrastructure of Australia through smart IoT solutions. The company has announced a new partnership as operational efficacy is becoming more of a priority for utilities seeking to maximise the efficacy of infrastructure, as called for by an increasingly digitalised industry. The collaborative moves will see E ...

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Tender for the sale of a Power Plant in Malaysia

EDRA POWER HOLDINGS SDN BHD 201501039563 (1164881-X) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (“RFEOI”) Edra Power Holdings Sdn Bhd (“Edra”) is one of South East Asia’s leading international independent power producers which owns and operates a diversified portfolio of power generation assets in Malaysia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates. For more information on Edra, please visit its offi ...

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Siemens Gamesa clocks another deal for its 3.X platform in India with 133 MW project with Vena Energy

With this order Siemens Gamesa’s order entry of the 3.X platform surpasses the 1 GW milestone. The company will supply 37 SG 3.6-145 wind turbines for the project in the state of Karnataka to be manufactured at its facilities in India.  Download PDF Siemens Gamesa has signed a deal with Vena Energy to supply its industry leading 3.X platform turbines to a 133 MW wind project in Koppal District, Karnataka, I ...

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Schneider Electric ranks 2nd in The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2022

Climbs 2021 ranking, up two from 4th place Three consecutive years Schneider Electric has placed in the top five HONG KONG SAR - Schneider Electric, the global leader in energy management and automation, was ranked second in the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2022. This is the third time Schneider Electric has placed in the top five and the seventh consecutive year it has ranked on the list. This demonstra ...

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Voith and digital specialist Ray Sono launch digital service product for station management in the small hydropower sector

Cloud-based solution “Hydro Pocket” provides real-time data from small and medium-sized hydropower plants directly on mobile devices Investors and operators can increase the performance of their assets through intelligent digitalization First customer in Indonesia already impressed with the new solution HEIDENHEIM, GERMANY. Digitalization is now an indispensable part of daily life. While it has been possibl ...

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Dam building in Sarawak

ISEAS academic Tham Siew Yean notes that it is a win-win situation for Sarawak and China to co-develop dams and produce hydropower for domestic use and export. However, more can be done to safeguard environmental sustainability standards, especially if China means to change its image as a sustainability laggard. The Bakun Dam in 2009. (Wikimedia) China’s involvement in hydropower development is driven by pu ...

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China is using AI and 3D printing to build a 590-foot-tall dam without the need for human workers

Chinese scientists say they're 3D printing a 590-foot-tall dam by 2024 using AI and robots. The project will use an AI system with unmanned trucks, bulldozers, rollers, and other equipment. The researchers say their method eliminates human error and safety concerns for workers. China is poised to build a hydropower dam in two years using artificial intelligence, construction robots, and zero human labor, sc ...

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China’s Kstar to manufacture 1 GW of solar inverters in Vietnam

Chinese power conversion expert Shenzhen Kstar Science And Technology Co Ltd (SHE:002518) is building a gigawatt-scale solar inverter production facility at a new USD-22-million (EUR 20.8m) manufacturing base in Northern Vietnam. The base will be constructed in two phases on a 47,715-sq-m (513,600 sq ft) area in the port city of Haiphong. The Kstar Vietnam Project Phase I includes the addition of production ...

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