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World’s Largest Green Hydrogen Hub Selects Black & Veatch as EPC Provider

Global decarbonization solutions leader to play key role in first-of-its kind, utility-scale Advanced Clean Energy Storage project Black & Veatch announces that it has been selected by Mitsubishi Power Americas and Magnum Development, co-developers of what will be the world’s largest industrial green hydrogen production and storage facility, to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) ser ...

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Huge GE Power Plant live in Malaysia

GE turbines are now powering Edra Energy’s combined cycle plant in Alor Gajah, Malacca, Malaysia. The largest combined cycle power plant in the country adds more than 2.2 GW of electricity to Malaysia’s grid, which represents the approximate amount needed to power up to 10% of the country’s current demand. Edra is Malaysia’s second-largest independent power producer. The new plant includes three generating ...

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So much for ending fossil fuels!

Vietnam wants to import around five million tonnes of coal from Australia amid a domestic shortage that has forced power plants to cut production. Apprising Australian ambassador Robyn Mudie about this on Friday Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien sought his help to link up Vietnamese companies with their Austrian counterparts so that they could start buying the coal this month. Australia is one ...

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Ib Vogt partners on 1GW Asian PV platform

German developer Ib Vogt and ACEN have agreed to set up a platform to fund the construction and operation of at least 1GW of solar plants throughout Asia, subject to applicable regulatory approvals.   The joint venture partners will focus on late-stage, shovel-ready projects in Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos, Bangladesh, and other countries in the region.   The majority of projects will stem f ...

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Toshiba unit to supply 46 onshore wind turbines in Fukushima

With GE-made windmills, farm will be Japan's biggest, providing for 120,000 homes Toshiba Energy Systems and Solutions on Monday announced that it had received an order for 46 wind turbines for an onshore wind farm to be built in the eastern part of Fukushima prefecture. The farm is expected to generate 147,000 kilowatts of electricity, enough to provide for 120,000 households, making it the largest such fa ...

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Korea’s U-Turn on Nuclear Power

SEOUL – South Korea is likely to see a major change in its nuclear-free power policy with President-elect Yoon Seok-yeol‘s campaign pledge to bolster energy policies in use of atomic power. Yoon has vowed to make a U-turn from the Moon Jae-in administration’s nuclear energy phase-out policies, citing plans to use nuclear to account for 30 percent of total energy generation. “(I’ll make sure) Sin-Hanul No. 3 ...

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Thugs attack Vietnamese protesting hydropower plant

Ethnic Yao locals say the dam threatens their livelihoods and want the developer to pay for their losses. Villagers protest the construction of a hydropower plant in a hamlet of the town of Sa Pa in northern Vietnam's Lao Cai province, March 14, 2022. Photo courtesy of Sa Pa People's Committee Thugs with steel pipes attacked members of the Yao ethnic minority community in Vietnam’s Lao Cai province on Monda ...

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‘Rapid action’ on hydrogen policy reform to decarbonise heavy industry by 2050: Irena

Mushrooming global demand driven by accelerated net zero targets will only be matched with supply if 'more done especially from policy-making side', says agency Ramping up development of green hydrogen production for use in decarbonising heavy-emitting sectors such as steel and petrochemicals will need “rapid action” in streamlining government policy, if H2 production is to meet contribution targets aligned ...

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Mainstream and Aker close deal on Japanese floating wind project

Renewable energy developer Mainstream Renewable Power and Aker Offshore Wind have closed the transaction that will see them take an initial 50% stake in Progression Energy’s 800MW floating offshore wind project in Japan. The project is in early-stage development, with the site having been identified in proximity to good grid connections. The transaction was initially announced in August 2021, and with the c ...

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MHIENG and MHIEC to Commence Demonstration Testing of Separation, Capture and Effective Use of CO2 from Waste-to-Energy Plant

Collaboration with City of Yokohama and Tokyo Gas - - Joint public/private sector initiative integrating expertise of 4 partners, targeting CO2 recycling for realization of carbon neutral society - MHIENG to design and build compact CO2 capture system, with installation performed by MHIEC - MHIENG's first application of its CO2 capture technology in a WtE plant, increasing business opportunities Mitsubishi ...

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