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GE Gas Power secures 2GW CCGT China Order

Shenzhen Energy Group Corporation’s Guangming power plant. Credit: GE Gas technology companies GE Gas Power and Harbin Electric have announced that Chinese state-owned power utility Shenzhen Energy Group Corporation has ordered power generation equipment for its Guangming combined cycle power plant. The plant is located in Shenzhen Guangming district of Guangdong province in China and is expected to deliver ...

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Power Grids may trip SE Asia renewables drive without government intervention

Flexible transmission infrastructure is an important enabler in getting solar and wind power to work, but it has often been overlooked. Southeast Asia needs to start planning for better grids to bolster its renewables ambition, according to a new report by Black & Veatch. Beyond their green credentials, solar power projects have often been marketed as cheap, modular and quick to install, compared to fos ...

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Huawei Debuts a Full-Stack Data Centre Solution to Reinvent Digital Infrastructure

During the Huawei Full-Stack Data Center Forum held at MWC 2022 Barcelona, Huawei presented the Full-Stack Data Center Solution. This brand-new solution, which uses Huawei's full-stack capabilities from energy usage to IT equipment, is designed to assist organisations in adopting contemporary data centres. It's designed to help businesses modernise their data centre infrastructure and establish a solid foun ...

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Stationary storage to account for 2.5twh of battery demand in 2030

Global battery demand for stationary energy storage applications is seen to surpass 2.5 TWh in 2030, a surge from 0.14 TWh in 2021, Rystad Energy said last week. This dramatic increase will be driven by the expansion of renewable energy capacity and the energy transition. Stationary storage will represent 29% of the total battery demand at the end of the decade, ranking second after passenger electric vehic ...

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Fugro supports three Hong Kong power plants on their path to net zero

CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd (CLP) has awarded Fugro a 3-year non-destructive testing (NDT) and environmental monitoring contract for three power plants undergoing transition to cleaner gas-fired generation units in Hong Kong. The new contract runs until 2024 and covers inspection, testing and monitoring services in CLP’s Castle Peak, Black Point and Penny Bay power plants, that ensure continuous power supply to ...

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Doosan Heavy unveil 8MW wind turbine prototype in Korea

Energy solutions provider Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has announced that it has completed implementation of the 8MW offshore wind turbine prototype at the Korea Wind Power Demonstration Center, which is located in Baeksu, Yeonggwang of South Jeolla Province. The 8MW offshore wind turbine was developed as a collaborative project led by the Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Pl ...

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Cambodia Needs to Increase the Transparency of Key Infrastructure Projects

A decade ago, Cambodia relied heavily on neighboring states for its electricity supply. However, the kingdom’s domestic power generation capacity has increased twelve-fold over the last fifteen years, with hydropower representing 41 percent of total energy generation in 2020, representing Cambodia’s second-largest source of power But as this segment of the energy sector grows, a lack of transparency in majo ...

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ACEN to buy 49% stake in Vietnam solar energy platform

AC Energy Vietnam Investments Pte. Ltd. (ACEV) forged a share purchase agreement to acquire a 49% interest in Solar NT, which is a solar energy platform owned by the Thai firm’s subsidiary Super Energy Group (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. “The transaction will be via secondary shares acquisition for a total consideration of US$165 million,” ACEN said in the disclosure. “Post-restructuring, Solar NT will own and oper ...

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Time to act as momentum builds for CCUS and hydrogen 2022 will be critical as energy transition technologies move beyond hype to delivery

This year companies and governments will need to make good on the pledges they made on energy transition technologies, including carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and low-carbon hydrogen, says Wood Mackenzie, a Verisk business (Nasdaq:VRSK). In a new report, CCUS and hydrogen: 5 things to look for in 2022, the global energy consultancy points out the huge momentum behind both CCUS and low-carbo ...

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Asia must spend $2.5 trillion annually to meet 2050 climate deadline

The region will need to spend the equivalent of half of the GDP of Japan every year on low-carbon infrastructure, to avoid the unthinkable consequences of climate change, according to McKinsey. An offshore wind farm in Taiwan. Approximately $9.2 trillion per year, equivalent to three times the GDP of India, will need to be spent to achieve a net-zero world, as high carbon-emitting economic activity is phase ...

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