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Vietnam’s leading renewable energy company relies on Voith’s Digital HyService

Monthly remote consulting for Vietnamese power plants with digital state-of-the-art technology by Voith High customer satisfaction in projects Ca Nan 1 and 2 results in ongoing service cooperation New service model serves as reference for many Southeast Asian countries HANOI, VIETNAM: Voith Hydro signed a contract with SCI Nghe An Joint Stock Company (SCI) of Vietnam to provide annual digital-based maintena ...

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Port Said East Power “PSEP”, Suez Gulf Power “SGP” and Sidi Krir Generating Company “SKGC” Issue Tender

ENG 13/7/21 - 20cm (H) x 12.9 cm (W) 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. Fo ...

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Bechtel, GE Will Lead 3.2-GW Gas Power Project

Vietnam’s first privately-owned power plant has moved a step closer to fruition, as Delta Offshore Energy chose Bechtel to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for a proposed 3,200-MW combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) facility. The power station, sited in Bac Lieu province in the Mekong Delta about 155 miles south of Ho Chi Minh City, will be fueled with liquified natural gas (LNG). The plan ...

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Thai energy firm BCPG signs Laos wind power sale with Vietnam

Thai renewable energy firm BCPG Pcl (BCPG.BK) on Tuesday said that its consortium had signed a 25-year agreement to deliver wind energy from a 600-megawatt project in Laos to Vietnam. An agreement between Vietnam's electricity firm EVN and Impact Energy Asia Development (IEAD), of which BCPG holds a 45% stake, will supply electricity through a 500-kilovolt transmission line from Laos to Quảng Nam ...

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Nordex Group receives orders of 1,534 megawatts in the second quarter of 2021

The Nordex Group has closed the second quarter of 2021 with an order intake of 1,534.1 MW (Q2 2020: 888 MW). The intake of firm orders in the Projects segment (excluding the service business) reached a volume of 2,781.6 MW in the first half of 2021 (H1 2020: 2,531.9 MW). From April to June 2021, customers ordered a total of 297 wind turbines for projects in nine countries. Europe accounted for about 54 perc ...

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Where the Sun Meets the Sea: Offshore Floating-PV Powers Singapore’s Journey Toward Carbon Neutrality

The market for solar energy is heating up worldwide, with more and more countries joining the Race to Zero, "a global campaign to rally leadership and support from businesses, cities, regions, [and] investors for a healthy, resilient, zero carbon recovery," to directly quote the United Nations. This is a concerted, global effort to fight against climate change. Singapore, a small and resource-scarce city-st ...

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Voith Hydro awarded the contract for upgrade of Contact Energy’s Roxburgh Hydropower Plant in New Zealand

The project will support New Zealand’s ambitious goal to lower carbon emissions.Voith Hydro strengthens its position as one of the leading hydropower equipment suppliers in New Zealand. Contact Energy selected Voith Hydro to upgrade its Roxburgh hydropower plant on the Clutha River in New Zealand. Contact is looking to increase its generation output using the same water flow by replacing four turbines with ...

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Five Asian countries to face tremendous losses if insistent on coal plants

The latest report from Carbon Tracker reveals a future in which the investment in coal power plants is deemed economically and environmentally unviable, and five Asian countries are poised to suffer great economic losses with their plans to hang on to dirty energy. The COVID-19 pandemic and the cheaper renewables might have contributed to a 4-percent decline in coal power generation in 2020, but e ...

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DNV achieves CNAS accreditation for certification of wind turbines and components for use in China

DNV, the independent energy expert and assurance provider, is now fully accredited by CNAS (China National Accreditation Service). This allows DNV to offer type certification of wind turbines and component certification of gearboxes, rotor blades and generators for products destined for Chinese wind power projects.  DNV predicts in its latest Energy Transition Outlook that by 2050, wind power will ...

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Hitachi ABB Power Grids is evolving to become Hitachi Energy and broadens commitment to a sustainable energy future

Coinciding with its first-year anniversary, the global technology and market leader announces that it will be changing its name and corporate brand from October 2021Hitachi ABB Power Grids today announced that it will be evolving to become Hitachi Energy from October 2021. The decision to change name has board and shareholder consent and coincides with the business' first-year anniversary since it started o ...

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