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China’s Investment in LAOS tops $16 Billion USD

Chinese investment in Laos tops US$16 billion China continues to be the largest investor in Laos, with cumulative investment of about US$16.4 billion in 833 projects, according to the Minister of Planning and Investment, Mr Khamjane Vongphosy. Areas of Chinese investment are diverse, with the country ploughing money into small, medium and large enterprises, state-owned enterprises, and private companies. A ...

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Connecting Central & South Asia through Kashmir

ANKARA Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir recently declared an age-old building unsafe, asking its residents to vacate the premises. Named after Yarkand – one of the largest cities in northwest China’s Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region – this historic edifice known as Yarkand Sarai in the heart of the capital Srinagar symbolized the trade and connectivity between the Central and South Asian regions, ...

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Fears Dam Leak My Effect Safety in LAOS

Power officials in Laos moved to assure nervous residents Monday that a video showing the Nam Theun 1 dam leaking water depicted only “seepage” that would have no effect on operations or safety at the hydroelectric dam on a Mekong River tributary. Video of the apparent leakage of the dam in Bolikhamxay province in central Laos was shared on Facebook on Saturday, a week before the fourth anniversary of the S ...

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Vestas shelves Japanese Plant Idea

Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems has shelved plans to build a wind turbine plant in Japan after its prospective customer failed to snag a offshore wind farm contract, Pimagazine Asia has learned. The plant planned in Nagasaki Prefecture was slated to receive subsidies from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, but Vestas withdrew its application for the assistance in March. European peer Siemens Gamesa ...

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GE First in World to Test High Power, High Voltage Hybrid Electric Components in Altitude Conditions

Major milestone toward hybrid electric flight for commercial passenger air travel World’s first megawatt-class (high power) and multi-kilovolt (high voltage) hybrid electric system tested in altitude conditions Altitude integration test completed at NASA’s NEAT facility One MW could power more than 600 houses* At the Farnborough International Airshow, GE announced it completed the world’s first test of a me ...

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NEFIN Group Signs Binding Agreement With Solarlink For Large Scale Solar Development Project In Taiwan

NEFIN Group ("NEFIN"), Asia's leading carbon neutrality solutions provider and investor, has signed a binding agreement with their business partner, Solarlink Energy Co., Ltd. ("Solarlink"), to cooperate on a large-scale solar development project in Taixi, Yunlin of Taiwan. Left: NEFIN and Solarlink Group Photo; Right: Signing of joint venture (JV) completed The National Development Council ("NDC") of Taiwa ...

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Schneider Electric recognized as the 2022 Microsoft Energy & Sustainability Partner of the Year

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today announced it has won the Energy & Sustainability 2022 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award. Schneider was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for its innovative EcoStruxure™ software solutions provided to customers that were powered by Microsoft technology, including Azure Clo ...

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Kohler HVO Fuel Capabilities provide customers with a pathway to zero carbon

Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) fuel delivers significant carbon savings Kohler Power Systems, part of Kohler Co., has announced that its entire offering of mission-critical diesel generators is compatible with Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), marking a significant breakthrough in the usage of alternative fuels in backup power. No adaptations to the installed generators are required, allowing for the imme ...

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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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