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Asian Development Bank invests $438 million to improve Pacific transport

The Asian Development Bank says it will spend around $438 million over the next three years on improving transport in the Pacific region. Transport routes from the Pacific to overseas markets are among the world's longest. Its 2013 Pacific Transport Update, released on Monday, says transport investment will be crucial in meeting the development challenges of the Pacific. Robert Guild, director of Pacific Tr ...

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Taiwan & Mongolia ink renewable energy pact

Taiwan and Mongolia signed a memorandum of understanding on renewable energy development Feb. 17 in Taipei City, paving the way toward greater cooperation between the two nations. Under the memorandum, both sides will establish joint strategic partnerships on renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific and forge institutionalized collaboration spanning energy audit and efficiency management, as well as solar and w ...

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Malaysian Tribes Protest Borneo Mega Dam

Hundreds of Malaysian tribespeople blockaded the construction site of a new dam on Thursday that is set to force them from their homes in Sarawak on the island of Borneo, activists said. The Baram dam is the latest in a series of controversial hydroelectric mega-dams planned by the Sarawak government as it pushes economic development in one of Malaysia’s poorest states. Indigenous Kenyah, Kayan and Penan pe ...

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Himachal’s Sainj Hydropower Plant to be Ready by 2015

The 100 MW Sainj hydroelectric project being constructed by the state-run Himachal Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (HPPCL) in Kullu district is likely to be commissioned by August 2015, an official said in Shimla on Saturday. The Rs. 800-crore hydro project, funded by the Asian Development Bank, will generate 322 MU per annum. The state is expected to earn revenue of Rs. 150 crore by selling electricity f ...

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China to Increase Short-Distance Solar-Power Distribution

China, Asia’s largest solar market, plans to add more generation projects in regions where the electricity can be distributed to customers who live nearby. The government intends to expand the total capacity of such projects to 20 gigawatts by 2015, Wu Xinxiong, head of the National Energy Administration, said in a speech posted on the agency’s website. That compares with just 2 gigawatts at the end of last ...

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Conco Systems Shares the Secret to Total Condenser Performance

Conco released a new service program “Total Performance for Condensers” NSW, Australia (October 16, 2013) Conco Systems, Pty Ltd. introduced its latest service program for improved condenser efficiency known as “Total Performance for Condensers”. The service program when implemented demonstrates Conco’s solutions for condenser performance improvements. The intention is to help power plants achieve the perfe ...

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India & Bangladesh Open 500 MW Transmission Link

The governments of India and Bangladesh have completed construction on the Baharampur-Bheramara cross-border power transmission link between the countries. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that the new transmission link will enable safe and reliable interconnection between the countries and will facilitate India to initially supply 500 MW power to Bangladesh. The Indian government will supply 250 M ...

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Tata Power Delhi Distribution selects IBM for upcoming smart grid initiatives

Technology major IBM said it has been selected by Tata Power Delhi Distribution, a joint venture between Tata Power and Delhi government, to design and deliver smart grid solutions to better manage energy output and cut down outages. "As a part of its smart grid initiative, Tata Power Delhi Distribution will collaborate with IBM to develop an advanced metering infrastructure and demand response pilot progra ...

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NTPC and GAIL look at renting Dabhol power plant, as poor gas output from KG-D6 rumbles on

After being forced to shut the Dabhol power plant in Maharashtra due to a natural gas shortage, GAIL India and NTPC are considering renting out the 1,967-Mw unit to private electricity generators. Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt Ltd (RGPPL), a joint venture between gas utility GAIL and the nation’s biggest electricity generator, NTPC, shut the Dabhol power plant in March after gas supplies from Reliance Indus ...

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Areva upbeat about the Indian Solar Thermal market after huge cost reductions

Areva (SA) have revealed that the cost of building a solar-thermal power plant in India has fallen by about a third since 2010 thanks to local manufacturing. The French company is building a 21-billion-rupee ($336 million), 100-megawatt plant for Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) awarded in a December 2010 auction. “Today, when I look at future projects, there is a 30 to 35 percent” reduction in how much it would ...

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