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Desalination; Dubai’s Potable Supplier

Desalination plants making seawater potable, supply 98.8 percent of Dubai’s water, with the remaining 1.2 percent coming from groundwater sources, the Arabian Water and Power Forum have been told this week. Dubai is the commercial, banking and tourist hub of the United Arab Emirates, the second-biggest Arab world economy after Saudi Arabia. The arid, water-scarce U.A.E. contains about 6 percent of Earth’s p ...

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Risen Interest in the Use of Graphene in Desalination Systems

Over the last few years, interest has risen in the use of graphene in desalination systems. Its conductive properties have led to interest as an electrode material in capacitive deionization systems and its ability to be made in sheets that are only one atom thick is of interest to membrane scientists. Scientists at China’s Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics have now announced that graphyne, ...

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Desalination Contracts won by Pentair

Pentair LTD. earlier this month were awarded projects to supply equipment and technology to convert sea water to fresh water in desalination facilities in India and Saudi Arabia, as well as Morocco and Oman. Such projects will help deliver more than 500 million liters of clean water daily and meet the growing need for clean water in water-scarce regions. Pentair’s products and technologies including their X ...

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Dash for gas power capacity continues in Myanmar as the market heats up

Thai-based Admin Power & Utility Co Ltd has submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Electric Power to build a 60 megawatt power plant in Dawei district that runs on natural gas from Zawtika gas project, officials from the company said. Whilst the construction period for the 500 MW plant will take some time, the 60 megawatt power plant will be built within eight months to supply electricity to Dawei area ...

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Sustainable Water Solutions for the Power Generation Industry

Sustainable Water Solutions for the Power Generation Industry The global demand for power continues to increase, especially in fast growing areas of Asia including China, India and the Middle East. The environmental regulations on these power generation companies are also becoming more stringent. Power generation companies need smart, sustainable solutions to meet the specific water quality requirements tha ...

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Australian Local Councils to work out Wastewater Scheme

The Mid Murray Council will partner with the Barossa Council to develop a wastewater scheme in Truro. The Barossa Council has agreed to receive wastewater from Truro and treat it at Stockwell. The Mid Murray Council has been developing the wastewater scheme, after receiving $100,000 for concept designs last year. Mid Murray chief executive Russell Peate says the councils are still working through the condit ...

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Combined Cycle SOFC reaches milestone for MHI, as the company prepares to scale up

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has achieved 4,000 hours of uninterrupted operation - unprecedented in the world - of a 200 kilowatt (kW) class pressurized hybrid (combined-cycle) power generation system incorporating solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) and a micro gas turbine (MGT). The company has been operating the hybrid system since March at Senju Techno Station, a facility in Tokyo operated by Tokyo ...

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Phase 2 of India’s Solar Mission Faces Delays

India's solar sector is awaiting the official launch of the second phase of the country's Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission. Obstacles to the launch include controversy over the domestic content rules, possible rules regarding the import of cheap modules, budget problems and the country's upcoming national elections scheduled for May 2014. The first phase of the National Solar Mission, which began in ...

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Napocor Seeks Short-Term Supply Deals with Visayas Electricity Distributors

The government is seeking regulatory approval of short-term supply contracts between National Power Corp (Napocor) and electricity distributors in the Visayas. In a petition before the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), state-run Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp (Psalm) said it signed supply deals with 19 distributors in the Visayas. The supply deals will run from June 26 to December 25 ...

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Maintaining Cost-Effective and Flexible Gas-Fired Operations in Asia’s CCGT plants

It is crucial for all operators of CCGT power plants to implement and establish a full life operations and maintenance (O&M) plan for their gas turbine and balance of plant. In a time of commercial and operational pressure, there must be a real focus on delivering the most cost-effective and flexible operations as possible. The inaugural Asia-Pacific O&M and Lifecycle Management for CCGT Power Plant ...

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