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IDE’s Desalination Units Chosen to Expand Desalination Plant in Asia

Desalination units to meet increased water capacity needs with lowest energy consumption KADIMA, Israel, August 27, 2013 – IDE Technologies Ltd. today announced that a large private sector company has ordered Multi-Effect Distillation (MED) desalination units to increase the capacity of a desalination plant in Asia. Chosen for its reliability, high efficiency and track record of success, IDE’s MED solution ...

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Philippines Repair of 25 Year Old Hydro Facility

The National Power Corporation in the southern Philippines has totally shut down the Agus 4 hydro-electric power plant that resulted to rotating brownouts in Mindanao. After Agus 4, the NPC said it would also schedule the Pulangi hydro-electric power plant Number 2 for repair because of damage it took during the typhoon Bopha last year. Lawyer Romero Pacilan, legal counsel and spokesperson of NPC, has told ...

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Siemens Wins Contract for 66.7MW of Polish Wind Farms

Siemens is to build two wind farms in northern Poland totalling 66.7MW for Polish Energy Partners. Both facilities, one with 18 turbines and one with 11, will feature the German manufacturer’s 2.3MW 108 machines and deliveries will kick off in May 2014. Siemens expects to be able to commission and hand over the plants by late summer 2014. It has also agreed a five-year maintenance deal for the sites. Siemen ...

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SMC, K-Water announce joint venture for 246-MW Angat hydropower project

The Korean Water Resources Corporation (K-Water) and the Filipino conglomerate San Miguel Corporation (SMC) have announced a joint venture for the development and operation of the 246-MW Angat hydropower project, according to documents filed with the Philippine Stock Exchange. SMC -- one of southeast Asia's largest food, beverage and packaging companies -- has expanded into energy and infrastructure markets ...

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More Than 28,000 Fuel Cell Systems Were Shipped in 2012

Driven by the increased worldwide focus on creating resilient, distributed energy systems, the fuel cell industry is experiencing a modest growth spurt. While the stationary sector continues to be the industry powerhouse, the transportation sector is also seeing acceleration in volume. The industry topped the $1 billion mark in revenue from the sale of fuel cell systems in 2012, according to a new report fr ...

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TEPCO Doubles Coal Consumption in July After Starting New Units

Tokyo Electric Power Co., Japan’s biggest power company by generation capacity, nearly doubled its coal consumption in July from a year earlier after starting new units that use the cheaper fuel. The utility, known as TEPCO, used 745,000 metric tons of coal last month, the most since at least April 2003, the earliest data available on the company’s website. Crude and fuel oil consumption fell by about 18 pe ...

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Vestas Wins 50MW V90 Order for Hanas New Energy

Vestas has been handed a 50MW deal from gas supplier Hanas New Energy for a project in China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in the centre of the country. Under the deal, Vestas will supply 25 V90 2MW turbines for the Yauchi wind farm. The deal includes a two-year service agreement with delivery set for Q3 2013. Vestas president for China, Jens Tommerup, said: "The relationship with Hanas New Energy so far ...

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More Nuclear Disaster as Taiwan Plant Leaks Radioactive Water

An aging nuclear power plant in Taiwan has been leaking radioactive wastewater for three and half years, according to a report released by the government’s watchdog this week. The report by Control Yuan said spent fuel rod storage pools at the have leaked since December 2009. The pools of the two reactors leaked 15,370 milliliters and 4,830 milliliters respectively, it said. Radioactive materials such as Ca ...

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JX Nippon Oil and Energy Corporation (JX Energy) scheduled to build three solar power plants with combined capacity of 17MW

Japanese refinery and energy giant JX Nippon Oil and Energy Corporation (JX Energy) is scheduled to build three solar power plants with a combined capacity of 17MW in the Akita, Fukushima and Okinawa regions of Japan. The Fukushima and Akita power stations will be 1MW and 4MW respectively. Both are in the north of Japan. Okinawa, where the third 12MW station will be constructed, is the southernmost prefectu ...

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Saudi government set aside around $7 billion to spend on water sector-related projects

The Saudi government  has set aside around $7 billion to spend on water sector-related projects this year, and this is expected to go up as more projects are in pipeline. Desalination and wastewater treatment projects specially , Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz) said in its report on Saudi water sector. The report noted that Saudi Ministry of Water and Electricity has already pointed out that around $133 bi ...

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