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Hyundai iX35 Fuel Cell Car In Production

The automotive pioneers with hydrogen fuel cells were Mercedes in Germany and Honda in Japan. This power unit of the future has had so many false starts that we now treat all claims that production is about to begin with scepticism. Recent developments in the evolution of the FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) have included Honda joining forces with General Motors, Toyota linking with BMW, and a three-way co ...

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Genesis Water Technologies – Unique Natural and Modified GWT Series Zeolite Media

Genesis Water Technologies -  Unique Natural and Modified GWT Series Zeolite Media meets the water/and air filtration challenges of the Power Industry Maitland, FL USA- Genesis Water Technologies, Inc., a US based manufacturer & supplier of water treatment, filtration, purification equipment and components worldwide is proud to introduce the new GWT(r) series unique natural zeolite media capable of serv ...

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Toyo Ink Group to Develop 2000 MW Coal Plant in Vietnam

The Vietnamese Government have announced that Malaysia's Toyo Ink Group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Vietnam's industry ministry to develop the Song Hau-2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam. The 2000 MW thermal power project, to be located in the southern province of Hau Giang, would be fed by imported coal, most likely from Australia and Indonesia. Toyo are yet to comment on the deve ...

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Hyundai Heavy Industries $3.3 billion order to build steam power plant in Saudi Arabia

South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) said Monday it had won a $3.3 billion order to build a steam power plant in Saudi Arabia. Under the deal signed on Sunday with Saudi Electricity Co., Hyundai will complete the massive facility with a production capacity of 2,640 megawatts by 2017, the company said in a statement. The plant will be located 135 kilometres (85 miles) north of the southwestern Saudi ...

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Thailand Announces New Solar Feed-in Tariff

Solar energy has gained more support in Thailand this week. The government has announced a new plan to introduce an additional 1 gigawatt of solar energy capacity throughout the country. This goal will be accomplished with the help of various solar energy projects that will take root throughout Thailand, and these projects will receive financial support from a new feed-in tariff that the government intends ...

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Tractebel to Aid Shanghai Gas in LNG Expansion

Shanghai Gas (Group) Company, Ltd. has called on Tractebel Engineering to provide expert LNG terminal project management and consulting services for the expansion of the Shanghai Wuhaogou LNG Terminal in Pudong, China. Tractebel Engineering provides project management assistance, design review and onsite technical assistance for the construction of two new 100,000 m³ LNG tanks and related cryogenic piping, ...

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Possible Anti-Dumping Settlement

The European Union and China may be close to an eleventh hour settlement over anti-dumping duties before the 6 August deadline, according to a number of reports. As previously reported, leaked information from negotiators in Beijing with Chinese officials are wanting to replace threatened high tariffs into the EU for Chinese manufactured PV modules with a minimum price per-watt floor, said to be in the rang ...

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Possible new Desalination plant for South Australia’s Orroroo

Plans are being discussed for a $1 million desalination plant. The project would replace the existing trouble-plagued bore water supply that has caused many problems for residents. At a meeting with SA Water last week, Orroroo-Carrieton District Council were unveiled regarding  a business plan outlining the desalination plant. The outcome of the meetings are now being raised with the SA Water Board for poss ...

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TNB are touted to come on top for Project 3B in Malaysia

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) are emerging as the clear favourites to secure the tender for the 2,000-megawatt greenfield coal-fired plant, more commonly known as Project 3B in Malaysia. This is down to a number of factors but the main reason owes to the fact that TNB remain the only offtaker for electricity generated in Peninsular Malaysia. TNB -China National Machinery Import & Export Corp is one of the f ...

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Ninh Thuan to Receive Another Wind Farm

The south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuan has given approval in principle for Vietnam Electricity Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company (EVNIC) to deploy a wind power project using Russian technology with total designed capacity of 40.5 MW, Pham Hong Giang, general director of EVNIC, said. The first phase of the Cong Hai wind power project will be carried out this year on 20 hectares in Con ...

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