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Modhera in Gujarat as India’s first 24×7 solar-powered village

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday declared Modhera, a village in Mehsana district of Gujarat, as India's first solar-powered village. While addressing the gathering after laying the foundation stone and dedicating development works at Modhera, the Prime Minister said, "Modhera, which is associated with the Sun Temple will also be known for its strides in solar energy. It's a big day for Modhera as it t ...

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Philippines energy chief: 2023 power supply conditions look ‘difficult’

MANILA - The Philippines' energy minister said Monday the country's power supply situation in 2023 is likely to be difficult, with some hydro plants expected to be unable to deliver electricity. Energy Minister Raphael Lotilla, in a forum organised by the Economic Journalists Association of the Philippines, also said he was encouraging the increased use of renewable sources of energy, which could help ease ...

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NEFIN Group Partners With E-Mobility Start-Up Oyika To Accelerate EV Adoption In South-East Asian Markets

NEFIN Group ("NEFIN"), Asia's leading green independent power producer and investor, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today with Oyika Pte Ltd ("Oyika"), an electric mobility ("e-mobility") start-up that builds battery swap and charging infrastructure starting with electric motorbikes ("e-motorbikes"), to drive the adoption of electric vehicle ("EV") in South-east Asia, including Singapore, Cambod ...

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Mitsubishi Power’s State-of-the-Art M701JAC Gas Turbine Exceeds 8,000 Actual Operating Hours

Air-cooled JAC Series Establishes Industry Benchmark of Reliability for 50Hz Power Generation -- - Milestone for the M701JAC model achieved by the first unit installed for the 5,300 MW GTCC power plant project in Thailand. - An M501JAC model (for 60Hz power generation) currently undergoing long-term verification testing at the T-Point 2 facility at the Takasago Machinery Works has also reproduced the 8,000 ...

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China & USA projected to have 75% of Worlds Energy Storage

Source: Wood Mackenzie Wood Mackenzie projected the markets to have 422GWh and 600GWh by 2031.  China and the United States are projected to account for 75% of the global demand for energy storage, Wood Mackenzie reported. In its Global Energy Storage Outlook, Wood Mackenzie reported the two markets will lead demand which is expected to reach 422 gigawatt-hours (GWh) in China and 600GWh in the US by 2031. E ...

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Haitai Solar Launch IPO on Beijing Stock Exchange

Haitai Solar, a leading new energy solutions and solar module provider, today announced that the Company has completed the process of its initial public offering and started trading on the Beijing Stock Exchange under the stock code 835985 on August 8, 2022. Haitai Solar's brand-new slogan Haitai Solar's debut on the Beijing bourse is a launchpad from which the company is able to further cement its leadersh ...

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Indonesia plans huge energy subsidies for 2023

JAKARTA: Indonesia will allocate “very large” energy subsidies in 2023 to stabilise prices, even as the government predicts windfall revenues from high commodity prices to decline, its finance minister said on Monday after attending a cabinet meeting. Southeast Asia’s largest economy this year has budgeted 502 trillion rupiah ($33.75 billion) in subsidies and compensations to keep some fuel prices and power ...

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Orsted sign Vietnamese Offshore MOU

Orsted and PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation Mechanical & Construction (PTSC M&C) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to launch collaboration on offshore wind projects in Vietnam.   The agreement brings together Orsted’s 30 years of experience of developing, building and operating offshore wind farms with PTSC M&C’s track record and expertise in energy infrastructure i ...

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Black & Veatch Joins Australian Hydrogen Council, Deepens Decarbonization Commitment to Australia

Global infrastructure solutions leader joins leading Australian industry as country advances $1.4 billion plan to build a hydrogen industry Black & Veatch has joined the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) as part of its efforts to accelerate the global shift to zero emission energy and speed the development of a global hydrogen energy economy. CEO of the AHC, Dr Fiona Simon, said one of the strengths of ...

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BayWa r.e. Closes Sale of its First Floating Photovoltaic Farm in Thailand

Global renewable energy developer, service provider and distributor BayWa r.e. today announced the sale of its first Floating Photovoltaic Farm Thailand, to Ubon Bio Ethanol PCL (UBE) – one of Thailand’s leading manufacturers and distributors of processed cassava products.  This follows BayWa r.e.’s recent announcement of its successful partnership with UBE in the completion of the 2.83 MWp Floating Photovo ...

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