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Port Said East Power “PSEP”, Suez Gulf Power “SGP” and Sidi Krir Generating Company “SKGC” Issue Tender

ENG 13/7/21 - 20cm (H) x 12.9 cm (W) EDRA POWER HOLDINGS SDN BHD 201501039563 (1164881-X)  REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (“RFEOI”)  Edra Power Holdings Sdn Bhd (“Edra”) is one of South East Asia’s leading international independent power producers which owns and operates a diversified portfolio of power generation assets in Malaysia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates. Fo ...

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Bechtel, GE Will Lead 3.2-GW Gas Power Project

Vietnam’s first privately-owned power plant has moved a step closer to fruition, as Delta Offshore Energy chose Bechtel to provide front-end engineering design (FEED) services for a proposed 3,200-MW combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) facility. The power station, sited in Bac Lieu province in the Mekong Delta about 155 miles south of Ho Chi Minh City, will be fueled with liquified natural gas (LNG). The plan ...

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Five Asian countries to face tremendous losses if insistent on coal plants

The latest report from Carbon Tracker reveals a future in which the investment in coal power plants is deemed economically and environmentally unviable, and five Asian countries are poised to suffer great economic losses with their plans to hang on to dirty energy. The COVID-19 pandemic and the cheaper renewables might have contributed to a 4-percent decline in coal power generation in 2020, but e ...

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Decarbonization Roadmap: New Black & Veatch ebook helps organizations ensure their early steps towards decarbonization are the right steps

A Roadmap to Net Zero, part of Black & Veatch’s Hydrogen 2021 program, presents a technology agnostic guide to strategic decarbonization road mapping    The impacts of climate change are fostering a sense of urgency in the drive to decarbonize. Many organizations, however, remain unclear about how to achieve their Net Zero commitments. Hydrogen 2021: A Roadmap to Net Zero, a new ebook from Bla ...

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Indonesia to add 41GW of electrical power in 10 years

The Indonesian government plans to build power plants with a capacity of up to 41 gigawatts (GW) over the next 10 years, according to the draft Power Procurement Plan (RUPTL) of state-owned electricity distributor Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN).  According to general director for electricity Rida Mulyana, the Indonesian government this year is targeting an additional, including 5GW from mine mouth pow ...

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Mammoet Minimizes Downtime for Gas-Fired Power Station Maintenance Project

The first time an exhaust silencer replacement was lifted in a single piece Mammoet has completed the replacement of a matured exhaust silencer for a gas turbine, at a gas-fired power station in Victoria, Australia. Removal of this 305t exhaust silencer was completed in a single lift. Therefore, this reduced the amount of time our client, an Australian energy company needed for their operations to be s ...

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Wärtsilä finalises commissioning of its first two Energy Storage projects in the Philippines

The technology group Wärtsilä has signed multiple energy storage contracts with SMC Global Power Holdings Inc. through its subsidiary, Universal Power Solutions Inc., in the Philippines during 2019-2020. The first two projects, Integrated Renewable Power Hub-Toledo and BCCPP, Limay, Bataan, have achieved final commissioning in May. The projects have a capacity of 20 MW / 20 MWh and 40 MW / 40MWh respectivel ...

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Taiwan president says to scrutinise electricity management after outages

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen pledged on Tuesday to look into the tech powerhouse's electricity management after two major blackouts hit homes and businesses in less than a week, triggering criticism of the government's power policy. Taiwan, which hosts major chip makers such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (2330.TW), imposed power cuts on Monday evening following a spike in demand amid a heatw ...

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Insufficient momentum in Asia energy transition

Asia’s energy transition is underway but the pace has been insufficient to curb emissions. Reducing reliance on coal, accelerating the deployment of renewable energy sources, developing hydrogen and improving energy efficiency are areas key to lowering the region’s carbon footprint. Given its place in the global economy, Asia has a critical role in climate change mitigation and the de-carbonisation of the r ...

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NEXIF ENERGY REACHES FINANCIAL CLOSE FOR THE 154MW SNAPPER POINT POWER PLANT

Nexif Energy, the Australian and South East Asian power company, backed by Denham Capital today announced that it has reached financial close on its 154 MW Snapper Point Power Plant under construction in South Australia. This project will convert turbines using diesel to cleaner natural gas and, in conjunction with Nexif Energy’s Lincoln Gap Wind Farm, provide firm renewable power to the grid. The Snap ...

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