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Terra Drone expands to Australia with investment in leading local UAV services provider

 Tokyo-headquartered Terra Drone Corporation, the world’s largest industrial drone services provider, has finalized its expansion into the Australian market after completing an equity investment in Australian firm, C4D Intel Pty Ltd. As part of the deal, C4D Intel will immediately rebrand to  Terra Drone Australia.The move by Terra Drone is the latest of the company's investments into leading drone technolo ...

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MAN Energy Solutions inaugurates new dual-fuel power plant in Benin

New 127 MW plant secures a stable and low-emission power supply − providing conditions for positive economic prospects for Benin Augsburg, 30th August 2019 −  The ‘Maria Gleta’ power plant near the city of Cotonou, Benin, was inaugurated by Dona Jean-Claude Houssou, the Minister for Energy of Benin, as well as representatives of MAN Energy Solutions and BWSC. The plant is now fully operationa ...

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MHIEC to Refurbish Hiroshima Naka Waste to Energy Plant

- Renovation to Extend the Service Life of the 600 tpd MSW Facility -- Renovation will extend the service life and increase the energy efficiency of the Naka Incineration Plant, built in February 2004.- Completion is scheduled for March 2023, and is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 9.6% annually. TOKYO, Aug 20, 2019 - (JCN Newswire) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental & Chemical Engineering C ...

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Asia’s Largest Power, Energy & Utilities Show!

The first 5-in-1 Power & Energy Series Gears Up for the Largest Power, Energy and Utilities Show in Asia Hosted by the nation’s premier power supplier, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)Asian Utility Week is being brought together with POWERGEN Asia, DISTRIBUTECH Asia, SolarVision and Energy Capital Leaders Asia under one roof for the first time Kuala Lumpur,6 August 2019 – Clarion Energy has announced the in ...

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Huge Indonesian Blackout

Jakarta: Electricity was on Monday morning beginning to return to parts of Jakarta, more than eight hours after a massive power failure hit the Indonesian capital and surrounding cities, potentially affecting more than 30 million people. But large sections of the capital remained in darkness into the morning – as did some nearby cities – as authorities scrambled to restore electricity services. In some area ...

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The Energy Storage Boom

Continuously falling battery costs, and rising capacity and usage of clean energy are set to result in booming global stationary energy storage over the next two decades, which will require total investments of as much as US$662 billion.   That’s one the key findings of the latest report on new energies by research company BloombergNEF (BNEF) published this week. Energy storage installations ...

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Wartsila’s 100MWh Pathfinder Project

Wärtsilä remains tight-lipped on the exact location of a hybrid power plant 100MW / 100MWh energy storage in Southeast Asia which will “leverage abundant wind and solar resources”. The company has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with an unnamed customer. Wärtsilä SE Asia regional director Nicholas Leong said that the project “will help the Association of Southeast Asian Na ...

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NET Power Build Zero-Carbon Gas Plants!

NET Power, a utility set up in 2010, is building zero-carbon natural gas-fired power plants in the United States and abroad and plans on making them cheap enough in the future to compete with traditional fossil fuel power plants. Forbes’s Jeff McMachon reports that the company revealed its multiple projects, which involve carbon capture, at a workshop organized by the National Laboratories of Sciences, Engi ...

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Asia Innovations in Generation & T&D For Energy Transition

Black & Veatch’s new regional leader brings focus to integrated conventional, renewable, distributed generation and the power grid  Governments across Asia are tapping on innovations in generation, transmission and distribution technologies to fulfil their energy transition ambitions.  At the core of the energy transition is the need to address the increasing power demand that follows rapid populat ...

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Indian Billionaire Defends Australias Controversial Coal mine

The Indian billionaire behind the controversial Carmichael coal mine in Australia is hitting back at criticism the endeavor will be both unprofitable and too dirty. In an interview in New Delhi, Gautam Adani took aim at two major faults opponents have flung at the development: that the mine's low-quality coal won't earn enough money to justify his $2 billion investment, and that the world must abandon the f ...

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