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APR Energy taking the heat in the Middle East

SANA’A, Yemen – Leading international temporary power provider, APR Energy announced today that it has signed a new contract to provide a seasonal power solution in Yemen. The 60MW contract will be fulfilled across two sites near the city of Aden, using diesel-fired power generation technologies. The generation equipment will be deployed on a fast-track basis from APR’s newly opened hub facility in Dubai. " ...

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$200M Required for PLN’s Aceh Gas-fired Project

PLN is seeking interested bidders for funding the construction of a $200 million gas-fired power plant in Arun, Aceh. “The winner will be announced by early next year, so that the construction can start,” said PLN’s director for planning and risk management, Murtaqi Syamsuddin. The winner will provide the funding for the engineering, procurement and construction of the 200MW power plant project. PLN will su ...

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Jhaiiar Power Ltd Calls for 600,000 Tons of Imported Coal

Jhajjar Power Ltd., a unit of CLP Power India Ltd., is seeking 600,000 metric tons of steam coal for its 1,320 MW unit in northern India. The arm of Hong Kong-based CLP Holdings Ltd. seeks delivery of the fuel at its plant in Haryana for the year ending March 2013, according to the company’s tender notice. The company seeks coal with a gross calorific value of as much as 6,500 kilocalories a kilogram, total ...

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PROGRESSING ASIA’S CARBON MARKETS

In 2012, Asia is upping the ante on carbon trading and carbon abatement programs with a slew of emissions trading schemes being developed in countries like Australia, China, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Taiwan. Also, more and more countries are trying to link up their emission trading schemes as the recently announced linkage between Australia and the EU clearly demonstrat ...

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SEC Approves Coal Asia Application for Philippines IPO

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved Coal Asia Holdings' application for an IPO listing 800 million shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange's first board.Coal Asia, the parent company of Titan Mining and Energy Corporation, earlier announced its planned IPO aiming to raise P726.87 million net of IPO expenses. They aim to complete exploration and further expand production works for both ...

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Japan Will Fail to Meet GHG Pledge

The Japanese government is debating whether to reduce nuclear energy supply to zero %, 15%, or 20-25% of the power generation mixby 2030.The country’s desire to eliminate nuclear comes after the Fukushima disaster last year, and would necessitate the utilization of fossil fuels to plug the gap whilst renewables are developed. This would mean that Japan would fail to meet a target to cut greenhouse gases 25% ...

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Systematic Coordination for the Central Interconnected System in Chile

A systematic coordination of a hydrothermal system requires determining an optimal policy which minimizes thermal costs along the simulation period. The resolution of this problem is complex and requires a mathematical tool to solve it. PLEXOS® offers a methodology which can determine an operational policy in medium-term and then use these results in a detailed short-term problem including hydro unit commit ...

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Cummins Power Generation Announces Tier 4 Final Readiness three years ahead of EPA deadline

PRESS RELEASE MINNEAPOLIS — Cummins Power Generation Inc., a division of Cummins Inc. (NYSE:CMI), announced today the company’s entire stationary diesel generator set range from 680–2,750 kW, including the industry leading Mission Critical 2500 kW diesel generator set, has received Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier 4 interim (Tier 4i) certification for the North American market. “Cummins has been a ...

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Out with the old and in with the new for EGAT

EGAT are rapidly undertaking extensive environmental health and impact assessments for the installation of a new 600 MW coal fired power at the Mae Moh site in Thailand. The behemoth Mae Moh facility has been a controversial, but critical contributor to Thailand’s power capacity over it’s 27 year reign. Units 4-7 are rapidly approaching the end of their tenure with decommissioning expected soon. To adequate ...

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Light at the end of tunnel for Sasan

There were positive reactions yesterday as Reliance Power begun mining coal from Sasan blocks in Madhya Pradesh six months ahead of the expected date. It targets increasing the output to at least 20 million tonnes per annum in four years. Coal from the mines is going to be used to generate electricity at the company's exciting Sasan Ultra Mega Power Plant (UMPP),one of India's largest domestic coal-based po ...

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