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Increasing capacity with advanced power transmission technology

Asia is upgrading its power grid progressively to meet increased energy demand and expand its distribution network. Core investment areas in the region include grid reliability and renewable energy integration. “An integrated power infrastructure takes advantage of different generation, transmission and distribution technologies to help utilities overcome the pitfalls of aging infrastructure assets while me ...

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Electricity Act amendments imply privatisation in Indian electricity distribution

High-income economies have privatised their electricity distribution businesses to promote competition and efficiency in the power sector. Electricity regulator protects the interests of consumers. Electricity regulator acts as a legal and enforcement agency and balances the interests of both government and private investors. Globally, distribution utility privatisations have affected the sectoral output po ...

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Kalapataru Power Transmission terminates CLP deal

Kalpataru Power Transmission (KPTL) on Sunday said it had terminated the deal with CLP India to sell its transmission project ALP for not fulfilling certain conditions. The deal was inked in July last year. “This is in furtherance of our intimation on July 3, 2019, regarding execution of definitive agreement with CLP India for sale of stake in Alipurduar Transmission (ATL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the ...

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ADB Grants $346 Mn Loan for Rural Electricity in Maharashtra

ADB has approved a USD 346 million loan to help provide an efficient and reliable power connection to rural agriculture customers in Maharashtra. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a USD 346 million loan to India to help provide an efficient and reliable power connection to rural agriculture customers in the state of Maharashtra. Maharashtra, which is the second-most populous state in India, has ...

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South Asian power grid will require an investment of Rs 45,000 crore by 2030

The power transfer potential of cross border electricity trade could be about 5,000-6,000 MW presently, which by 2030 is expected to almost triple to about 15,000 MW Pankaj Batra is the Project Director of South Asia Regional Initiative for Energy Integration (SARI/EI) program funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Integrated Research and Action for Developme ...

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Heilind Leading Supplier Bel Power Solutions

Bel Power Solutions, a Bel group company (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB) and premier global manufacturer of power management devices, announced the TCP4000 Series of fanless, three-phase 4000 W AC-DC converters, suitable for a variety of industrial applications, including semiconductor lasers and plasma generators, as well as process and control applications. The TCP4000 Series converts worldwide three-phase inpu ...

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Counties Power uses Fugro Roames 3D technology to model electricity network

Fugro is currently delivering on a contract for electricity network owner Counties Power in New Zealand to create an accurate and dynamic virtual 3D model of their entire power network. With vegetation around powerlines causing reliability concerns, Counties Power, which supplies electricity to more than 43,000 homes, farms and businesses, is benefitting from Fugro’s Roames solution to optimise maintenance ...

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Vena energy issue $325m in green bonds

Vena Energy, one of Asia-Pacific’s leading independent power producers (IPP) and pure renewable energy company, has announced the successful issuance of a benchmark USD 325 million (5-year 3.133 percent fixed rate) green bond offering. This is the first corporate USD Green Bond issuance from a Singapore-based company. The Green Bond rated BBB- by Standard & Poor’s and listed on the Singapore Exchange, i ...

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Australia’s Sun Cable Project

Australia is the world’s third largest fossil fuels exporter – a fact that generates intense debate as climate change intensifies. While the economy is heavily reliant on coal and gas export revenues, these fuels create substantial greenhouse gas emissions when burned overseas. Australia doesn’t currently export renewable energy. But an ambitious new solar project is poised to change that.  The propose ...

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Roxtec extends high density cable sealing solution range

Cable and pipe transit provider Roxtec adds two new versions to its popular range of Roxtec HD (High Density) cable transit devices for use in terminal boxes, cabinets and enclosures. Developed for high cable density applications with high demands for environmental protection, Roxtec HD transits help securing sites and saving time during design, installation and upgrades.Roxtec HD transits are tested and ap ...

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