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The Mae Moh Power Plant with EGAT

[wpdm_file id=13] This article was produced with EGAT, Thailand's state owned and leading power producer. It looks closely at the fascinating story of the lignite fired Mae Moh power station. To this day, the plant is still one of South East Asia's largest thermal facilities and one of the first to adopt heavy investment in all manner of advanced air pollution control and monitoring to meet strict regulatio ...

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Harry Seah talks about the Singapore Public Utilities Board’s Four National Taps Strategy

[wpdm_file id=7] The Public Utilities Board of Singapore are responsible for all aspects of the countries of the water network. They have made huge efforts and advances to bring in a multi-pronged and integrated approach by managing the water cycle in a holistic manner, and ploughing investments into R&D and technology. Their Chief Technology Officer, Mr. Harry Seah talks exclusively with Power Insider ...

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Review of the Sasan UMPP developed by Reliance

[wpdm_file id=6] This informative article takes an in-depth review of the world's biggest mine integrated power plant, that will stand at a phenomenal 4000MW when completed in the near future. The first unit of 660MW was recently commissioned as the station forms part of the Indian governments ambitious UMPP scheme.  The case study reviews  the specifications of the plants road to construction looking at th ...

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Water Treatment at the North Bangkok Power Plant

[wpdm_file id=9] This whitepaper takes time to visit Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand's impressive North Bangkok Power Plant in the Nonthaburi region.  The article is compiled with the Head of Chemical and Environmental Sector Mr. Jennarong Termthanam who explains the current systems in place to ease the day to day operational challenges they have with producing and treating water for the HRSG. ...

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Acciona Aqua and the Desalination Business

[wpdm_file id=3] Acciona Agua are making a big impact across desalination, waste water treatment and potable water supply developments throughout the globe. Asia is one of their most exciting markets as their competence was demonstrated last December when one of the biggest desalination projects globally, was delivered to Adelaide in Southern Australia. The Port Stanvac plant operates with an advanced rever ...

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The Samcheok project from KOSPO and Foster Wheeler

[wpdm_file id=1] 'Moving Mountains for Green Energy' is the exclusive white paper download depicting the story of Korea Southern Power Companies Samcheok project, the world's biggest and most advanced CFB power plant. This development includes one of the most ambitious boiler installations to date with world class engineering conglomerate Foster Wheeler delivering  4 x 550 MW ultra-supercritical units. Vice ...

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Berghof Water Filtration Concept

[wpdm_file id=2] The Berghof Group pride themselves on being one of the leading manufacturers of tubular membranes for external membrane bioreactors (MBR). This whitepaper explores some of the innovative advances they have made in relation to a low energy filtration concept that has the potential to play a big role in cost saving for waste water treatment applications across the energy sector in Asia. ...

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