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GE commissions 7HA.01 gas turbines at Nishi-Nagoya power plant in Japan
By EBR Staff Writer
GE Power has commissioned its 7HA.01 gas turbines at Chubu Electric Power’s Nishi-Nagoya power plant in Japan.
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Siemens receives order for 1.3GW combined-cycle power plant in Pakistan
By EBR Staff Writer
German technology giant Siemens has bagged an order valued at about €200m to supply a complete power island for a new 1.3GW combined-cycle power plant in the Pakistani province of Punjab.
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Fortum to launch EUR8bn takeover offer for German utility Uniper
By EBR Staff Writer
Finnish state-controlled utility Fortum is set to launch a takeover offer of EUR8.05bn to German energy company Uniper in an all-cash deal.
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AEP Generation Resources seeks bids for limestone
AEP Generation Resources Inc. (AEPGR), a competitive generation subsidiary of American Electric Power Company issued a request for proposal (RFP) for the supply of limestone to Cardinal and Conesville power plants.
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US DOE to grant $36m for carbon capture research projects
By EBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has launched a federal program that will grant nearly $36m of financial assistance to advance carbon capture technologies to either the engineering scale or to a commercial design.
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Most Radioactive Places on Earth
By EBR Staff Writer
The emission of ionizing radiation or particles caused by the spontaneous disintegration of atomic nuclei is called radioactivity. Radiation can be classified as electromagnetic radiation such as radio waves, heat and x rays; particle radiation such as alpha, neutron and beta radiation; acoustic radiation such as seismic waves, sound and ultrasound; and gravitational radiation.
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Uniper rejects Fortum’s €3.76bn uninvited takeover bid
By EBR Staff Writer
German energy company Uniper has declined Finnish state-controlled firm Fortum’s takeover offer of €3.76bn while terming it as unsolicited.
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Yadadri thermal project secures $600m financing from PFC for fifth unit
By EBR Staff Writer
The fifth phase of the 4GW Yadadri thermal power project being built in the Indian state of Telangana has secured INR40bn ($600m) of financing from government-owned Power Finance Corporation (PFC).
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GE to supply equipment for 200MW combined cycle power plant in Bangladesh
GE has secured a contract to supply power generation equipment for Shapoorji Pallonji Group’s 200MW combined cycle power plant in the Bhola district of Bangladesh.
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Drax plans 3.6GW gas plant and battery storage facility in North Yorkshire
By EBR Staff Writer
Drax Group said that it has notified the UK Planning Inspectorate of its plans to build a new 3.6GW gas-fired power plant along with 200MW battery storage facility at its existing Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire.
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EIA projects 28% increase in world energy use by 2040
The U.S. Energy Information Administration's latest International Energy Outlook 2017 (IEO2017) projects that world energy consumption will grow by 28% between 2015 and 2040.
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ACCIONA Energia’s fourth wind farm in India enters service
ACCIONA Energia has put the 78-MW capacity Bannur wind park into service in India. It is the fourth owned by the company in the country, taking its operational capacity there to 163.8 MW.
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Wartsila extends commercial operation and improves efficiency of Minersa power plant in Spain
The technology group Wartsila has renewed its contract with the Spain-based Minerales y Productos Derivados SA (Minersa) to increase efficiency, lower emissions and improve safety of their power plant.
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IFC, Unicredit, FMO and GGF Support Elicio’s Alibunar Wind Farm in Serbia
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is helping Serbia increase its supply of renewable energy by lending €19.1 million to Elicio, a subsidiary of Nethys Group, a Belgium-based energy and telecommunications group, for the 42MW Alibunar wind farm.
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Rolls Royce secures €133m contract to supply two power stations in Bangladesh
By EBR Staff Writer
Rolls Royce has secured a €133m contract to deliver two power stations that will generate 262MW of electricity in Bangladesh.
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