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DEWA releases standards for photovoltaic systems and invites manufacturers to submit applications
Zawya.com

DUBAI, 31st January 2015 (WAM) — Dubai Electricity & Water ...

The standards help implement DEWA's first initiative, which allows customers to install photovoltaic panels to produce electricity from solar power in Dubai. DEWA has invited manufactures to submit their eligibility applications. H.H. Sheikh ... Federation of Arab News Agencies, 12 hours ago
DEWA launches app competition for college students Arabianindustry.com, 2 days ago
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To augment hydel power generation: Outflow from Mangla Dam increased by 10,000 cusecs

January 28, 2015 As the country is facing a serious electricity crisis, the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) has increased outflow from the Mangla Dam by 10,000 cusecs from 15,000 to 25,000 cusecs to augment hydel power generation up to ...
 Business Recorder3 days ago Myanmar's New Electricity Law  DFDL3 days ago New electricity pricing formula to promote industry's sustainable growth  Taiwan Today5 days ago Nepal Electricity Authority fixes power purchase tariff for up to 100 MW hydels  Himalayan times1 week ago
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KCCA to Make Electricity

Kampala Capital City Authority will this year start generating its own electricity, executive director Jennifer Musisi has announced. Proud of her achievements in the last three and a half years, Musisi says KCCA's power will come from the huge ...
 Individual.com3 days ago

SIEMENS TO DELIVER SGT6-5000F TURBINESFOR GAS-FIRED PLANT IN PERU

Entergy Louisiana, LLC announced recently that it has completed the 560MW Ninemile 6 electric generating facility in Westwego, Louisiana. The gas-fired, combined-cycle facility is owned by Entergy Louisiana, LLC and is located across the river from ...
 Turbomachinery International Magazine1 day ago Sui Northern Gas Pipelines : Supply of Thermo Electrical Generators.  4 Traders1 day ago DuroMax 3,500W Gas-Powered Generator for $320 + free shipping  CNET News2 days ago GE receives order from TVA to supply gas turbine generators for Allen plant  Individual.com1 week ago
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Perovskite: The answer to affordable solar generated electricity?

A recent study by the Exeter University could mean cheaper solar power for households. By using Perovskite, a mineral component, to manufacture solar panels, electricity could be generated 40% cheaper and 50% more efficient than the existing ...
 ESI Africa2 days ago New  First Post.com4 days ago New-generation solar panels far cheaper, more efficient - scientists - TRFN  London South East4 days ago Africa: New-Generation Solar Panels Far Cheaper, More Efficient - Scientists  AllAfrica.com3 days ago
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Pakistan goes dark after nationwide power breakdown

A massive power failure hit Pakistan after midnight as authorities struggled on Sunday to restore electricity supply in the country which has been plagued by a crippling energy crisis.The nature of fault was not known exactly but it plunged about 80 per cent country into darkness, the fourth major breakdown of the system within the past one month.There were contradictory statements about the reason for the breakdown.An official of water and power ministry said that the tripping of Guddu power ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Otago man living without power for 18 months wins over electricity supplier  New Zealand Herald4 days ago Pak goes dark after nationwide power breakdown  Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Soon, cheaper, lighter electric car battery

Sulphur as a battery material is extremely abundant, relatively light and very cheap. A next generation cheaper, lighter and more powerful rechargeable battery for electric vehicles is one step closer to reality, scientists say. The discovery of a material that maintains a rechargeable sulphur cathode helps to overcome a primary hurdle to building a lithium-sulphur (Li-S) battery. Such a battery can theoretically power an electric car three times further than current lithium-ion batteries for ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Flashpoint CL-500R LED Circular Light  Layers1 day ago

Soon, BMC will turn waste into power, fuel

The mountains of garbage that Mumbaikars generate every day will thankfully be put to some use, if the authorities find success in their latest endeavour. Taking a step towards generating electricity and fuel from waste, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

BEST, MMRDA stalemate on Seepz

The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport (BEST) and Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) have reached a stalemate with the former asking for 50 per cent of the profits that would be generated through commercial exploitation of the ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Thermal energy conversion from oceans

A promising technology that offers a large green potential for electricity generation is ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC). OTEC is a renewable energy technology that harnesses the solar energy absorbed by the oceans to generate electric power. The basic ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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