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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFCanadian Solar has been chosen to provide solar modules for a solar project on the Leeward Islands. Comet Solar, an Anguilla-based solar installation company selected Canadian Solar, and when complete the solar power project will provide an estimated 600KW of power per year, making it the largest commercial project permitted by the St. Kitts & Nevis Government to date.
  • The most powerful turbine-generator unit ever built by Voith has entered service in the Chinese hydropower plant Xiluodu on the Jinsha River. After a successful 72-hour test run, Voith handed over the first of a total of three such machines to the customer “China Three Gorges Corporation.” With 784 megawatt the output of the generator-turbine unit in Xiluodu is higher than that of the world’s largest hydropower plants and consequently sets new standards.
  • The World Energy Council (WEC) has welcomed Enerjisa as the newest member of Global Partner programme. Enerjisa is a leading energy company operating in Turkey’s electricity generation, distribution, trading, wholesale and retail markets. The WEC is working to devise strategies to address global energy challenges and to deliver sustainable energy systems.
  • The 6th Sugar Asia conference will be held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai February 27-28, 2014. Sugar Asia is an international Conference and Expo on Sugar and its allied industries. This two days event will be focused on equipments and technology display for Sugar and allied industries like Ethanol, Distilleries, Cogen and Cane Farming. A two days conference is major highlight of the event where galaxy of international speakers are going to deliver best of their research, information and experience in front of the audience coming from various countries.
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