GE has announced that it has been awarded a contract with Toshiba Plant Systems and Services Corporation (TPSC) to supply major equipment for the CEL II 135 MW coal-fired power plant in Stung Hav, Sihanoukville, Cambodia.
A joint venture of India’s state-run NTPC (formerly known as National Thermal Power Corporation) has decided to cut power supply to the three states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Telangana from its Vallure thermal station over non-payment of dues of around $250 million.
Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) and Toshiba are working together to manage power grids in Cambodia, hoping to secure a new earnings source as the utility grapples with the clean-up costs of Fukushima.
Kolkata-based India Power Corporation Ltd (IPCL), a Srei group company, has announced that it plans to acquire stressed assets in the power sector to double its generation business.
Mitsubishi Power Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi, and Kansai Electric Power Co (KEPCO) have established a new joint venture.
The state government of Andhra Pradesh in India has unveiled plans to add 11,670 MW of additional power generation capacity.
The Indian Government has announced that it is expediting the process of setting up new nuclear power plants in the country, with the expectation of reaching 15 GW of capacity by 2024.
The Philippine Department of Energy (DoE) has proposed a threshold of $70 million for power generation ventures to be declared as projects of national significance, simplifying the permitting and regulatory process.
China’s National Bureau of Statistics has released its 2016 Statistical Communique on Economic and Social Development.
With the onset of the dry season in Nepal, power generation from the 70 MW Middle Marshyangdi Hydropower Project has fallen to around 30 MW, due to the significant drop in water level in the river basin.