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UKRAINE'S POWER SECTOR AT 40% NORMAL OPERATIONS DUE TO WAR - NOW SEEKING GENSETS, SUBSTATIONS AND SWITCHGEAR SUPPLIES

Maxim Timchenko, CEO of the DTEK Group, the largest owner of Ukrainian generation capacity, has revealed that power plants have been shelled in central, western, eastern, and southern parts of Ukraine...
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THE LINE PROJECT IN SAUDI AREA - A STRUCTURE 170 KM LONG - WILL REQUIRE SIX POWER PLANTS TO GENERATE 2.5 GIGAWATTS

Saudi Arabia is known for its skyscrapers and architecture, but none of its previous projects have been as ambitious as The Line, a city of the future presented by Crown Prince and Chairman of NEOM Mohammed bin Salman.
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GOLD MINE IN AFRICA GETS 20MW POWER PLANT

Wärtsilä has signed a 5-year performance-based agreement for a 20 MW power plant combined with a 40 MW plant extension installation at a gold mine in Africa.
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GE WINS POWER PLANT TURBINE ORDER FROM BRAZIL

GE said it has secured a H-Class gas turbine order from Eneva, the largest private natural gas operator in Brazil. GE will supply a 7HA.02 gas turbine for Eneva’s new 350 MW Azulão reserve power plant to help stabilize the grid.
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CHP CONTRACT: 3,300 KWE COGENERATION SYSTEM SUPPLIED TO A CERAMIC MANUFACTURER IN ITALY

AB ENERGY SPA has supplied and installed a methane-fuelled ECOMAX 33- a 3,300 KWE CHP system - to a site in Maranello (MO).Italy,...
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SHELL IS TRADING POWER FROM EUROPE’S LARGEST BATTERY

Europe’s largest battery storage project, the 100-megawatt system in Minety in Wiltshire, South West England, has been fully operational for a year now.
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SIMPLE CYCLE PLANT PROJECT IN AFRICA WILL TRANSFORM THE IVORY COAST GRID

GE and electricity provider Azito Energie have begun upgrading Azito’s Phase IV simple cycle power plant in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa...
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GAS TURBINES AT TAIWAN'S DATAN POWER PLANT ARE BEING UPGRADED

Mitsubishi Power has won a contract from Taiwan Power Company (TPC) for a large-scale renovation project at the Datan Power Plant in the city of Taoyuan, Taiwan.