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September 10, 2013, Asia
The 2nd China International Shale Gas Summit, which will be taken place on September 10th-13th in Chengdu, is China’s premier event in shale gas industry. The past shale gas program has generated huge success by attracting 250+ industry players, and intriguing great enthusiasm and pursuit of China’s shale gas market. And the 2nd China International Shale Gas Summit is designed to concentrate on the key issues including China government policies, investment opportunities, projects’ operating status and problems, cost reduction, technology and equipment innovation, also show you China’s shale gas development through a site visit to PetroChina’s related project. The registration fee is USD 2,285, and WADE members could enjoy 10% discount as we are one of their partners.
WADE cordially invite you join this four-day conference that will eventually benefit your business in China. This unique gathering will be a must-attend event by bringing together leading IOCs, NOCs, shale gas operators, oil service companies, drilling companies, technology and equipment providers etc.. And it will be the platform where Chinese and international players gain market intelligence from each other on accessing into different regional markets, share best practices and strategies that can help each other boost profits and cut costs. You can also take this opportunity to be introduced to new business partners, business connections, renew acquaintances and catch up with friends at this exciting networking event.
We hope to see you there!
For more information please go to: www.ourpolaris.com/shalegas2013
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September 09, 2013
Capstone Turbine Corporation, the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, announced today that it received another follow-on order for a large Australian coal seam gas company. The initial order in July 2008 was for the supply of 110 C30 packages, which was later increased to 154 C30s in 2009. The first follow-on contract was for 44 C30 microturbines in October 2012, and in early January 2013 they ordered 36 additional units. The latest order is for 14 units, bringing the total number of units sold to date to 248 C30 microturbines. These orders are part of a periodical supply contract for the life of the project, at least five years. Capstone's distributor Aquatec-Maxcon Pty Ltd secured the periodical supply contract in October 2012.
"The oil and gas market continues to be our fastest growing market and in our first quarter of fiscal 2014 accounted for 57% of revenue," said Darren Jamison, Capstone's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Capstone continues to see strong repeat business from global oil and gas producers in the U.S., Russia, Asia, Australia, Canada and South America," added Jamison.
August 19, 2013, Asia
As China's photovoltaic industry has frequently encountered anti-dumping and anti-subsidy in foreign countries, most people focus on the solution that the government adopts to deal with the crisis. Thanks to cost reduction and emerging market exploitation, PV industry is gradually seeing recovery and positive development. However, many corporations are still facing hard times at the moment.
"The punitive duty of 11.8% is slightly lower than what we have expected, which gives us a break. Some large companies with financial strength can manage to survive the hard time”, a photovoltaic insider told reporters.
The European Commission announced its decision to push forth with anti-dumping duties on Chinese PV imports into Europe despite of controversy. From June 6 to August 6, the provisional tariffs are set as 11.8%. In case of no satisfying negotiation results, then the punitive duties of 47.6% will come into force in August, passively influencing most of domestic PV companies.
Undeniably, the biggest problem for China's PV industry lies in excess capacity and we've been suffering this issue for many years. To solve this problem, we have reached common ground, namely, vigorously expanding domestic and overseas markets. Though the European markets are still quite important to China's PV industry, many domestic companies have been trying to seek business transformation before the proposal of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy. On one hand, they actively exploit emerging markets, such as Japan, Southeast Asia, Africa, and so forth. On the other hand, building PV power plants and other measures are taken to expand domestic markets. Some companies attempt to tackle the crisis by building production bases in foreign countries. At present, Canada, Japan and other markets has presented positive growth. In particular, Japan witnesses an increasing demand for PV products due to its subsidy policies in this line.
According to the Organizing Committee of PV Guangzhou, some exhibitors have continuously lowered export volume to European and American markets, and have attached more importance to Japan, India, South Africa, Russia and other emerging markets. PV Guangzhou attracts professional visitors from Asia, South America, Africa and other emerging markets, which injects new vitality to the industry. Thought facing international trade friction and business transformation, PV Guangzhou 2013 will facilitate your emerging market expansion.
PV Guangzhou 2013 will be held from August 19 to 21 and invite governments as well as related associations from emerging economies to attend, including Asia, South America, Africa, etc. It will not only help cope with the current crisis, but also play a role in exploiting emerging markets at home and abroad.
For more information please click: http://www.pvguangzhou.com
Ms. Eve Cheng
Tel: +86 20 29188156
June 16, 2013, Asia
The upcoming Event will be held at China National Convention Center (Beijing) from June 16th-18th, 2013. It is jointly held by the Trade Development Bureau Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China and Electric Power System Committee of Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering.
The Grand Event has been greatly supported not only by the related Chinese Government Institutions but also by the related governmental organizations and related International Institutes and Associations, such as the Delegation of the European Union to China, the British Consulate-General Guangzhou, IEC Smart Grid Strategic Group, World Alliance For Decentralized Energy, Danish Energy Association, Danish Intelligent Energy Alliance, Japan Power Technology Forum, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, GIC German Industry & Commerce Greater China and Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, etc.
Expo Name: The 3rd China International Smart Grid Construction Distributed Energy and Energy Storage Technology and Equipment Expo& Summit
Date: June 16-18, 2013
Venue: China National Convention Center, Beijing
Exhibition Area: 22000m2
Trade Development Bureau Ministry of Commerce, PRC
Electric Power System Committee of Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering
Thermoelectric Committee of Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering
Contractor: Devis International Exhibition (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
Contact Organizing Committee:
Tel: +86-10-520-111-50 Fax: +86-10-520-968-66
Mp: 13717678466 E-mail: email@example.com
Add: Room 1101, Unit1, Building 10, Fortune Street, No.67 Chaoyang Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing China,100123
May 22, 2013, Asia
22-23 May 2013
Bangkok Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
Returning to Bangkok in 2013, the 8th edition of Metering, Billing /CRM Asia Co-located with Transmission & Distribution / Smart Grids Asia will again serve as the premier platform for next generation electricity utilities stakeholders in Asia, focusing on regional and global developments in new metering technologies, energy efficiency, prepayment systems, revenue enhancing billing systems, advanced customer management applications as well as the latest approaches and solutions for the optimal operations, maintenance and upgrading of our transmission and distribution networks.
Visit http://www.metering-asia.com for more info.
May 09, 2013, Asia
As the 9th edition of Asia Gas Congress series which has been forging the future of Asia’s gas industry and has establishedto be the Asia Pacific’s premier conference for gas buyers and sellers. We are committed to establishing a first-rate platform for industry leaders to exchange ideas and develop winning strategies together.
WADE members are entitled to 10% discount.Please contact Ms. Elva Qiu, Marketing Executive at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration assistance.
Click here to go to event website.
May 06, 2013
A major highlight of the opening session of a regional meeting relating to renewable energy and energy efficiency in the Pacific was the signing of a two million dollar agreement.
The agreement was signed between the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in the Pacific islands at the SIDS DOCK Pacific Regional meeting.
The funds are provided by the Government of Denmark through SIDS DOCK, an initiative developed by Small Island Developing States (SIDS) for SIDS to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency, and contribute towards sustainable development with support from UNDP and the World Bank. The funds have strengthened the Pacific Islands Greenhouse Gas Abatement through Renewable Energy Project (PIGGAREP) countries allowing for a new phase of the project: PIGGAREP-plus.
May 03, 2013
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has made USD 7 million available to support the deployment of renewable energy and other "clean energy" projects on Native American lands through two funding opportunities.
"Community-Scale Clean Energy Projects in Indian Country" will make USD 4.5 million available for projects at least 50 kW in size, and “Tribal Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Deployment Assistance” will make USD 2.5 million available for projects at least 10 kW in size.
"Tribal lands comprise nearly 2% of U.S. land, but contain about 5% of the country's renewable energy resources," notes the DOE.
“With more than 9 million megawatts of potential installed renewable energy capacity on tribal lands, these communities are well positioned to capitalize on our domestic renewable energy resources — thereby enhancing U.S. energy security and protecting our air and water.”
May 02, 2013
GE's Power Conversion business will help India face its ever increasing electricity demand through the use of its highly efficient variable-speed drive technology, which offers greater output control, for THDC India Ltd.'s (Tehri Hydro Development Corporation) 1,000-megawatt (MW) pumped-storage hydro power plant. The new facility is located on the Bhagirathi River in the state of Uttarakhand.
Alstom selected GE Power Conversion to provide its Voltage Source Drive technology. GE's Power Conversion drive systems will be used for all of the plant's variable-speed motor/generator sets of the pump turbines to enable continuous control of the plant’s pump output. The facility, which will produce much needed power for northern India when it enters service in 2016, supports India's “Power for All” initiative to bolster the country’s energy security.
May 02, 2013
The following information was released by the Connecticut General Assembly, Senate Democrats: Renewable energy reform legislation passed the Connecticut State Senate on Wednesday afternoon that will help the state continue to meet its world-leading renewable energy goals while also taking innovative steps to reduce the cost of electricity across the board.
State Senator Bob Duff (D-Norwalk), Senate Chair of the Energy and Technology Committee, led passage of the legislation, saying that it addresses the states urgent economic need to lower overall electric rates, while also deriving more power from renewable sources.
Effective immediately, the bill permits the Commissioner of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) to initiate a competitive bidding process for the construction of new Class I (ex: solar, wind) renewable energy generation facilities. Long-term power purchase contracts of up to 20 years would be signed with winning bidders to provide a stable source of revenue for their projects.
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