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  1. Mexico’s Comisión Federal De Electricidad And GE Immediately Solve Critical Emergency Power Needs Following Damage From Hurricane Odile

    As Mexico continues to recover from the damage of Hurricane Odile, GE Power & Water’s Distributed Power business is working with Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), the country’s Federal Electricity Commission, to quickly restore power for the thousands of people who have been affected by the hurricane

  2. Cree Power Modules Revolutionize Inverter Platform For Power Generation Systems

    Cree, Inc. has expanded the award-winning silicon carbide (SiC) 1.2 kV six-pack power module family with a new 20A all-SiC module ideally suited for 5-15 kW three-phase applications

  3. Sunshine Gas Producers Begins Renewable Energy Production In California

    Sunshine Gas Producers, a joint venture between DTE Biomass Energy and EIF Renewable Energy Holdings through its subsidiary Landfill Energy Systems, has started generating electricity from landfill gas at its recently constructed renewable energy facility at the Sunshine Canyon Landfill inSylmar

  4. IFC Supports Indonesia’s BDSN To Supply Affordable And Reliable Hydroelectric Power

    IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has acquired a minority equity stake in and provided a $280M loan facility to Indonesian independent power producer PT Bajradaya Sentranusa (BDSN)

  5. SPI Solar Subsidiary Announces EPC Agreement For 20 Megawatt Solar PV Project In Inner Mongolia

    SPI Solar, a vertically-integrated photovoltaic solar developer, recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Xinyu Xinwei New Energy Co., Ltd. (“Xinwei”), has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) agreement for a 20 megawatt (“MW”) PV project in Wulaichabu City, Inner Mongolia

  6. New Technology Reduces Coal Power Emissions To Natural Gas Levels And Reduces CO2 By Up To 40%

    FuturEnergy Pty Ltd, an Australian based combustion research and development Company, announced today that it has submitted a pioneer patent, on combusting coal emissions containing CO2 in a secondary post combustion chamber with MagneGas® fuel

  7. Wärtsilä Supplies Flexible Capacity To Integrate Wind And Solar Energy In Oklahoma

    Wärtsilä has been contracted to supply a 56 MW Smart Power Generation power plant to the Stillwater Utilities Authority (SUA) in Oklahoma, USA. The contract was signed in September 2014 and the equipment delivery will begin in November 2015

  8. First Wind Selects GE’s Wind PowerUp Platform To Increase Output From U.S. Wind Farms

    GE recently announced it has contracted with renewable power producer First Wind to implement GE’s PowerUp services on 107 GE 1.5-77 and 1.5-82.5 wind turbines at the Milford I and Milford II wind farms in Utah

  9. Fluor Wins Construction Contract For American Electric Power In Oklahoma

    Fluor Corporation was awarded a construction contract by American Electric Power (AEP) to provide environmental retrofit services at the utility company’s Northeastern power station in Oologah, Oklahoma

  10. Alphabet Energy Introduces The World’s Most Powerful Thermoelectric Generator

    Alphabet Energy introduced the world’s most powerful thermoelectric generator today, which captures exhaust heat and converts it into electricity

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