Toshiba has won a major order to supply equipment for the Malea hydropower plant which is being built in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Takafumi Kakudo, director of the clean coal division at the Japanese ministry of economy, trade and industry has stated in an interview, “It is not realistic to quit coal entirely.”
A deal brokered by US and Indian heads of state Barack Obama and Narendra Modi will see Westinghouse build six nuclear reactors in India.
Toshiba is set to supply a flash steam turbine system and generator for a geothermal power project in Turkey.
Toshiba has won an order to supply steam turbines and generators for the extension of a coal-fired plant in Vietnam.
An off-grid hybrid power project under development in Australia is to be supported by a battery energy storage system.
Toshiba is considering a $1.7bn writedown for its nuclear business creating speculation among investors that the value and goodwill for the unit was overstated.
The 240 MW Kinyerezi natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Tanzania, the country’s first such facility.
Toshiba Corporation is deliberating on whether to spin off its struggling nuclear power business in Japan and rebuilding it as a separate company as part of sweeping restructuring.
A coal plant in Indonesia is to get a 1000 MW extension.