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Ansaldo wins deal for 300 MW German gas plant


Ansaldo Energia will build and supply the power generation equipment for a 300-MW German gas-fired facility.

Sulzer presents cutting-edge technology at POWERGEN Asia


Leading provider of turnkey repair solutions and pumping equipment to the power generation sector, Sulzer, will be exhibiting and making a technical presentation at POWERGEN Asia next month.

Asia Pacific to continue to lead $36bn steam turbine market


The global steam turbine market registered a market value of $9.25bn in 2018, primarily driven by growth in China.

MAN Energy engines to power 200 MW Cambodia plant


MAN Energy Solutions and China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) have jointly won the contract to build a 200 MW power station in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

Siemens wins deal for 840 MW Iraq gas turbine plant


Global power giant Siemens will supply turbines, generators, transformers and diagnostic services for a key 840 MW gas-fired power plant in Iraq.

MAN Energy engines boost Gibraltar energy supply


Germany’s MAN Energy Solutions has successfully commissioned six engines in a new power plant on the island of Gibraltar.

Rolls-Royce and GETEC sign decentralised energy pact


Rolls-Royce and German energy provider GETEC have signed a deal to design, build and operate decentralised energy systems in Europe.

Siemens to equip power plant in Armenia


Siemens will supply a complete power island for the new Yerevan 2 combined cycle power plant at the existing plant site in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.

Wartsila bags biggest Bangladesh service deal


Finland-headquartered energy technology group Wärtsilä has signed two major deals with Summit Group, the largest independent power producer in Bangladesh.

Aggreko renews onsite power deal with Cirque du Soleil


Onsite power specialist Aggreko has renewed its partnership with legendary circus show Cirque du Soleil.

Industry opinion: Bridging the renewables gap - What role can gas hybrids play?


While the energy landscape seemed frozen in time for several decades from the 1950s until 2000, we have certainly come out of the ice age and are now headed, perhaps a little too quickly, to much warmer times.

Tunisia oil plant to fit solar and storage system


Greek EPC company METKA is to build an off-grid hybrid energy system at an upstream oil facility in Tunisia.

Slovakia coal plant refitted with gas engines for CHP


A coal-fired district heating plant in Slovakia is to be upgraded to a CHP facility running on gas engines.

Biogas to cut emissions at Ukraine industrial plant


One of the largest agricultural producers in Ukraine is to cut 24,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from one of its facilities by installing an onsite biogas cogeneration plant.

MAN Energy to deliver 170 MW to Bangladesh


Germany’s MAN Energy Solutions will provide the generation technology for two power plants in Bangladesh.

Wärtsilä combines engines and storage with machine learning


Technology group Wärtsilä has today launched a new energy solution which combines engines with energy storage and machine learning.

The role of the gas turbine in the energy transition


With so many new and developing technologies jostling for space in the power sector, the importance of the gas turbine in the European energy transition has often been overlooked.

Mytilineos wins $132m deal for Slovenia CHP plant


Greek EPC company Mytilineos has won a €118m ($132m) contract for a new combined heat and power plant in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Doosan Skoda supplies 155 MW steam turbine for Polish plant


A 155 MW steam turbine manufactured by Doosan Škoda will be installed at a new power plant in Warsaw.

Siemens wins landmark Afghan power plant deal


Siemens will provide the power component of the first gas-fired plant built in Afghanistan since the 1970s.

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