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GE technology selected to rebuild ESPs at Maritza East 3 in Bulgaria

GE has been awarded a contract by Enel to complete phase six of an eight-phase project at Enel’s coal fired Maritza East 3 (EME3) in Bulgaria.


AES Corp, the first US power producer to enter China, about two decades ago, is looking to sell all or some of its assets there, because it cannot pass on higher coal costs in a state-regulated industry.

Asia-Pacific World News

China: Chinese company Engloway, has awarded a contract for supplying two 90 MW steam extraction turbines to a Russian company.


Soaring energy use shocks China State figures recording China's massive energy demand growth have prompted industrialized nations to press the country to take action on...


Four regions in South Korea have bid to host the repository for low and intermediate level radioactive waste the national government plans to have built by 2008.

World News: asia-pacific

Officials of the Philippine government said the country will need 7150 MW within the next ten years if an energy crisis is to be averted.


Cabinet clears radical policy The government of India's state of Maharashtra has granted IPPs a host of concessions in a radical policy designed to attract...

Cogeneration taking centre-stage in China

With the once-in-a-decade handover of power within China's Communist Party government complete, the country's new administration is beginning to find its feet.

Developing Chinas electric power sector will require international cooperation

With a need to double its existing installed capacity by 2010, China will remain the largest market for new generating equipment


US power producer AES has lost a R5bn ($653m) contract that South Africa’s Minerals and Energy Department had awarded it as head of a consortium that would have built two gas fired peaking plants.