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World’s Largest Sea Tidal Power Plant will be built in Indonesia, which is approved by Indonesian government. The possible location of the facility will be Indonesian island of Flores. The 23 MW new Sea Tidal Power Plant will provide power to about 100,000 people of the area. This plant was named Palmerah Tidal Bridge will  [ Read More ]

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Most of you are familiar with one of the main parameters which affects most on the output and efficiency of a gas turbine, yes that is the ambient temperature. As you know, the gas turbine output depends on the mass flow of air sucked into the compressor, and mass flow is inversely proportional to the  [ Read More ]

POWER Magazine Announces Gas-Fired Top Plant Award Winners HOUSTON, September 4, 2012 – Each year, POWER magazine selects the most noteworthy gas-fired power plants worldwide to be designated Top Plants. Winning plants are profiled in the September issue, and awards are presented at a banquet the following May at the ELECTRIC POWER Conference & Exhibition.  [ Read More ]

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Emerson Process Management is replacing gas and steam turbine controls, as well as balance of plant (BOP) controls, at the Felipe Carrillo Puerto power plant in Valladolid, Mexico. The 220 MW, 2×1 combined cycle plant is owned by Comisíon Federal de Electricidad (CFE). The plant’s existing Siemens controls had been in use since the plant  [ Read More ]

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Nebraska-based Tenaska on Monday said it would sell a portion of interests in five power plants to Japanese energy firms Tyr Energy and Chubu Electric. The five plants are: the 945-MW Tenaska Georgia Generating Station near Franklin, Ga.; the 885-MW Tenaska Virginia Generating Station near Scottsville, Va.; the 1,220-MW Tenaska Kiamichi Generating Station near Kiowa,  [ Read More ]

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A New Meaning For Smart Grids In Europe BY FIONA RIDDOCH Cogeneration can enhance smart grid operation by balancing the intermittent availability of renewable fuels Editor’s Note: The following article was provided by Fiona Riddoch, managing director of COGEN Europe. COGEN Europe is the European trade association for the promotion of cogeneration, with the goal  [ Read More ]

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