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This month, Alstom completed two important milestones for Chaglla Project, in Peru Beyond the end of the assembly process of the first generator unit, and the realization of the Run Out, which does the aligning of the components to generate power energy, it was delivered and initiated the installation work of two transformers lifts that will make the energy distribution of the generators unit to the final costumers. The next steps are the assembly process of the second generator unit and the installations of the plant's auxiliary and command equipments. “It's an honor for Alstom to work in one of the major [...]
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Voith Hydro Shanghai has met the highest standards in current projects by passing excellently in different performance tests. All these hydropower projects in China are progressing fast and smoothly, as Voith has fulfilled the customer's requirements A 72-hour trial operation of the Voith machine was conducted at the Li Yuan hydropower plant at the end of last year: The customer Yuannan Jinsha River Hydropower Co. was very satisfied with the test run for the plant situated on the Jinsha river at the border of Yulong County (Lijiang) and Shangri-La County (Diqing). Right after the examination the machine went into commercial operation. [...]
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NV Energy has announced that it is seeking proposals to secure an additional 100 megawatts of renewable energy resources for Southern Nevada customers as part of its 2015 Request for Proposals (RFP) for renewable energy resources. The 2015 RFP will be combined with the previously issued 2014 renewable energy RFP for a total of up to 200 megawatts of new renewable energy resources. The company had issued a 100-megawatt Renewable Energy RFP in October 2014, with plans to issue an additional 100 megawatt RFP in late 2015. However, in response to comments raised by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada [...]
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