Siemens Gamesa wins 326-MW wind power orders
Siemens Gamesa to install 135 units of its G114-2.0-MW wind turbines and 28 units of its G97-2.0 MW wind turbines across different sites which are set for commissioning by March 2018. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has won wind power orders for a total of 326 MW from many independent power producers and Industrial customers in India.
A buoyant market ahead
One of the essential components of a thermal or nuclear power plant is the cooling tower. Even in the modern age of renewable energy, solar thermal power plant requires a cooling tower application, though not in the same size and shape as that of a thermal or nuclear power station.
40 mt active basins erected for energy storage
The tallest wind turbines in the world are currently being erected near Schwäbisch Hall in the north-east of Baden-Württemberg. The Max Bögl Group is erecting four turbines with a total height of 240 metres which will stand on enormous water basins.
L and T makes its mark in Bangladesh
Larsen & Toubro Limited has commissioned gas turbines in open cycle for two large gas-based power projects in Bangladesh in quick succession during March 2017. The first 150 MW gas turbine for Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB)’s 225 MW Combined Cycle (Dual Fuel) Power Plant at Sikalbaha in Chittagong district was synchronised with the national grid on March 25, 2017.
Increasing Wind Turbine AEP with Vortex Generators
Wind turbines often face the challenge of balancing between manufacturability vs efficiency. As a wind blade's design cannot be, exclusively aimed at maximizing aerodynamics, some design compromises can lead to aerodynamic stall, which causes a reduction in efficiency and lower annual energy production (AEP).
T_V S_D supports CEZ Group in wind-farm acquisition
CEZ Group acquired eight wind farms from project developer wpd. The majority of the wind farms, which have a total of 35 wind turbines and installed capacity of 85.25 MW, are located in the northern part of Germany.
Siemens wins order worth Rs.366 cr from ONGC
Siemens Ltd announced that it has won an order worth approximately Rs.366 crore from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC). The order includes supply of material for overhauling of 18 power turbines through zero hour overhaul and time continued overhaul.
Operations and Maintenance (O&M) as an industrial function comprises of a broad spectrum of activities required to assure that the set-up, equipment and parts of a factory/unit perform the functions for which the facility was constructed.
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