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Nearly 60% of Iran’s power generation funded by private sector
About 60 percent of Iran’s power generation capacity was created by the private sector funding and more investment is being made in this sector, said head of Iran's Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution Management Company (Tavanir).
Miners welcome South Africa's plans to open up power generation
South Africa's announcement that it will open up electricity generation to other players, effectively breaking Eskom's monopoly, has been welcomed by many, especially the mining industry, a key sector in Africa's most industrialized economy.
Renewables account for over 800 MW of Iranian power: Report
Iran is speeding up efforts for development of the renewable energy sector as latest data show that electricity generation capacity from renewables has reached 841 megawatts (MW).
Renewables account for over 800 MW of Iranian power: Report
Iran is speeding up efforts for development of renewable energy sector as latest data show electricity generation capacity form the renewables has reached 841 megawatts (MW).
Solar panels could soon be generating power at night
As beneficial as current solar panel technology has been in our quest to switch to renewable energy, such panels can't generate electricity at night. Now, new research suggests it could be possible to design panels that can operate around the clock.
Energy minister: Over 130 major projects inaugurated in recent months
A total of 133 major projects were inaugurated in 22 Iranian provinces during the past few months with $4.62 billion in investments, said the energy minister on Saturday.
Iran saves $1b by replacing diesel fuel with gas in Kish Power Plant
By replacing diesel with gas in the Kish Power Plant, the country has saved an equivalent of $1 billion worth of diesel, said the head of the Iranian Offshore Oil Company’s Kish District.
Winter storm lashing Spain causes four deaths, power cuts
A winter storm pummeled much of Spain for a third day Tuesday, leaving 200,000 people without electricity, schools closed and roads blocked by snow as it killed four people.
Indian power ministry seeks more time for coal-fired plants to install emission equipment
India’s federal power ministry has proposed a new deadline for coal-fired power plants around New Delhi to install equipment to reduce emissions, a government official said on Friday.
Iran’s thermal power stations overhaul underway
Over 97,000 megawatt (MW) capacity of Iran’s thermal power plants are undergoing a general overhauling program to get ready for next year’s peak period demand, announced a Thermal Power Plants Holding Company (TPPH) official.
Iran raises power plant capacity by 13,000 MW
Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said that the Iranian government has added about 13,000 megawatts of electricity to the country’s grid over the past five years, showing a 25-percent increase year-on-year.
Indian power demand declines for fourth quarter in a row
Power demand and generation declined for the fourth quarter in a row in India, indicating a slowdown in the economy.
Siemens helping Iran launch 5 GW of modern power plants
Germany’s engineering giant Siemens is backing Iran in plans to launch power plants relying on modern gas turbines that would add some 5 gigawatts (GW) to the country’s electricity generation capacity.
Zimbabwe deepens power cuts to 24 hours on loss of Eskom imports
Zimbabwe’s state-owned Zesa Holdings Ltd. escalated power cuts to as long as 24 hours after losing regional power imports and local generation capacity remains critically constrained.
Coal power becoming 'uninsurable' as firms refuse cover
The number of insurers withdrawing cover for coal projects more than doubled this year and for the first time US companies have taken action, leaving Lloyd’s of London and Asian insurers as the “last resort” for fossil fuels, according to a new report.

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