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ー June 03, 2012 ー China gets power sums wrong         

June 03, 2012 - China gets power sums wrong

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◯12060201 India, Times of India
Nabam Tuki markets Arunachal at Dhaka meet
?ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki marketed the state as the future powerhouse of hydropower at the North East India-Bangladesh Business Conclave held as a part of the Indo-Bangla Trade Fair 2012 in Dhaka on Thursday.

◯12060202 Chilie,Inter Press Service
Dam Company in Chile Presses Gov't for Supportive Policies
?HidroAysen, owned by Colbun and the Italian Endesa-Enel group which hold 49 and 51 percent, respectively, of the shares, plans to build five large hydropower plants on the Pascua and Baker rivers in Patagonia in southern Chile.

◯12060203 Pakistan, The Express Tribune
Electricity consumers will no longer enjoy subsidy sweetener
Average supply has remained at 12400 megawatts against demand of 17400MW, in fiscal year 2012 primarily due to fuel supply constraints and low hydropower generation. PHOTO: FILE With energy companies reeling from the impact of Rs500 billion circular ...

◯12060204 Pakistan,Business Recorder (blog)
Rs 360 billion set aside for PSDP
Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh said that Rs 300 billion were released and utilised in the Federal PSDP for the out-going fiscal year at federal level, over 200 projects were completed including Chashma Nuclear plant, Khan Khowar Hydro power ...

◯12060205 Pakistan, Gulf Times
17 projects planned to generate over 20000MW
Hydropower is the cheapest electricity generated through indigenous resource of water. The average tariff for hydel electricity is Rs1.54 per unit as compared to the overall electricity tariff of about Rs9 per unit.

◯12060206 Pakistan,Pakistan Daily Times
Govt criticised for not taking some important decisions
?The completion of ongoing hydropower projects, construction of new dams and allocation for coal power projects have not been made, besides ignoring the interest rate issue altogether, the experts remarked.

◯12060207 Pakistan, Pakistan Daily Times
Rs 192bn allocated for enhancing power generation
Working paper of National Economic Council (NEC) revealed that these national importance projects included Construction of Diamer Bhasha Dam project with allocation Rs 7.785 billion, Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower project, Azad Jammu and Kashmir Rs 26.808 ...

◯12060208 India, The Hindu
Centre pushes for 157 power projects in NE
According to an estimate of the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and private power developers, this State bordering China has the potential to generate over 57000 MW of hydro power. Of the 133 projects already allotted to the State, 125, ...

◯12060209 Thailand, Bangkok Post
CK affirms commitment to Xayaburi
?The SET-listed Ch Karnchang Plc (CK), one of the country's largest contractors, remains committed to the Xayaburi hydroelectric dam in Laos despite the project having been officially halted. "The Lao government will ultimately make the final decision ...

◯12060210 Turkey, EurasiaNet
Ankara Sees Different Shades of Green on Dam Projects
The main motivation for building a dam there is hydropower generation, 99462 milliwatts of it, to be precise. Scheduled for completion in 2014, the river's Kasimlar Dam is part of a scheme to build an additional 1783 dams by 2023 on top of the more ...

◯12060211 China, CNN
China to restart nuclear power program
?China draws most of its energy from burning coal but Beijing is building up wind, solar, hydropower and nuclear power as it seeks to shift toward non-fossil fuel sources. The country is targeting 60GW of nuclear capacity in 2020, according to comments ...

◯12060212 China,Smart Grid News
Chinese solar tariffs: Will they maim or revive the US solar industry?
And because threatened tariffs will make Chinese solar panels and Chinese wind components more expensive. Second, natural gas is getting cheaper thanks to the fracking technology that has unleashed immense new supplies. We've always believed that smart ...

◯12060213 China, Asia Times Online
China gets power sums wrong
The high carbon-intensity of China's electricity is due to the sector's heavy reliance on coal, a very carbon-intensive fuel that is used to generate around 80% of China's electricity. Hydropower accounts for 16% of the country's electricity generation ...


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●US, China to gain from natural gas glut if regulation right, says IEA (120601)

●Myanmar, Govt outlines power plans (120530)
●Myanmar takes urgent measures to resume normal power supply (120527)
●China speeds up approval for large hydropower projects (120525)
●Solar, wind power unlikely to become alternative to atomic energy (120522)
●Philippines willing to share Spratlys bounty ? Aquino (120520)
●In Arunachal's quest for power, the river be dammed (120517)
●Eleven CEO: Amazing changes in Myanmar (120515)
●India might get involved in the Philippine (120513)
●China begins deep sea drilling in S. China Sea (120511)
●Excess LNG from Tangguh to be sold on spot market (120509)
●Japanese Dy MP on a two day visit to Sri Lanka (120507)
●Energy developers eye new grid-stabilizing hydro projects (120503)
●China to link investment in water, power sector with direct award of projects (120501)

●NHPC completes DPR on Myanmar power project (120430)
●Cambodia says officer killed environmentalist in forest clash, then took own (120429)
●Electricity usage hits all-time high 7th time (120427)
●Government to build 7000 mw capacity hydro power plants (120426)
●Manila firm's gas discovery in South China Sea may fuel regional tension (120425)
●China faces up to 40 GW summer power supply gap (120424)
●Protesters to rally at dam builder's HQ3 (120420)
●Delay in Chinese loan puts (120419)
●Myanmar's power struggle endangers economic boom (120416)
●Nepal eyes more hydropower deals after Three Gorges Corp. contract (120409)
●High-voltage solutions needed for central China (120402)

●China, Indonesia push ties (120328)
●China to Gamblers: Come to Cambodia (120322)
●Hydropower dam cracks pose threat to residents (120321)
●Indonesia may delay electricity price increase plan as protests grow (120315)
●Restart the hydro plant, Myanmar govt urged (120313)
●The Nuclear Revival: Mark Lackey (120309)
●SMBC credits Vietnam's Srepok 4A hydro project (120308)
●Construction of Mekong dam project continues (120306)
●Construction of Mekong dam project continues (120305)
●Coal-fired power plant plan may be reborn (120302)
●Brahmaputra water level rises marginally (120301)

●Conflict looms in South China Sea oil rush (120229)
●Beijing cautions India over border issues (120228)
●Arranging Rs 340m for Kurram Tangi Dam (120225)
●Eco groups resent MoEF clearance (120224)
●Mekong River hydropower assessment wins int'l award (120223)
●French agency considering assistance for Munda Dam (120222)
●Vietnam is knocking at the Russian door (120221)
●EVN in the reign of Dao Van Hung: the reputable and disreputable events (120220)
●PR Campaign Begins for Suspended Myitsone Dam (120219)
●PLN to lay $2b submarine cable from Sumatra to Java (120218)
●Egat looks beyond country borders for new projects (120217)
●Coal exports the driver of Indonesian economy in 2012 (120216)
●Insight: As Myanmar opens, China alliance starts to fray (120215)
●Govt's water management adviser revives Salween dam idea (120214)
●The Story of the Nile Waters from Mutual Benefit (120213)
●Pakistan Blaming the wrong party (120212) 
●Burmese Diplomacy Between China And US ? OpEd (120211)
●India Upgrades Military to Match China (120210)
●Backing sought for coal-fired power plant (120209)
●Myanmar's ambitious Dawei project faces uncertainty (120208)
●China needs more coal (120207) 
●Sampur coal power project to proceed under Indian pressure (120206)
●Norochcholai shut down triggers loss (120205)

●Beyond the Indus Water Treaty: A Perspective on Kashmir's “Power” Woes (120204)
●LNG buffer stock unnecessary: Govt (120203)
●Vietnam set sustainable goals for coal mining (120202)
●Myanmar and the Road to Reform (120201)

●Gezhouba Wins $1.4B South Sudan Contract (120131)
●Energy dep’t approves 268 renewable energy projects  (120130) 
●As doors open, businesses face a formidable frontier (120129) 
●Most SMEs insulated from power tariff increase: Govt (120128)
●US wants Pakistan to drop IP project  (120127)
●Japan's Ex-Premier Turns Anti-Nuclear Activist (120126)
●Neelum-Jhelum project may be completed ahead of schedule (120125)
●Outrage over Dams Being Built as Part of India's Hydro Energy Scheme (120124)
●NTPC steps up work on hydel project to pip China (120123)
●‘Deeply concerned’ over US probe: China (120122)
●India-Japan Relations At 60: Setting The Stage For Kizuna (120121)
●Three Gorges Corp interested in West Seti (120119)
●Bhasha Dam risky for Pakistan: expert (120118)
●Situation in South China Sea ‘peaceful and stable’ (120116)
●China pledges Rs 9.75b grant (120115)
●Hydropower plants rescued EVN? (120114)
●What’s Fueling Burma’s Latest Power Play? (120113)
●Huaneng moves ahead on Shandong nuclear plant (120112)
●An Opportunity in Myanmar (120111)
●Munda dam to generate 740 mw power (120110)
●Growing threat to biodiversity(120109)
●SAARC could be the world’s biggest market (120108)
●High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) Converter Stations Market (120107)
●China Vows Backing for Firms Investing Abroad (120106)
●On Mekong Commission, a Stark Absence of Two Countries (120105)
●Sinohydro faces unfamiliar risks in global push (120104)
●Sikkim Guv cautions Govt on hydro projects (120103)
●Fuel mix policy and energy security (120102)
●Power generation:‘$15bn investment to be made (120101)

●Thailand, Cambodia to establish power plant working group (111231)
●Italian Thai Development to conclude Dawei financing in 2012 (111230)
●Japan cranks up provincial power links (111229)
Newest Philippine battleship now in Palawan (111228)
● Funds crunch delaying Neelum-Jhelum project (111228)

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