BioEnergy Bytes

  • BioEnergyBytesDFThe 2nd Myanmar Power Summit will be taking place September 23-25, 2013 at the Sedona Hotel Yangon. The complete agenda is now available. His Excellency U Khin Maung Soe, Union Minister of Electric Power, Myanmar will inaugurate the three-day summit with a keynote address. The summit brings together Myanmar government’s spokespersons as well as industry players to provide latest update on power situation in Myanmar, government plans and more.
  • Sierra Instruments, a global mass flow instrument manufacturer, has released a new, free biogas measurement white paper. “Precise Biogas Measurement: Overcoming the Challenges of Changing Gas Composition,” offers engineers, as well as plant and facilities managers, solutions for precise biogas measurement even with the changing gas composition, an inherent application challenge in biogas energy flow measurement.
  • Goldpoly New Energy Holdings Limited announced that it has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement as well as an agreement for the acquisition of 100MW of roof-top solar power plants with China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings Limited. The strategic cooperation agreement between Goldpoly and Singyes proposes that both parties will strategically cooperate with respect to roof-top and ground solar power plants, micro-grid projects, green energy-saving buildings, application of low-carbon new energy in the islands in China as well as development of green, intelligent low-carbon, satellite cities in China.
  • The City of Lemoore and Chevron Energy Solutions are starting the construction of an expansive solar installation to power domestic water wells, a wastewater treatment plant, the Cinnamon Municipal Complex, Police Department, and several other facilities throughout the city. The project is expected to generate over 3 megawatts of electricity and reduce purchases from the electric utility by close to 100 percent for most of the facilities included. Over its life, and after paying all its costs, the City of Lemoore is expected to save close to $45 million.

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