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POWER ENGINEERING NEWS

12 years after entering the wind power market, GE says that the industry is rapidly innovating to the extent that governments are showing a growing appreciation of wind’s competitiveness as an energy option.

British bank Standard Chartered is to pledge an additional $3bn to an initiative that aims to build power projects to improve electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa.  

Local residents have raised concerns about a planned power plant in Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady region.

The French environment minister, Segolene Royal, has announced that around $13.4bn is to garnered from tax credits and low-interest loans to help grow France’s energy efficiency and renewable generation capacities.

Centrica has officially appointed Iain Conn as CEO. Mr Conn will leave his role as chief executive of BP, downstream, BP's refining and marketing division, to replace Sam Laidlaw who steps down at the end of the year.

Chimori Naito, the former vice president of Kansai Electric Power Co. (KEPCO), a leading provider of nuclear power, has admitted to secretly paying seven of Japan's prime ministers 20,000,000 yen (about $200,000) on an annual basis for 18 years.

The Gaza Strip’s only power plant is offline after it was hit today by what some reports say were shells fired from an Israeli tank, and other reports attribute to a missile strike. The source of the bombardment could not be confirmed at this time.

Serbia’s power generation capacity has been compromised by recent floods and the country’s government is coming to terms with the fact that it will now have to increase its energy imports just when it had planned to reduce that dependency.

Canada’s TransAlta Corporation is to build and operate a 150 MW combined cycle gas power station in South Hedland, Western Australia after winning a A$570m contract from state-owned Horizon Power.

The Brazilian state of Pernambuco has announced that it will buy the electricity from solar projects resulting from its first solar auction, having failed to find buyers for the power.

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