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Articles tagged with: power-generation



Interview: Eduardo Montich – President, EMA Electro Mecanica, Argentina

The president of EMA Electro Mecanica, one of the leading companies for medium and high voltage equipment in the Americas, highlights the significant opportunities existing in Argentina’s power generation and power distribution segment. Furthermore, he explains how their innovation capabilities …



Interview: Akli Brihi – Country President, Schneider Electric Algeria

The country director of Schneider Electric Algeria talks about energy management in Algeria, the solutions its brings to make it more efficient and the strategic importance of the country in terms of energy in the region and for Europe. You …



Industrias Energéticas – Juan Carlos Hernández Nájera, Director General – Mexico

By offering energy efficient, virtually maintenance-free and environmentally friendly power generation solutions, Juan Hernández demonstrates the rewards of cutting-edge technologies and describes the company’s value added proposition for a cleaner and greener, yet more cost-effective, oil industry.     Could …



Senoko Energy – Brendan Wauters, President and CEO – Singapore

Brendan Wauters describes Senoko Energy’s transition from oil based fuel to gas, the implications this has had for the company and the government policy that drives it. This is all in the wider context of the Singaporean energy mix, and …



Kahramaa – Essa Bin Hilal Al-Kuwari, President – Qatar

The president of Qatar’s electricity and water provider talks about how the utility works to support the development of the country’s oil and gas sector.   Between 2008 and the end of 2013, Qatar nearly doubled its generation capacity to …



Interview: Nicolas Borda, partner, Greenberg Traurig (GT), Mexico

“These changes will certainly not take place overnight through the mandate of a particular law. These reforms, as the most important energy reforms of the past 75 years, will take a certain period of time to bring about a change …



Breaking down the Philippines power sector reform

“The Philippines has one of the most sustainable energy models in the world, because we do not rely on the government to build our power plants, but instead rely on the free market,” claims Senator Sergio de la Rama Osmeña …



German inefficiency? The Wind of Change

According to a senior spokesman at utility company RWE, Germany’s successful transition to a green-powered economy will be a Herculean challenge for the government. The German power market industry is confronting two core challenges: nuclear phase out and the implementation …



Run-of-the-river hydro in Brazil: a viable alternative?

While reservoir hydro facilities guarantee a steady power supply, they often wreak serious environmental damage. Run-of-the-river facilities are an alternative, but they are costly and don’t guarantee the same steady supply of electricity. However, in Brazil, companies are beginning to …



Interview: David Isaac, President, Alloy MTD, Philippines

Isaac David, president of Malaysian conglomerate Alloy MTD, offers a first-hand perspective of FDI opportunity in the Philippines’ nascent hydropower segment. He speaks of the bankability of power generation, the wisdom of establishing joint ventures with local content unprepared for …




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