VW Southeast Asia

Renewable Energy

Besides fossil fuels, Valve World also covers renewable energy sectors, such as hydrogen, hydropower, wind, CCS et cetera. The development and scaling up of green hydrogen production will definitely impact the valve and actuation sector.

Tamil Nadu to attract investment in alternative fuels

The Tamil Nadu government will continue to attract investments in the alternative fuels segment and will extend support to such projects.

Doosan Enerbility wins USD 1.2bn contract Egypt power plant

Doosan Enerbility has secured a USD 1.2bncontract to build a turbine island at the El Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Egypt.

NHPC wants to build three hydro-electric projects

NHPC Ltd, which runs the 45MW Nimoo Bazgo hydro-electric project, wants to put up three more hydel projects in the Union Territory.

ADNOC and GAIL India sign MoU for LNG collaboration

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and GAIL (India) Limited to explore collaboration opportunities in LNG supply and decarbonisation.

Jakson Green signs Rs 22,400 cr MoU for green hydrogen, ammonia

Jakson Green has signed a MOU with the Government of Rajasthan to invest Rs 22,400 crore in green hydrogen and ammonia projects.

Aamanya Organics to set up ethanol manufacturing unit

Aamanya Organics is planning to set up an ethanol manufacturing unit with a capacity of 250 klpd in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat.

NTPC signs MoU with Mitsubishi

NTPC Ltd signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Japan, and its subsidiary Mitsubishi Power India Private Limited

JSW Energy wins LoI from Himachal Pradesh Govt.

JSW Energy said that its wholly owned subsidiary JSW Neo Energy has received a letter of intent (LoI) from the Government of Himachal Pradesh

Thermal plants with 8,340MW capacity under construction

Tamilnadu Electricity Minister said the new thermal power plants with a total capacity of 8,340 megawatt (MW) were under various stages of construction

ReNew Power to invest Rs 30,000 cr

ReNew Power plans to invest Rs 30,000 crore over the next two years to scale up its solar and wind energy capacities