power

  • Energyst's 50 MW temporary power station in Cyprus.
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    Energyst installs 50 MW power plant in Cyprus

    2008-08-04T14:47:00Z

    Energyst CAT Rental Power has installed 50 MW of temporary power in Cyprus to cope with the influx of 2.5 million tourists to the island over the summer months.

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    Mexico cancels Plan Puebla-Panamá projects

    2008-06-06T13:13:00Z

    Mexico is to cancel 95% of its Plan Puebla-Panamá (PPP) projects to make its integration objective more viable, reports local paper Diario de Xalapa.

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    Hertz buys Spanish power renter Quilovat

    2008-05-29T09:02:00Z

    Hertz Equipment Rental Co (HERC) acquired Quilovat, a Spanish power rental company based near Barcelona, in March this year. The price was not disclosed.

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    Going nuclear

    2008-05-08T15:32:00Z

    Around the world nations increasingly look to new nuclear power plants to help meet the growing demand for electricity with a reliable source of clean, carbon-free energy. Due to nuclear power producing no pollutants or greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming, it has gained the support

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    Africa plans world's biggest dam in DR Congo

    2008-04-29T15:02:00Z

    African politicians and financiers have met in London to discuss plans to build the largest and most powerful hydroelectric dam in the world, according to the UK's BBC news agency.

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    4 GW Gujarat power plant

    2008-04-28T14:14:00Z

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has leant US$ 450 million to Coastal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL), a subsidiary of Tata Power, to help build and operate the Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project.