China's largest landfill gas (LFG) power generation project, the Laogang LFG facility, will be powered by ecomagination-qualified Jenbacher gas engines. Seven of GE's Jenbacher J420 gas engines with a capacity of 10 MW each, will supply electricity to the new Laogang LFG facility located in Shanghai, GE Energy said.
PREdistribuce, the Czech electricity distribution network operator, has selected Siemens to implement a Smart Grid as a network control system to stabilise electricity supply in Prague's power grid. Siemens said it will implement the latest software version of the Spectrum Power network control system over the next three years.
Schmack Biogas, a German suppliers of biogas technologies, is close to finalising construction works of a 2.85 MW biogas-to-energy plant Tongere, Belgium. "We plan to get the plant ready to start full commercial operations in the second half of this year," Schmack Biogas sales representative, Gernot Buchta, told Gas-to-Power Journal.
Advanced Power, a developer and project financier of independent power plants, said today it will close its Hamburg office following the decision cease the development of its 1,200 MW combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant project in Wustermark, Germany. The development of a gas-fired power plant project in Bocholt will be managed from London.
Bangladesh's independent power producer Summit Power Ltd. has signed several deals with General Electric (GE) and China National Electric Engineering Co. (CNEEC) to build a 335 MW dual-fuel power plant near the capital Dhaka. The plant will run on natural gas as well as on oil, the operator Summit Power said.