Kogan Creek Solar Boost
project in Queensland
-one of the highlights
at Clean Power Asia.
 
Bangkok, Thailand — ESI-AFRICA.COM — 17 June 2011 –  Over 300 global power industry professionals from more than 14 countries are to gather for unique meeting in Bangkok to report back on renewable and cleaner fossil power projects during the upcoming Clean Power Asia from 28 to 30 June.

The Ministry of Energy of Thailand is officially supporting Clean Power Asia, which is being held in the Thai capital, and is focusing on both renewable and cleaner fossil power. Energy experts from Thailand, Singapore, Korea, China, the Philippines, Australia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, India, Pakistan and Iran will be attending the event. Among the highlights to be featured are:

  • Australia’s Kogan Creek Solar Boost project “’ the largest solar integration with a coal-fired power station in the world
  • A report on the successful project implementation and rehabilitation of the Ambuklao power plant in the Philippines “’ decommissioned after an earthquake in 1999 “’ and now undergoing a rehabilitation project that will increase its capacity to 105MW and restore it to operating status by the third quarter of 2011
  • China WindPower’s plans to build and operate up to 800 MW of new wind farms by 2012
  • Keys to success from Southeast Asia’s largest solar power plant project in Thailand
  • Optimisation of hydropower generation in peninsular Malaysia
  • Lessons learned from one of the first European-style organic waste-to-energy projects in Thailand
  • Environmental considerations related to the development and implementation of the 660MW coal-fired power plant project in Thailand
  • Successful cleaner fossil fuel coal-based power plant development: the Tianjin IGCC project in China
  • PLN Indonesia’s approach to environmentally friendly coal power production
  •  Thailand’s Mae Moh coal fired power plant’s achievements in reducing emissions through technological and operational improvements
  • Korea’s experiences in cost savings while generating ultra-clean electricity