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Russia and China against sanctions to Syria over its nuclear programme

Syria’s international reputation suffered on Thursday after the United Nations nuclear watchdog voted to report the country to the Security Council, accusing Syria of a covert nuclear reactor construction and its unwillingness to cooperate with investigators.

read more... 10/06/2011


Iran and Armenia to boost energy cooperation

The Iranian newspaper Teheran Times reported that Iran and Armenia will start the construction of a third electricity transmission line between the two countries within two weeks. The project is estimated to cost about $110 million and will have a capacity of 800-900MW between the two countries.

read more... 01/06/2011


A $7bn LNG plant near Vladivostok

Gazprom and a consortium of Japanese companies will invest $7 billion in the construction of a LNG plant in the Far Eastern Russia, near the Pacific port of Vladivostok, as the Russian giant plans to boost its natural gas supplies to Europe.

read more... 27/05/2011


Enfinity to complete two solar projects

One of the largest French renewable energy companies, Enfinity, will complete the construction of two solar projects in Les Mees (France) worth 70 million Euros, at construction of which will involve around 350 people. The solar plants, situated on a plateau at an altitude of 800 metres, will cover a surface of 36 hectares with 79,000 modules with a total installed capacity of 18.2 MW.

read more... 19/05/2011


Saft Groupe could end the construction of the largest Solar-Storage Utility by the end of this year

According to officials of the French battery maker, Saft Groupe SA Company, the construction of the largest storage system of a photovoltaic plant in Europe will be completed by the end of this year.

read more... 06/04/2011