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China Will Be Global Renewables Superpower

The continuing growth in renewable energy around the world is set to boost the power of China while undermining the influence of major oil exporters such as Russia and Middle East states like Saudi Arabia, according to a new report on the geopolitical implications of the changing energy landscape. With a leading position in renewable energy output as well as in related technologies such as electric vehicles ...

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How Will The Philippines Meet Ambitious Electricity Demand?

THE Philippines needs new power plants if it is to provide the electricity that will deliver the government’s ambitious growth plans. The country risks falling behind its neighbors as it competes for foreign direct investment in generation infrastructure. It also faces a future locked into expensive and polluting coal. The question for government is: “How do we create a level playing field for the developme ...

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MAN Energy Solutions Develops Presence in Finland

MAN Energy Solutions Takes Next Step in Developing Presence in Finland MAN Energy Solutions has won the contract to design and deliver an LNG regasification terminal for the Forchem company in Rauma. Forchem, an innovative and industry-leading company producing chemical and Animal feed products from tall oil, has chosen to convert the boiler for generating steam for the refinery processin to natural gas/ bi ...

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Ansaldo Energia Global Hydrogen Energy Leader!

  Ansaldo Energia unveils new H2 solutions making it the undisputed global leader in hydrogen-based energy technology In today’s dynamic and fast changing power generation market, gas turbine power plant operators are demanding solutions for their newly installed and existing assets to provide unprecedented and ‘future-proof’ operational flexibility in order to optimize their ability to profit from cha ...

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The Growth Of Battery Storage

The recent announcement that the world’s largest lithium-ion battery will be installed in South Australia by the end of 2017 is lending rare optimism to proponents of utility scale battery storage around the world. This feat is expected to transform and fast track reliable renewable energy not only in Australia, but also around the world where this form of energy, while highly desired, remains short of guar ...

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Zinc-Air Batteries Cheaper Than Lithium-Ion?

Lithium-ion batteries have become essential for powering electric cars and storing energy generated by solar panels and wind turbines. But their drawbacks are also by now familiar: They use scarce minerals, are vulnerable to fires and explosions, and are pricey. A plentiful, safe and more affordable alternative would be worth a lot. On Wednesday, an energy company headed by the California billionaire Patric ...

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Asia Outbidding European Utilities for LNG

Northwest European liquefied natural gas terminals are for the first time exporting more of the fuel than they are feeding into the region’s pipeline networks. Even with the European benchmark at a record for this time of year, surging demand in Asia to South America means traders are sending ships with the super-chilled gas there instead of supplying utilities at home. Most of the LNG tankers that have arr ...

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Data Centre Energy Use & Renewable Implementation

The world’s appetite for data is growing as businesses and processes go digital. To feed this demand, experts believe that the ICT industry will be responsible for 14% of global emissions by 2040. Singapore, a growing tropical data centre hub which accounts for 60% of Southeast Asia’s data centre market, expects to see data centres consume up to 12 percent of the country’s total energy demand by 2030, accor ...

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LNG Gas Trade Asia

According to the International Energy Agency, global natural gas trade has grown by more than 40% over the past 15 years. Over the next five years, current trade flows are expected to significantly diversify, boosted by development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure. LNG trade, which grew by 11% in 2017 to 391 billion cubic meters (bcm) is expected to surpass 500 bcm in 2023, driven by strong dem ...

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Is coal pricing pressuring Malaysias power sector?

 PETALING JAYA: Global coal prices, which have been on a steady rise, hit a six-year high early this month, increasingly putting pressure on the power generation industry in the country. Coal plays a large role in Malaysia’s energy scheme and is fully imported. Some 63%, is imported from Indonesia, with another 24% coming from Australia and the remainder from nations as far away as Russia (11%) and South Af ...

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