Covid energy plunge shrinking coal development in Asia

Travel restrictions and obstruction of supplies borne out of the pandemic have fast-tracked the drop in new coal in a region considered one of the strongest growth markets for dirty energy, a new Global Energy Monitor report has found. The const more ...

August 05, 2020 (0) comments

Singapore gaining ground on Solar target

 Imagine generating renewable energy via solar panels on your rooftop and being able to sell this energy to others. All this could soon be a reality and a step forward for Singapore as it pushes for its 2030 solar target, should a pilot project more ...

August 05, 2020 (0) comments

Brahmaputra Dams – China V India

Both the 12th and 13th Five-Year Plans adopted by the Chinese State Council have called for large-scale expansion of hydropower projects in the southwest, including all three provinces of Tibet. The Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra Ri more ...

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Vestas wins service agreement for Pililla Project in Philippines

Vestas has secured an agreement with Vena Energy to service its 54 MW Gamesa turbines at Pililla Wind Project in Philippines. Courtesy of Vestas  The agreement is the company’s first full scope multi-brand service deal in the country, leveraging its more ...

August 05, 2020 (0) comments

Asia Reassesses Energy Transition Strategies, Accelerates Digital Transformation

Economic and social developments present grid modernization and expansion opportunities in Asia Grid resilience and renewable energy integration remain core investment areas in Asia as the region continues to increase its power grid capacity to suppo more ...

July 30, 2020 (0) comments

Decentralise Global Power Grids for a flexible future

During the 1600s, East Anglia was a thriving centre of the textiles trade. Today, gazing out from England’s east coast shoreline, it is not wool boats you see bobbing on the horizon but wind turbines, offering a symbol of how some old industrial econ more ...

July 16, 2020 (0) comments

Installing Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream treatment plant

Two major utility companies are working to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA Mox treatment plant in 2020. Veolia Water Technologies and Urban Utilities will deliver the treatment plant, using organic and environmentally-focused more ...

July 01, 2020 (0) comments

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