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Are micro-grids the answer to energy poverty?

Imagine you are one of the 840 million people around the world who live without access to electricity: Basic machinery is powered manually, you rush to finish work before sundown, there are limited means for reading or studying at night, and you are more ...

January 22, 2020 (0) comments

Indonesia’s first floating solar plant

UAE based Masdar has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), the state electricity company in Indonesia, for the first floating solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in the country. The 145 MW PV plant, which will also b more ...

January 22, 2020 (0) comments

Worlds largest hydro/solar floating power project Thailand

The consortium of BGRIM Power – Energy China , comprising  B Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM) and China Energy Engineering Group Shanxi Electric Power Engineering Co Ltd. (Energy China) has signed a EPC contract to build the world’s largest hydro-floatin more ...

January 22, 2020 (0) comments

Can Singapore run without fossil fuels?

Could Singapore run without fossil fuels? Possibly. The government is thinking about it because of global trends, although getting to that future quickly will disrupt the current economic structure and affect jobs. Minister of Trade and Industry Chan more ...

January 22, 2020 (0) comments

China can boost ASEAN’s Smart City Dreams

China has a lot to offer the ambitious Asean Smart City Network project and has pledged to share its experience and technologyBut the rise of anti-China sentiment in Asean over South China Sea tensions and unpopular Mekong dam projects may hinder coo more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

GE T&D India appoint Pitamber Shivnani as CEO

GE Group company GE T&D India on Wednesday said it has appointed Pitamber Shivnani as CEO and president of the company''s grid business in South Asia with immediate effect. He replaced Sunil Wadhwa, who left the company to pursue opportunities ou more ...

January 16, 2020 (0) comments

SE Asia’s first Hydrogen powered bus service launched in Malaysia

Kuching’s hydrogen-fuelled bus service launched today and earned the thumbs-up from Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Abang Johari Openg. It is also the first city in South-east Asia to operate the hydrogen bus service. Abang Johari, together with state T more ...

January 22, 2020 (0) comments


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