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Equis invest $4BN in RE in next 2 years

Singapore-headquartered renewable energy and waste infrastructure developer Equis Development plans to invest over $4 billion in renewable energy projects across the Asia Pacific over the next two years, a top executive said. In addition to renewable more ...

March 31, 2020 (0) comments

Shuakhevi hydro power project commences commercial operation

Adjaristsqali Georgia (AGL), a joint venture between Tata Power, Norway’s Clean Energy Invest (CEI) and International Finance Corporation (IFC) has announced commercial operation of 178 MW Shuakhevi hydro power project (Shuakhevi HPP) located in sout more ...

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Largest Wind Turbines to be Utilised in Vietnam with Blue Circle

The Blue Circle and AC Energy have ordered the first GE 5MW-158 from General Electric (GE) for the second phase of the Mui Ne project in South Vietnam The Blue Circle and its partner AC Energy, the power generation arm of Philippine conglomerate Ayal more ...

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MoU For Singapore’s Hydrogen Initiative

PSA Corporation Limited (PSA), Jurong Port Pte Ltd (Jurong Port), City Gas Pte Ltd, Sembcorp Industries Ltd, Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd, Chiyoda Corporation (Chiyoda) and Mitsubishi Corporation (Mitsubishi) are to explore ways of using hydroge more ...

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South Asian power grid will require an investment of Rs 45,000 crore by 2030

The power transfer potential of cross border electricity trade could be about 5,000-6,000 MW presently, which by 2030 is expected to almost triple to about 15,000 MW Pankaj Batra is the Project Director of South Asia Regional Initiative for Energy In more ...

March 26, 2020 (0) comments

Asia-Pacific to address food losses and waste by using nano-technology

In the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, major economies like China, Japan and South Korea contribute to about 25% of the world’s food waste while other South and Southeast Asian regions together account for 22% of the world’s food waste. Against this back more ...

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