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Google’s First Floating Solar Project

Google will build a floating solar farm above fishing ponds in Taiwan, in the company’s first foray into Asia’s renewable energy market. The company will work with Diode Ventures, Taiyen Green Energy, J&V Energy and New Green Power to build the 10MW facility. Floating solar farms have become popular in the Asia-Pacific regions because they can be built over water, negating the need for large tracts of c ...

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Digitalisation a Major Factor in ASEAN Energy

ASEAN Centre for Energy is helping one of the world’s fastest growing regions to prepare for an impending economic boom and its subsequent power transformation Southeast Asia is quickly becoming one of the most enterprising parts of the global energy system. According to the International Energy Agency, the energy demand of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and its 10-member countries has g ...

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OMV Watching Asia’s Gas Demand

Multi-national OMV is reorganising its regional activities to better meet increasing energy demand in South-East Asia, which may spin out an export opportunity for New Zealand.  New Zealand’s biggest oil and gas producer, which has operated domestically and in Australia for almost 20 years, has partnered with Malaysia’s Sapura Energy to create an Asia-Pacific business of sufficient scale to foot it wit ...

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Asia-Pacific Installed 25GW of Onshore Wind in 2018

Countries in the Asia-Pacific installed just shy of 25GW of onshore wind during 2018, according to figures released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC). The 24.9GW added last year – a 4.2% increase on 2017 – takes the region’s cumulative installed capacity to 256GW. China led the pack with 21.2GW (preliminary) of onshore wind installations. India followed with 2.2GW, while Australia came third with 549 ...

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China’s Coal Plants Almost As Clean As Gas Plants!

 Top marks to the Chinese government as it reveals, three quarters of the country’s coal power generation plants have been fitted with emission-reducing technology to make them among the world’s cleanest coal plants. To date, at least 700 gigawatts (GW) worth of power plants have been fitted with “ultra-low emission” technologies, hitting the country’s target of having 580 GW of coal plants being equipped w ...

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Malaysia Seeking More Solar Power

According to a recent report, the Malaysian state of Kedah recently announced that it is inviting investors to develop more green technology-based projects in the state, especially those relating to solar power. The state’s Chief Minister said this would not only create more jobs but also establish many new business opportunities in terms of the handling, maintenance and installation of solar panels at comm ...

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China Coal Projects Causing Discontent in Pakistan

The environmental impact of China-led coal-fired power generation projects in Pakistan is once again a hot topic of debate, weeks after a meeting of government officials from both sides. A raft of Chinese power projects, including coal-fired ones, have begun to ease the acute electricity shortages that dogged Pakistan's industries and consumers until five years ago. At one point, power cuts lasted for more ...

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TATA Commission South Asia’s Largest Grid Scale Storage System

Tata Power today announced it has commissioned South Asia’s largest grid-scale energy storage system in Delhi. The 10 Megawatt (MW) energy storage system, owned by AES and Mitsubishi Corporation, has been installed at Tata Power Delhi Distribution’s Rohini substation.  It is expected to provide better peak load management, system flexibility and reliability to more than two million consumers, Tata Power sai ...

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MAN Launch New CHP Plant in Germany

MAN Energy Solutions is handing over a new solution for combined heat and power generation (CHP) to energy company EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG. The 30 MW plant in the Gaisburg district of Stuttgart (Germany) commenced commercial operations at the end of December 2018. At the heart of the plant lie three MAN 20V35/44G gas engines, which produce not only electrical energy but also 30 MW district heating ...

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ALE Completes 1000km of Wind Components in Thailand

Demonstrating their expertise in logistics, civils works and the complete turnkey solution, ALE has completed the transportation of heavy wind components through a challenging 1,000km route to the Rom Klao wind farm in Mukdahan, eastern Thailand. Starting in April 2018, ALE was contracted for the full-service package: the transportation, craneage and installation (TCI) scope of 13 wind turbines, measuring u ...

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