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Attracting investment in Hydro Power

 Hydropower is a strategic industry in Central Asia, as industrial production is developing and digitalization is ongoing in the region. How to attract investment in the hydropower sector, improve cooperation and develop green energy in the region? These issues were discussed by the participants of the international congress "Hydropower Central Asia and Caspian 2020" held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on Febr ...

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Powerwall puts solar power on a par with conventional electricity

Prices for home power-storage batteries look likely to fall in Japan as U.S. electric car maker Tesla moves to offer its Powerwall batteries here, with major implications for the country's utilities. The Powerwall is much cheaper than competing Japanese products in terms of storage capacity per kilowatt-hour. Taking into account the cost of installing solar panels and other costs, the batteries can make sol ...

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Australia’s Hydrogen Future

Australia is a nation built on natural resources.  They have fortified our economic growth and lifted our prosperity. They created generations worth of jobs and income for regional communities. Their boom-and-bust cycles are part of our national identity and the peaks and troughs of modern Australia. CSIRO CEO Larry Marshall with a mini-hydrogen fuel cell.  CREDIT:EAMON GALLAGHER Australian coal h ...

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Prime Power targets 1000MW renewable output in 3 years

Prime Road Power Plc is gearing up renewable power projects in Asia with a power generation target of 1,000 megawatts by 2023. Chairman Somprasong Panjalak said Prime is keen to develop renewable power projects in Thailand and plans to participate in the Energy for All scheme for community-owned power projects. The Energy Ministry plans to begin the scheme with a pilot capacity of 100MW in 2020. "Prime has ...

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Coal Power Output Falls in India first time in 10 Years

India’s annual electricity generation from coal-fired utilities fell in 2019 for the first time in a decade, government data showed, amid a broader economic slowdown and increased use of renewable energy. India is the second largest consumer, importer and producer of coal behind China. The world’s third largest greenhouse gas emitter consumed nearly 1 billion tonnes of the fuel in 2018/19, with utilities ac ...

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ENGIE Commission 250MW Kadapa Solar Plant

ENGIE  announced the full commissioning of the 250 MW solar project in Andhra Pradesh, India. The 200 MW phase was commissioned ahead of schedule in May 2019 and this milestone supports ENGIE’s ambition to be a major renewables development partner as India becomes one of the fastest growing countries in global energy transition. The remaining 50 MW were recently commissioned to the existing 200 MW capa ...

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Roxtec extends high density cable sealing solution range

Cable and pipe transit provider Roxtec adds two new versions to its popular range of Roxtec HD (High Density) cable transit devices for use in terminal boxes, cabinets and enclosures. Developed for high cable density applications with high demands for environmental protection, Roxtec HD transits help securing sites and saving time during design, installation and upgrades.Roxtec HD transits are tested and ap ...

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Insurance critical in Renewable energy shift Asia

As the need to shift to more sustainable forms of energy becomes more pronounced due to climate change, insurance will be crucial in helping Asian nations in achieving the transition to renewable energy, according to a report by Willis Towers Watson. In its inaugural ‘Renewable Energy Market Review for 2020’ report, the global consultancy and brokerage identified several realities that the insurance industr ...

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Water Agencies Leverage Smart Grid Technology

While developed nations in Asia-Pacific are completely digitizing their water assets and establishing smart water grids, the developing nations are focusing more on building the infrastructure needed to provide safe and reliable drinking water and sanitation facilities. The urban water infrastructure market is expected to surge ahead with key investments in the replacement of old pi ...

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VPower Group partners CNTIC to boost 900MW Generation Capacity in Myanmar

Hong Kong listed VPower Group International Holdings Limited (VPower Group), a leading DPG station owner and operator in Asia, announced today (10 February) that the Group and China National Technical Import & Export Corporation (CNTIC) have set up a joint venture company with nominal equity capacity, held as to 50% by each party, for the investment in, development and operation of three power projects ...

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