You Are Here: Home » 2020 » May

Huge energy storage project for Taiwan Power

Taiwan Power Company has partnered with Delta Electronics to build its largest energy storage system as part of a smart grid project on Kinmen Island. Delta will provide a 1MWh lithium-ion battery energy storage system, a 2MW capacity power conditioning system, an energy management platform and environment management systems for installation at the utility’s Xia Xing Power Station. The solution is expected ...

Read more

Increasing capacity with advanced power transmission technology

Asia is upgrading its power grid progressively to meet increased energy demand and expand its distribution network. Core investment areas in the region include grid reliability and renewable energy integration. “An integrated power infrastructure takes advantage of different generation, transmission and distribution technologies to help utilities overcome the pitfalls of aging infrastructure assets while me ...

Read more

Kongsberg Digital and private investor invest in NorSea Digital – changes its name to KONCIV

Through a private placement, Kongsberg Digital acquires additional shares in NorSea Digital, now KONCIV, together with the private investor Jacob Møller. NorSea remains its largest owner. The company provides digital logistics services through its cloud solution.  Kongsberg Digital, a subsidiary of the Kongsberg Group, is a leading software company witihin digitalization of the energy sector and the ma ...

Read more

Rushing for the sun in Myanmar

SAGAING and YANGON – Myanmar is rushing ahead with a major solar power initiative amid the Covid-19 pandemic, giving potential investors just a month to submit bids and raising questions about the tender’s intent and viability. The Ministry of Electricity and Energy published a notice on its official Facebook page dated May 18 inviting companies to submit pre-qualifying bids to construct solar energy p ...

Read more

Towering in Taiwan: new Siemens Gamesa SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbines planned for 300 MW Hai Long 2 offshore wind project

New SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbine is intended to be used for the 300 MW Hai Long 2 project Further discussions ongoing regarding deployment of new turbine for the rest of the 1,044 MW Hai Long pipelineSiemens Gamesa’s manufacturing footprint in Taiwan will drive the introduction of the turbine in Asia Pacific, starting with the Hai Long 2 project Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) and Hai ...

Read more

ADB Finance Wind and Battery Storage Project in Thailand

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a THB235.55 million ($7.2 million equivalent) loan with Lomligor Company Limited (Lomligor), a subsidiary of BCPG Public Company Limited (BCPG), to finance a 10-megawatt (MW) wind power plant in southern Thailand. The project utilizes an integrated 1.88-megawatt-hour (MWh) pilot battery energy storage system to increase the amount of renewable energy delivered to ...

Read more

Indonesia Coal suffers as India shuts down over pandemic

Indonesian coal miners are struggling with slow demand this year as businesses in India, one of the country’s major coal markets, hit the brakes due to a prolonged lockdown to contain the COVID-19 outbreak,  a data firm has said. The South Asian country’s coal imports, a commodity mostly used for power generation, is projected to decrease by 19.1 percent year-on-year (yoy) to 149 million tons, acc ...

Read more

Electricity Act amendments imply privatisation in Indian electricity distribution

High-income economies have privatised their electricity distribution businesses to promote competition and efficiency in the power sector. Electricity regulator protects the interests of consumers. Electricity regulator acts as a legal and enforcement agency and balances the interests of both government and private investors. Globally, distribution utility privatisations have affected the sectoral output po ...

Read more

Going green with graphene

~ Spearhead projects show potential of “wonder material” in renewable energy ~ There is huge demand to find greener renewable alternatives to our traditional, finite energy sources. Now, graphene is unlocking new possibilities within the energy sector, creating a more efficient and sustainable future. Here, Francesco Bonaccorso, deputy head of innovation of the Graphene Flagship, explains how its researcher ...

Read more

Total Solar Distributed Generation to Expand Operating Solar Rooftop Portfolio in Asia Pacific by 60 MW In 2020

 In Asia Pacific, Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG) has completed nearly 8 MW of roof-mounted solar systems so far in 2020, and is projected to complete construction of key projects by end 2020, growing its portfolio of operating solar energy assets in the region by around 60 MW. Photo: The Bolloré Logistics Green Hub in Singapore, with solar rooftop by Total Solar DG completed in February 2020. ...

Read more

© 2019 POWER INSIDER PUBLISHING & EVENTS LIMITED - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Scroll to top