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Reframing Asia’s Water Industry with Digital Transformation

In addition to environmental and social challenges, water utilities in Asia Pacific are faced with the complexities of non-revenue water, underdeveloped or ageing water infrastructure and growing expenditure. Digital transformation offers the water industry an opportunity to provide reliable and sustainable water supply by optimising distribution systems, treatment efficiency and asset management. Asia Paci ...

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Clenergy Pushes Ahead with 500MW Grid Parity Solar Project

Apart from our manufacturing of solar mounting products, and a clean energy service for solar power stations, Clenergy also has an extensive portfolio of green investments. Clenergy has worked in conjunction with key strategic investors on numerous solar power stations and other renewable projects worldwide. Back in 2018, Clenergy invested in a 33MW in the ‘Poverty Alleviation’ Solar Plant in Guyang County, ...

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VPower Group’s Joint Venture Starts Powering Myanmar with LNG

 VPower Group International Holdings Limited ("VPower Group" or the "Group", stock code: 1608.HK) has successfully expanded its footprint into the liquified natural gas (LNG)- to-power industry through a partnership with China National Technical Import and Export Corporation ("CNTIC"). On 14 June 2020, the power station in Thaketa Township of Yangon, Myanmar built by the 50-50 joint venture of VPower G ...

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Bhutan’s Inter-Grid connection

On 6 June, the Bay of Bengal Multisectoral Technical Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), the sub-regional cooperation bloc, marked its 23rd anniversary. Leaders of member-nations in their congratulatory messages wished each other for a speedy recovery from the Covid-19 and reposed faith in the ability of the seven-member bloc to build a secure and prosperous Bay of Bengal region. Prime Minister of Bhutan, ...

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Will Vietnam be a global leader in wind energy?

Vietnam could become a future global leader in offshore wind energy generation, after recent analysis showed the country has vast potential along its 3,000 kilometre coastline. Vietnam’s current electricity generation capacity is approximately 54GW. The government has signalled an intent to more than double that figure - to up to 130GW - over the coming decade. Offshore wind technology could prove to b ...

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3.6GW PV Hydrogen Project in Australia

Australian renewables producer Austrom Hydrogen has secured land near the Port of Gladstone, Queensland, for an ambitious project that could feature a 3.6 GW solar-powered hydrogen facility. The project, Pacific Solar Hydrogen, will join the growing group of gigawatt-scale green hydrogen project announcements across Australia. Pacific Solar Hydrogen – planned for the North Callide region, 70 km from Gladsto ...

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Asia’s top renewable energy markets

According to a new report by EY, seven Asian countries rank among the globe’s most attractive markets for renewable energy sources including wind power, hydropower and solar energy. EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) ranks markets across the globe based on investment and implementation opportunities in the renewables space. Out of all countries assessed, the 40 best performing countr ...

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Will Palm oil waste replace fossil fuels?

Low in moisture and high in calorific value, palm kernel shells are ideal for burning, but their use for power production does not come without challenges. Can these materials help shrink coal's climate impacts in Asia? Fresh fruit bunches are loaded onto a truck in Thailand. Image: think4photop via Shutterstock What happens to the waste that accumulates when oil palm fruits are processed? Pa ...

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Aquarius Engines partner with Nokia in Micro-generator supply

 Israel’s Aquarius Engines said on Monday it has signed a partnership deal with Nokia to provide energy to millions of people in Asia without access to the electrical grid.  Initially Nokia will roll out lightweight Aquarius generators in remote populated areas and telecommunications centres in southeast Asia.  Aquarius forecast that by 2022 the company will supply more than 250 million euros ...

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Green Peacocks delaying Chinese Dam Construction

A colony of fewer than 300 birds is standing in the way of one of China’s key hydropower dams in a battle between environmentalists and a construction company that has become a spotlight for China’s pledge to conserve its ecology. A high court in Yunnan Province is to decide on a case that has held up construction of the 270 MW Jiasa River dam in limbo for almost three years on concerns from environmental g ...

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