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SENOKO ENERGY, ELECTRIFY AND ENGIE FACTORY TEAM UP TO LAUNCH SINGAPORE’S FIRST PILOT PROJECT IN PEER-TO-PEER RENEWABLE TRADING

Senoko Energy, one of Singapore’s largest and most established energy companies, today launched a pilot project to introduce peer-to-peer (P2P) trading of renewable energy in collaboration with Singapore’s foremost energy innovation company, ELECTRIFY, and ENGIE Factory, the venture arm of French multinational electric utility company, ENGIE. Sponsored by ENGIE Factory, the initiative will enable Singapore ...

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Pakistan begins work on Diamer Bhasha Dam

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan initiated the construction of one of the country’s largest dams on Wednesday to meet water and electricity needs. Diamer Bhasha dam will be the country’s third big dam to be built after Tarbela and Mangla dams. It is a multi-purpose dam that will be used for water storage, flood mitigation, divert water for irrigation and power generation. PM Imran Khan inaugurates the d ...

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Decentralise Global Power Grids for a flexible future

During the 1600s, East Anglia was a thriving centre of the textiles trade. Today, gazing out from England’s east coast shoreline, it is not wool boats you see bobbing on the horizon but wind turbines, offering a symbol of how some old industrial economies are adapting to the 21s-century energy transition. East Anglia’s expanding offshore wind sector is also a sign of a broader transformation taking place wi ...

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ADB & IEA renew energy collaboration

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Energy Agency (IEA) have renewed their agreement to collaborate on the sustainability and resilience of the energy sector. The two organisations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to scale up efforts to advance progress on sustainability with increased focus on energy sector resilience in Asia and the Pacific. Under the three-year agreement ...

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NTPC using Solar expertise in Africa

India is leveraging its solar power expertise as it ventures into African nations under the aegis of the International Solar Alliance (ISA), two people aware of the matter said. As part of this strategy, state-run power generator NTPC Ltd plans to help Gambia and Malawi develop solar power parks and is eyeing project management consultancy contracts in Sudan, Mozambique, Egypt, Uganda, Rwanda and Niger. Ind ...

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Australian Hydrogen Council sign 5 new MOU’s

The Clean Energy Council (CEC) is joining forces with the Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) after it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as hydrogen fuel’s presence and potential in Australia’s renewable energy future grows. The CEC MoU is one of five signed by AHC with key organisations in the Asia-Pacific and Canada. Hydrogen is quickly becoming the Timothée Chalamet of the renewable energy mix, no ...

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Siemens Gamesa Win 165MW turbine orders in Vietnam

Siemens Gamesa has secured two new orders totalling 165MW in Vietnam.  The deals, for 75MW and 90MW at the Tan Thuan and Thai Hoa wind farms respectively, will be be for the delivery of 5.0-145 turbines. Tan Thuan is the fourth nearshore project Siemens Gamesa has secured in Vietnam. It is also the largest nearshore project to date in the country. The company has also signed a 10-year contract to provi ...

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Solar Technology contracts in Asia

Asia-Pacific solar technology contracts in May 2020 saw 22 contracts announced, marking a drop of 35% over the last 12-month average of 34, according to GlobalData’s power industry contracts database.Solar technology contracts activity in Asia-Pacific by volume. YearMonthCountMay-1939Jun-1943Jul-1936Aug-1927Sep-1934Oct-1935Nov-1926Dec-1935Jan-2033Feb-2031Mar-2041Apr-2028May-2022 The proportion of solar tech ...

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Japan phasing out Coal, increasing RE Spending

BOTH Japan and Germany are finalizing plans to phase out coal fired power stations, in moves which will require a big increase in spending on renewable energy as well as increase the importance of natural gas and liquified natural gas (LNG) imports. Japan plans to set up an expert panel to find agreement with electric utilities on closing older and less efficient coal fired plants, and shift towards more re ...

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Pakistan sign Hydro deal with China for CPEC Project

Pakistan has signed a hydropower deal with a Chinese company as part of the country's China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan hailed the new project and asserted that "CPEC was confined to road connectivity, but now other aspects of the corridor are being unfolded." The hydropower project will be carried out on river Jhelum in Sadhanoti district in Pakistan Occupi ...

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