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GE supply Kundah Hydro Plant India

GE Renewable Energy has been selected to supply and commission 500MW of turbine capacity for the Kundah hydropower plant in India. GE will supply four 125MW fixed speed pumped storage turbines for the project, supported by the central government to increase hydropower resources. The order was placed by by Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited. Commissioning of the plant is expected by September 2023. ...

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Powerzeek opens Singapore Office

Norway-based energy platform Powerzeek is moving into the Asian Pacific market with the setting up of an office in Singapore. Supply and purchase interest in the digital marine LNG transaction platform has been building since it opened for business in April, and after opening offices in the United States, India and Hungary, Powerzeek is developing its global expansion strategy with a move to Singapore. ‘The ...

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Greater Changhua Offshore Wind Farms Taiwan

Greater Changhua offshore wind farm projects will be developed at four sites in the Taiwan Strait, approximately 35km to 60km offshore Changhua County in Taiwan. The total power generation capacity of the wind farms is planned to be 2.4GW. Orsted, a Danish energy company, is the owner and developer of the project. Greater Changhua offshore wind farms include Greater Changhua 1 and 2a wind farms with 900MW c ...

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Can Coal & Renewables put the squeeze on Gas in APAC?

Rising gas prices, increased energy security and economic recovery at all costs pose risks to Asia’s power sector gas demand growth. GAVIN THOMPSON, VICE CHAIR, WOOD MACKENZIE ASIA PACIFIC Asia is the engine of global gas demand growth, with consumption expected to rise by an average of just under 3% a year over the next two decades. Gas demand will double in China and India by 2040, with its cleaner burnin ...

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SLNG Implement Total Solar DG

Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG) and Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG) have signed an agreement for solar power to be implemented at the Singapore LNG Terminal on Jurong Island. Under the agreement, Total Solar DG will finance, build and operate a 600 kilowatts peak (kWp) rooftop solar power system, which will be installed on the rooftops of several buildings at the Terminal. The installation ...

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Tuas Nexus Water treatment facility starts construction

Construction has begun on Tuas Nexus, Singapore’s first integrated waste and water treatment facility, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) and PUB in a joint news release on Tuesday (Sep 8). Set to be completed in phases starting 2025, the facility is a co-location of two mega facilities – the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (Tuas WRP) and Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) – that will “help fo ...

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Corporate procurement as a new growth driver for wind energy in Asia

The shift of corporate procurement of renewable energy from trend to true market driver is already underway. With dedicated commitment and advocacy, it has the potential to accelerate the energy transition across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. Months of industrial disruption, record-low power demand and fluctuating power and commodity prices have shown us that external forces can upturn our basic assumptio ...

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MAN Energy Solutions and Wasco to drive Power-to-Gas Technology in South-East Asia

MAN Energy Solutions and Wasco have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote and commercialize Power-to-X (PtX) projects in South-East Asia. The technology in question converts electricity into carbon-neutral synthetic fuels, gas or liquid, for use as a clean, carbon-neutral energy source. Due to travel restrictions triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, the signing ceremony took place as a digita ...

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Adani ranks #1 as largest solar power generation owner

Its 12.32 GWac global portfolio exceeded the total capacity installed by the entire US solar industry in 2019. India's Adani Group has been hailed as the top global solar power generation asset owner in terms of operating solar projects, according to the latest ranking of global solar companies by Mercom Capital. Adani’s renewable energy portfolio has exceeded the total capacity installed by the entire US s ...

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APAC Power generation to attract $1.5t of investment

Renewables penetration enters the transition era. Asia Pacific’s power generation sector could attract $1.5 trillion worth of investments over the decade ending 2030, according to Wood Mackenzie’s latest report. Solar and wind represent 66% or $1t investment opportunities in Asia Pacific through 2030, whilst fossil fuels, mainly coal and gas, make up the remaining $500b. Investments in renewables have overt ...

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