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Sun Cable selects five consulting firms for Australia-Asia PowerLink

One of the world’s largest renewable energy infrastructure projects, the Australia-Asia PowerLink, is set to supply Singapore and Indonesia with solar energy harvested from Australia’s Northern Territory. Five consultancies have been selected to support the delivery team for the ambitious plan. Investment in renewable energy projects across Asia is currently booming. A recent report from EY suggested that o ...

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Fugro wins two Energinet site investigation contracts for Denmark’s Energy Island

Fugro has secured two geotechnical site investigation contracts with Energinet for Denmark’s proposed Energy Island project. Aglobal first, this purpose-built artificial island will be situated 80 km offshore in the North Sea and act as a hub connecting hundreds of surrounding wind turbines. Fugro will perform the preliminary geotechnical site investigation for the Energy Island and the adjacent offshore wi ...

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Rolls-Royce and cellcentric seal breakthrough of fuel cells in emissions-free power generation

Sustainable mtu solutions for sustainable power generation for data centers under development Triple-digit million amount to be invested in hydrogen-based, CO2-free power generation Fuel cell prototypes already on the test stand Pilot installations planned for 2023 Market launch envisaged mid-decade Uniquely designed mtu fuel cell showpiece premieres at COP26 United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow Rol ...

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Climate First!

Progress and prosperity in South Asia are under threat. The UN scientific body Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which sets the gold standard for evidence of a changing climate, recently released the latest in a long list of studies drawing attention to the region’s climate chaos. Yet, over the last decade, regional collective action to address the crisis has steadily dwindled and, in many c ...

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Cybereason and Tech Data Partner to Protect Joint Customers Across the Asia Pacific Region from Cyberattacks

Cybereason, the leader in operation-centric attack protection, and Tech Data, a TD SYNNEX company and a leading global distributor and solutions aggregator for the IT ecosystem, announced a partnership to protect enterprises across Asia Pacific from sophisticated cyberattacks. As part of the partnership, Cybereason and Tech Data will offer joint customers a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solution powe ...

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Rolls-Royce strengthens its ‘local for local’ China strategy

Company emphasizes ‘strong commitment’ to Chinese market Rolls-Royce said its new test bed for mtu engines will strengthen its research and development (R&D) capabilities in China. The test bench at the company’s location in Suzhou was inaugurated as part of an event celebrating 25 years of the Rolls-Royce location’s existence. The R&D test bench can accommodate mtu engines with a power output of up ...

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Vietnam’s policy on wind power

However, wind power projects in Vietnam have nearly reached a dead end. The supply chain of the UK wind power industry has faced huge challenges from lockdown measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A “titan” of the wind power industry, Siemens Gamesa, had to temporarily stop turbine manufacturing. To solve problems of businesses in this industry, on March 30, 2020, the British Government issued a directive ...

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Supporting Government to Reduce Emissions, Pertamina Cooperates with ExxonMobil to Develop Low Carbon Technology

 In line with President Joko Widodo's direction to transform businesses towards a green economy, Pertamina is pursuing the Government's target of reducing 29% Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 2030 with its own efforts and 41% with international assistance. President Director of Pertamina, Nicke Widyawati, and President of ExxonMobil Indonesia, Irtiza H. Sayyed, signed a MoU witnessed by the Coordinating Mi ...

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Let’s not waste time and energy ~ How the operational management of photovoltaic power plants succeed at the first attempt

The climate crisis requires urgent action as we need to significantly reduce our CO2 emissions to curb climate change and limit the average temperature increase to about 1.5°C. Here, Austrian ORF meteorologist, Marcus Wadsack writes: We are the first generation to feel climate change and the last to do something about it. We have the technology and the money, it would be negligent if we do nothing. Nature i ...

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Schneider Electric advances its Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy with appointment of Chief AI Officer and creation of new AI Hub

Schneider appoint Philippe Rambach as first Chief AI Officer (CAIO) and establish a global AI Hub focused on data and analytics Rueil-Malmaison (France), November 2nd, 2021 – Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is advancing its AI strategy by appointing its first Chief AI Officer (CAIO) and opening a global AI Hub. Having implemented several flag ...

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