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Pimagazine-Asia’s Energy Marketing Survey 2022!!

Pimagazine Asia has been in the energy market for 12 years delivering high quality, targeted content for our clients reaching key decision makers in the ASEAN Energy market place.  Like thousands of other international businesses, the pandemic over the last 18 months has effected us considerably. Like others, we have had to take a step back to look at the market and how our platform can rise above the digit ...

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Australia’s largest battery storage system online

The Victorian Big Battery in Geelong, Australia. Image: Victoria State government. The Victorian Big Battery, a 300MW / 450MWh lithium-ion battery energy storage system (BESS) in Australia, has been officially opened by the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change for the state of Victoria. Minister Lily D’Ambrosio said her government was “proud to flick the switch on Australia’s biggest battery ...

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Japanese startup building ship with 220MWh battery storage to bring offshore renewable power home

Rendering of the PowerX Power ARK, a ‘power transfer vessel’. Image: PowerX. Development has begun in Japan of a marine battery storage vessel that would be charged at sea from offshore wind and then carry the power back to land. Startup PowerX has come up with the concept of the Power ARK, a so-called ‘power transfer vessel’. The company said last week that it has formed a partnership with shipbuilding com ...

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Asia’s energy transition gains momentum

Amongst the immediate results of the 26th Session of the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow is a strong commitment by at least 23 nations to phase out coal power. Most importantly, four member countries of ASEAN – Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Vietnam and Singapore – are amongst countries that joined this pledge. The Sultanate, in further enhancing its climate ambition, is movi ...

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Nepal Hydropower benefits Bangladesh

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said Bangladesh and India can be benefited by generating hydropower in Nepal and Bhutan as it will be clean energy. The prime minister said this while Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla paid a courtesy call on her at her official residence Gono Bhaban this morning. Prime Minister's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the call. Shringla said s ...

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