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Sustainable Energy Key to COVID-19 Recovery in Asia and the Pacific

The past year is one that few of us will forget. While the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have played out unevenly across Asia and the Pacific, the region has been spared many of the worst effects seen in other parts of the world.  The pandemic has reminded us that a reliable and uninterrupted energy supply is critical to managing this crisis. Beyond ensuring that hospitals and healthcare facilities ...

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Henkel unveils upgraded Innovation and Application Lab in Sydney

Henkel Australia has officially opened the upgraded Innovation and Application Lab in Seven Hills, Sydney, Australia. As a global leader in adhesives, sealants and functional coatings, the upgraded facility positions Henkel at the forefront of innovation for key growth sectors in Australia and New Zealand, namely food and beverage, packaging, engineered wood and general manufacturing and maintenance. Aamir ...

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Telemetry’s pivotal role in the energy transition

Energy producing resources are becoming more diversified with wind, wave, marine, hydro, biomass and solar all adding to traditional methods. In most developed countries around the world, renewable energy now produces a growing proportion of the total energy output, and above 20 per cent for the first time in the UK. In this article, Matthew Hawkridge, chief technology officer at Ovarro, a remote monit ...

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Vestas announce new APAC President

Vestas has appointed Purvin Patel as its new president of Asia Pacific. Patel joins Vestas from a position as CEO of facilities management company ISS UK & Ireland. He has more than 25 years of commercial and operational leadership experience, and has previously served in leadership positions at US retail chain Walmart, UK home improvement firm Kingfisher Group and Indian supply chain solutions company ...

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EcoShield® VpCI®-380 Topcoat for Industrial Painters

 Cortec® Corporation is pleased present   powerful EcoShield® VpCI®-380 topcoat for industrial painters.  EcoShield® VpCI®-380 is a fast drying, water-based fluoropolymer modified acrylic one-coat system that can be applied direct to metal and provides corrosion protection and weatherability on metals in harsh outdoor environments. Whether for coating railcars, structural steel, or assembly l ...

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Unlocking $40bn by revising Australias Clean Energy Policy

The Australian government should revise its renewable energy policy to unlock future investments of up to $40 billion within the power generation sector, according to a new study released by research firm Wood Mackenzie. Two thirds of the investments are expected to flow into new-build renewables by 2030, with equal amounts going into wind and solar. The remaining $14 billion will be invested in fossil fuel ...

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Viet Nam has installed 6 coal plants’ worth of solar in a year

Global energy demand slipped last year to the lowest level since World War II.As fossil fuels declined, renewables have surged forward.Coal-dependent Viet Nam has pulled off a 25-fold increase in its solar capacity in just one year.Incentives for homes and businesses to install rooftop solar panels led to the boom. One of the few bright spots in COVID-19 pandemic has been a leap in the amount of electricity ...

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Nikola Director to lead global standardisation project for hydrogen fuelling technologies

A three-year hydrogen fuelling global standardisation project for the International Standardisation Organisation’s Technical Committee 197 (ISO/TC 197) will be led by Nikola’s Director of Fuel Cell Vehicle Code and Standards, Antonio Ruiz. Focused on the standardisation of systems and devices for the production, storage, transport, measurement and use of hydrogen, the TC 197 committee consists of hydrogen a ...

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Japan and ADB agree clean energy cooperation

Japan’s ministry of economy, trade and industry (METI) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will work together on clean energy projects identified by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), they have said.  The two sides will work on renewable energy, energy conservation and efficiency, and other technologies for low carbon energy transition, they said. The work will focus on the imple ...

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Fugro’s virtual 3D network model helps keep powerlines safe in Tasmania

TasNetworks has awarded Fugro a new contract to deliver a 3D virtual network model and associated analytics for their power distribution network in Tasmania, Australia. Fugro started the project to acquire data in December 2020 and delivered the first datasets to TasNetworks last month. Fugro will create a ‘digital twin’ of the distribution network by capturing aerial lidar and imagery data and processing i ...

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