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Singapore Explores Hybrid Wind, Solar, Tidal, & Wave Energy System

Singapore has lots of inhabitants but not a lot of available land for solar panels and wind turbines. It does have a lot of open ocean to the south in the Singapore Strait, however. What it wants is renewable energy to power its economy that is reliable, consistent, and dependable. A collaboration between Keppel Infrastructure, the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University will c ...

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Indonesia’s new SOE scheme puts focus on coal phasedown

JAKARTA -- Indonesia believes it has found a way to speed up plans to decarbonize its economy -- having state-owned enterprises employ an innovative financing scheme that the Asian Development Bank is touting as a model for much of Southeast Asia. The region's largest economy is a major coal producer but aspires to reduce its reliance on the resource as it strives to reach President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's g ...

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TotalEnergies ENEOS and Gunung Raja Paksi (GRP) sign power contract for world’s largest rooftop solar system

TotalEnergies ENEOS and PT Gunung Raja Paksi Tbk (GRP), a member of Gunung Steel Group and one of the largest private steelmakers in Indonesia, today announced the signing of power contracts to solarize the rooftops of a GRP production site in Cikarang, Jakarta. This will be one the largest solar projects in Indonesia and the largest solar rooftop in the world. Image: site of GRP’s facility in Indonesia whe ...

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Hydro Slump forces reliance on Gas Power

Hydro power generation has slumped in Tanzania as a prolonged drought reduced water levels in rivers and reservoirs, forcing the nation to increase its reliance on gas-fired electricity plants. Combined output from the East African nation’s four hydro power plants fell 86% to 34 megawatts, state utility Tanzania Electric Supply Co., or Tanesco, said on Monday. About 185 megawatts will be added from gas befo ...

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Social digital twin technology to reduce carbon emissions

Fujitsu embarks on digital collaboration with WBCSD for carbon neutral transportation TOKYO, Fujitsu today announced the start of a digital collaboration with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) (1), Dutch consulting firm Arcadis (2) and British electricity company National Grid (3) leveraging Fujitsu's Fleet Optimization solution to contribute to the realization of carbon neutral ...

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Green Grid To Connect Asia

Sun Cable, funded by Mike Cannon-Brookes and Twiggy Forrest, is building partnerships to develop the giant Australia-Asia PowerLink (AAPowerLink). AAPL consists of up to 20 gigawatts (GW) of solar and 42 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of energy storage on a 12,000-hectare site in the Northern Territory. This was announced at Singapore International Energy Week along with the white paper “Connecting Asia: One region, ...

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CEFC invest $75m toward clean energy debt raise

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) will invest $75 million toward Australian renewable energy assets, in support of renewables developer ACEN Australia’s $600 million 8GW clean energy portfolio. The CEFC finance is part of an ACEN Australia debt raise targeting $600 million and follows a $140 million long-term, green loan agreement with Japanese lender MUFG and an $100 million facility agreement wi ...

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Japan’s TEPCO exaggerates nuclear wastewater safety with faulty dosimeter

TOKYO - The Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. (TEPCO) has been exaggerating the safety of treated nuclear wastewater with a dosimeter that fails to detect certain radioactive substances at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, local media has reported. When demonstrating the safety of treated nuclear wastewater, the company uses a dosimeter that fails to detect radioactive tritium, but onl ...

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The Revival of Japans Nuclear Industry

After Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, in late August, ordered the development and construction of new nuclear power plants, Japan’s nuclear power plant builders are quickly following up with new and safer reactors. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) on September 29 announced the conceptual design of a new light-water nuclear reactor with additional safety features. The very next day, September 30, it ...

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Goldwind and Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Strike Deal Bringing the Largest Wind Project in Central Asia

Goldwind has secured a new deal with Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company to supply 111 units of GW155-4.5MW turbines, which is the largest of its kind in Uzbekistan and in Central Asia. The agreement with Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company will see the supply of 111 GW155-4.5MW to the Zarafshan wind farm in the Navoi region in central Uzbekistan. The project delivery is scheduled to be started in t ...

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