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Urban Renewables launch Singapore Subsidiary

Investment company Urban Renewables, which focuses on sustainable energy solutions in metropolitan areas, has launched a subsidiary in Singapore.  Urban Renewables (Singapore) PTE will support the island state's journey in becoming a more sustainable and climate resilient city through developing and investing in innovative energy solutions.  Managing director and co-founder Edgare Kerkwijk said: " ...

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PXiSE, Tobisha Form Alliance Targeting Japanese Microgrid Market

PXiSE Energy Solutions and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions have formed an alliance to develop microgrids, with an initial focus on Japan and growing to the global market. Mitsui & Co., a Japanese company and a PXiSE investor, will also participate in the venture, the companies said Sept. 23. PXiSE, a Sempra Energy subsidiary, makes a software-based microgrid control platform that manages intercon ...

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Orsted breaks ground on Taiwan O&M Base

Orsted has started construction of its operation and maintenance centre at Taiwan’s Port of Taichung. The base will support the 900MW Greater Changhua 1 & 2a offshore wind farms. The wind farm’s operational site management team will be housed at the base, allowing them to be in close contact with the O&M service operation vessel (SOV) and technician teams onboard. Greater Changhua 1 & 2a is sche ...

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Asia needs it Sputnik moment in New Energy

Halting the pandemic and rebuilding economies are the most urgent goals for the immediate future. Wood Mackenzie estimates that almost US$20 trillion – equivalent to a quarter of global GDP – will go towards stimulus packages, public health spending and delivering a vaccine over the next 12-18 months alone. But while the response to Covid-19 may have temporarily knocked climate change off the front page, ad ...

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Siemens and Atos announce a five-year extension of their strategic partnership

Atos to deliver digital, integrated and cybersecurity solutions to support Siemens digital strategic objectivesSiemens-Atos Global Alliance will pursue joint go-to-market growth opportunities Siemens AG and Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announced the extension of their Customer Relationship Agreement within their strategic partnership, started in 2011. The agreement aims to accelera ...

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Opra Turbines partner with Transwater API

Opra Turbines said Transwater API will become an official distributor, service partner and packager for Opra in Malaysia and Brunei. With over 30 years’ experience in the energy industry, Opra said Transwater is a strong partner to work with in the Asia-Pacific region. “We are very pleased to welcome Transwater on board as a new partner for Opra in Malaysia and Brunei,” said Christoph Zahn, Sales Director B ...

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Grundfos celebrates 75 years developing Water solutions

Grundfos is celebrating 75 years of developing water solutions that have changed industries, people and the environment. Here, Kim Jensen, regional managing director for the company's Asia Pacific division, reflects on it's history and shares upcoming plans.  Since its inception in 1945, Grundfos has set the standard thanks to its core principles of innovation, efficiency, reliability and sustainabilit ...

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$14Bn Investment needed for Southeast Asia’s Wind Sector

Southeast Asia’s wind power sector requires at least US$14 billion of investments by 2030, says Wood Mackenzie. This is to support the 8.9 GW of new wind power capacity that Wood Mackenzie expects to be added between 2020 and 2029. With a population exceeding 650 million and average annual power demand growing at 8% until 2030, Southeast Asia is one of the world’s fastest growing power markets. To support t ...

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GE Moving from Coal to focus on Wind

GE said Monday that it intended to “exit the new build coal power market,” in a move that will see the industrial powerhouse place a renewed emphasis on renewable energy. Over the years, GE has been deeply involved with the coal industry. Its website states it has 100 years of “coal-fired power service expertise” spread across more than 90 original equipment manufacturer brands. It has also described its GE ...

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Energy trade in South East Asia

South Asian nations need to see the comparative advantages they hold in various energy sectors, and must come together to benefit each other via trade links The missing transmission link between India and North West Sri Lanka can save Sri Lanka $180 million annually in generation cost. By Gaurav Bhatiani & Sanjeev Ahluwalia South Asia must invest at least $1 trillion over the next decade to develop ener ...

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