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Terra Drone Demonstrate Drone for Medco Energi

Team Terra Drone Indonesia with officials from Medco Energi and C-Astral Bramor C4EYE UAS (Click here to see video) Purwakarta, Indonesia – Terra Drone Indonesia, a group company of Japan-based Terra Drone Corporation, has conducted a demonstration to showcase the advantages of UAV-based pipeline monitoring to Indonesian oil and gas group Medco Energi Internasional Tbk PT. The demo was completed on Nov ...

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Asia’s Energy Revolution

How can utilities cut blackouts during disasters? How can governments ensure reliable electricity access in even the most remote regions? And how can countries secure the future of their energy resources while tackling climate change? Energy pioneers from across the region are tackling and thinking about these challenges every day. We bring to you a roundup of case studies, ideas and experiments from utilit ...

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Taiwan Power Using VR for Better Safety

VR isn’t just for video games anymore. Doctors are using it to train for surgeries; police officers use it in simulated terror attacks. One utility provider in Asia is using virtual reality to train its employees to respond in the case of workplace accidents. Taiwan Power Company, the state’s only electric utility, has a broad vision of using smart technology to provide better services to the 7 million hous ...

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Smart Innovations to Speed Up the Energy Transition

Southeast Asia is a region that is developing rapidly at an unfortunate period in human history. As the climate change clock ticks, the region of 641 million people must chart a developmental path that decouples the fossil fuel-dependent economic model of the past with a future that is expected to see global temperatures rise by, at the current rate of emissions, about 3 degrees Celsius. The archipelagic bl ...

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Hanoi Smart City Project

A ceremony was held for the Nhat Tan-Noi Bai smart city project in Hanoi, earlier this week. The project is backed by the Hanoi’s People’s Committee, BRG Group, and Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation Group. It is the first smart city project in Hanoi. The project is based on smart urban planning for the Nhat Tan-Noi Bai route, which is over 11km long. The smart city project along this rou ...

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Sunfire Sign Agreement with Total SA

Sunfire, a leading global cleantech company, has signed a cooperation agreement with the French major energy company Total SA. Sunfire will provide a megawatt-scale high temperature electrolyser for use in industrial environments as part of the E-CO2MET research and development project. The company will also be responsible for the integration at the site as well as the operation and maintenance of the elect ...

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Softbanks vision for an Asia Super Grid

In the wake of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, one of the country’s richest people – Masayoshi Son – mooted an idea to build an “Asia Super Grid” to improve access to renewable energy on the continent.  The CEO of SoftBank set up the Renewables Energy Institute (REI) to promote this vision and rally support from governments. Stakeholders did not take the idea seriously at first. According t ...

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APAC To Be Largest Market For Energy Storage Software Platforms..$10.7 Billion!

According to a new report from Navigant Research, Asia Pacific is anticipated to be the largest regional market for energy storage software platforms. Driven by a rapidly growing battery ESS (BESS) market, the region is expected to account for $10.7 billion in cumulative software vendor revenue through 2028. As the energy storage market matures, technological progress and legislative and regulator ...

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Power Ledger & KEPCO bring P2P Energy Trading to Japan

 Power Ledger in partnership with Japanese utility, KEPCO, trialed a blockchain-enabled demonstration of P2P transaction for post-FIT surplus power in Osaka, proving the accuracy and consumer acceptance of Power Ledger’s leading-edge technology in Japan in addition to Australia. The trial proved P2P surplus power transaction to be completed autonomously and automatically including settlements with cryp ...

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Singapore well-positioned to build a sustainable, smart-energy future

ENERGY is ubiquitous - the largely unseen force powering individuals, businesses and economies in myriad ways. Digital technologies too, are now deeply embedded in everyday life. Where the two meet is also where the most exciting possibilities for today's global power sector arise. Singapore - given its push to be a Smart Nation powered by digital innovation - is well placed to realise these possibilities, ...

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