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NEFIN Group Partners With E-Mobility Start-Up Oyika To Accelerate EV Adoption In South-East Asian Markets

NEFIN Group ("NEFIN"), Asia's leading green independent power producer and investor, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today with Oyika Pte Ltd ("Oyika"), an electric mobility ("e-mobility") start-up that builds battery swap and charging infrastructure starting with electric motorbikes ("e-motorbikes"), to drive the adoption of electric vehicle ("EV") in South-east Asia, including Singapore, Cambod ...

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Australia breaks ground on energy infrastructure digitalisation

Enzen Australia has secured its first engagement in an ambitious strategy to digitalise the energy infrastructure of Australia through smart IoT solutions. The company has announced a new partnership as operational efficacy is becoming more of a priority for utilities seeking to maximise the efficacy of infrastructure, as called for by an increasingly digitalised industry. The collaborative moves will see E ...

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‘Rapid action’ on hydrogen policy reform to decarbonise heavy industry by 2050: Irena

Mushrooming global demand driven by accelerated net zero targets will only be matched with supply if 'more done especially from policy-making side', says agency Ramping up development of green hydrogen production for use in decarbonising heavy-emitting sectors such as steel and petrochemicals will need “rapid action” in streamlining government policy, if H2 production is to meet contribution targets aligned ...

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Stationary storage to account for 2.5twh of battery demand in 2030

Global battery demand for stationary energy storage applications is seen to surpass 2.5 TWh in 2030, a surge from 0.14 TWh in 2021, Rystad Energy said last week. This dramatic increase will be driven by the expansion of renewable energy capacity and the energy transition. Stationary storage will represent 29% of the total battery demand at the end of the decade, ranking second after passenger electric vehic ...

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Portable hydrogen powered generators in Japan

Japanese startup Scitem will begin marketing this spring a portable emergency power generation system fueled by replaceable hydrogen cartridges. The power generators are about the size of a briefcase. The hydrogen from the cartridges -- which look like gas canisters -- reacts with oxygen in the air to produce electricity through an internal hydrogen fuel cell. The electricity can be used to recharge smartph ...

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Companies reduce emissions by up to 19% through digital tools, new report from Schneider Electric and CNBC shows

70% of emissions reduction are achievable with existing, proven and competitive technologies[1] Swire Properties, IBM, Jacobs, IHG Hotels, and Tata Power share benefits of digital innovation Artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, and 3-D modeling are key to supporting existing transformations as viable solutions to overcome climate challenges  Schneider Electric™, the global leader in ...

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Five essential questions for monitoring renewable energy

As renewable energy sources get smaller, so should the remote telemetry units (RTUs) used to control them. Diversification of the energy sector is a double-edged sword. While the benefits of reducing our reliance on fossil fuels are increasingly clear, many of these alternative energy sources don’t have the same level of control as traditional plants. Here, Matthew Hawkridge, chief technology officer at Ova ...

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Malaysia’s Sarawak Energy to deploy 180,000 advanced meters with Itron

Malaysian utility Sarawak Energy has signed a contract with technology firm Itron for the provision and installation of advanced metering infrastructure. A 15-year deal signed through the utility’s subsidiary SESCO includes the supply and installation of some 180,000 advanced metering units and an IoT communications network to provide connectivity for the smart meters and other intelligent grid devices. Itr ...

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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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Eaton helps Asian businesses secure their mission critical infrastructure with the launch of its Cybersecurity Services in Asia Pacific

Global power management company Eaton has introduced its cybersecurity life-cycle management services for operational technology (OT) and industrial control systems (ICS) in Asia Pacific. Based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as well as established IEC and UL industry standards, Eaton’s cybersecurity services are designed to help organizations establish secure industrial environments amidst the rise of ...

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