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Thailand – lessons from a 116,000 smart meter rollout

The 116,000 smart meter rollout in Pattaya City on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast is piloting the technology ahead of a wider national rollout. The City of Pattaya smart meter rollout, coming to its closing stages following delays due to the COVID-19 virus response, is one of the key components of the first stage of Thailand’s smart grid roadmap. The 20-year roadmap initiative was launched in 2017 to develop ...

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The road to greener hydrogen

 Hydrogen now isn’t everything that hydrogen could be ~ Whether hydrogen fuel holds the key to delivering widespread renewable power remains under heavy debate. What cannot be argued is the shear investment that backers are putting into the energy source — as much as 470 billion euros by 2050. When sceptics protest hydrogen’s potential, as both an effective and eco-friendly fue ...

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3E is Setting New Standards in the Digitalisation of Renewable Energy Assets

Today, 3E is proud to share some exciting insightsinto its new positioning and its expanding range of digital solutions. 3E aims toset new standards in the digitalisation of renewable energy assets with SynaptiQ, the one-stop digital platform and its new upcoming applications Solar Analytics and Wind Analytics (co-creation with LivLi ...

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Power management investments in Singapore set to increase, with focus on intelligent power management software solutions

Businesses are mainly concerned about operational and cost efficiencies but also recognize the importance of pivoting to renewables Singapore, A new report by global power management company Eaton found that one in three (33%) companies in Singapore increased their investments in power management due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a trend that was also observed in other markets in Asia-Pacific (APAC) such as Aus ...

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Pacific Green Enters Exclusive Agreement to Develop 1.1GW of UK Based Battery Energy Storage Projects

Pacific Green Technologies, Inc. (the "Company" or "PGTK", (OTCQB:PGTK)) announces that it has entered into an exclusive agreement to develop up to 1,100MW of battery energy storage systems ("BESS") in the United Kingdom ("UK") sourced by TUPA Energy Limited ("TUPA"). As part of the TUPA agreement, the Company has also today acquired the rights to 100MW of BESS in Kent, UK, and plans to conclude the remaini ...

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Clariant and India Glycols tap into green renewables megatrend by forming joint venture

JV to become a leading supplier of renewable ethylene oxide (EO) derivativesProduction facilities in India to supply local and global markets.Both parties contribute parts of their existing businesses and Clariant makes relevant equalization payment to attain majority ownership Clariant, a focused, sustainable and innovative specialty chemical company, and India Glycols Limited (IGL), a leading company in t ...

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Can Indonesia lead the electric vehicle market in Asia?

The Malay archipelago has nickel, copper, bauxite, and nickel ore, making them the future of the EV industry Indonesia’s ambitions are not baseless — the world’s largest archipelago has abundant reserves of nickel, the main component of electric vehicles.The country is focusing on the development of two nickel-based battery blends – nickel-cobalt-manganese, and lithium-cobalt-nickel-aluminum – two of the mo ...

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ADB fund Energy Absolute for Thai RE Projects

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has issued funding to be used to increase renewable energy and EV charging infrastructure in Thailand. A $47.62 million green loan issued to the largest renewable energy company on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, Energy Absolute Public Company Limited, will be used to finance ongoing renewable energy projects and a countrywide EV (electric vehicle) charging network. Energy A ...

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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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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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