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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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Connecting Central & South Asia through Kashmir

ANKARA Authorities in Indian-administered Kashmir recently declared an age-old building unsafe, asking its residents to vacate the premises. Named after Yarkand – one of the largest cities in northwest China’s Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region – this historic edifice known as Yarkand Sarai in the heart of the capital Srinagar symbolized the trade and connectivity between the Central and South Asian regions, ...

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Schneider Electric recognized as the 2022 Microsoft Energy & Sustainability Partner of the Year

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today announced it has won the Energy & Sustainability 2022 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award. Schneider was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for its innovative EcoStruxure™ software solutions provided to customers that were powered by Microsoft technology, including Azure Clo ...

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Schneider Electric ranks 2nd in The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2022

Climbs 2021 ranking, up two from 4th place Three consecutive years Schneider Electric has placed in the top five HONG KONG SAR - Schneider Electric, the global leader in energy management and automation, was ranked second in the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2022. This is the third time Schneider Electric has placed in the top five and the seventh consecutive year it has ranked on the list. This demonstra ...

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Korea’s U-Turn on Nuclear Power

SEOUL – South Korea is likely to see a major change in its nuclear-free power policy with President-elect Yoon Seok-yeol‘s campaign pledge to bolster energy policies in use of atomic power. Yoon has vowed to make a U-turn from the Moon Jae-in administration’s nuclear energy phase-out policies, citing plans to use nuclear to account for 30 percent of total energy generation. “(I’ll make sure) Sin-Hanul No. 3 ...

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Huawei Debuts a Full-Stack Data Centre Solution to Reinvent Digital Infrastructure

During the Huawei Full-Stack Data Center Forum held at MWC 2022 Barcelona, Huawei presented the Full-Stack Data Center Solution. This brand-new solution, which uses Huawei's full-stack capabilities from energy usage to IT equipment, is designed to assist organisations in adopting contemporary data centres. It's designed to help businesses modernise their data centre infrastructure and establish a solid foun ...

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Major blackout hits Central Asia

Major cities in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan hit by power outages after an ’emergency imbalance’ in a power grid. The grids of the three ex-Soviet republics are interconnected and linked - via Kazakhstan [File: Pavel Mikheyev/Reuters] Millions of people are left without power after a huge blackout hit three Central Asian countries – Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan – after a major power line w ...

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India secures $135m aid to implement West Bengal grid modernisation project

A $135 million loan secured from the World Bank by the government of India will help modernise the grid in the Indian state of West Bengal. The government of West Bengal will use the loan to fund the implementation of the West Bengal Electricity Distribution and Grid Modernisation Project. The project aims to help utilities in the state address energy sector challenges and prepare for changing business mode ...

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Japan takes superconducting power transmission leap

TOKYO -- Superconducting power transmission technology, which promises to deliver electricity while leaking almost none along the way, has entered the practical stage in Japan, offering a potentially less costly way to operate trains and a possible countermeasure to global warming. A Japan Railway-affiliated research institute has laid a 1.5-km superconducting transmission line -- the world's longest practi ...

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Sun Cable selects five consulting firms for Australia-Asia PowerLink

One of the world’s largest renewable energy infrastructure projects, the Australia-Asia PowerLink, is set to supply Singapore and Indonesia with solar energy harvested from Australia’s Northern Territory. Five consultancies have been selected to support the delivery team for the ambitious plan. Investment in renewable energy projects across Asia is currently booming. A recent report from EY suggested that o ...

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