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Japan & US to step up cooperation in developing next-generation nuclear reactors

The two nations are also expected to discuss concerns about the growing shortage of natural gas in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Yomiuri Shimbun TOKYO – Japan and the United States are arranging to strengthen cooperation in the developmen more ...

January 10, 2023 (0) comments

Mekong dam in Laos faces economic and regulatory hurdles

The fishing village of Khoen Khen in southern Laos is a quiet place, nestled along the banks of the Mekong River and hemmed by a ridge of mountains. But tranquil as it may now appear, locals say they’re waiting for a coming wave of construction that more ...

January 10, 2023 (0) comments

Wind power project goes into operation in NE China

Liaoning Province in northeast China saw a major onshore wind power project connect to the state grid and go into operation on Saturday. The 400,000-kw wind power project can provide 1.13 billion kilowatt hours of clean electricity every year, which more ...

January 02, 2023 (0) comments

Taiwan Power orders AMI system with 450k more smart meters

Ubiik, an IoT and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) solution provider, has won a $17 million tender from Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) for the deployment of an AMI system that would host 450,000 additional smart meters. Together with the 3 ten more ...

January 10, 2023 (0) comments

Improvising power trade in South Asia can ease renewable energy access in the region

Despite impressive macroeconomic growth, South Asia is plagued by numerous challenges that make the transition to renewable energy difficult. High energy prices, energy deficit, lack of reliable and sustainable energy supply, energy security concerns more ...

January 10, 2023 (0) comments


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