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  • Asia's annual offshore growth to to rise to 9GW in 2030

    02 Jul 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    Almost 1,500GW of technical offshore wind potential, which offer enormous potential for Asia, have been identified mostly in China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Vietnam. This acts as a ray of light ...
  • There is unanimous agreement on the advantages of digitalisation in improving power plants’ and networks’ efficiencies, reducing unplanned outages and downtime, and extending the operational lifetime ...
  • Renewables transition in Philippines urged for cheaper electricity

    25 Jun 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    Its reliance on imported thermal coal has caused price surges for consumers.
  • Probing the Role of the Corporate Buyer in Driving ASEAN’s Energy Transition

    23 Jun 2020 Jessica Dogaojo, Content Manager from Enlit Asia
    Investor appetite for renewable projects had been reasonably low during the first few months of shock from the health crisis. However, Ashwin Naranayan, Head of Special Projects (Renewable Energy) at ...
  • The Necessity of Digitising Power Plants

    22 Jun 2020 Jessica Dogaojo, Content Manager from Enlit Asia
    Following supply chain disruptions and creation of new demands in the power market due to coronavirus-related restrictions, the industry is being pressured to improve efficiency and accuracy, integrat ...
  • Vietnam PM urges faster approval of wind projects

    22 Jun 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    This is urged for localities with potential for wind power development.
  • The global digital twin market in the utility industry is expected to grow more than six-fold between 2020 and 2026.
  • The need to improve agility and speed in operations by utilities in the Asia-Pacific are the two main factors driving them into adopting cloud-based solutions, according to the IDC.
  • Myanmar wins $350m World Bank credit to expand energy generation

    13 Jun 2020 Power Engineering International
    The World Bank has approved a $350 million credit to help Myanmar to increase the output and efficiency of power generation.
  • A new study released by the UK’s University of Keele states that smart meters have little impact on reducing consumer energy usage.
  • Global natural gas markets record historic demand shock

    11 Jun 2020 Power Engineering International
    2020 is on its way to experiencing the largest recorded demand shock in the history of global natural gas markets, underlines the Gas 2020 report, issued by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
  • The World Bank, Infra Asia, and the Singapore Management University have launched a programme to boost the capabilities of regional government officials in infrastructure development.
  • In Indonesia, state-owned enterprise PT Geo Dipa Energi has won a $300 million loan from the Asian Development Bank to expand its geothermal energy generation.
  • Residential use drives Asia Pacific's power demand

    03 Jun 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    Bill shock could occur in countries with rising block tariffs.
  • The rise of the C&I buyer in supporting ASEAN’s energy transition

    03 Jun 2020 Jessica Dogaojo, Content Manager from Enlit Asia
    The question of whether the pandemic serves as an opportunity or threat to the ASEAN transition from coal to renewables remains debated.
  • Hydrogen’s potential in APAC unlocked

    03 Jun 2020 Jessica Dogaojo, Content Manager from Enlit Asia
    Confidence in hydrogen’s potential as the missing key to Asia Pacific’s decarbonisation efforts has been steadily rising.
  • KEPCO warned over coal projects in Vietnam, Indonesia

    02 Jun 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    BlackRock sought rationale from the South Korea utility for the investments.
  • PT Geo Dipa Energi signs $300m loan with ADB

    01 Jun 2020 Staff Reporter from Asian Power
    This will support the construction and commissioning of two geothermal plants in Java.
  • Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas is elevating its status in Vietnam’s energy market, writes Rod Walton.
  • Gas-fired power on the rise in Myanmar

    20 May 2020 Staff Reporter Singapore from Asian Power
    Myanmar's gas power sector could see growth in the longer term, as the government looks to the fuel source to meet with surging power demand, according to Fitch Solutions. There has been recent progre ...

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