Asian Power

NGEL turns on 300 MW Nokhra solar project
The plant is projected can supply power to over 130,000 households.
Origin Energy buys RE developer Walcha Energy
It will also own Walcha’s proposed Salisbury Solar Farm and Ruby Hills Wind Farm.
HEXA Renewables, Ciel & Terre Taiwan complete floating solar project expansion
It is part of the Changbin floating solar project.
India needs 12 GW of storage capacity in FY2024
This will be increasing to 70 GW in FY2030.
Vena Energy receives $600m of sustainability-linked financing
The green energy company has achieved over 3 GW of projects.
EnergyAustralia opens first dual-fuel gas and green hydrogen plant
Construction of the power plant took two years.
Global LNG demand to grow 50% by 2050
This will be driven by the increasing demand in China, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.
Nuclear production posts biggest decline in a decade
China is the second largest producer of nuclear electricity.
China’s installed solar capacity reaches 600 GW
The sector accounts for a fifth of China’s total installed capacity.
2 priorities of the Australian Offshore Wind Taskforce
It recognises the need for greater collaboration between the industry and government.
Adani Green switches on 551 MW solar capacity
This is the first operational capacity at the world’s largest renewable energy park.
Nuclear production posts biggest decline in a decade
China is the second largest producer of nuclear electricity.
Vast, Mabanaft signs $26m funding agreement for a CSP-powered solar methanol plant
The SM1 plant aims to generate over 7,500 tonnes per annum of green methanol.
IEA to establish regional cooperation centre in Singapore
The centre will start operations in the second half of 2024.
Consortium to develop wave-powered microgrid in Thailand
The group received a $1.9m grant for the project.

Join the Asian Power community

Exclusives

Exclusives

Power Utility Summit Power International provides vital LNG support to Bangladesh
Without cross-border electricity supply, LNG is needed by a country facing geographical constraints to deploy renewables.
PLN focuses digital processes on equitable electricity distribution
State-run firm’s president succeeded in electrifying 76,900 villages and sub-districts throughout Indonesia.
Power Utility VOX POP: How can vehicle-to-grid technologies boost energy transition?
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is seen as a groundbreaking innovation towards the resilience of the power grid and the improvement of robust energy transition.
IDCTA: Global participation can boost Indonesia’s carbon credit sales
The new carbon market has as much as 71.95% of carbon credits unsold at the end of 2023.
How Southeast Asia can unlock its biogas potential
The region only has around one gigawatt of capacity with Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia leading in terms of production.
Philippines on track to energy transition, but RE targets could be higher
The country’s renewable energy has accounted for 22% of the energy mix as of 2022.
Singapore faces cost, investment hurdles in hydrogen push
Significant technological development will enable Singapore to generate 50% of its power from low-carbon hydrogen by 2050.

Top News

NGEL turns on 300 MW Nokhra solar project
The plant is projected can supply power to over 130,000 households.
Origin Energy buys RE developer Walcha Energy
It will also own Walcha’s proposed Salisbury Solar Farm and Ruby Hills Wind Farm.
HEXA Renewables, Ciel & Terre Taiwan complete floating solar project expansion
It is part of the Changbin floating solar project.
India needs 12 GW of storage capacity in FY2024
This will be increasing to 70 GW in FY2030.
Vena Energy receives $600m of sustainability-linked financing
The green energy company has achieved over 3 GW of projects.
EnergyAustralia opens first dual-fuel gas and green hydrogen plant
Construction of the power plant took two years.
Global LNG demand to grow 50% by 2050
This will be driven by the increasing demand in China, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.
Nuclear production posts biggest decline in a decade
China is the second largest producer of nuclear electricity.
China’s installed solar capacity reaches 600 GW
The sector accounts for a fifth of China’s total installed capacity.
2 priorities of the Australian Offshore Wind Taskforce
It recognises the need for greater collaboration between the industry and government.
Adani Green switches on 551 MW solar capacity
This is the first operational capacity at the world’s largest renewable energy park.
Nuclear production posts biggest decline in a decade
China is the second largest producer of nuclear electricity.
Vast, Mabanaft signs $26m funding agreement for a CSP-powered solar methanol plant
The SM1 plant aims to generate over 7,500 tonnes per annum of green methanol.
IEA to establish regional cooperation centre in Singapore
The centre will start operations in the second half of 2024.
Consortium to develop wave-powered microgrid in Thailand
The group received a $1.9m grant for the project.

Exclusives

Power Utility Summit Power International provides vital LNG support to Bangladesh
Without cross-border electricity supply, LNG is needed by a country facing geographical constraints to deploy renewables.
PLN focuses digital processes on equitable electricity distribution
State-run firm’s president succeeded in electrifying 76,900 villages and sub-districts throughout Indonesia.
Power Utility VOX POP: How can vehicle-to-grid technologies boost energy transition?
Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is seen as a groundbreaking innovation towards the resilience of the power grid and the improvement of robust energy transition.
IDCTA: Global participation can boost Indonesia’s carbon credit sales
The new carbon market has as much as 71.95% of carbon credits unsold at the end of 2023.
How Southeast Asia can unlock its biogas potential
The region only has around one gigawatt of capacity with Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia leading in terms of production.
Philippines on track to energy transition, but RE targets could be higher
The country’s renewable energy has accounted for 22% of the energy mix as of 2022.
Singapore faces cost, investment hurdles in hydrogen push
Significant technological development will enable Singapore to generate 50% of its power from low-carbon hydrogen by 2050.

Join the Asian Power community