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Onshore wind will take up 82% of China’s 408 GW new capacity between 2021-2030.
With producing green hydrogen costs set to drop, APAC is ripe for a hydro revolution.
This is supported by Lao PDR, Thailand, and Malaysia.
The project consists of numerous ground-mounted solar installations currently in development.
ETS covered around 40% of China's 11,535 Mt CO2e emissions in 2019.
In a nutshell, the tips are to minimise total land use, optimise land assessment, and increase land of suitable land.
1.7% is the minimum amount of land needed for solar generation alone.
There is already a notice to proceed with the 50-MW Niigata East Port biomass project.
This plant will be powered using 3-GW solar and 500-MW wind energy.
This is despite the decline of new approvals for coal-fired powerplants in H1 2021.
The country’s share of solar and wind energy will remain consistent.
This will help the region deal with climate change challenges .
The developments of photovoltaic projects will consolidate the German firm's position in the country
They will be studying the feasibility of large-scale projects off the country's coast

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Will coal dependence hamper Malaysia’s solar energy boom?

Solar investments are on the rise, but these may not be enough to meet Malaysia’s renewable energy targets.

Modest geothermal growth to persist

Growth drivers will only be few, especially those in tectonically active areas.

Support for nuclear rises amidst clean energy goals, power demands

Indonesia and the Philippines are looking into its feasibility as a clean energy alternative. 

Where is Hong Kong now in its carbon neutrality target?

The city is now implementing several abatement measures as it aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.

Japan bets on offshore wind in bid to reach net-zero emissions

Long overlooked by the market, offshore wind farms are finally in the limelight as the country pledges carbon neutrality by 2050.

Taiwan's offshore wind sector stays afloat amidst tariff cuts

Investors with neither experience nor capacity in the sector seek chances to buy into an existing project.

Investment opportunities, government support drive Asia Pacific's geothermal growth

Indonesia is expected to overtake the US in leading the global geothermal power sector.

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Onshore wind will take up 82% of China’s 408 GW new capacity between 2021-2030.
With producing green hydrogen costs set to drop, APAC is ripe for a hydro revolution.
This is supported by Lao PDR, Thailand, and Malaysia.
The project consists of numerous ground-mounted solar installations currently in development.
ETS covered around 40% of China's 11,535 Mt CO2e emissions in 2019.
In a nutshell, the tips are to minimise total land use, optimise land assessment, and increase land of suitable land.
1.7% is the minimum amount of land needed for solar generation alone.
There is already a notice to proceed with the 50-MW Niigata East Port biomass project.
This plant will be powered using 3-GW solar and 500-MW wind energy.
This is despite the decline of new approvals for coal-fired powerplants in H1 2021.
The country’s share of solar and wind energy will remain consistent.
This will help the region deal with climate change challenges .
The developments of photovoltaic projects will consolidate the German firm's position in the country
They will be studying the feasibility of large-scale projects off the country's coast

Exclusives

Will coal dependence hamper Malaysia’s solar energy boom?

Solar investments are on the rise, but these may not be enough to meet Malaysia’s renewable energy targets.

Modest geothermal growth to persist

Growth drivers will only be few, especially those in tectonically active areas.

Support for nuclear rises amidst clean energy goals, power demands

Indonesia and the Philippines are looking into its feasibility as a clean energy alternative. 

Where is Hong Kong now in its carbon neutrality target?

The city is now implementing several abatement measures as it aims to be carbon neutral by 2050.

Japan bets on offshore wind in bid to reach net-zero emissions

Long overlooked by the market, offshore wind farms are finally in the limelight as the country pledges carbon neutrality by 2050.

Taiwan's offshore wind sector stays afloat amidst tariff cuts

Investors with neither experience nor capacity in the sector seek chances to buy into an existing project.

Investment opportunities, government support drive Asia Pacific's geothermal growth

Indonesia is expected to overtake the US in leading the global geothermal power sector.

Join the Asian Power community