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Which ASEAN countries are the most energy-intensive
Their energy intensity is higher than the world average, according to IEA.
ACWA Power, Badeel to develop over 2,000MW solar plant
It is expected to operate in the fourth quarter of 2025.
New UAE law regulates renewables production units link to grid
This is in line with UAE’s plan to diversify renewable energy sources. 
Amazon, Vibrant Energy to develop 300MW renewable projects in India
Once completed, it is expected to produce 1.163 million MWh of clean energy.
Adani unit raises $200m via refinancing facility
It will refinance the 350MW solar project in Andhra Pradesh.
China may need 4,300GW storage capacity by 2050: report
This is to help back up renewables’ intermittency. 
China’s renewables could grow up to 6,000GW by 2050
Power demand is projected to reach 13,600TWh by 2050.
ADB launches grid-connected hybrid renewable energy in Mongolia
The hybrid system includes a solar farm and a battery energy storage system. 
Zenith Energy secures A$440m debt financing
It will be used for its new generation projects, amongst others.
JERA, 4 energy firms sign MoU for hydrogen, ammonia adoption
The parties plant for joint procurement of hydrogen and ammonia for domestic plants.
ACWA Power, Thai energy firms partner for hydrogen projects development
The facilities to be developed have an investment value of around $7b.
IAEA concludes second water safety review at Fukushima Daiichi plant
The IAEA mission took place on 14-18 November.
Australian firms enter JV for 4.5GW storage development in Victoria
It will be integrated with new renewable generation and green hydrogen production.

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Lending & Credit Could coal-based power still get funding
Asian markets have increased coal output to meet energy demand.
Indonesia’s new regulation speeds up energy transitions
The government has issued Presidential Regulation No. 112 of 2022 to limit the coal-fired power plants and gradually reduce coal consumption.
Power Utility What could dry up Laos’ hydropower potential
The market is poised to be a key electricity exporter in Southeast Asia.
Regulation Renewable energy use may become mandatory for some Indian sectors
The bill will impose carbon trading and minimum consumption of non-fossil fuel sources.
Power Utility What can fix renewable energy’s intermittency?
Solar and wind power are not reliable enough to meet Southeast Asia’s issue on power demand, Enlit Asia’s invitees said.
Power Utility Offshore wind struggles as Asia faces regulatory bottlenecks
This may challenge Asia’s momentum in replacing Europe as the largest offshore wind market.
Power Utility Asia turns to coal amidst a global energy crisis
India and China are amongst the markets that have increased coal production for energy security.

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Which ASEAN countries are the most energy-intensive
Their energy intensity is higher than the world average, according to IEA.
ACWA Power, Badeel to develop over 2,000MW solar plant
It is expected to operate in the fourth quarter of 2025.
New UAE law regulates renewables production units link to grid
This is in line with UAE’s plan to diversify renewable energy sources. 
Amazon, Vibrant Energy to develop 300MW renewable projects in India
Once completed, it is expected to produce 1.163 million MWh of clean energy.
Adani unit raises $200m via refinancing facility
It will refinance the 350MW solar project in Andhra Pradesh.
China may need 4,300GW storage capacity by 2050: report
This is to help back up renewables’ intermittency. 
China’s renewables could grow up to 6,000GW by 2050
Power demand is projected to reach 13,600TWh by 2050.
ADB launches grid-connected hybrid renewable energy in Mongolia
The hybrid system includes a solar farm and a battery energy storage system. 
Zenith Energy secures A$440m debt financing
It will be used for its new generation projects, amongst others.
JERA, 4 energy firms sign MoU for hydrogen, ammonia adoption
The parties plant for joint procurement of hydrogen and ammonia for domestic plants.
ACWA Power, Thai energy firms partner for hydrogen projects development
The facilities to be developed have an investment value of around $7b.
IAEA concludes second water safety review at Fukushima Daiichi plant
The IAEA mission took place on 14-18 November.
Australian firms enter JV for 4.5GW storage development in Victoria
It will be integrated with new renewable generation and green hydrogen production.

Exclusives

Lending & Credit Could coal-based power still get funding
Asian markets have increased coal output to meet energy demand.
Indonesia’s new regulation speeds up energy transitions
The government has issued Presidential Regulation No. 112 of 2022 to limit the coal-fired power plants and gradually reduce coal consumption.
Power Utility What could dry up Laos’ hydropower potential
The market is poised to be a key electricity exporter in Southeast Asia.
Regulation Renewable energy use may become mandatory for some Indian sectors
The bill will impose carbon trading and minimum consumption of non-fossil fuel sources.
Power Utility What can fix renewable energy’s intermittency?
Solar and wind power are not reliable enough to meet Southeast Asia’s issue on power demand, Enlit Asia’s invitees said.
Power Utility Offshore wind struggles as Asia faces regulatory bottlenecks
This may challenge Asia’s momentum in replacing Europe as the largest offshore wind market.
Power Utility Asia turns to coal amidst a global energy crisis
India and China are amongst the markets that have increased coal production for energy security.

Join the Asian Power community