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Solar power to lead Middle East energy transition
The sector reached the lowest cost of $10.4 per MWh in Saudi Arabia.
Trina Solar, CSC Energy, SolarTEQ team up for 100 MW solar project in South Korea
The collaboration will boost the country’s RE100 initiative.
Alternergy secures $137.4m loan for Tanay wind project
The lenders are BPI and Security Bank.
GAIL inaugurates 10 MW green hydrogen plant
The plant can produce 4.3 tonnes of hydrogen daily.
RWE to develop 50 MW BESS project in NSW to start in late 2025
The project is expected to start operations in late 2025.
Australia to double renewable capacity by 2033
This will be supported by the Future Made in Australia package
Avaada secures 1,050 MWp solar project with NTPC
The project brings the company’s local portfolio to over 15 gigawatts-peak.
Chinese renewable exports up 35% from 2019 to 2023
The country’s manufacturing costs were up to 200% lower than Western rivals.
Coal-fired Eraring Power Station retirement postponed to 2027
Started in 1984, the plant is initially targeted for closure as early as August 2025.
Masdar-EDF JV switches on 2 solar projects on Yas Island
The two projects have a total capacity of 1.52 MWp.
US invests $126m for Indonesia geothermal plant development
This Phase I Ijen Geothermal will have a 31 MW capacity.
Renova unit’s biomass plant supplies power to NTT Docomo
The plant began selling on long-term fixed-price contracts with power retailers in 2023.

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Power Utility Why Singapore could be the ‘tipping point’ for ASEAN renewable and grid development
Heavily reliant on gas, the country is still on track for its 2035 net-zero target, but could be more ambitious to hit its 2050 goal by 2045.
Power Utility Pressures mount for less desirable energy insurance placements in the region
Industry experts eye offshore investments as most attractive, yet more expensive.
IPP Will the government pay for coal power exit in Vietnam?
The country’s coal power phase-out strategy sees renewables accounting for 67.7%–71.5% of the energy mix by 2050.
Power Utility Japanese utility firms into serious business of reselling LNG surplus
Declining local demand for LNG directs Japanese companies to the South and Southeast Asian markets.
India removes licence requirement to build transmission lines for bulk consumers
The rule applies to those with at least 25 MW of load for inter-state connection and at least 10 MW for intra-state.
NEFIN Group works double time to catch up on projects
CEO Glenn Lim explains how a delay turned out good as the company aims to reach 667 MW of capacity by 2026.
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.

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Solar power to lead Middle East energy transition
The sector reached the lowest cost of $10.4 per MWh in Saudi Arabia.
Trina Solar, CSC Energy, SolarTEQ team up for 100 MW solar project in South Korea
The collaboration will boost the country’s RE100 initiative.
Alternergy secures $137.4m loan for Tanay wind project
The lenders are BPI and Security Bank.
GAIL inaugurates 10 MW green hydrogen plant
The plant can produce 4.3 tonnes of hydrogen daily.
RWE to develop 50 MW BESS project in NSW to start in late 2025
The project is expected to start operations in late 2025.
Australia to double renewable capacity by 2033
This will be supported by the Future Made in Australia package
Avaada secures 1,050 MWp solar project with NTPC
The project brings the company’s local portfolio to over 15 gigawatts-peak.
Chinese renewable exports up 35% from 2019 to 2023
The country’s manufacturing costs were up to 200% lower than Western rivals.
Coal-fired Eraring Power Station retirement postponed to 2027
Started in 1984, the plant is initially targeted for closure as early as August 2025.
Masdar-EDF JV switches on 2 solar projects on Yas Island
The two projects have a total capacity of 1.52 MWp.
US invests $126m for Indonesia geothermal plant development
This Phase I Ijen Geothermal will have a 31 MW capacity.
Renova unit’s biomass plant supplies power to NTT Docomo
The plant began selling on long-term fixed-price contracts with power retailers in 2023.

Exclusives

Power Utility Why Singapore could be the ‘tipping point’ for ASEAN renewable and grid development
Heavily reliant on gas, the country is still on track for its 2035 net-zero target, but could be more ambitious to hit its 2050 goal by 2045.
Power Utility Pressures mount for less desirable energy insurance placements in the region
Industry experts eye offshore investments as most attractive, yet more expensive.
IPP Will the government pay for coal power exit in Vietnam?
The country’s coal power phase-out strategy sees renewables accounting for 67.7%–71.5% of the energy mix by 2050.
Power Utility Japanese utility firms into serious business of reselling LNG surplus
Declining local demand for LNG directs Japanese companies to the South and Southeast Asian markets.
India removes licence requirement to build transmission lines for bulk consumers
The rule applies to those with at least 25 MW of load for inter-state connection and at least 10 MW for intra-state.
NEFIN Group works double time to catch up on projects
CEO Glenn Lim explains how a delay turned out good as the company aims to reach 667 MW of capacity by 2026.
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.

Join the Asian Power community