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Asia to lead grid expansion investments

China will account for 30% of the total investments this year.

Asia to lead grid expansion investments

China will account for 30% of the total investments this year.

Natural gas to rise 3% in 2024

Rystad Energy said the sector will continue to address the energy trilemma.

Government support to boost offshore wind sector

Final investment decisions reached for the sector reached over 12 GW, excluding China.

Coal generation to fall by 0.3% YoY in 2024

This is thanks to the slowed growth of new projects in Asia.

Floating solar plays vital role in SEA’s energy transition

The region has around 500 MW of FPV projects in operation.

West moves to ‘level the playing field’ in China-dominated clean energy supply chain

China’s investment reached $140b in 2023, higher than the rest of the world’s $20b.

China’s solar capacity to surpass 500 GW by year-end

Its installed solar capacity is expected to exceed 1,000 GW by the end of 2026.

Southeast Asia RE investments to exceed $76b in 2025

This is driven by national oil companies and traditional upstream players.

Asia faces financial risks with energy transition

Fossil fuel exit is still a steep climb as Asian markets need to rely on coal power at least in the short run for energy security.

New battery storage capacity to grow over 400GWh annually by 2030

Rystad Energy noted this is a ten-fold increase compared to current annual additions. 

How grid enhancements can ignite Malaysia's solar energy boom

Experts warn that grid enhancements will be crucial for the solar energy mix, which accounted for 18% of the country's RE.

China-concentrated capacity drives APAC as hydropower ‘powerhouse’ 

China's aggressive hydropower development is driven by its carbon peaking target by 2030.

​​​​​​​Carbon emissions in India to increase by 36% in 2030

This is above the projected emissions in Europe and the US.

Fossil fuel emissions to peak by 2025: report

Carbon emissions are expected to hit 39Gtpa in two years. 

Low-carbon investments in Australia to climb by 23%: report

The market will follow Africa which is expected to see the highest investment growth.

Asia’s low-carbon investment to increase 12% YoY in 2023

Africa is expected to see the highest growth of 26%.