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Asia expected to consume more than half of the world's energy

However, Asia’s Energy Revolution author noted that net-zero goals are still in progress.
13 hours ago

Asia expected to consume more than half of the world's energy

However, Asia’s Energy Revolution author noted that net-zero goals are still in progress.
13 hours ago

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.

ENGIE launches venture capital arm in Singapore

Over 80 startups have signed up to its programme aimed at accelerating renewable energy deployment in the Asia Pacific.

What are the woes in Myanmar's energy mix?

No new MOA or PPA has yet to be concluded for two years already.

B.Grimm Power builds ASEAN's biggest solar plant

CEO Preeyanart Soontornwata targets to grow the company’s portfolio by investing in two solar plants in Vietnam with a 677MW capacity, forming ASEAN's largest solar farm.

Sharply falling costs sweep the Asian wind power industry off its feet

Can the increasing penetration of wind power be handled without threatening the stability of the power system?

Is the Philippines ripe for energy storage?

Some utilities see batteries as the solution to improve the economics of a larger scale roof-top solar industry.

The sunny prospects and hazy risks of Thailand's next stage of solar growth

Sustaining the momentum will mean grappling with current overcapacity and a scrutinising regulatory merger regime.

POSCO Energy turns to floating PV projects

President & CEO Park Ki-Hong reveals the utility’s realigned focus on developing regional floating and utility-scale photovoltaic projects, and expanding its renewable energy business with overseas IPPs.

Philippine IPP Global Business Power eyes electrifying bigger islands

CEO Jaime T. Azurin targets going out of the Visayas region as its home base, and expanding to the Philippines’ bigger islands with the firm’s recent 50% stake acquisition in the Alsons Thermal Energy Corporation in Mindanao.

Southeast Asia's solar industry thrives amidst dimming market expectations

The solar boom may be fizzling out in some countries, but definitely not in Southeast Asia.

Indonesia must accept defeat in trying to hit its massive 35GW ambition

Initial targets have been trimmed as PLN is not yet ready for the infrastructure.