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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.

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.

Why APAC is tipped to lead renewable investments by 2030

Wind and solar in Taiwan, South Korea and Japan enjoy feed-in-tariffs with reliable counterparties.

Behind Avaada Energy's rapid expansion across India

The company has clinched repeat investments from institutions such as ADB, DEG, FMO and Proparco.

Singapore's 5G and government support boost renewable use for data centres

Data centre firms have tempered expectations for green energy sources, but opportunities still await.

Droughts and regulatory mayhem taint hydropower development on Mekong waters

Projects still get greenlighted as Mekong River nations struggle to meet climbing power demand, but concerns on their environmental, social, and economic effects are also mounting.

Tech deployment delays put heat on Asia's nuclear momentum

China seeks to raise total nuclear capacity to 58GW by 2020, but whether this target will be hit or not relies on the pace of equipment upgrades and capacity oversupply.

Asia set to become global capital for solar power by 2050

As renewables take over the world’s energy mix, the region will continue to grow its global PV capacity at full speed.

Firms slash electric bills as Singapore launches live auctions for packages

On average, savings can hit 30% off the regulated tariff after live auctions were launched.

Eyes on the east: China asserts power over global offshore wind sector

Despite being a newcomer in the global scene, China added more capacity than any country in the last two years.

Vietnam, Malaysia lead the race for power growth

Regulators might find it difficult to catch up with rapid developments in the industry.