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Geothermal power needs policy boost to stay on the net-zero track

Its annual capacity additions averaged only 500MW annually in the last five years.
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Geothermal power needs policy boost to stay on the net-zero track

Its annual capacity additions averaged only 500MW annually in the last five years.
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How running the Jawa-7 helps Indonesia’s clean energy transition

With plant efficiency as high as 45%, the Jawa-7 power plant produces lower carbon emissions.

Why should India be aggressive in privatising discoms?

Most public discoms are on the verge of bankruptcy because of high AT&C losses aggravated by political populism, Barnik Maitra claims.

Direct PPAs should be scaled up: Asia Clean Energy Partners

But doing so poses financial risks to the operator due to the longevity of contracts.

Scaling up India’s storage capacity will be slow: IEEFA

India will need 27GW of grid-scale battery, the Central Electric Authority said. 

LEGAL BRIEFING: Will the energy bill dim out competition in SG’s electricity generation market?

Under the bill, the Singapore regulator will be allowed to be a market player.

The Philippines is poised to lead Southeast Asia in sustainability

It could 'leapfrog' to be a regional leader with renewables projected to be worth $30b by 2030.

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.