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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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China will be most affected if Indonesia’s coal export ban becomes indefinite

The government imposed the ban due to low stocks of coal at power plants.

India’s non-hydropower renewables to reach 229GW by end-2030

The country's non-hydropower renewables capacity in 2021 was at 102GW. 

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.

Keeping the Quezon Power on as supply deal extension sits in limbo

The power generator’s power purchase agreement is due to lapse in May 2025.

Bidding thermal power goodbye? It will be a long journey

Asia’s 1.5TW coal-fired capacity is still at a ‘youthful state’, The Lantau Group’s Mike Thomas says.

Should governments invest in available technology today to reach net-zero?

Wait for technologies with enough economic feasibility, Senoko Energy chairman advises.

How can Indonesia decarbonise amidst expected energy consumption growth?

Energy consumption is expected to be four times higher in 2060.

Emerging and developing Asia needs to increase RE contributions by 50%

Energy demand is expected to grow by 3% annually over the next two decades, the IEA projected.

EMA highlights four areas in improving SG's sustainable power sector

These are the natural gas, solar, regional power grids, and low-carbon alternatives.

Asia’s coal reliance to remain despite clean energy transition

HSBC reported the total consumption of coal will likely peak in 2025.

What makes Indonesia a "game-changer" in SEA’s sustainability?

Its geothermal energy potential and forest area are amongst the key factors.

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.

India faces solar waste crisis as recycling is not economic

India needs to catch up with other countries in managing and financing renewable plant recycling, argues IEEFA consultant Saloni Sachdeva Michael.

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.

NETC ensures high transmission availability in NER India

NETC's managing director shares the strategies they employ to keep their mandate.