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APAC to generate lion’s share of world’s energy by 2030

The region is expected to account for 56% of the world’s energy in the  next decade.
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APAC to generate lion’s share of world’s energy by 2030

The region is expected to account for 56% of the world’s energy in the  next decade.
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Wind energy industry needs 570,000 technicians by 2026

This comes as the global onshore and offshore wind increase in size by 67%.
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Energizing power generation in Asia

For over 25 years, Sulzer has supported Asia’s growing energy sector with advanced turbo services

Nuclear power to reach 873GW(e) by 2050: IAEA

The current capacity is at 390 GW(e).
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Renewable energy employment reaches 12.7 million in 2021

Around 700,000 new workers were employed last year.
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Energy firms ‘on track’ to meet energy transition target: report

More than 40% of companies are expected to be powered by renewables by 2030. 

Asia to account for 63% of renewable capacity additions until 2031

Around 66% will be coming from the non-hydropower sector.

Global alliance formed to boost offshore wind capacity

It aims to increase offshore wind capacity by 670% to 380GW in 2030.

Asia-Pacific and the transformation of electricity grids

Asia-Pacific, home to more than half the world’s population and some of its most rapidly expanding economies, is set to play a pivotal role in the energy transition in the coming years as it faces the challenges of meeting rising power demand whilst also working towards carbon reduction goals.

Australia, India amongst key emerging offshore wind markets

This is due to the government policies supporting the growth of offshore wind.

Around 13 million workers to join energy sector by 2030: IEA

It is expected to double under the net-zero emissions scenario.

APAC dominates energy sector employment

Almost 30% of the global workforce was in China.

IRENA, industry leaders establish Alliance for Industry Decarbonisation

The industrial sector is responsible for around 28% of GHG emissions.