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China leads global hydropower growth with 6,749 MW new installations in 2023

It is followed by Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Indonesia in East Asia and the Pacific.
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China leads global hydropower growth with 6,749 MW new installations in 2023

It is followed by Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Indonesia in East Asia and the Pacific.
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Installing spare solar capacity could help achieve 2030 goals early

This will also help exceed the target by 21% by the end of 2031.
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South and Central Asia's hydropower capacity reaches 166 GW

Several projects are set to be completed as only a few projects came online last year.
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Global hydropower capacity rises slightly to 1,416 GW in 2023

The sector’s power generation dipped due to drought conditions.
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Countries still far from providing affordable and sustainable energy by 2030: report

People living without electricity grew to over 600m in 2022. 
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US LNG could cut Asia’s emissions by half versus coal

Demand for natural gas will continue to be strong in the coming years. 
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Asia to lead nuclear power expansion in the next 10 years

The region will install more than 49 GW over the period.
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SMRs poised to transform global nuclear capacity expansion

The sector holds less than 4% of all nuclear projects under planning or construction.
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Aboitiz Power calls for regional cooperation to enhance energy workforce

Countries should leverage their edge to develop the manpower.
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ACEN to invest $15b to quadruple capacity by 2030

It aims to expand its capacity to 20GW.
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Solar power to lead RE investment growth

Grid investments will reach $400b in 2024.

AI development to boost energy demand at data centres

The technology will comprise 85% of the energy demand growth until 2026.

Four key areas to address to accelerate renewable energy growth

Around $10t in investment is needed to triple the renewables capacity by 2030. 

Global clean energy investments to reach $2t in 2024

Emerging and developing markets, however, remain underfunded.

Accelerating clean energy edoption can lower power costs

Solar and wind are the cheapest renewable energy options.

Solar potential underutilised in sunniest markets

Access to financing remains a barrier to increasing solar capacity.

APAC to see $15b investment in CCS over next decade

Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia are emerging hubs for carbon capture.