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Could coal-based power still get funding

Asian markets have increased coal output to meet energy demand.
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Could coal-based power still get funding

Asian markets have increased coal output to meet energy demand.
2 days ago

ADB launches grid-connected hybrid renewable energy in Mongolia

The hybrid system includes a solar farm and a battery energy storage system. 
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Strong growth in natural gas generation seen in Asia

This will mostly be driven by Southeast Asian markets. 
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Lighting up the future with the winners of the Asian Power Awards

Over 60 power initiatives were commended in this year’s awards programme

Reaching climate targets relies on swift reduction of global coal emissions: IEA

There are around 9,000 coal-fired power plants globally with a total capacity of 2,185MW.

Global commission formed to accelerate approvals of renewables, green hydrogen

It is expected to present its recommendations to the UN General Assembly in September 2023.

G7 hydrogen consumption could grow by up to 7 times

IRENA asked the G7 countries to lead the market. 

Pavilion Energy, Gasum, CNOOC tie up to reinforce globally LNG bunker supply network

They aim for a central link in the top three bunker regions including China and Singapore.

Just Transition Support Platform for developing countries launched

This forms part of the ADB’s commitment to ensure build capacity of developing countries.

Asia’s pumped hydropower capacity to overtake NAWE in 2023

Developments will mostly be located in Mainland China.

Global pumped hydropower to reach 233GW in 2031

It will help resolve the intermittency of renewables.

Asia coalition launched to accelerate clean energy procurement

ACEC’s vision includes clean energy’s accessibility and affordability in the region by 2030.

Industry decarbonisation alliance identifies six priorities

The six pillars include renewables, and green energy, amongst others.

How much did these Asian countries saved with solar power 

Seven countries were able to save about 9% of their fossil fuel costs in the first half.

Ingka Group becomes Asia Clean Energy Coalitions’ founding member

The coalition will convene the world’s leading clean energy buyers, investors, and developers.