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New AEMO head sets ambitious goal of 100% renewable for Australian grid

Newly appointed Daniel Westerman wants the grid to handle 100% renewable energy by 2025.

New AEMO head sets ambitious goal of 100% renewable for Australian grid

Newly appointed Daniel Westerman wants the grid to handle 100% renewable energy by 2025.

Wind market needs to train nearly half a million workers: GWEC

This is to safely meet market expansion expected in the next five years.

Digitisation of wind asset management compromises valuation of human ingenuity: ARMSA

Organisations tend to use automation, AI instead of improving their employees’ skills.

Tata Power-DDL appoints Ganesh Srinivasan as CEO

He will take over from Sanjay Banga, who has been promoted to president for T&D in Mumbai.

Japan's nuclear industry seeks to plug labour gap

The Fukushima disaster and delays in power plant operations have killed students’ interest.

Adaro Power taps Japan, Korea for 2GW capacity

President director Mohammad Effendi shares how the company has linked with Japan and Korea to give 2.26GW of power to remote areas.

2018 Asian Power Utility Forum closes with over 50 attendees in Kuala Lumpur leg

Key executives from Malaysia's big utilities flocked to the event.

Meet OWL Energy's Jeff Miller at the 2018 Asian Power Utility Forum

He will speak about hybrid power plant usage to support base load power needs in small islands.

Meet Quezon Power's Frank Thiel at the 2018 Asian Power Utility Forum in Manila

Thiel will discuss the plight of renewables in a coal-focussed country.

Even Santa needs to rest these holidays

Santa and his dearest elves are taking the time off!

KOGAS eyes building a greenfield LNG import terminal

It will be the company's sixth LNG import facility.

Meet Gautam Jindal at the 2017 Asian Power Utility Forum

Jindal, from Energy Studies Institute, will speak about "intermittency".

Building the business case for hydropower companies to employ more women

Hydropower is traditionally a male-dominated field. This is not to say that female engineers, hydrologists, plant managers, or even CEOs do not exist. They do. But globally, women are grossly underrepresented in the hydropower field. Further, even when present, their talent is more often underutilized. This must change; simply because there is a business case to integrate more women into the hydropower-industry workforce.