Power Utility

Asia turns to biomass co-firing in coal plants for energy security, transition

However, experts cautioned this means that the operations of coal-fired power plants would be extended. 

Why blue hydrogen is not the solution to reducing emissions

IEFFA said investment should be focused more on other technologies such as solar and wind.

China’s coal IPPs to continue profit recovery

Spot thermal coal prices were down by around 20% from January to August 2023.

China’s solar capacity to surpass 500 GW by year-end

Its installed solar capacity is expected to exceed 1,000 GW by the end of 2026.

Why ASEAN should take a regional approach to accelerating RE

The Regional Approach Report outlines how collaboration is key to the aim of 35% renewable energy capacity by 2025 in the region.

VOX POP: How AI adoption transforms power plant operations

Whilst AI is still nascent, its integration in the power sector has significantly improved power plant operations.

India could install record-high 4 GW rooftop solar in 2024

This could only happen once India resolves regulation uncertainties, amongst others.

India dedicates NTPC power plant to the nation

The power plant has a 660 MW capacity.

APA Group acquires Alinta Energy Pilbara

The acquisition has an enterprise value of $1.1b (A$1.72b).

Southeast Asia sees rapid LNG regasification capacity growth

The region relies on LNG for energy security and transition.

India’s solar capacity reaches nearly 70.1 GW

The country is yet to maximise its solar potential of 748,990 MW.

Singapore, Hong Kong lag in Global Energy Vulnerability Index

This is due to their heavy reliance on energy imports.

Approval spree: India green lights 3.9GW coal projects in first 5 months of 2023

Around 7.6 GW were given terms of reference, a vital part in development approval.

Analysts bullish on UAE clean generation 2030 target

Solar power will be its largest source of capacity growth. 

VOX POP: Could ammonia co-firing be the solution to decarbonise coal-fired plants?

Experts have mixed views of the effectiveness of the nascent technology in decarbonisation.