Power Utility

Support for nuclear rises amidst clean energy goals, power demands

Indonesia and the Philippines are looking into its feasibility as a clean energy alternative. 

Support for nuclear rises amidst clean energy goals, power demands

Indonesia and the Philippines are looking into its feasibility as a clean energy alternative. 

South Korea green lights operation of ‘new’ power plant

The government made the decision a year after the plant’s completion.

Taiwan inks 15-year LNG supply deal with Qatar

It will buy 1.25 million tonnes of LNG annually from the company.

Indonesia’s Pertamina invest $12b for ‘clean’ power capacity

The investment aims to add 10 GW power capacity by 2026.

AGL shuts down gas power unit in South Australia

Renewables continued lowering of power prices makes it harder for fossil fuels to compete.

The 17th Asian Power Awards is now accepting nominations

The deadline for sending entries is on 20 August 2021.

India’s NTPC nearly doubles renewable energy goals

The power company is India’s biggest power generator.

Thai oil giant PTT’s subsidiary invests $635m in Asia green energy

It aims to have 30% of the power it generates come from renewables.

Industry leaders discuss the future of renewables in APAC

The trend is pointing towards achieving 100% renewables in many countries, but it will take time.

Thailand coal power company acquires solar farms in Australia

The acquisition is part of the company’s commitment to greener energy.

Philippines sells 650 MW Malaya oil-fired power plant for $65m

Fort Pilar Energy Inc. won the bid to privatise the power plant.

Danish energy company Ørsted launches expansion in Vietnam

This comes on the back of Vietnam increasing renewable energy to 30% by 2030

India’s JSPL sells coal-fired power business for $400m to Worldone

This move aims to reduce the company’s debt and carbon footprint by almost half.

Japan authorizes operations of three ageing nuclear reactors

This is the first time reactors older than 40 years are approved to restart.

Singapore's Sunseap eyes expansion in Japan after latest Series E funding

The company earned an undisclosed amount from several new Japanese investors.

Solar module prices surged to 35% amidst inflated costs of raw materials

Some Chinese manufacturers don’t see prices lowering until after 2021.