Regulation

14 Aug 19
The state is in the process of reviewing deals due to allegations of corruption.
14 Aug 19
The state is looking to cut renewable energy tariffs by reviewing already sealed contracts.
7 Aug 19
This will drive up costs amidst declining demand for equipment from the US and India.
31 Jul 19
CLP Power Hong Kong and HK Electric are building an offshore LNG terminal and have introduced feed-in tariff schemes that are gaining interest....
31 Jul 19
Power distribution utilities will be mandated to source a minimum portion of energy from renewables.
31 Jul 19
47 out of 62 power projects are delayed.
31 Jul 19
Renewable energy is expected to generate 6.5% of the country’s total electricity by 2020.
24 Jul 19
The country’s position on the Ring of Fire has raised concerns over the safety of nuclear energy.
24 Jul 19
CEA estimates that growth in new installed power capacity will lead renewables to generate close to 44% of the country’s energy mix.
24 Jul 19
The duty is expected to raise the cost of solar projects by 2-4%.
24 Jul 19
5.2GW of projects with pre-determined tariffs could face renegotiation of costs.
12 Jul 19
New auction schemes are pushing companies to bid prices lower and take more risk in their project economics assumptions just to win contracts....
12 Jul 19
Hacking and malevolent interference are key threats to look out for.
3 Jul 19
More than 100 financial institutions have quit coal since February.
3 Jul 19
It defaulted on approximately $2.39m of debt.
28 Jun 19
It seeks to cut coal dependence and reduce air pollution.
26 Jun 19
It now looks to clear the Fukushima Daiichi’s reactors of fuel debris after the 2011 accident.
26 Jun 19
The Taiwan Offshore Wind Industry Association consists of both Taiwanese and foreign companies involved in the field.
26 Jun 19
The decommissioning of the Chinshan units will continue, and the operating licences of the Kuosheng and Maanshan units will not be extended.
26 Jun 19
Its aims to import more gas-fired power from Indonesia, Australia, and Russia.
21 Jun 19
The programme will be replaced by competitive bidding.
21 Jun 19
Manufacturers could avoid Indonesia if they cannot obtain 100% renewable energy.
14 Jun 19
This could force some restarted reactors to shut down again.
11 Jun 19
The risk is escalated by regulatory structures that guarantee high returns for coal generators.
11 Jun 19
The prime minister’s reelection signals the continued support for thermal coal investments.
3 Jun 19
Of the total, $108.62m will be allocated to rooftop power projects with a combined capacity of 3.5GW.
29 May 19
Its renewables market remains immature and public resistance to nuclear power is strong.
29 May 19
Tariffs paid to onshore wind projects will be cut to as low as $0.0420/kWh in 2020.
29 May 19
The 1GW Gujarat solar PV tender for Dholera Solar Park only got two bids for 300MW capacity.
22 May 19
This article was co-authored by Hugo Le Ridou, Reed Smith.
21 May 19
The banking group added forestry, palm oil and coal mining to its restricted transactions list.
20 May 19
This should set minimum levels for renewables consumption in provinces.
15 May 19
Taiwan is undoubtedly one of Asia's most exciting jurisdictions for offshore wind development right now.
15 May 19
State utility TNB prioritises digital initiatives to connect producers, consumers, and T&D networks in a less rigid market.
14 May 19
Its response came after a trade group challenged the tax formulation unveiled on 1 January.
14 May 19
The amendment was passed after 5.89 million voted in favour on abolishing the stipulation.
8 May 19
The region has fallen behind the campaign to switch rural households from coal to gas for heating.
7 May 19
But IPPs face regulatory hurdles that hamper the development of renewables and other energy sources.
30 Apr 19
Despite efforts to slowly reduce coal consumption, policies tilt towards coal and 5.4GW of plants are under construction.
30 Apr 19
The private sector is expected to play a vital role as competitive bidding gains momentum.