APAC's renewable capacity

Thailand’s CKPower sets 2050 net zero target

The company plans to raise the share of electricity from renewables to 95% from 89%.

Thailand’s CKPower sets 2050 net zero target

The company plans to raise the share of electricity from renewables to 95% from 89%.

PETRONAS, DNV ink deal to support CCUS development

They will collaborate on technical and regulation areas, amongst others.

EMA, JTC award 3 projects to test-bed clean energy tech on Jurong Island

The projects under the S$6m grant which opened for proposals last year.

Cost-competitive renewables save $55b in global energy generation in 2022

Electricity costs from wind and solar power declined in 2021.

China leads global solar PV supply chains: report

It accounts for over 80% of the manufacturing stages of solar panels.

Terrenus Energy, LONGi bring nearly 20MWp solar modules to Changi Airport

This is expected to generate some 23.9GWh of clean energy annually.

Non-hydropower to grow 230GW annually from 2020 to 2024

Asia will be the key growth driver, accounting for 55% global generation growth.

RE adoption to accelerate due to gas market volatility

Asia is expected to generate 831TWh of gas-fired power over the decade.

Which countries make up most of the world’s renewables

Mainland China, India, and Japan are amongst the five entities that account for 77% of the world’s renewables.

China emerges as top contributor of new renewable capacity in Asia: report

The country added 121GW to the region’s new capacity, IRENA data showed.

APAC to add almost 330 GW renewables capacity until 2026

India would account for almost 40% of the capacity expansion.