AsiaElec - Asia Power
EU summit makes little progress on a gas price cap mechanism, vows to diversify away from Chinese dependencies
Germany eyes Mongolia’s wealth of key commodities in climate fight such as copper, rare earth metals
South Korean state utility KEPCO could find it difficult to follow through on its plan to sell its coal and gas assets abroad to fund the clean energy transition at home as it tries to fill a $12bn operating loss hole in its balance sheet.
The Indian government plans to develop 99 new coal projects, producing 427mn tonnes per year, in order to tackle the current coal shortage, even though the country has even more capacity currently lying idle.
India’s National Green Tribunal has suspended the environment clearance granted for the Yadadri Thermal Power Station being built in Nalgonda district.
Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Nippon Marine Enterprises are to establish a training centre for offshore wind power generation in Akita Prefecture, Japan.