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BlueFloat Energy announces 1.7-GW floating wind farm off Australia
The Eastern Rise Offshore Wind Project would be in the Pacific Ocean off Hunter region of New South Wales. The zone was announced recently by Australia’s Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Chris Bowen.
Taiwan breaks new ground with subsea power cables
Taiwan’s ongoing efforts to seemingly power the nation of 24mn by way of increasing numbers of large-scale offshore wind installations received a major boost in late February.
Vietnam ponders move back towards nuclear power
Vietnam’s Atomic Energy Institute (VINATOM) will this year make moves towards continuing previously abandoned research on the use of nuclear power in the country.
Massive investment needed in India’s battery tech
India’s Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) has released a study titled ‘How can India indigenise lithium-ion battery manufacturing?’
Denmark’s Crown Prince visits India to discuss renewables
Denmark’s king in waiting, Crown Prince Frederik Andre Henrik Christian, and his wife, Crown Princess Mary Elizabeth, have just completed a busy 5-day visit to the state of Tamil Nadu in south-east India.
China reacts to end of unofficial ban on Aussie coal
Chinese coal buyers have increased their forays into Australian coal purchases in the past month with the easing of an unofficial two-year ban on Australian coal making its way to the country.
AsiaElec: China reacts to end of unofficial ban on Aussie coal
Sri Lanka okays $442mn Adani Group wind projects
Sri Lanka’s Investment Board has approved two wind projects at a cost of $442 mn by Adani Green Energy, part of the multinational conglomerate Adani Group.
Masdar invests in Indonesian geothermal company
Masdar, a leading global clean energy company, is making a strategic investment in Indonesia-based Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE), a major player in the geothermal energy sector.
Fossil fuel consumption subsidies in 2022 were at record high of $1 trillion
According to the International Energy Agency, worldwide subsidies for fossil fuel consumption increased dramatically in 2022, surpassing $1 trillion for the first time.
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