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Indian hydropower producer NHPC Ltd and the Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Ltd (GEDCOL) have signed an agreement to develop 500 MW of floating solar projects in the state of Odisha.
A joint venture between Netherlands-based Mammoet and Taiwanese company Giant Heavy Machinery Services, called Mammoet-Giant, has transported offshore wind jackets for assembly in Taiwan.
The Korean Energy Agency (KEA) has selected independent energy expert and assurance provider DNV to deliver Type Certification services for wind turbines at Korean wind farm projects.
Japan has agreed to promote the use of ammonia as a generating fuel in Indonesia in an effort to cut its carbon dioxide emissions, especially as Jakarta aims to go carbon free by 2060.
Renewables energy became more expensive in Asia in 2021 because of strong demand and supply chain tightness, but green power still managed to undercut the of fossil fuel-derived electricity.
Indonesia resumed coal exports on January 10 as supplies to domestic power plants returned to lows, with the government allowing an initial 14 vessels loaded with coal to depart.
Current Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) are nowhere near enough to keep global warming within the 1.5°C target
The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are to work with Bill Gates-connected TerraPower to develop a next-generation fast reactor in the US.
Indonesia placed a sudden one-month ban on coal exports on January 1, sending coal prices up across Asia and potentially damaging mining companies’ earnings in 2022.
State Grid Corporation of China (SGC) has opened 3.6 GW of pumped storage hydro capacity that will provide electricity for the Beijing Winter Olympics in February.
Norwegian offshore floating wind technology developer BW Ideol has brought in Japan’s JERA and France’s ADEME Investissement to finance offshore wind projects that will use BW Ideol’s patented Damping Pool technology.
Japan’s TEPCO is to receive up to 1.22 GW of emergency power supplies from utilities in other regionals of the country in order to meet rising demand in the Tokyo area as temperatures fall.
Rosatom has named Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP) as the sole bidder for a contract to procure and build the main turbine islands for units 1-4 of Egypt’s El Dabaa nuclear power plant.
Investing in low-carbon and resilient urban development will play a key role in meeting global climate change goals and cutting city emissions, according to new research from the World Bank
China’s Huadian Heavy Industries (HHI) has signed a charter agreement for a jack-up vessel that will be able to install wind turbines of up to 20 MW.
HSBC has announced ambitious plans to phase out the financing of coal-fired power and thermal coal mining by 2030 in the EU and OECD markets and worldwide by 2040.
China is in danger of failing to meet its solar capacity targets for 2020 as rising prices for raw materials slow down new projects.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is to lend $600mn to Indonesian state-owned utility PLN to improve grid reliability and resilience in western and central Java, and to renewable energy.
Australia’s Senex Energy has agreed to be acquired by Posco International, the trading arm of South Korean steelmaker Posco, for AUD852.1mn ($606.8mn).