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Danish turbine manufacturer Vestas has revealed that its plans will consolidate its China (CHI) and Asia Pacific (ASP) regions into one, strong business region covering the Greater Asia region to be known as Asia Pacific (APAC).
Governments around the world still plan to produce more than double the amount of fossil fuels in 2030 than what would be consistent with limiting global warming to 1.5°C, despite increased climate ambitions and net-zero commitments.
G7 countries have the potential to reach net zero in the power generation sector by 2035 and spur decarbonisation in other economies and sectors.
South Korean utilities company KEPCO will seek leave to appeal against the refusal of its Bylong Valley coal project in the High Court.
South Korean civil society groups have called on the government to accelerate the retirement of existing coal plants and block the construction of new projects.
A group of US solar companies seeking import tariffs on panels made by Chinese companies in three Southeast Asian nations has identified its members to Department of Commerce officials, reports Reuters, but has asked to remain anonymous.
Mitsubishi Power has switched on its second M701JAC gas turbine unit at Thai IPP Gulf Energy Development’s power plant in Chonburi Province in Thailand.
If India keeps installing solar capacity at the rate it has achieved for the last three months, coal-fired power could peak in the 2023-24 financial year.
Japan's biggest refiner, Eneos Holdings, is to buy Japan Renewable Energy (JRE) for JPY200bn ($1.8bn) in order to expand its low-carbon business.
A total of 24 new countries have now joined the US- and EU-backed Global Methane Pledge in a bid to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Decarbonising the global shipping sector by 2050 will require investment in energy efficiency and a wholesale move towards biofuels.
Governments need to smash the stubborn dominance of fossil fuels if the world is to reach net zero by 2050, despite the rapid development of green technologies, the IEA warns.
Plug Power and SK Group’s SK E&S division are to provide fuel cell systems, hydrogen fuelling stations and electrolysers to the South Korean and other Asian markets.
But how much coal Kazakhstan already sells China is a mystery, because the two sides publish different figures.
Climate action cannot focus solely on reducing carbon dioxide emissions, as cutting methane output by industry, which has the potential to have the greatest impact on limiting near-term climate change, is essential for meeting global climate targets.
Up to 21 countries around the world have yet to commit explicitly to no new coal, despite 44 countries already having committed to never building a coal power plant again.
Indian renewables developer Adani Green Energy has closed its $3.5bn acquisition of SB Energy Holdings, which owns a 5-GW renewables portfolio in India.
India’s Senvion, now owned by Saudi Arabia’s Alfanar Group, has secured a contract to deliver 591 MW of wind turbines to Indian private generator JSW Energy.