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Rosatom unit complete reactor vessel for China’s Xudabao NPP

29 April 2022

Rosatom has confirmed that it has manufactured the upper half of the reactor pressure vessel (RPV) for unit 3 of China’s Xudabao NPP in Liaoning Province.

China’s no foreign coal commitment could close 12.8 GW in the developing world

29 April 2022

China’s “no new coal overseas” policy has already had a significant impact on the coal power pipeline in the rest of the world.

Indonesia’s Bayan Resources takes legal action against revocation of coal permits

29 April 2022

Indonesian private coal company Bayan Resources has challenged the government’s decision to revoke its mining permits in the island of Borneo.

Coal expansion slows slightly in 2021, but far more is needed to meet net-zero targets.

28 April 2022

Total global coal power capacity under development declined by 13% in 2021 to 457 GW, a record low, with the number of countries building coal plants falling from 41 in 2020 to 34 in 2021.

Sun King raises $260mn in funding round for solar home systems in Africa and Asia

28 April 2022

Solar home system supplier Sun King has raised $260mn in series D funding to deliver off-grid energy technologies to more people across Africa and Asia.

US probe into SE Asian solar panel imports could hold back US solar boom

27 April 2022

The US investigation into whether Southeast Asian solar panel manufacturers are circumventing tariffs could reduce domestic US solar installations by 46% in 2022 and 2023, threatening both jobs and the competitiveness of the US solar industry.

Asia’s corporate giants failing on emissions

22 April 2022

Asia’s corporate giants are failing to set emissions reductions targets, running the risk of missing their own climate commitments and putting net zero by 2050 in danger.

Ørsted delivers first power from Greater Changhua 1 & 2a in Taiwan

22 April 2022

Ørsted has delivered its first electricity from the Greater Changhua 1 & 2a Offshore Wind Farm in Taiwan.

AsiaElec: LG Energy Solution to lead $9bn investment in Indonesian EV battery production

21 April 2022

South Korea’s LG Energy Solution is to lead a consortium investing $9bn in the electric vehicle battery supply chain in Indonesia in a bid to secure stable supplies of locally mined nickel and to manage the production process more efficiently.

LG Energy Solution to lead $9bn investment in Indonesian EV battery production

20 April 2022

South Korea’s LG Energy Solution is to lead a consortium investing $9bn in the electric vehicle battery supply chain in Indonesia in a bid to secure stable supplies of locally mined nickel and to manage the production process more efficiently.

GLNG:Japanese government to support investment in new LNG import sources

20 April 2022

Japan aims to increase its LNG important capacity and investment by Japanese companies in upstream production projects worldwide.

TotalEnergies, ENEOS seal 2-GW solar deal

15 April 2022

France’s TotalEnergies and Japanese refiner ENEOS are to develop 2 GW of decentralised solar capacity over five years at and commercial and industrial (C&I) sites across Asia.

War in Ukraine raises importance of renewables in biggest energy shock since 1973

13 April 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed energy security up to the top of the agenda, raising the importance of energy efficiency and faster renewable growth.

Green investment surges 50% since October

13 April 2022

Current post-COVID spending commitments on renewable energy by governments will keep the world on course for net zero by 2050, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.

Global green growth reaches 9.1% in 2021

13 April 2022

Renewables now accounts for 38% of total power consumption and was the first choice for 81% of new capacity additions in 2021, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) said in a recent statistical report.

Japan, South Korea and Vietnam face risky exposure to LNG markets

13 April 2022

Building a new generation of LNG import terminals and gas-fired generating stations would leave Japan, South Korea and Vietnam exposed to highly volatile gas prices and put up to $70bn of investment in danger. Renewables are a safer bet.

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