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Vietnam's path to net zero: optimising costs for a sustainable future

20 June 2024

A comprehensive report titled "Vietnam Energy Outlook - Road to Zero Net Emissions", outlines a strategic scenario for Vietnam to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

Indonesia continues with Kayan Cascade hydropower project despite partners leaving

20 June 2024

Kayan Cascade hydropower project in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, is making steady progress despite encountering significant obstacles, such as the recent withdrawal of key international partners PowerChina and Sumitomo

Seoul on the hunt for subsurface nuclear research facility

20 June 2024

South Korea's Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy and the Korea Radioactive Waste Agency have issued a call for proposals to identify potential sites for an underground laboratory dedicated to high-level radioactive waste disposal

Australian opposition leaders reveal nuclear plans

20 June 2024

The leaders of Australia's opposition have unveiled plans to introduce nuclear energy across the country, identifying seven locations for potential nuclear power plant sites.

Ukraine's solar energy potential requires €5bn investment by 2030

19 June 2024

Ukraine has significant potential to expand its solar energy sector, requiring nearly €5bn in investments by 2030, according to a study by Berlin Economics.

Kyrgyzstan: Environmentalists raise alarm about resumption of uranium mining

19 June 2024

For government, the possible economic rewards outweigh the risks.

Ahmetov’s DTEK Renewables International buys 126MWp PV park in Romania

19 June 2024

DTEK Renewables International, the Dutch-registered renewables division of Ukrainian energy and utility conglomerate DTEK controlled by Rinat Ahmetov, announced that it purchased a ready-to-build PV project in Romania with a 126MWp planned capacity.

Premier Energy acquires two additional PV projects in Romania

19 June 2024

Power and gas utility group Premier Energy announced in a note to investors that alongside Motor Oil Renewable Energy Single Member (MORE), has signed the acquisition of two new PV projects with a combined planned capacity of 86MWp in Romania.

Scotland misses another annual emissions target

19 June 2024

Scotland’s government has missed one more of its annual targets for curbing greenhouse gas emissions.

Indonesia and Finland forge stronger ties in trade, education, and energy

19 June 2024

Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi recently met with Finnish President Alexander Stubb and Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen in Finland to discuss five pivotal areas of collaboration: trade and investment, education, energy, smart cities

Authorities in Kyrgyzstan take two days to inform public truck carrying uranium waste fell into ravine

18 June 2024

Questions raised in parliament over claim by officials that there was no spillage.

Iran launches 13 renewable power stations amid electricity shortage

18 June 2024

Iran has boosted its green energy production by 80.5 MW per day after launching 13 small-scale renewable power plants simultaneously in eight provinces.

Iran boosts solar panel production with new 1,800-MW capacity line

18 June 2024

Iran launched a new solar panel production line with an annual capacity of 1,800 MW.

Novel Bill Gates-backed small US nuclear plant breaks ground

18 June 2024

TerraPower, financially backed by tech mogul Bill Gates, has broken ground on its novel Natrium nuclear reactor plant in Wyoming in the US. The plant is expected to come online in about 2030.

Solar panel rollout by 2030 will be less than half the potential supply, says Ember

18 June 2024

Deployment rates for solar panels across the world are lagging behind the boom in global manufacturing capacity, says the think-tank Ember Climate in a new report.

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