India plans to tender 30GW of solar in each of the next two years to give developers time to complete projects ahead of the flagship 2022 targets.
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According to the Clean Energy Council (CEC), Australia’s renewable energy sector has doubled its output over the past 12 months, with more than $20 billion of projects now under construction, but the current boom will no...
Carbon-emitting fossil fuels can be used as a weapon, hijacked by militants or sold on the black market, creating costs that humanitarian groups can ill afford.
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Developing countries such as Vietnam can’t be expected to stop using coal right away, despite the urgent warnings to decarbonise in the recent IPCC report, its co-chair has said in an interview with Eco-Business at COP24...
A landmark study has shown that gas prices not renewable energy, pushes up the price of electricity and renewable energy has reduced electricity prices by far more than the subsidies paid for it.
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After a brief slowdown, carbon emissions grew last year, and are set to grow again almost twice as much, driven by coal based power in India and China, as well as global transport emissions.
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Implementing green strategies like bike lanes and better building codes could bring world cities more than $580 billion in benefits, researchers say
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Around half a million residential PV system owners signed up to Japan’s feed-in tariff policy for 10-year contracts, that will soon expire, may be able to find new ways to benefit from their solar using battery storage.
Much of the growth in Asian green bond issuance is in China, with Southeast Asian countries gaining momentum. What can the finance industry do to boost green investments in developing nations in Southeast Asia?
Australia is on track to reach 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030, an energy consultancy report reveals, even if new installations of wind and solar energy drop to just a third of the present rate.
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Not enough governments are on track to cut carbon emissions, but private sector could be the saviour if coal, oil and gas subsidies are removed, UN Environment suggests
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A local start-up is on the way to bringing peer-to-peer energy trading to Singapore, which its founder says will grow the renewable energy market in the sun-drenched island nation.
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In the third issue of the APUEA Magazine, we look into smart green buildings, provide an introduction to the green development of a new city and learn how smarter cities is a part of the future. We also present a digital roadmap for district energy and look into how sustainable urban growth can be achieved. The Magazine further includes an energy outlook of Bangkok and updates on recent APUEA activities.
To read the full magazine, please visit http://apuea.org/index.php/magazine/867-apuea-magazine-issue-3-2018
APUEA is co-hosting the “Qingdao Low-carbon District Energy Workshop,” in Qingdao on 12 December 2018. The theme of the workshop is “Multi Energy Systems and Energy Efficient Gas solutions”. The workshop will feature leading international and national experts from the industry, sharing experiences from real-world cases, enabling an excellent opportunity to share ideas, get intelligence and discuss relevant topics and business opportunities. For more information please visit http://apuea.org/index.php/component/jdownloads/send/6-magazine/18-qingdao-low-carbon-district-energy-workshop
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