2018 was another defining year for the lithium supply chain as the global population continued to make remarkable strides towards the implementation of clean energy and transportation.
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Still stuck on coal, the region is missing out on massive price cuts in renewables, writes Courtney Weatherby
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The head of Australia’s biggest wind turbine supplier has predicted he undeniable cost competitiveness of wind and solar combined with corporate appetite to purchase clean power means the renewable energy industry will “...
Air quality is a growing concern for many Asian cities as poor air quality has direct health impacts for residents. Transport contributes to this deteriorating air quality via greenhouse gas (GHG) and particulate matter ...
The Indian government has reiterated its commitment to auction large volumes of solar and wind energy capacity in order to achieve the target of 100 gigawatts (GW) solar and 60GW of wind energy capacity operational by Ma...
Researchers have developed a powder to extract carbon dioxide from power plant emissions.
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Brown coal power generation in Australia fell to its lowest level in the history of the modern power grid in the December quarter, as solar and wind generation surged.
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As the Earth warms humans will reach for the air conditioning, meaning more electricity demand and higher household bills in China’s cities.
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The Internet of Things has the potential to make Asia’s bustling cities safer, cleaner, and greener. But to build truly smart cities, more data must be freed and shared, says Michael Ding of Envision.
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Coal consumption is expanding after two years of decline, but miners should brace for another period of sluggish growth, according to the International Energy Agency. In its latest annual report, the IEA forecasts global...
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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APUEA is a supporting partner to The Future Energy & Tech Investment Forum will take place on the 28th of March in Shanghai. The one-day forum will focus on the future of energy worldwide, and the investment opportunities that are currently available on the market. APUEA Members have a 20% discount on the ticket price. For more information please visit http://apuea.org/index.php/featured-news-details/905-future-energy-tech-investment-forum-march-28-in-shanghai
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.
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