The Bus Stop delivers energy-efficient, sustainable cooling with no waste heat generation. Air purification technology removes harmful airborne particles. In addition, the bus stop harnesses digitalisation and data analy...
The New Clark City promises an opportunity for people to live and work in a city that is safe, prosperous and sustainable while caring for the environment. But are Filipinos ready to do their part to make this happen?
The equivalent output of a medium-sized coal-fired power station, the future of Australia’s solar industry is looking bright after a record 3.5 million panels were installed on rooftops last year.
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Microsoft has made its first solar energy deal in India, by agreeing to purchase power generated from 3MW of solar capacity operated by Atria Power for the US tech giant’s new office building in Bangalore, Karnataka, Ind...
Almost two-thirds of consumption-based emissions from global cities are imported from other regions.
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India is in the midst of a frantic large-scale solar tender bonanza that seeks to emulate China’s colossal PV deployment. Doubters say the plans are ill-timed given the Indian sector’s stuttering at the hands of various ...
China eliminated or suspended 65 gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power capacity in 2017, exceeding the national target of 50GW, the state-owned Xinhua news agency has reported, citing the State Council.
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The first 600MW phase of the world’s largest solar park, standing at 2GW (AC) capacity at the Pavagada Solar Park in the Indian state of Karnataka, will be inaugurated today.
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Microsoft has made its first clean energy deal in Asia by contracting Singapore-based clean energy firm Sunseap to set up the largest rooftop solar portfolio in Singapore to power the technology firm’s data centres.
China’s coal consumption rose 0.4% year-on-year in 2017, ending a three-year period of decline but the uptick was still well below the 2013 peak in coal consumption, according to an annual report released today by the co...
A report to the Labor government in the state of Victoria says a waste to energy plant in the west of the capital, Melbourne, would produce enough electricity to power tens of thousands of homes.
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People around the world have been glued to their television sets for more than two weeks to experience the excitement and triumphs of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. What if we all found energy management as captivating a...
Don't miss the district energy event of the year! This year's conference features: in depth workshops on District Cooling and Developing Sustainable Thermal Grids, more than 65 presentations from global industry experts and practitioners, over 120 exhibitors bringing the latest technologies and best-practices in the industry, and much more!
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This presentation was published in December 2017 by APUEA. Source and inspiration are from Dr. Valdas Lukosevicius, Associate Professor, Kaunas University of Technology. The regulatory schemes in District Energy (DE) sectors worldwide can be classified into the following categories: 1) Market driven regulation; 2) Social regulation; and 3) Economic regulation.
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