[The EB Podcast] In the fourth episode of the series Tomorrow’s cities: Engineering the energy transition, we explore the potential for low-carbon cooling as Southeast Asia gets richer and hotter.
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According to new analysis from the Clean Energy Innovation Fund specialist cleantech investors are expressing strong confidence in Australia’s innovative clean energy sector, with 82 per cent expecting to increase invest...
Marking a “monumental” shift that energy market analysts say is “the start of the end for thermal coal” major Japanese investors, including those most indebted to coal, are seeking to back large-scale renewable energy pr...
What’s needed for renewables to take off is leadership, vision and a commitment to a better society from the Asean political class, writes Assaad Razzouk.
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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to part-fund a US$53.2 million undertaking to power Tonga with renewable energy, including the installation of 22.2MWh of energy storage.
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As China the world’s second-largest economy stepped up its fight against smog, its environment minister, Li Ganjie, said China expanded its coal-to-gas and coal-to-electricity projects to 35 cities in 2018 from 12 cities...
Cooling and heating are—for those lucky enough to have them—a lifesaver, keeping children healthy, vaccines stable, food fresh, energy supplies stable, economies productive and environments clean.
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Thailand plans to build the world’s largest floating solar farms to power Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy and to boost the country’s share of clean energy.
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Use of coal increased again in 2018, raising questions about the green energy transition, reports Feng Hao and Tom Baxter
Read more: https://www.chinadialogue.net/article/show/single/en/11107-China-s-coal-consumption-on...
Although offset by lower emissions from electricity, increases in greenhouse gas emissions from growing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports have pushed Australia’s overall carbon pollution up by nearly one per cent in t...
Gas-rich Qatar emits more carbon dioxide per person than any country in the world - but a new urban district is experimenting with lower-emission living.
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Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) has issued a tender for 900MWac of solar located within the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.
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In the fourth issue of the APUEA Magazine, we introduce a guest column, interview ABB´s Martin B. Petersen, and present a recently conducted energy efficiency survey for Asia. The Magazine also includes insights in how digital tools can help in the ongoing digital transformation of the energy sector and updates on recent APUEA activities. We also explore why district energy is a fast track to sustainable energy and present case studies of two modern district energy systems in China and Sweden.
APUEA is a supporting partner to the expos in Kuala Lumpur, APUEA can offer its members a 10 % discount on a 9 m2 exhibition stand at a dedicated space at the Energy Efficiency Pavilion. The exhibition space is dedicated to APUEA members and offers great opportunities to showcase products and interact with expo visitors. The offer also includes a 20 % discount on the Full Conference Delegate package for the 2019 event for exhibitors at the Energy Pavilion.
APUEA is a supporting partner to The Future Energy & Tech Investment Forum that will take place on the 27th 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-27-in-shanghai
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