Australia's National Energy Guarantee (NEG), which has been waived through for a final decision in August, would significantly harm the country's large-scale renewables pipeline, with just 1.5GW expected to be completed ...
The cost of renewable energy is falling. But, as is the case in Australia, the cost of batteries needs to fall too for renewables to really take off.
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The Lion City roars ahead with innovative energy systems, food waste initiatives and more in response to demand for genuine sustainable travel options
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To attain the internationally-agreed global warming limit, a clean energy spurt delivering six times more renewables than today is essential, analysts say.
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Nearly eight years after we first covered news about India taking initial steps to set up offshore wind energy projects, the first government document seen as a precursor to a final auction has been released.
Moving to a future powered mainly by renewable energy will be crucial if we are to stay within the global warming limits set out by the Paris Agreement. But building all of this new renewable energy will initially requir...
Imagine you're a local sustainability officer developing an initiative to reduce emissions. But you don't know how many emissions the city produces, or where they're coming from.
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Clean energy investment for the first quarter of 2018 was down 10% on the same period a year ago to $61.1 billion, according to new figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, but there were small highlights thanks primar...
Companies in the global market for energy efficient lighting technology are leveraging multi-pronged strategies to stay ahead of the curve. Product development is one of them.
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Countries in the Asia Pacific region excluding Japan will increase investments in smart cities technologies from $28.3 billion in 2018 to $45.3 billion in 2021.
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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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In the APUEA Magazine, we provide insights into the important role of local governments in urban energy innovation, overviews of district energy solutions, discussions of the challenges of promoting district cooling, and introductions to successful district cooling projects in the region.
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The Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) acts as an information hub to support city policymakers, program managers, and other stakeholders in the design, development, and support of sustainable urban energy systems. Furthermore, APUEA aims to promote the development of sustainable urban energy projects, customized for the different countries in the Asia Pacific region, by actively supporting project consortiums with project development and implementation. The APUEA's database is designed to provide up-to-date information, accessible from an online portal which is administrated by a dedicated secretariat. The information will include market, technical, financial and institutional data related to urban energy, with a focus on the Asia Pacific region.