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04 07 2020 | 10:18

Southeast Asian nations face a simple choice – lock in costly coal or invest in renewables.

Market design failures and poorly conceived incentives burden consumers with high power prices and unstable supply. Southeast Asia is young. Its median age is under 30, and its demand for energy has…

17 06 2020 | 07:33

As solar energy rises in the Middle East, will the sun set on the oil & gas sector?

As a plentiful source of energy, the sun’s rays have the potential to energize our daily lives with less damage to our planet than fossil fuels. Discovered by French scientist Edmond Becquerel in…

31 05 2020 | 07:11

Climate Crisis Brings India's Worst Locust Invasion in Decades.

India is facing its worst desert locust invasion in nearly 30 years, and the climate crisis is partly to blame.

28 05 2020 | 09:00

Many will starve': locusts devour crops and livelihoods in Pakistan.

Farmers faced with worst plague in recent history say they have been left to fend for themselves. Mir Gul Muhammad, a farmer in Balochistan province, was blunt. “The worst that we have ever seen,…

29 04 2020 | 06:44

How Asian Grassroots Activists Are Tackling The War On Plastic Waste.

Faced with a lack of regulation and unenthusiastic governments, ingenious activists across Asia are finding localised and creative ways to fight against plastic waste, and winning. 

25 04 2020 | 12:35

Insect numbers down 25% since 1990, global study finds.

Scientists say insects are vital and the losses worrying, with accelerating declines in Europe called ‘shocking’. The biggest assessment of global insect abundances to date shows a worrying drop of…

13 04 2020 | 08:15

IRENA sees solar growth in Asia and renewables trends continuing.

As had been the case in 2018, Asia reaped the lion’s share of IRENA’s solar addition figures for 2019. The global body believes 60% of solar installs worldwide was commissioned in the continent,…

13 04 2020 | 08:00

Southeast Asia’s renewable energy transition likely to take hit from COVID-19: Experts.

BANGKOK: Regional aspirations for a swift transition from fossil fuel to renewable energy are likely to be dashed by the economic and market crises triggered by the global COVID-19 outbreak, experts…

04 04 2020 | 13:07

Orsted reaffirms offshore wind investment plans for Taiwan, Japan.

The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms is weighing nearly $13 billion worth of projects in Taiwan, saying that so far the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t shifted its optimism about the…

29 03 2020 | 14:36

Gulf Power Developers Take An Early Lead In Uzbekistan’s Renewable Energy Drive.

Gulf energy companies are leading the way in one of the world’s newest markets for renewable energy, with Saudi and UAE firms picking up the first contracts to develop solar power projects in…

20 03 2020 | 07:05

Green Climate Fund approves US$30.2 million towards climate-resilient development in Viet Nam.

Green Climate Fund approves US$30.2 million towards climate-resilient development in Viet Nam UNDP-supported project to increase water security and enhance livelihoods for half a million smallholder…

12 03 2020 | 07:22

How climate change affects women more—and why they need to be listened to.

Women are on the front line of climate change around the world, but they’re still hugely underrepresented when it comes to making decisions. Vogue looks at why addressing gender inequality is…

05 03 2020 | 07:04

Fear? Cost? Fame? What’s turning on Asian businesses to renewable energy?

Businesses hardly ever adopt renewable energy for altruistic reasons, but does that matter? In this interview with Eco-Business, Lionel Steinitz, CEO of LYS Energy, talks about why firms go green,…

19 02 2020 | 12:25

Agenda Posted for Renewable Energy Markets Asia : 28 April 2020

Agenda Posted for Renewable Energy Markets™ Asia 28 April 2020 | Sofitel Singapore City Centre  

17 02 2020 | 14:41

Solar PV World Expo PV Guangzhou 16-18 August 2020

Date: August 16-18, 20

12 02 2020 | 06:40

Indonesia to issue feed-in tariffs to boost renewable energy sector.

The feed-in tariffs will be divided into two stages. The first will offer renewable power plant developers a fixed electricity price for 12 years.

06 02 2020 | 08:30

Leveraging microgrid advances to extend rural electrification in Southeast Asia: 22-23 April 2020

Southeast Asian countries will invest $9.8 billion in smart grid infrastructure between 2018 and 2027.*  By 2027, the largest markets will be Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines…

31 01 2020 | 15:17

Global Offshore Wind Energy Summit - Taiwan 2020 I Registrations now open! (21-23 April 2020)

After the success of last year's event, Global Offshore Wind Summit - Taiwan is back again this 21 - 23 April in Taipei, Taiwan! In 2019, the event attracted more than 500 attendees and featured45 …