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Power Ledger partners with US registry M-RETS for REC blockchain trading

Today, blockchain firm Power Ledger announced a partnership with the U.S.-based Midwest Renewable Energy Tracking System (M-RETS) to launch a Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) marketplace in the country. M-RETS is a web-based REC registry used by power generators, utilities, marketers, and qualified reporting entities. The centralized solution tracks RECs and facilitates transactions by issuing a […]

Shell pilots virtual-plant technology at Singapore refinery

ROYAL Dutch Shell has selected its Pulau Bukom site in Singapore as the first site globally to pilot its virtual-manufacturing technology. Named Digital Twin, the new technology is set to be completed in 2024 and will be a “complete virtual representation” of the physical elements on site, the oil major said in a press statement on […]

Singapore government invests $8.9m to support blockchain research

Enterprise Singapore, the Infocomm Media Development Authority, and the National Research Foundation Singapore, has launched a S$12 million (US$8.9 million) program to further strengthen the city-state’s blockchain ecosystem.

Solarvest, Envision Digital inks partnership to market advanced analytics applications

KUALA LUMPUR: Solarvest Holdings Bhd (SHB) and Envision Digital International Pte Ltd (EDI) inked a partnership to enhance the area of renewable energy production. Under the collaboration, SHB will be the exclusive distributor and delivery partner of EDI’s cloud-based advanced analytics applications for Malaysia’s solar industry, with the first step of deploying its advanced analytics and […]

Using technology to overcome obstacles

Despite a string of challenges from the pandemic with more reliance on remote work and careful investment by customers, Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation, is looking into digital power as a tool to unlock obstacles and believes it can be digital partner for Thailand.

Why energy systems in Southeast Asia need to go digital

Traditionally, the development of electricity systems has been built upon two assumptions: demand is not to be controlled; supply, then, must meet demand.