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Paving the way for wind power

NDO – Developing renewable energy, particularly wind power, is considered a vital solution to contribute to increasing power supply to the national grid and ensuring national power security. This is also the policy encouraged by the Party and State following the Politburo’s Resolution 55.

Sunseap signs 20-year agreements to supply energy to Vietnam’s national grid

SOLAR energy solutions provider Sunseap Group has signed 20-year power purchase agreements with state-owned utility Vietnam Electricity to supply clean energy to the country’s national grid.

NSTDA vows to ramp up innovation for progress

The National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) is aiming to roll out more innovations this year in order to help Thailand break free from the middle-income trap.

Citicore to supply energy to freeport

Citicore Power Inc. announced on Monday it will deliver clean energy to locators within the Freeport Area of Bataan in Mariveles, Bataan.

Indonesian state-revenue from geothermal operations $1.9 billion in 2020

The government of Indonesia reported in January that the non-tax state Revenue (PNBP) from the geothermal sector amounted to $1.92 billion in 2020, higher than the $1.3 billion target set by the government for the year.

Northern Territory to become home to the world’s largest solar farm

Australia is set to make history after an $8 million arrangement was reached to build the world’s largest solar farm in the Northern Territory.

Indigenous people ‘under threat’ from Asia clean energy push

BAN KHU, Thailand (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Muhammad Lamoh had no inkling that his small village of Ban Khu in southern Thailand would be key to the nation’s renewable energy goals, until local authorities called a community meeting to inform them of a plan to build a biomass plant.

Three solar farms to add 120MW in 2021

Three solar farms with a total 120MW of installed capacities are on track to be connected to the national grid by this year’s end, to help keep pace with growing demand and slash electricity prices, according to a senior official at the Ministry of Mines and Energy.

Effective approaches to build colored perovskite solar cells

Scientists in Singapore have conducted a review of all existing methods to produce colorful opaque and semitransparent perovskite solar cells for applications in BIPV and urban environments. They identified two general approaches consisting of coloring the perovskites via external or internal modifications.  

DPR Wants Renewable Energy Bill Completed in 2021

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Vice Chairman of the House of Representatives (DPR) Commission VII Eddy Soeparmo hoped new and renewable energy bill could be completed this year as targeted.