April 25 (Renewables Now) – Norwegian renewables developer Scatec ASA (OSL:SCATC) has refinanced USD-37-million (EUR 34.4m) of non-recourse project debt for its Dam Nai wind farm in Vietnam, the company said on Monday.
Philippines unveils offshore wind power roadmap; aims for 3 per cent of country’s electricity supply by 2040
MANILA, April 20 (Xinhua): The Philippines, a country with a vast coastline and a rapidly growing demand for power, is taking its first step toward building an offshore wind industry and contributing to national energy security and global efforts to mitigate climate change.
MANILA, April 23 (Reuters): The Philippines has the potential to install 21 gigawatt of offshore wind power by 2040, equivalent to about a fifth of its electricity supply by then, according to a study released by the Department of Energy and the World Bank has reported. The installation of more wind power will help cut […]
April 22 (Renewables Now) – Japanese renewables developer Shizen Energy Inc and the Nusa Baiduri Consortium will sign on April 25 a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to conduct a feasibility study for a 150-MW floating solar project in Malaysia.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) of Singapore has issued a request for information (RFI) to facilitate an assessment of the geothermal energy potential of the country. The RFI is for possible approaches, methodologies, and execution details for carrying out a geophysical investigation to ascertain Singapore’s geothermal potential and identify suitable deployment locations.
The Philippines has the potential to install 21GW of offshore wind power with the right long-term vision, infrastructure development, investment, and policies, according to a new roadmap.
German renewables company Baywa r.e. AG announced today that it has installed its first floating solar farm in Thailand to deliver 2.83 MW for a domestic corporate customer.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is encouraging the establishment of solar power plants (PLTS) to accelerate the achievement of the domestic New Renewable Energy (EBT) mix target of 23 percent by 2025.
Singapore’s Sunseap Group will develop large-scale solar energy and storage plants on Indonesia’s Riau Islands under a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed with the provincial government on Tuesday (Apr 19).
Renewable energy developer Quantum Power Asia agreed to advance a potential $5 billion plan to export electricity generated from solar in Indonesia to Singapore as the city-state attempts to accelerate its use of renewables and cut its reliance on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG).