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Wells Fargo expands renewable energy purchases in Philippine

WELLS Fargo International Solutions LLC – Philippines (Wells Fargo Philippines) recently announced it has entered into a retail electricity purchase agreement with Aboitiz Power Corporation through its subsidiary, AP Renewables, Incorporated (APRI), for the fulfillment of its renewable energy needs.

Wells Fargo to buy geothermal power from Aboitiz Power in the Philippines

Wells Fargo International Solutions, support unit for the global operations of U.S. financial institution Wells Fargo, has signed a power purchase agreement for the supply of electricity from the Tiwi-Makban geothermal power plant by Aboitiz Power.

WEnergy team to invest USD 18m in solar microgrids in Philippines

A consortium led by Singaporean renewables infrastructure developer WEnergy Global Pte Ltd (WEG) has won a contract in a tender to build 16 microgrids with solar power components in the Philippine province of Palawan.

West Java represents 61% of Indonesia’s geothermal power generation capacity

With an installed geothermal power generation capacity of 1,194 MW, the Province of West Java represents around 61% of the total installed geothermal capacity of Indonesia. The Jakarta Post reports this morning that the Province of West Java in Indonesia reached a $73 million non-tax revenue from the geothermal energy sector, according to the Energy […]

West Sumatra’s first geothermal plant kicks off at 85 MW

Jakarta-based renewables company Supreme Energy has commenced operation of its 85-megawatt (MW) Muara Laboh geothermal power plant in South Solok regency, West Sumatra, the first electricity generator of its kind in the province, according to official data.

Western Australia OKs renewable power export project

The project, in the Pilbara region of the state, is the first stage of the proposed Asian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH), which is targeted to expand to 26,000MW, WA minister for state development Alannah MacTiernan said.

WETA goes to bat for Energy for All

The Waste to Energy Trade Association (WETA) is urging continuation of Energy for All despite growing calls for the government to halt the renewable power scheme because of the country’s high reserve of generation capacity. The group cited its latest finding that many communities have already prepared property for the venture and are pinning hopes on […]

What is the future of solar energy developments in the Philippines?

Solar power is a versatile source of energy: it can be constructed as a distributed generation or as a central-station like conventional power plants. Countries such as Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, the United States, and Czech Republic have shifted to solar power to contribute to their country’s energy capacity. In the 2019 Global Status Report, China, the […]

What’s Driving Vietnam’s Renewable Energy Boom?

In 2014, the installed capacity of non-hydroelectric renewable energy in Vietnam (such as solar, wind and biomass gasification) stood at 109 megawatts (MW), about one third of one percent of the country’s total installed capacity of 34,079 MW. At the time, Vietnam’s electricity mix was dominated by hydropower (46 percent), coal (29 percent) and natural gas (22 […]

Where next for renewable energy?

According to experts, national energy transition process requires comprehensive and synchronised policies. Đỗ Đức Quân, Vice Director General of the Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, speaks to Việt Nam News reporter Nguyễn Linh Anh about how to promote efficient and sustainable energy transition in Việt Nam. To encourage the use of renewable […]