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Mega Project: Solar Power Plant to Connect Australia and Singapore

Australia and Singapore are working on one of the largest and most ambitious photovoltaic projects. An outstanding solar park is being built in the northern region of Australia, 800 kilometers south of Darwin, where the Earth is flat and the Sun’s rays are higher than in some other regions of the world.

Myanmar Junta Cancels Chinese-Backed Solar Power Projects

Myanmar’s military regime has cancelled tenders invited under the now-ousted National League for Democracy (NLD) government for 26 solar power projects, and blacklisted the companies for breaching tender regulations. In May 2020, the NLD government invited bids for the construction of 29 ground-mounted solar projects capable of generating a total of 1 gigawatt of power […]

New floating solar panel system among 3 clean energy projects to be tested at Jurong Island

SINGAPORE: A new type of floating solar panel system that is said to be the first of its kind in Singapore will be piloted on Jurong Island. Compared to conventional solar panel systems used in calmer water bodies such as reservoirs, the new system is designed to withstand stronger waves and rough sea conditions so […]

New solar farm to take Malaysia closer to renewables target

A new solar farm began operations early this month, taking Malaysia another step forward in the quest to reach the target of generating at least 20% of its energy through the use of renewables by 2025.

Opportunity for Singapore to accelerate the energy transition as the flywheel of change and innovation

Singapore will be an important “flywheel of change and innovation” to accelerate the energy transition, moving faster than others to reach net zero far ahead of 2050 by maturing key technologies and fuels to spur decarbonization.

P2-B solar project in Naga approved

THE Board of Investments (BoI) has approved the application for registration of PAVI Green Renewable Energy Inc. for its P2-billion Naga Solar Power Plant Project in Naga City.

Power trip for solar players

The idea for Large Scale Solar (LSS) power plants is a way for Malaysia, blessed with sufficient sunlight, to quickly reach its renewable energy (RE) targets.

Pulau Ubin’s main village may have up to 90% of electricity from solar energy by 2023

By 2023, Pulau Ubin’s main village could have up to 90 per cent of its energy needs powered by the sun, thanks to an upgraded power grid.

Reservoir Link secures two solar rooftop projects

Reservoir Link Energy Bhd has secured letters of award (LoAs) to develop two solar rooftops. In a bourse filing on Tuesday (June 7), the company said it had received an LoA from Osram Opto Semiconductors (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd to develop solar rooftops in Kulim.

Reservoir Link, EDPR Sunseap to develop solar projects with PPAs in Malaysia

July 25 (Renewables Now) – A unit of energy-related services provider Reservoir Link Energy Bhd (KLSE:RL) has agreed to collaborate with Sunseap Energy (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, also known as EDPR Sunseap, on the development of PPA-backed solar projects in Malaysia.