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Nearly half the world’s electricity will come from renewable energy by 2050 as costs of wind, solar and battery storage continue to plummet. That titanic shift over the next three decades will come as electricity demand increases 62% and investors
Eleven million people around the world were employed by the renewable energy sector in 2018, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) reports from their latest analysis.
Vietnam has construed ASEAN’s largest solar farm under its DAU TIENG 1 and DAU TIENG 2 (DT1&2) project with the combined generation capacity of 677 megawatts.
America’s coal industry has already been left in the dust by natural gas. Now it’s under immense pressure from the renewable energy boom. The renewable energy sector had slightly more installed capacity than coal in April, according to a Federal Energy Regulatory
The Philippines has secured the support of Japan to invest in a power plant with up to 1,000 megawatts (MW) in capacity, Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi said. This as the Japanese government, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), expressed its
The energy sector has undergone a major transformation in recent years, thanks to the rise of renewable energy sources that are rivaling the dominance of the major players of past decades, like coal, oil, and natural gas. Over time, arbitration
A steep decline in nuclear energy capacity will threaten climate goals and power supply security unless advanced economies find a way to extend the lifespan of their reactors, the International Energy Agency said.
India has shared details of large power transmission projects dedicated for renewable energy projects in the western parts of the country. The transmission projects are part of the Green Energy Corridors program that was envisaged to support the massive renewable
Underscored by Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s (TNB) aspiration to be the Asean leader in renewables, the group is actively diversifying into energy sources that are able to meet the needs of the future in a sustainable, reliable and affordable manner.
Regulatory support for a smart grid should be the next government’s top priority for renewable energy policy, as finding funding sources for environmentally friendly projects is becoming easier in Thailand, says B.Grimm Power’s president.