While technology has been one of the major investment thematics in the past decade, smart money is now betting climate change presents a good long-term investment opportunity as the problem is still massively underestimated despite scientific data supporting the risk
Six ASEAN countries came into focus based on their performance in the ETI: Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
THE year 2020 will see the unfolding of notable developments in the energy sector, especially in the renewable energy segment. It is crucial for the country to become less dependent on fossil fuel due to economic, security and sustainability reasons,
Nuclear power is in terminal decline worldwide and will never make a serious contribution to tackling climate change, a group of energy experts argues.
It could well be that by 2030, solar will have become the most important source of energy for electricity production in a large part of the world.
A research team from Nuremberg and Erlangen has set a new record for the power conversion efficiency of organic photovoltaic modules with an efficiency of 12.6%  over an area of 26 cm².
A team of researchers from the University of Central Florida have found a way that could make generating energy from the sun even more ubiquitous by creating a spray coating that can be used on bridges, houses, or even skyscrapers so
The revised National Automotive Policy (NAP) scheduled to be announced in early 2020 will focus on connected vehicles advanced driving capabilities and energy efficient powertrains, Malaysia Automotive, Robotic and IoT Institute (MARii) chief executive officer Datuk Madani Sahari said.
A report by the Carbon Brief website found that renewable energy – from wind, solar, hydro and biomass projects – grew by 9% last year and was the UK’s largest electricity source in March, August, September and December.
The Benban plant, one of the world’s largest solar parks now provides nearly 1.5 GW to Egypt’s national grid and has brought down the price of solar energy at a time when the government is phasing out electricity subsidies.