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Think of a modern farm. You might imagine neat rows of crops, shiny new tractors, perhaps mechanised irrigation systems. But you’d be only partly right. For truly modern agriculture, we need to look to the skies. Because that’s where drone
Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has secured £120 million (RM651.6 million) financing from Bayerische Landesbank (BayernLB) for its wind assets in the UK operated by its indirect, wholly owned unit Tenaga Wind Ventures UK Ltd.
Researchers from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have developed procedures and designs to obtain energy from marine currents in areas of great depths optimizing the costs.
Australia will allocate A$30 million (RM91 million) to help Asean to develop cities across South-east Asia in smart and sustainable ways for the next five years.
Following in Apple’s footsteps, Microsoft has purchased 100 percent of the renewable output from Sunseap Group’s new 60MW solar project and will use it to power datacentre operations in Singapore.
Smart cities can help to overcome the strain on urban resources brought upon by rapid urbanisation, an aging population, and a changing energy climate. This would help ASEAN meet its long-term sustainable development goals.
Lifestyle service companies could transform tomorrow’s energy markets, competing to deliver what their customers need. The popularity of solar panels, smart meters, and electric vehicles are all serving to establish energy as a ‘lifestyle’ play amongst a growing band of
Several new initiatives on solar PV in Malaysia, such as auction and net metering, has shown significant progress, and Malaysia is considering the possibility of including wind energy in its feed-in-tariff scheme. The country also issued the world’s first green
A KAIST research team developed a new hybrid energy storage device that employs aqueous electrolytes instead of flammable organic solvents, so it is both environmentally friendly and safe.
As more people start to drive electric vehicles over longer distances, the need for a large-scale charging network will become increasingly pressing.