Asian Power

Danish energy company Ørsted launches expansion in Vietnam

This comes on the back of Vietnam increasing renewable energy to 30% by 2030

South Korea launches its largest 2 GW solar capacity tender

The country is expected to allocate 4 GW of solar capacity in 2021 across two tenders.

ACWA to build largest wind power plant in Central Asia

The company will construct the 1500 MW wind power project in Uzbekistan.

India’s Tata Power contemplating $473m IPO for renewable energy business

It initially planned to seek a partner to invest in its green assets.

China’s solar capacity installation crashes by 82% QoQ in Q1 2021

But increased by 35% YoY compared to Q1 2020.

India’s JSPL sells coal-fired power business for $400m to Worldone

This move aims to reduce the company’s debt and carbon footprint by almost half.

Japan authorizes operations of three ageing nuclear reactors

This is the first time reactors older than 40 years are approved to restart.

India’s NTPC launches tender for 600MW of wind and solar projects

Developers can compete for at least 50 MW to 600 MW in 10 MW multiples.

Here’s why the last dirty fuel project in Japan was scrapped 

The country recently pledged to cut down greenhouse gas emissions by 46% before 2030.

Singapore's Sunseap eyes expansion in Japan after latest Series E funding

The company earned an undisclosed amount from several new Japanese investors.

Exclusives

Taiwan's offshore wind sector stays afloat amidst tariff cuts

Investors with neither experience nor capacity in the sector seek chances to buy into an existing project.

Investment opportunities, government support drive Asia Pacific's geothermal growth

Indonesia is expected to overtake the US in leading the global geothermal power sector.

Why APAC is tipped to lead renewable investments by 2030

Wind and solar in Taiwan, South Korea and Japan enjoy feed-in-tariffs with reliable counterparties.

Behind Avaada Energy's rapid expansion across India

The company has clinched repeat investments from institutions such as ADB, DEG, FMO and Proparco.

Singapore's 5G and government support boost renewable use for data centres

Data centre firms have tempered expectations for green energy sources, but opportunities still await.

Droughts and regulatory mayhem taint hydropower development on Mekong waters

Projects still get greenlighted as Mekong River nations struggle to meet climbing power demand, but concerns on their environmental, social, and economic effects are also mounting.

Tech deployment delays put heat on Asia's nuclear momentum

China seeks to raise total nuclear capacity to 58GW by 2020, but whether this target will be hit or not relies on the pace of equipment upgrades and capacity oversupply.

Danish energy company Ørsted launches expansion in Vietnam

This comes on the back of Vietnam increasing renewable energy to 30% by 2030

South Korea launches its largest 2 GW solar capacity tender

The country is expected to allocate 4 GW of solar capacity in 2021 across two tenders.

ACWA to build largest wind power plant in Central Asia

The company will construct the 1500 MW wind power project in Uzbekistan.

India’s Tata Power contemplating $473m IPO for renewable energy business

It initially planned to seek a partner to invest in its green assets.

China’s solar capacity installation crashes by 82% QoQ in Q1 2021

But increased by 35% YoY compared to Q1 2020.

India’s JSPL sells coal-fired power business for $400m to Worldone

This move aims to reduce the company’s debt and carbon footprint by almost half.

Japan authorizes operations of three ageing nuclear reactors

This is the first time reactors older than 40 years are approved to restart.

India’s NTPC launches tender for 600MW of wind and solar projects

Developers can compete for at least 50 MW to 600 MW in 10 MW multiples.

Here’s why the last dirty fuel project in Japan was scrapped 

The country recently pledged to cut down greenhouse gas emissions by 46% before 2030.

Singapore's Sunseap eyes expansion in Japan after latest Series E funding

The company earned an undisclosed amount from several new Japanese investors.

Exclusives

Taiwan's offshore wind sector stays afloat amidst tariff cuts

Investors with neither experience nor capacity in the sector seek chances to buy into an existing project.

Investment opportunities, government support drive Asia Pacific's geothermal growth

Indonesia is expected to overtake the US in leading the global geothermal power sector.

Why APAC is tipped to lead renewable investments by 2030

Wind and solar in Taiwan, South Korea and Japan enjoy feed-in-tariffs with reliable counterparties.

Behind Avaada Energy's rapid expansion across India

The company has clinched repeat investments from institutions such as ADB, DEG, FMO and Proparco.

Singapore's 5G and government support boost renewable use for data centres

Data centre firms have tempered expectations for green energy sources, but opportunities still await.

Droughts and regulatory mayhem taint hydropower development on Mekong waters

Projects still get greenlighted as Mekong River nations struggle to meet climbing power demand, but concerns on their environmental, social, and economic effects are also mounting.

Tech deployment delays put heat on Asia's nuclear momentum

China seeks to raise total nuclear capacity to 58GW by 2020, but whether this target will be hit or not relies on the pace of equipment upgrades and capacity oversupply.

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