Australiaâs most populous state, New South Wales, has outlined plans to speed development of $2.6 billion worth of transmission capacity to hook up more wind and solar power.
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State-run utility Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is planning to facilitate 1GW of hybrid floating solar-hydro projects across eight dams throughout the country.
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The governments behind the landmark Kigali Amendment on climate-busting hydro-fluorocarbon refrigerants are taking aim at energy efficiency improvements that could double the benefit of the HFC phasedown from 0.5 to 1.0Â°...
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has said electric vehicles and more efficient fuel technology will cut transportation demand for oil by 2040 more than previously expected, but the world may still face a supply crun...
The Taiwanese governmentâs decision to abandon plans for a new coal-fired power plant should have been a win for civil society. But it only underscored the need to keep fighting for a clean energy revolution, writes Gree...
In a new report, the IEA explores what these changing dynamics mean for six major oil-producing states and the consequences of a global push to meet climate change goals.
Read more:Â /www.carbonbrief.org/iea-clean...
As Japanâs heavily regulated energy markets continue a process of liberalisation and supposedly increasing consumer choices, utility TEPCO has launched a smart electricity tariff enabled by the capabilities of residentia...
Power network owner AusNet Services has joined with retailer EnergyAustralia to deliver Victoriaâs first grid-scale electricity storage project, located at a bottleneck in the transmission grid in north-west Victoria.
Australiaâ s conservative Liberal-National government is to provide half the funding for the countryâs biggest trial to produce hydrogen using solar and wind energy, which could then be used as a back-up for gas supplies...
Chinaâs environment ministry has called out officials in a north western coal producing zone for lacking the âwillâ to fight pollution, the latest region to come under scrutiny in Beijingâs war on smog.
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In the third issue of the APUEA Magazine, we look into smart green buildings, provide an introduction to the green development of a new city and learn how smarter cities is a part of the future. We also present a digital roadmap for district energy and look into how sustainable urban growth can be achieved. The Magazine further includes an energy outlook of Bangkok and updates on recent APUEA activities.
To read the full magazine, please visit /apuea.org/index.php/magazine/867-apuea-magazine-issue-3-2018
APUEA is co-hosting the âQingdao Low-carbon District Energy Workshop,â in Qingdao on 12 December 2018. The theme of the workshop is âMulti Energy Systems and Energy Efficient Gas solutionsâ. The workshop will feature leading international and national experts from the industry, sharing experiences from real-world cases, enabling an excellent opportunity to share ideas, get intelligence and discuss relevant topics and business opportunities.Â For more informationÂ please visit /apuea.org/index.php/component/jdownloads/send/6-magazine/18-qingdao-low-carbon-district-energy-workshop
The inaugural FT Climate Finance Asia Summit brings together leading Asia companies, investors and financiers to explore the developing trends and emerging opportunities in Asiaâs low-carbon transition - from the rise of sustainable investment in Asia to challenges of translating Nationally Determined Commitments (NDCs ) into projectsÂ and the growth of green bonds as an important new source of finance for companies across the region. APUEA members are entitled to a 20% off the ticket, using the discount code APUEA.Â Â For more information, please visitÂ /live.ft.com/Events/2018/FT-Climate-Finance-Asia-Summit
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