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Recorded webinar series ” COVID-19: Utility Crisis Management

Access this live virtual series where we bring you the best insights from key utilities around the world who have dealt with or are dealing with the challenge of keeping services operational in an age of social distancing and isolation.

How and why to do a coal-to-biomass conversion

Jack Beks of RWE Technology International explains the dos and don'ts of converting a coal-fired plant to run on biomass.

Yoma Micro Power talks microgrid financing

Alakesh Chetia, CEO of Yoma Micro Power talks to Power Engineering International at Asian Utility Week and POWERGEN Asia 2019 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Fenaka talks electrification of Island nations

MD of Fenaka Corporation, the power utility for the Maldives, speaks about the challenges of island electrification

What are the opportunities in the Indian market?

Constantin Klokkaris, Chairman at Aero Solutions sat down with Power Engineering International at POWERGEN Asia, to discuss the opportunities in India.

POWERGEN Asia and Asian Utility Week unite under global Enlit brand

Clarion Energy (part of Clarion Events) has unveiled Enlit " the new name for POWERGEN Asia and Asian Utility Week " at a launch event hosted in Singapore's CBD attended by over 100...

Calling all energy start-ups: Initiate goes global

The Initiate! programme, where many start-ups and innovators in the energy and power sectors got their flying start, is going global! Since its launch in 2014, as part of energy event European Utility Week...

POWERGEN Asia: TNB boss pledges Malaysia electrification drive

The chief strategy officer of Malaysia's largest utility yesterday vowed to reinvent the company to deliver clean energy across the country.

Wartsila launches latest engine at POWERGEN Asia

Finnish energy technology group Wärtsilä has today unveiled its latest engine and power plant solution to the power generation markets.  

POWERGEN Asia: BNEF India chief warns utilities of power volatility

Shantanu Jaiswal, head of India Research at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, said today that "renewables have become the most competitive source of electricity – the whole landscape has flipped over in the last five years and we are seeing this transition happening in most of the countries that we are looking at".