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Australia explores potential for hydrogen export to Japan

Stanwell Corporation partnered with Iwatani Corporation on a study assessing the ability of Australia to export hydrogen to Japan

JERA plans hydrogen demo project at Japanese LNG plant

JERA has gained the funding to start a hydrogen demonstration project at a LNG thermal power plant beginning this year.

Japan demonstrates blockchain system for solar panel recycling

In a programme supported by Japan’s Ministry of the Environment, Next Energy and Marubeni are to collaborate on used solar panel recycling.

PEI Connect: Clean energy goes big in Japan

Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has raised the country's non-fossil fuel energy target, including renewable and nuclear energy, to 60% of total production by 2030.

Tokyo powers up for the Olympics

The Japan 2020 Olympic Games kicked off this week and although the occasion is a joyous one, it's marked by seasonally hotter temperatures coupled with an increase in power demand.
offshore wind energy

Ramboll boosts Asian offshore wind portfolio with five new contracts

Ramboll is gaining momentum in the Asian offshore wind market by securing five new contracts and opening a new office in Tokyo.

PEI Connect: Japan extends life of ageing nuclear plant

The reactor is the oldest to be restarted since Fukushima and needed special approval to have its lifetime extended beyond the standard 40-year limit

Japan pledges $10bn to drive ASEAN energy transition

Japan has pledged $10 billion in financial aid to ASEAN states in order to help their progress with energy transition.
Iberdrola signing a MoU to broaden their reach in APAC

Iberdrola and GS Energy partner on APAC renewables drive

Iberdrola and GS Energy will cooperate on projects in South Korea and other Asian regions, thereby becoming more involved in APAC's renewable energy future.
green hydrogen

Australia could trade $90bn of low-carbon hydrogen energy by 2050

Australia has the potential to export up to $90 billion worth of low-carbon hydrogen by 2050 from just $50 billion in 2020 - Wood Mackenzie.