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WWF casts light on ASEAN banks’ sustainability record


A WWF report has found ASEAN banks lack urgency to respond to climate change and environmental degradation.

Hiroshima waste-to-energy plant to get four-year upgrade


The Hiroshima city government in Japan has announced plans to refurbish the combustion facilities at a waste to energy plant for municipal solid waste.

Pakistan celebrates launch of new $2bn coal plant


The government of Islamabad has announced that its $2bn, 1320 MW coal-fired power plant has successfully commenced commercial operations.

Virtual power plant market to be worth $4.5bn by 2024 says report


The global market for virtual power plants is expected to be worth $4.5bn by 2024 according to new research.

Milestone for major UK coal to biomass conversion


Emissions reduction specialist RJM International has completed the first phase of Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) tests and studies for a fuel conversion project at Uskmouth coal-fired power plant in Wales.

ABB and Hitachi respond to Japan’s digitization needs


ABB and Hitachi have announced a collaboration to advance Japan’s electricity balancing market system, allowing for market transactions in an increasingly digital environment.

Siemens Gamesa taps 453 MW windpower in India


Saudi Arabian renewables developer and independent power producer Alfanar has awarded the contract for two wind farms in India with a total of 453 MW to Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy.

ABB names Sandvik boss Rosengren as incoming CEO


The myriad of changes surrounding Swiss technology and energy giant ABB once again includes a shift at the top of the company ladder.

Sulzer presents cutting-edge technology at POWERGEN Asia


Leading provider of turnkey repair solutions and pumping equipment to the power generation sector, Sulzer, will be exhibiting and making a technical presentation at POWERGEN Asia next month.

Delivering a new energy strategy for Asia: Interview with Narsingh Chaudhary of Black & Veatch


Narsingh Chaudhary is the new Executive Vice-President of the Asia Power business of Black & Veatch – and he couldn’t have chosen a more exciting and critical time to join the global engineering and construction company.

India’s coal capacity-needs threatens climate change goals


India expects that its coal energy generation will grow by 22% by the end of 2022, putting climate change goals – just recently reported as being on-track – in severe jeopardy.

Energy storage plant set for southeast Asia


Finnish energy technology group Wärtsilä has signed an EPC contract for a 100 MW/100 MWh total capacity energy storage project in southeast Asia.

How Uniper Technologies is ready for the digital ‘tipping point’


In a digital energy space that is getting more crowded by the week, Uniper Technologies likes to think that it has big advantage: as an owner and operator of conventional power plants, the company has been doing ‘digitalisation’ long before it became a buzzword.

International nuclear watchdog Amano dies


Yukiya Amano, who has headed up the International Atomic Energy Agency for the past 10 years, passed away last week, the IAEA announced Monday.

At the sharp end of Asia’s energy transition - POWERGEN Asia interview


Having spent more than 20 years working in the energy sector in Asia, James Harris has seen many changes in the region.

Asia Pacific to continue to lead $36bn steam turbine market


The global steam turbine market registered a market value of $9.25bn in 2018, primarily driven by growth in China.

DNV GL opens first LiDAR test site in Asia


Global certification group DNV GL has launched its first LiDAR verification site in Asia to cater for the growing windpower market.

Which G20 leader has the biggest carbon footprint?


Are world leaders who demand climate action being conscientious about their own travel?

MAN Energy engines to power 200 MW Cambodia plant


MAN Energy Solutions and China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) have jointly won the contract to build a 200 MW power station in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.

Researchers develop model to map global power plant emissions


Researchers have developed a global computer model that simulates the hourly energy and emissions output of the world's power plants.

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