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Nepal, the Maldives, and Bhutan could lose around 2 percent G.D.P. due to climate change – A.D.B. report

Nepal, the Maldives, and Bhutan could be looking at economic losses of around 2 percent of their annual gross domestic product by 2050 due to climate change, according to Asian Development Bank report. The recently released A.D.B. report, titled “Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia,” found that Nepal, the Maldives, and Bhutan could face economic losses due to climate change if mitigation and adaptation steps are not taken...

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South Asian countries face economic losses due to climate change – A.D.B. report

Various countries in the South Asian region are looking at significant losses due to climate change, according to a new report by the Asian Development Bank. According to the report, Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia, six countries – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka – are projected to see an average economic loss of around 2 percent of their collective gross domestic product by 2050. The report...

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Plastic recycling in Korea – Improving efficiency through technology solutions

Korea uses a lot of plastic—around 5 million tonnes per year. With Korea’s small size and dense population the disposal of this plastic creates huge logistical issues; there is no space to sweep things under the rug. Yet Korea’s recycling system has gained widespread attention, being featured on the BBC and praised by news sources around the world. The rapid development of Korea’s recycling system in such a short space of time is certainly remarkable. However, technology...

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New joint venture to help climate-related transactions in Asia

A new joint venture established by the Asian Development Bank, Robeco, and ORIX Corporation will help private equity investments in various environmental and low-carbon transactions in Asia. The A.D.B., along with Netherlands-based global asset manager Robeco and Japanese financial services group ORIX, have formed Asia Climate Partners – a joint venture which will be capitalized initially by $400 million from its founding partners. A.C.P., which will be based in...

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Solar power plants in the Philippines get funds from Armstrong Asset Management

Singapore-based independent asset manager Armstrong Asset Management will be providing $29 million for the development of solar power plants in the Philippines. A.A.M. will be teaming up with nv vogt to fund the construction of a pipeline of bilateral solar power projects in the Philippines. The first project will be a 6.25 megawatt ground-mounted and grid-connected solar power plant in the province of South Cotabato in the Southern region of Mindanao. Cons...

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CBDE to see 64 MW solar power project rise in Thailand

Clean energy company CBD Energy Limited will be constructing a 64 megawatt solar project in Thailand. CBDE has come to an agreement with Environmental Engineering Group Thailand to construct the solar park which will cost approximately $112,000,000. The project will take approximately 10 months to install at which point the power produced will go to the Thai Provincial Electricity Authority under the terms of a 25 year power purchase agreement. The project will...

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Indonesian school powered by stand-alone P.V. power package from Panasonic

An elementary school in Karimunjawa Island, Indonesia is getting its power from a new stand-alone photovoltaic power package developed by the Panasonic Corporation. Panasonic installed the “Power Supply Container” at the National Elementary School Karimunjawa 01 in Karimunjawa Island, Jepara District, Central Jawa Provice, Indonesia. Karimunjawa is an area where diesel generators are the only means to get electricity at night. During the daytime, the generators are stop...

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$50 million A.D.B. loan to develop Indonesia’s geothermal potential

The Asian Development Bank will provide Indonesia a loan of up to $50 million to support its geothermal exploration. The loan, supported by the Clean Technology Fund, is to share risks with the private sector during the project development and exploration phase of the RantauDedap geothermal project that will be located in South Sumatra. “This innovative loan demonstrates the depth of A.D.B. support for deploying clean energy technologies that can significantly dis...

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The Bioplastics industry in Korea – Where to next?

The global bioplastics market is booming – total production capacity is set to grow 400% by 2017, and the European Commission has designatedbioplastics as a lead market. The Korean bio-industry is also growing, with production valued at 7.12 trillion won (around US$6.9 billion) in 2012, and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announcing in April 2014 that around 215 billion won (over US$200 million) will be invested into the bio-chemicals industry over the...

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Ascent Solar announces milestone agreement for their J.V. in China

Thin-film solar module manufacturer Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. has announced the achievement of a significant milestone for their joint venture in Jiangsu Province, China. In December of 2013, Ascent signed a definitive agreement with the government of the Municipal City of Suqian to develop solar projects in the area. Under the agreement, Suqian will build a facility to manufacture Ascent’s proprietary cooper...

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