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Asian investments in clean energy rising – A.D.B.

Clean energy investments in Asia and the Pacific have grown significantly in the last 9 years, reaching $101 billion in 2012. Economic constraints have changed the advancement of clean energy in many parts of the world, with the established wind and solar markets of Europe and North America markedly slowing down. Global investment in clean energy dropped 11 percent in 2012 to $269 billion from $302 billion in 2012,...

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USAID investing in Indian clean energy sector

The clean energy sector in India is looking at an infusion of $100 million in investment from the United States Agency for International Development. USAID has announced that it is partnering with U.S.-based institutional investor Northern Lights Capital Group to facilitate investment in India’s clean energy sector via Nereus Capital. “This investment could eventually create as much as 300-400 additional megawatts...

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Germany eyes green opportunities in China

Germany will collaborate with China in developing its green opportunities through a series of cooperative and investment agreements. “Strategic industries laid down in the current five-year plan will be very interesting for German companies in the next years,” said executive chairwoman of the German Chamber of Commerce, North China, Alexandra Voss in China Daily. The chairwoman pointed out that environmental...

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A look into Singapore’s haze

The haze covering the island country of Singapore has been in the headlines for quite some time now, creating much buzz on an environmental issue that other countries too have experienced. It was on June 21, Friday that Singapore had experienced the worst of the haze with the Pollution Standard Index reaching a record 401 – deemed very hazardous. The following days saw a lowering of levels, but as of now it is still...

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Japan’s agriculture sector to get 200 MW of solar power by 2015

The National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Association of Japan is implementing the largest solar power project in the country. The association, known as Zen-Noh, has formed a joint venture with the Mitsubishi Group to establish 200 megawatts of solar power generating systems at Zen-Noh facilities nationwide. The two companies have established the JAMC Solar Energy Company to operate these systems...

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Tata Power generates 873 MW of renewable energy, plans for 180 MW annual increase

India’s largest integrated power utility, Tata Power, has increased its renewable power generation capacity to 873 megawatts and plans to add at least 180 MW every year. As part of its sustainability initiative, Tata Power is committed to generating 20 to 25 percent of its total generation capacity from clean energy sources. Tata Power produces renewable power in India through hydro, wind and solar. It aims to...

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Yingli providing solar modules for large P.V. project in Malaysia

China’s Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited is continuing to expand its business interests in the Asian region with the announcement that it will supply 10.269 megawatts of solar modules for projects in Malaysia. “We are delighted to make this breakthrough in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia is a very promising photovoltaic market given its rich solar radiation, serious lack of electricity and governments’ strong...

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China approves construction of world’s tallest dam despite environmental impacts

China has granted a green light to the world’s tallest hydroelectric dam despite acknowledging that the project would have significant environmental implications. According to state news agency Xinhua, the Ministry of Environmental Protection has approved construction plans of the 2-gigawatt Shuangjiangkou hydropower plant, which will have an annual power generation of as much as 7.93 billion kilowatt-hours upon...

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Suzlon loses top spot in Indian wind turbine market

India’s Suzlon Energy Ltd., one of the largest manufacturers of wind turbines in the world, has ceded its position as the country’s top wind-turbine supplier for the last fiscal year. According to a Bloomberg report, figures from industry group Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers’ Association showed that, for the year ended this March 21, Suzlon had 415 megawatts of installation. This sets it behind Wind World (India)...

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Philippine media company launches massive Green Initiative

Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN in partnership with government agencies and the academe has launched a massive campaign, which aims to protect the country’s biodiversity while alleviating poverty. The Green Initiative, a collaboration between ABS-CBN Foundation’s Bantay Kalikasan, the departments of environment and natural resources, agriculture, and tourism and Ateneo De Manila University, seeks to...

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