Hydrogen production

Rust and light boost hydrogen production 25x says Tokyo University

Hydrogen production is an expensive and intensive process, but a new discovery by researchers at the Tokyo University of Science has led to a novel technique of using rust and light to speed up hydrogen production as much as 25 times current production norms.
uzbekistan

Uzbekistan shares details of new public-private partnership energy project

Uzbekistan has shared information on its latest public-private partnership (PPP) project in the energy sector with global investors.
tajikistan

Tajikistan wins $134m World Bank support for Power Utility Financial Recovery...

The World Bank has agreed to provide the government of Tajikistan with a $134 million grant to fund its Power Utility Financial Recovery Project.
Japan wind energy

Japan Wind Power Association announces joint task force to drive growth

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA) have announced that they have formed a joint Japan Offshore Wind Task Force to drive offshore wind growth in Japan.
flexibility

Coronavirus to infect China’s wind market – report

The coronavirus outbreak will impact the supply chain and installation operations for wind power not just in China, but the rest of the world.
covid-19

Corona heavily reduces China’s carbon footprint

COVID-19 has helped the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases to reduce its carbon footprint by a quarter in just two weeks.
Bangladesh renewable

Bangladeshi government: Partners sought for rural renewables

The Bangladeshi government is bidding for more partners to take part in its “Taka” programme, which aims to bring renewable household electricity, street lighting and cooking stoves to every off-grid community in the country.
Vietnam

New World Bank strategy to scale up solar energy production in...

The World Bank has released a new report with recommendations on how Vietnam can accelerate solar energy production and usage.
global energy storage

America, Europe & Asia-Pacific powered 74% of distributed energy storage

A new report from Navigant Research says the mostly first-world nations on these continents were behind the growth of the distributed energy storage industry, but this was aided by government support early on.
water utilities

How water utilities can leverage smart grids to improve revenue

A new report explores the urban water infrastructure market in the Asia Pacific region.

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