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Geothermal Energy: A Solution To Indonesia’s Fossil Fuel Reliance?

Indonesia is a country still extremely reliant on fossil fuels, however it has an untapped potential of geothermal energy which could make the country greener.

Renewable Energy Transition at Risk in Asian Pacific Nations

In recent years the Asian Pacific nations were making up over 75 per cent of power demand growth around the world and was the leading region for installations of wind and solar technologies.

Hyundai Sonata-The New Way of Powering a Luxury Car Using the Sun

Lots of industries have adopted solar energy in different ways and the automotive industry hasn’t been left behind. The Korean carmaker, Hyundai has launched...

Australia to Asia Undersea Power Cable Plan

Plans between Australia and Asia have led to a potential 2400 mile cable being fed under the sea from Australia to Singapore in a bid to provide countries in Asia with solar power.

How Does Cambodia Improve Its Electricity Security Problem?

Cambodia still faces an electricity crisis, with high prices and blackouts regularly occurring. However, there are steps the government can take to improve this.

Scientists Reveal Solar Power in China is more Affordable than Grid Electricity

New research has indicated that compared to grid electricity in Chinese cities, solar energy is actually cheaper.  This is expected to raise the uptake of...

Lines Company in New Zealand Demands More Certainty Over Diesel Generators

Thousands of people who live in the Far North region of New Zealand could potentially be facing frequent ‘Third World’ blackouts if Top Energy are not able to use the diesel generators to help power the area.