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January 4, 2018
Four Renewable Energy Trends to Follow in 2018

Much of what will trend in 2018 in the renewables and broader energy space will be founded in the advancement of the digital grid, but there are other important trends to keep an eye on where sustainable energy is concerned.

January 4, 2018
2018 — The Year of the Digital Grid

Nothing will stand out in 2018 as more important for the long-term success of renewables than the advancement of a digital grid architecture. It has been clear for a long time that the way the grid worked — one-way network management — is changing to two-way system operation.

January 4, 2018
Using High-Tech Infrastructure to Fight Climate Change

Climate change is a growing threat to prosperity in Asia and the Pacific. The region is the most vulnerable to the ravages of climate change. Taking urgent action to combat climate change and building infrastructure that can withstand its impacts are critical to achieving sustainable development in the region.

January 4, 2018
Boosting Renewable Energy Bankability in Southeast Asia

Advances in renewable energy technology have been at the forefront of efforts to address and tackle global climate change. But this does not mean that the spread of wind and solar farms around the world has been entirely uniform. Many consider the emerging renewable energy markets, and especially Southeast Asia, as fertile ground for their investments.

December 28, 2017
Laos commits to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions

Laos is set to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions while becoming more resilient to negative impacts from climate change. In addition, the country is planning to increase its share of renewable energy to 30 percent of its consumption by 2025.

December 28, 2017
No daylight for Vietnam solar energy

Some here are calling it a gold rush. Global players with experience in solar energy are sending representatives to Vietnam in search of the next big alternative energy boom. But despite the fanfare, the country still has no solar farms in operation and no use of solar panels feeding into the national grid.

December 28, 2017
Cambodia agreement with Laos to import electricity

Electricite du Cambodge has signed an agreement with Laos to import 115 kilowatts of electricity from Laos to Preah Vihear province, and on to Kampong Thom and Oddar Meanchey provinces.

December 28, 2017
Movement to Divest from Fossil Fuels Gains Momentum

Climate advocates…have been working for years to spur divestment from fossil-fuel stocks, and this was perhaps the biggest single day of that campaign, which in turn is the largest divestment campaign in history. In the very center of world finance, sentiment is turning sharply against fossil-fuel investing.

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