Onsite solar generation – the commercial value of a big, flat roof

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Can the success Walmart or IKEA has in championing a sustainability movement be emulated in the Philippines? Solar panels have begun to appear on the rooftops of many large malls, buildings and factories across the Philippines. This is great news! A tonne of carbon dioxide is offset with every megawatt hour of solar energy produced. It also helps relieve pressure …


Impact of Paris climate change talks on coal-fired power generation in Southeast Asia

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Many hopes have been stirred by the conversations which came out of the Paris Climate Change Talks. But when fossils fuels continue to undercut the price of renewables (once capex costs are factored in), what chance is there of seeing a speedy transition to renewables in certain parts of the world? Take Indonesia for example. To meet the increase in …


Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources, Indonesia confirmed as Host Ministry

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We are proud to announce the support of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia, as our Host Ministry for Power & Electricity World Asia 2016. Join us at this influential industry gathering to hear from Ir. Jaman, Director General for Electricity from the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources on “Power crisis? Aligning supply with …


Why move to Jakarta?

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Many of our loyal followers may be wondering why after 18 years Power and Electricity World Asia is moving location, from Singapore to Jakarta. Well, there are a number of answers to that question. Allow me to explain. Firstly, as a global economic power Indonesia is a very considerable one, especially where energy is concerned. It does not possess the wealth and financing power …