SIEW 2013

Panellists agreed that major cost challenges need to be overcome before ocean renewable energy can become viable when they spoke at the roundtable on The Role of Government in Ocean Renewable Energy and Its Impact to Industries yesterday.

Ocean Renewable Energy Needs to Overcome Cost Challenges

Panellists agreed that major cost challenges need to be overcome before ocean renewable energy can become viable when they spoke at the roundtable on The Role of Government in Ocean Renewable Energy and Its Impact to Industries yesterday.

By Koh Hui Shan, EMA 01 November 2013
More than two years on from Fukushima, nuclear energy experts gathered in Singapore yesterday to discuss the enduring impact of the accident on nuclear governance and to outline a possible...

Fukushima still dominating the nuclear governance debate

More than two years on from Fukushima, nuclear energy experts gathered in Singapore yesterday to discuss the enduring impact of the accident on nuclear governance and to outline a possible...

By Lionel Choo, EMA 01 November 2013
Japan is already a leader in energy efficiency practices but the country is now looking to do more and has turned its attention to “peak shifting”. This refers to encouraging consumers to shift...

Learning from best practices to boost energy efficiency in Asia

Japan is already a leader in energy efficiency practices but the country is now looking to do more and has turned its attention to “peak shifting”. This refers to encouraging consumers to shift...

By Yeo Yong Kiat, EMA 01 November 2013
Today, not only has his bank account recovered, but the co-founder of data analytics platform Intraix has also seen his energy-saving software being adopted in Japanese households; and its mobile...

Chinese companies take the main stage

Today, not only has his bank account recovered, but the co-founder of data analytics platform Intraix has also seen his energy-saving software being adopted in Japanese households; and its mobile...

By Donald Wildiers, INSEAD 31 October 2013
“Intermittency” is the challenge hindering large scale deployment of renewable energy such as solar and wind, Dr Palani Balaya, Assistant Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering,...

Storage the key to solving the intermittent problem

“Intermittency” is the challenge hindering large scale deployment of renewable energy such as solar and wind, Dr Palani Balaya, Assistant Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering,...

By Darryl Chan 31 October 2013
There’s been much discussion on the global energy market, and certainly the gas market. It would be fair to say that the centre of gravity of the global natural gas market is shifting eastwards,...

Singapore inks energy partnership agreements with Cambodia, UAE

There’s been much discussion on the global energy market, and certainly the gas market. It would be fair to say that the centre of gravity of the global natural gas market is shifting eastwards,...

By EMA Staff 31 October 2013
Transportation experts looked into the future of intermodal transport and vehicle sharing – and cited opportunities and roadblocks along the way – as an Asia SmartGrid panel yesterday looked at...

Experts share views on sharing cars

Transportation experts looked into the future of intermodal transport and vehicle sharing – and cited opportunities and roadblocks along the way – as an Asia SmartGrid panel yesterday looked at...

By Tay Kai Soon, EMA 30 October 2013
The North American LNG markets are at a “political and economic sweet-spot in terms of the LNG export approval process”, said Mr David Pumphrey, Co-Director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National...

North American LNG at sweet spot for future export

The North American LNG markets are at a “political and economic sweet-spot in terms of the LNG export approval process”, said Mr David Pumphrey, Co-Director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National...

By John Chong, EMA 30 October 2013
The global solar industry has had a bumpy year. But while it is likely to face further challenges, there are also opportunities on the horizon, agreed participants at a Solar Leaders dialogue on...

Asian markets will be the bright spots for solar

The global solar industry has had a bumpy year. But while it is likely to face further challenges, there are also opportunities on the horizon, agreed participants at a Solar Leaders dialogue on...

By Martin Kennedy, INSEAD 30 October 2013
Emerging shale gas and light tight oil from the US may become global gamechangers, Mr Anon Sirisaengtaksin, Chairman, PTT Chemical International, told an audience at Downstream Asia 2013 today....

2020 refining and petrochemical challenges in focus

Emerging shale gas and light tight oil from the US may become global gamechangers, Mr Anon Sirisaengtaksin, Chairman, PTT Chemical International, told an audience at Downstream Asia 2013 today....

By Ong Yu Hui 30 October 2013
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