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Singapore more than doubled its solar capacity between 2014 and the first quarter of 2016. Find out more statistics on Singapore’s energy landscape in the latest Singapore Energy Statistics 2016.
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Japan’s limited energy resources has seen the country turned to cutting-edge technology to boost its energy security, with renewable energy technologies now the priority, according to Japan’s former energy minister. Find out more here.
Renewable generation will become the safest investment choice and dominate power generation new builds in the next 10 years, according to DNV GL as it shares 10 trends that will accelerate this transition.
Advanced technologies will help provide energy for all in a sustainable manner, says ADB president Takehiko Nakao. These will also drive transformative action to address climate change and build a smarter Asia and Pacific region.
Japan’s electricity market reform could boost or complicate efforts to reduce carbon emissions and achieve its clean energy goals. Learn more about what needs to be in place for Japan to develop an innovative 21st century electricity sector.
The energy sector is a prime target for cyber attacks and this risk increases as cities become ‘smarter’. Learn more about the threat landscape and security measures that should be taken here.
The pace and impact of change in the utilities industry today is unrelenting. Learn how industry mega-trends like increasing consumerisation are altering traditional strategies and business models here, and how utilities can adapt to thrive.
The utility industry is undergoing a major shift driven by the transition to a low-carbon future, increasingly digital and distributed power grids and growing demand for more individualized customer services. Find out more about these trends here.
New designs for electricity markets are needed to de-carbonise production and limit global temperature increase to 2 degrees. Read IEA’s analysis of the electricity market framework for low-carbon power systems here.
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