wind energy

India Lays The Foundations For Green Energy Megapark

Set to be the size of Singapore once completed, India’s green energy megapark will produce a whopping 30 gigawatts of renewable energy.

Singapore Installs Its First Long-Span Wind Turbine

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and energy company ENGIE have deployed Singapore's first long-span wind turbine at Singapore's Semakau Landfill.

UK Partners China For Offshore Renewable Energy Research

China and the UK will embark on broad-ranging projects to promote the development of next-generation offshore renewable energy technologies.

When The Switch Flips On Electricity Prices

When it comes to renewable energy, a detailed understanding of how negative electricity prices drive economic incentives can help policy-makers and energy merchants alike make better decisions.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Quenching Asia-Pacific’s Insatiable Thirst For Energy

We turn the spotlight on the Asia-Pacific region, which will consume more than half of the world's energy by 2035.

Thais Show The Way To Power Rural Areas

Beyond technology, bringing power to the rural areas involves harnessing community involvements, writes Yao-Hua Law.

Flying The Flag For Wind Energy

Scientists have developed a way to harvest energy from the fluttering motion of a flag-like generator strapped to the roof of a car.

Asian Inventions Dominate Energy Storage Systems

Asian companies lead the pack in terms of number of patents awarded for energy storage technologies.

PM Singh: India To Double Renewable Energy Capacity By 2017

During his keynote speech at yesterday's Fourth Clean Energy Ministerial, PM Manmohan Singh pledged to double India's renewable energy capacity by 2017.

Energy Security In The Asian Century

Asia's energy use would lead to a doubling of carbon dioxide emissions unless it fundamentally changes the way it consumes energy, says a new ADB report.