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The moves seek to reaffirm Thailand’s commitment to renewable energy.
Global Cooling Prize to incentivise creation of efficient cooling technologies and support start-ups in a corporation-dominated field.
India is now a member of the Advanced Motor Fuels Technology Collaboration Programme, under the International Energy Agency.
The 2nd Singapore-International Energy Agency Forum discusses digitalisation and its impact on the energy sector.
The innovation is among the first of its kind in the world.
An international energy provider will relocate its APAC HQ to Singapore in 2019 to capitalise on sustainable growth opportunities.
The renewable energy generation system aims to develop and demonstrate sodium-ion batteries in renewable energy storage applications.
Energy trilemma can be solved by tech innovation systems that are categorised as distributed, decarbonised and digitalised.
The agreement aims to foster cooperation and R&D for industrial robots to enhance education for engineers.
India looks to achieve 76% of its renewable energy target of 175 GW according to an energy consultancy agency.
The 10kWP floating solar farm on Laguna Lake involves deploying solar photovoltaic panels on the surface of a body of water.
The Asia Water Forum 2018 is a 4-day event with activities focusing on the theme, “Information, Innovation, and Technology”.
Senslar is a floating platform system that is sensitive to sunlight and can smartly move according to the sun’s position.
New tech will liquefy sludge and heavy wax in a non-toxic and environment-friendly manner.
If you live in a clean, green, well-ordered, socially equitable city, you might be awarded.
How one company is delivering essential services with IoT.
The donation will be used to sustain PolyU's research on new technologies for smart city and energy sustainability.
The hope is that RE tech innovations will produce cleaner energy, more jobs and will create wealth.
The fees will be used to cover the expenses that Thailand’s EGA incurs in securing and maintaining the grid.