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As Singapore seeks to move away from its dependence on gas towards renewable energy sources like solar, the transport sector is similarly undergoing the same shift towards alternative fuel sources.
Singapore introduced the Carbon Pricing Act 2018, which came into effect in January 2019. It is currently S$5 per tonne of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions, and this price is expected to be reviewed in 2023, with plans ...
The renewables sector is feeling the impact as COVID-19 begins to
cause huge global disruption to supply chains. The renewables
sector is heavily reliant on global supply chains for raw materials and
components, as ...
The United Arab Emirates Energy Strategy 2050 has the bold goal of diversifying current energy sources and doubling the country's reliance upon clean energy sources by 2050. The goal is also to reduced the country's ...
International law firm Bird & Bird has advised Capital Stage AG, the German wind and solar operator, on their £4.7 million acquisition of a UK-based solar park from Chinese firm SPI Energy Co. Ltd.
Statkraft, Jämtkraft AB, Öresundskraft AB and Tekniska verken i Linköping AB (publ) have joined forces in a joint venture through Bee Charging Solutions AB.
International law firm Bird & Bird today grows its Energy & Utilities sector group with the hire of energy, infrastructure, real estate projects and capital markets specialist Laura Huomo as a partner in Helsinki.
This is a 2019 update on the energy landscape in Singapore and the Asian region and also highlights the efforts by the various governments to address their respective countries' growing energy needs in a sustainable ...
Our team of subject matter experts look at the recent rise in cyber attacks in the energy sector and impact of the introduction of the NIS Directive on the sector as a whole.
Ofgem announced last week that it has made a decision in relation relating to a number of energy storage systems co-located with Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROC) accredited solar generation sites.