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Vestas Bags 2 Orders for Turbines, Repowering in South Korea and Denmark

Vestas has bagged two orders, the first for the supply of turbines for a 42 MW project in South Korea and the second, a 36 MW repowering order in Denmark Vestas has announced that it has bagged two orders in South Korea and Denmark. The first order has been received for the delivery and set […]

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Offshore Wind Pipeline in Asia-Pacific Excluding China Exceeds 5 GW

A new report outlines the offshore wind energy pipeline for four key markets in the Asia Pacific region, highlighting the key factors for growth. With a supportive policy framework in place and over 5 gigawatts (GW) of approved projects pipeline that will come online as early as 2025, Taiwan is expected to connect upwards of […]

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EDPR, Aker Solutions to Develop 500 MW Floating Wind Farm in S Korea

WindPower Korea, EDPR and Aker Solutions have formed a consortium to develop an initial 500 MW floating wind farm off the coast of South Korea WindPower Korea, EDP Renewables (EDPR) and Aker Solutions have formed a consortium with the ambition to develop an initial 500 MW floating wind farm off the coast of Ulsan Metropolitan City […]

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Wpd Secures Wind Pipeline of 5 Projects Worth 160 MW in South Korea

Germany-based Wpd has secured a project pipeline of five onshore wind projects with a total capacity exceeding 160 MW in South Korea. Germany-based wind energy major Wpd has announced that it has secured a project pipeline of five onshore wind projects with a total capacity exceeding 160 MW in South Korea. The pipeline has been […]

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South Korea Steps Away From Coal and Towards Renewables

The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move away from coal and towards renewable energy. The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move […]

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South Korea Unlikely to Meet 2030 Renewables Target : WoodMac

South Korea is unlikely to meet its 2030 renewables target, according to consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie. According to the consultancy’s analysis, renewables will account for about 17% of the country’s power mix, a little shy of its original target. Shortly after Moon Jae-in took over the reins as President, the South Korean government unveiled its […]

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IPCC to Spotlight ‘Limiting Global Warming’

With countries stressing upon curbing carbon footprints and high reliance on fossil fuels, IPCC policymakers are set to make changes to the world’s climate policy and setting the global warming mark at 1.5 degree Celsius. United Nation’s top body on climate science, Intergovernmental on Climate Change (IPCC) is to examine a UN report bidding to […]

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Indian, Korean CEOs Discuss Ways to Strengthen Energy Cooperation

The CEOs announced the formation of 6 working groups in sectors like Auto, Infrastructure, Services, Electronics (including renewable and allied sector) & IT and Startups and Innovation Ecosystem (including MSMEs & SMEs) and Defense Manufacturing. The 2nd India-Korea CEOs Forum meeting was held in New Delhi with leading CEOs from both the nations developing an ambitious agenda […]

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Make in India: Country’s First Technology Transfer Pact for Li-Ion Batteries Inked

The agreement was signed between Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI), Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu under Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) and RAASI Solar Power Pvt Ltd. To boost the government’s Make in India initiative, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on first transfer of technology for the country’s Lithium Ion (Li-ion) batteries was signed […]

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