SAUDI Arabia is building a £350billion mega 33 times bigger than New York as it seeks to ditch its reliance on oil. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced the city, referred to as Neom, will be 100% run on renewable ...
There is growing interest in technology for the implementation of smart cities projects, according to a new report by IDC, which provides a forecast for the market in the current and near years.
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The government of Jordan has given parties interested in delivering a 30MW energy storage system in the Kingdom six months to come up with technical and financial offers.
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Nothing uses more resources or produces more waste than the buildings we live and work in. Our built environment is responsible for half of all global energy use and half of all greenhouse gas emissions. Buildings consum...
Tomorrow's Bangladesh is already here. Achievements and progress in all fields—from manufacturing to cricket, and from architectural excellence to social indicators—open up new prospects and promises for Bangladesh.
The world is drowning in data—but if policymakers and planners learn how to harness its potential, it could solve major global challenges like poverty and climate change, says urban development expert Ana Lucía Moya.
Nearly half of the municipal buses on the road worldwide will be electric within seven years, with China expected to dominate the global market as it aims to cut urban pollution and support domestic manufacturers.
The first large-scale solar and battery storage project to be connected to the grid in Australia has started providing power to 3,000 homes and businesses in Far North Queensland (FNQ) while forming a test case for delib...
Imagine a world where every country has not only complied with the Paris climate agreement but has moved away from fossil fuels entirely. How would such a change affect global politics?
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Yusuke Yamada, a professor at Osaka City University, said his team found a way to use the protein as a “tool” for producing hydrogen, a powerful source of clean electricity.
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2018 should be the year that Southeast Asian solar hits its stride. That was the clear headline from the 35th ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Ministers on Energy Meeting: “ASEAN calls for energy investment...
The Pakistani regulator has issued its tariff determinations for 300MW of solar with tariffs significantly below grid parity.
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This presentation was published in December 2017 by APUEA. Source and inspiration are from Dr. Valdas Lukosevicius, Associate Professor, Kaunas University of Technology. The regulatory schemes in District Energy (DE) sectors worldwide can be classified into the following categories: 1) Market driven regulation; 2) Social regulation; and 3) Economic regulation.
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