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The members will benefit from the Association in numerous ways. The Association will provide up-to-date intelligence on market, technical and financial aspects of urban energy, and will help the members build networks with relevant stakeholders. More information
cover of APUEA magazine Issue 7 2019




In tIn the seventh issue of the APUEA Magazine, we interview Mr. Clay Nesler from Johnson Controls. We explore how thermal energy storage improves district cooling networks and provide more insights into UPS technology for data centers. We also look into Smart O&M, how AI can increase efficiency for heating in buildings, and introduce the potential of waste heat recovery in the Asia Pacific. The issue also includes a summary of the Renewables in Cities 2019 Global Status Report.

The magazine includes articles from Johnson Controls, ENGIE, ABB, Siveco, Leanheat by Danfoss, IVL-Swedish Environmental Research Institute, REN 21, and APUEA.

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In the sixth issue of the APUEA Magazine, we interview Mr. Somboon Lertsuwannaroj from Impact Solar and Dr. Donald Payne from the Australian Geothermal Association. We present an update on hydrogen energy storage technology and look into renewable energy developments in Australia. We also explore UPS energy storage options for data centers, the potential of integrating renewable energy in buildings in India, and an update on the latest APUEA activities. The Magazine includes articles from Lux Research, ABB, IIEC, Muhammad Ali, ENGIE, and APUEA.

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In the fifth issue of the APUEA Magazine, we present an outlook on Renewable Energy and sustainability in Australia and provide insights on city-level GHG emission frameworks in India. The issue also includes articles on Intelligent Energy Systems utilizing AI and Smart Mobility, a successful District Energy project in Sidney applying the BOOT business model and updates on recent APUEA activities. The issue includes articles from Lux Research, ABB, IIEC, Muhammad Ali, ENGIE and APUEA.

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In the fourth issue of the APUEA Magazine, we introduce a guest column, interview ABB´s Martin B. Petersen, and present a recently conducted energy efficiency survey for Asia. The Magazine also includes insights in how digital tools can help in the ongoing digital transformation of the energy sector and updates on recent APUEA activities. We also explore why district energy is a fast track to sustainable energy and present case studies of two modern district energy systems in China and Sweden.

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In the third issue of the APUEA Magazine, we look into smart green buildings, provide an introduction to the green development of a new city and learn how smarter cities is a part of the future. We also present a digital roadmap for district energy and look into how sustainable urban growth can be achieved. The Magazine further includes an energy outlook of Bangkok and updates on recent APUEA activities.

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In this issue of the APUEA Magazine, we interview Engie’s Michael Schack, provide insights on the integration and forecasting of renewable energy as well how campuses can become 100% renewable. We also look into electrification of the transport sector including EV-charging infrastructure and provide updates on recent APUEA activities.

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In the APUEA Magazine, we provide insights into the important role of local governments in urban energy innovation, overviews of district energy solutions, discussions of the challenges of promoting district cooling, and introductions to successful district cooling projects in the region.

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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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cover of compendium agencies supporting urban energy development

This publication of the Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) provides contact details for Government and non-Government agencies that are directly or indirectly associated with urban energy systems in countries in the Asia Pacific region. APUEA has collected this information as a service to its members, to assist with collaboration and networking in the promotion of sustainable urban energy investments and activities. The Compendium of Agencies is updated annually.

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