The percentage of renewable power in solar and wind in the mix of Vietnam should be higher after 2021 due to numerous wind power projects being commissioned. The record comes from multiple projects of less than 1MW being allowed at the same site, a financially attractive FiT2, and strong support from local bankers. … [Read more...] about Booming solar power: signal for worry or delight?
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Case in point, in Indonesia, beyond accelerating to success with support from corporate cultures, the availability of skilled talent, solid infrastructure, and strong government support in respect to lean efforts made Indonesia’s PT GE Nusantara Turbine Service (PT GENTS) an excellent foothold as a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for global B- and E-Repair of next-generation repair capabilities. With over 25 years of operations, this recent transformation led by GE Gas Power in line with the Indonesian government support is the most extensive supply chain development at the centre project yet. … [Read more...] about Built on open culture and dialogue, Lean is a game changer for GE
Even during "normal times," energy poverty is dangerous. The household air pollution created by burning biomass, including wood and animal waste, to cook and heat homes has been blamed for as many as 4 million deaths per year. How will this play out during the pandemic? For women forced to leave their homes to obtain and prepare food, sheltering in place is nearly impossible. What about those who need to be hospitalized? Only 28 percent of sub-Saharan Africa's health care facilities have reliable power. Physicians and nurses can't even count on the lights being on, let alone the ability to treat patients with equipment that requires electricity - or store blood, medications, or vaccines. All of this puts African lives at risk. … [Read more...] about African Energy Chamber: African Lives Matter, Too. Energy Policy Decisions Should Consider Their Needs
He congratulated Saysomphone Phomvihane on being re-elected as a Politburo member of the LPRP (11th tenure) and expressed his belief that under the leadership of the new Politburo and the LPRP Central Committee, the Lao people will reap even greater achievements in the process of national construction and defence and successfully realise goals and political tasks set by the Resolution of the 11th Congress of the LPRP. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS JANUARY 20
At Trang Airport, there have been quite small numbers of passengers. However, strict COVID-19 prevention measures have still been in place. The Trang Airport Director said the new wave of COVID-19 infections has led many provinces to control passenger numbers in and out of the region, and people are asked to refrain from traveling between provinces. As a result, the number of passengers using Trang airport has decreased. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM BUSINESS NEWS JANUARY 20