SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY WEEK

SIX clean-energy investments secured recently in Singapore will create 400 professional-level jobs and result in S$500 million in cumulative business spending over the next five years.

PERHAPS the most striking aspect of the International Energy Agency's (IEA) new analysis of South-east Asia's energy outlook is its revelation of the impressive pace of growth and emerging...

AS FREEZING winds whip across northern China this winter, Yao Guanghui is happy he'll have one less household errand: feeding the coal furnace that has long heated his small house on the...

CHINA'S bold plan to blend renewable fuels into its petrol supply within three years will revolutionise its fledging biofuels industry, industry players said, likely spurring billions of dollars...

[LONDON] Royal Dutch Shell Plc plans to spend as much as US$1 billion a year on its New Energies division as the transition toward renewable power and electric cars accelerates.

WHILE energy demand is slowing due to improving energy efficiency, it will still grow by 30 per cent over the next two decades, with almost all of that coming from emerging economies, especially Asia.

CLEAN ENERGY

ROYAL Dutch Shell aims to be a leader in clean energy and sees an opportunity in using its global presence and established brand to scale up the new energies business quickly as and when.

CHINA'S domination of energy markets - long the driver of soaring fossil-fuel consumption and rising carbon pollution - is now turning the planet in a cleaner direction...

[LONDON] It's the end of an era for coal...

[MELBOURNE] Australia should adopt a "fuel-neutral" clean energy target to cut carbon emissions, cap soaring power prices and keep the lights on, the nation's chief scientist said in a...