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Energy collaboration to benefit Singapore business with new green energy solutions

Eco-Business, 27 Mar 2015 - In a Singapore first, PacificLight Energy (PLE), the electricity retailing arm of Singapore power company PacificLight Power (PacificLight), and Renewable Energy Corporation (REC), a leading global provider of solar energy solutions, announced on March 18 a strategic partnership to offer a new hybrid energy solution, which will encourage electricity consumers in Singapore to adopt solar power as a source of clean and renewable energy.

Posted by Narissara Chandravithun at Mar 27, 2015 10:20 AM |
Filed under: Renewable energy
A New Solar Renaissance - How Harnessing the Sun Got Cheap and Practical

Foreign Affairs, 25 Mar 2015 - Solar power has been declared a winner before, only to flounder. It’s easy to remain skeptical today, given that solar power accounts for less than one percent of the global energy supply. But it is also expanding faster than any other power source, with an average growth rate of 50 percent a year for the past six years.

Posted by Narissara Chandravithun at Mar 25, 2015 04:38 PM |
Filed under: Renewable energy
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Report on the pilot project towards developing statistical tools for measuring employment in the environmental sector and generating statistics on green jobs.

This report provides information on the survey development, questionnaire design, concepts and definitions, methodology of data collection, as well as main findings of employment in the environmental sector and green jobs in one of the pilot countries: Albania.

Posted by Fei Li at Jan 08, 2015 04:29 PM |
Technologies to Support Climate Change Adaptation in Developing Asia

Asia and the Pacific is expected to be hit hard by the impacts of climate change, with seven of the top ten vulnerable countries in the world being in the region. This publication showcases technologies that can be used to address such impacts across six sectors: agriculture, coastal resources, human health, transportation, water resources, and disaster risk management. The solutions presented may serve to demystify the technologies surrounding adaptation options.

Posted by Fei Li at Nov 28, 2014 11:31 AM |
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