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Black & Veatch: Investment Uncertainty and Renewable Energy Top Issues for Asia's Electric Industry

Resilience, affordability and environmental pressures to shape industry’s future in Asia
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BANGKOK, November 11, 2020 /3BL Media/  – Uncertainty of investments caused by a financial downturn and renewable energy are the two biggest concerns of Asia’s electric industry today, according to Black & Veatch’s first-ever Strategic Directions: Electric Industry Asia 2021.

The Outlook for Renewable Energy

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by Lydia Miller, Senior Vice President at Dana Investment Advisors 

The last decade was quite a remarkable period for renewable energy growth. In 2019, estimates indicate new capacity additions were slightly more than 70 percent renewables and over half of newly commissioned utility-scale renewable power generation provided electricity at a lower cost than the cheapest new fossil fuel powered source.

Why Investing in Women Is Crucial Right Now

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by Sallie Krawcheck, CEO of Ellevest and former Head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

One thing I hear loud and clear from our community of female investors at Ellevest is the desire to help each other during this crisis. Some of us will donate our time, others our money. I think there’s another thing to consider doing: continue to shift capital to investments that are better for women. Because as we come out of this crisis, the same global issues that existed before COVID-19 will exist afterward — and in some cases, in a more pronounced way. 

Sun Powered Solutions in Mexico

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Three Caterpillar buildings in Mexico are now offsetting 100 percent of their power usage with energy backed by solar power sources and clean energy certificates.

Read more about Caterpillar's sun powered solutions.

Registration Open for Renewable Energy Markets 2018

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Don't miss this chance to lock in our lowest-available rate. REM 2018 will explore best practices in renewable energy procurement, and emerging trends in policy, technology, and market innovation.

“A Century of Power” Documentary Recounts Energy History in Hong Kong as Told by the Kadoorie Family

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Founded in 1901 as a small electricity generator, CLP has grown hand-in-hand with Hong Kong over the past century and is now one of the leading energy companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

Domtar's Sustainability Economics

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Domtar is a case study of how supply and demand has accelerated sustainability—in particular, how the growing supply of natural gas has accelerated the reduction of coal burning in our power boilers. Over the past few years, energy economics and the drive for competitive advantage through improved efficiency have reduced air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions further and faster than what would have occurred under any likely scenario involving additional government regulation.

More Mining Companies Begin to Share Resources Using Integrated Infrastructure

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Traditionally, mining companies have built their own infrastructure at greenfield sites, and due to necessity, constructed their own supporting “pit to port” infrastructure, including power and water supply schemes, roads and railways. However, as a result of growing cost pressures and increasing capital to build new greenfield operations, a trend is developing, whereby mining companies are seeking opportunities to share resources to save on expenses. 

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