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Industrial Solar Generator Market Inclinations And Development Status Highlighted During Forecast Period

The global industrial solar generator market size value was US$ 195 million in 2020. The global industrial solar generator market is forecast to reach US$ 904 million by 2030, and the market will grow...

Blackouts reported across Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Counties and cities across Taiwan began reporting unexplained power outages on Thursday morning (March 3) and Taiwan Power Company (Taipower, 台電) personnel are currently i...

Industrial Solar Generator Market Size 2021, Trend Analysis, Industry Growth Rate, Company Profiles with Strategies, Global Sales and Revenues, Future Demands, Production-Scenario and Supply Forecast 2030

The latest report by Report Ocean include the detailed study of various market determinants such as key product launches, regional study, market demand, government initiatives, etc. Moreover, it descr...

Water Heater Market Size Analysis By Growth, Emerging Trends, And Future Opportunities To 2030

The global water heater market was valued at $32,603 million in 2017 and is projected to reach at $48,519 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% from 2018 to 2025. A water heater is a heating d...

TSMC chairman calls on Taiwan to speed up move toward carbon neutrality

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan needs to hurry to catch up with the global trend toward net-zero carbon emissions, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) Chairman Mark Liu (劉德音) said Tuesda...

Industrial Solar Generator Market Research Report 2021: Size, Share, Business Strategies Growth Forecast and Industry Statistics Until 2030

The latest report by Report Ocean include the detailed study of various market determinants such as key product launches, regional study, market demand, government initiatives, etc. Moreover, it descr...

Serbia suspends lithium mine plans after protests

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Local authorities in western Serbia on Thursday suspended a plan that would allow mining giant Rio Tinto to operate a lithium mine, following protests by environmentalists that...

Businessman laments Taiwan’s energy quandary ahead of referendum

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The chair of a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer has expressed concern over the conundrums facing the country’s energy security ahead of a referendum on the highly ...

China power crunch unlikely to affect Taiwan electronics manufacturers

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Though recent power shortages in China have not affected Taiwan electronics manufacturers, low prices for made in China products are unlikely to return, the Taipei Compute...

Taiwan's economics minister comments on algal reef referendum

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Minister of Economy Affairs (MOEA) Wang Mei-hua (王美花) on Thursday (March 4) reiterated her belief that relying more on natural gas and reducing coal usage are among the pr...

Taichung scraps permits for Taichung Power Plant generators for excessive coal consumption

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Taichung Power Plant was issued its third hefty fine on Wednesday (Dec. 25) as the city government announced the revocation of coal-use permits for two of its generato...

China can pull plug on Philippines power supply at any time: report

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The government of Communist China completely controls the power grid of the Philippines and could flip off the switch at any time, according to an internal report created ...

Cambodia electricity shortage cripples small businesses

It's hot and humid in KT Beauty, a salon owned by Morn Sokunthea. The red-and-black chairs are empty. The fans don't work and neither do the lights. Thirty eight-year-old Sokunthea hasn't ...

Cambodia electricity shortage cripples small businesses

It's hot and humid in KT Beauty, a salon owned by Morn Sokunthea. The red-and-black chairs are empty. The fans don't work and neither do the lights. Thirty eight-year-old Sokunthea hasn't ...

Taiwan's economic minister apologizes for 'plug into nose' comment about power shortage

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwan's Minister of Economic Affairs Shen Jong-chin (沈榮津) at a press conference today apologized for sarcastically suggesting that "plugging into the nose" was t...