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AUSTRALIA: A new report by the Australian energy market operator (AEMO) has set out what the country will need to do in order to shift to a low-carbon grid system, following the phase-out of thermal generation over the next two decades.
ASIA-PACIFIC: Additional annual wind power capacity in Asia Pacific excluding China (APEC) could reach 12.1GW by 2022, according to a new report -- more than double the 5.5GW added in 2017.
AUSTRALIA: Two technology startup companies have joined forces to offer a product that monitors wind projects by listening to turbines.
WORLDWIDE: Vestas has announced two new turbine supply orders including a 112MW turnkey contract in Australia.
INDONESIA: Independent power producer (IPP) UPC Renewables celebrated the commissioning of the country's first wind farm at a ceremony in early July.
MONGOLIA: The government of Mongolia hopes to commission at least two wind power projects a year, as it moves to reduce its dependence from traditional energy sources.