Ron Mahabir will be speaking on clean transportation at the 2009 Cleantech Forum in Beijing, December 2-3.
Asia Cleantech will be on a cleantech panel at the 2009 Asian Venture Capital Journal Forum in Hong Kong, November 11-13, 2009
Asia Cleantech was recently profiled on New Energy World (link to profile).
Ron Mahabir, Managing Director of Asia Cleantech Capital, will moderate a panel, “Green Technology.”
Link to program
Ron Mahabir, Managing Director of Asia Cleantech Capital, will speak on Financing Renewable Energy.
Following the run-away success in 2008 of the inaugural conference in Dubai, The 2nd Annual Euromoney Global Infrastructure Finance Conference again brought together 600 leading infrastructure investors, project sponsors, senior government officials, and infrastructure experts in Hong Kong to discuss and plan the development of the global market for infrastructure finance.
Water shortages caused by a drought has caused significant problems for generation of hydro power in Chile. This, along with natural gas shortages from Argentina are causing potential brownouts or power cuts. Similar to the recent situation in South Africa, Chile’s power problems are affecting commodity prices, primarily copper.
No surprise that India has been beaten by China for oil exploration bids in Myanmar, Kazakhstan and elsewhere over the past few years. With serious shortages and blackouts seriously affecting and threatening India’s economic growth, India is looking to Africa, South America, Pakistan, and elsewhere for new supplies.
With oil prices over US$100/barrel, China’s independent refineries are understandably balking at supplying at a loss. The government is forcing independent suppliers to take the brunt of the massive inflation affecting the country, causing shortages to even Shanghai and Beijing.
February 28, 2008 (Renewable Energy World) –
Moser Baer PV steps up its plans to change the way India receives electricity.
The company, a relatively new entrant in the solar photovoltaic (PV) market, has recently announced a series of new initiatives. These include setting up India’s largest grid-connected solar farm in the sunshine abundant state of Rajasthan, and increasing production capacities.
MBPV announced that it had partnered with the Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation (RREC) to set up a solar farm of 1-5 MW capacity in the state. At US $4.5 million per MW, the total investment for this farm will be US $25 million.
March 3, 2008 (Datamonitor) – Sustainable Power has announced that Borneo Energy Sendirian Berhad, a wholly owned subsidiary of Borneo Oil and Gas, has entered into a share subscription agreement to purchase 50 million restricted shares of Sustainable Power.
The initial deposit required per the agreement has been received by Sustainable Power (SSTP). Sustainable Power also entered into a technical collaboration term sheet with Borneo Energy Sendirian Berhad (BOE). Continue reading