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OCBC-NUS study to look into what would make Singaporeans buy electric vehicles

CBC Bank and the National University of Singapore (NUS) will jointly conduct a new study later this year to look into what would make Singaporeans switch from conventional petrol or diesel vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs).

Proton inks deal to sell smart EVs in Malaysia, Thailand

Proton and smart Automobile Co Ltd (smart) has formalised a deal following the signing of a General Distributorship Agreement (GDA) today, which will see the national car maker launching the first model by the fourth quarter of 2023. Under the GDA, Proton will sell and service the smart electric vehicles (EVs) brand in Malaysia and […]

ITB academic suggests gov’t to subsidize purchase of electric stoves

The Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Research Center for New and Renewable Energy Head, Dr Yuli Setyo Indartono, suggested subsidizing the purchase of electric stoves to reduce negative economic impacts of fluctuating fuel and LPG prices. “In the past, the government had a program to replace kerosene with LPG. Now is the time for the […]

Establishment of a 100% ammonia direct combustion power plant on Jurong Island eyed

Jurong Port, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific (MHI-AP), and JERA Asia have signed an agreement to jointly explore the establishment of a 100% ammonia direct combustion power plant on Jurong Island.

NDR 2022: Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 project redesigned to be pandemic-ready, more energy-efficient

Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 (T5) project has been redesigned to be pandemic-ready and more energy-efficient, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday (Aug 21). Speaking during the National Day Rally, Mr Lee said the terminal will be able to operate more safely and flexibly during a pandemic. This includes being able to scale operations […]

Vietnam calls for up to US$14bn annual power investment

Vietnam will need between US$8 billion to US$14bn each year till 2030 to bring its power network up to date, including developing new power plants and expanding its grid, a minister has said.

Clark Airport operator inks maintenance contracts

The Luzon International Premiere Airport Development Corporation (LIPAD), the private operator of Clark International Airport, has inked energy efficiency and facilities management contracts for the upkeep of the airport’s new terminal building.

Using Sea Salt to Produce Electricity

Imagine being able to use commonplace objects like sea salt and a piece of cloth to capture moisture in the air to generate electricity or even power everyday gadgets with a non-toxic battery that is as thin as paper. A novel moisture-driven electricity generation (MEG) device has been created by a team of scientists from […]

Sapura Energy to get rid of three rigs

Malaysia’s Sapura Energy Berhad has moved to dispose of three drilling rigs to NKD Maritime for an aggregate cash consideration of $8.2 million as part of its focus on long-term sustainability and improving its liquidity position.

Govt Formulates Fuel Subsidy Adjustment Scheme, Says Minister Luhut

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said that the government is formulating a price adjustment scheme to reduce the burden of fuel subsidies and compensation in the state budget.