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Capstone Green Energy to Provide Low Emission Microturbine System to Major Global Oil & Gas Company in Malaysia

LOS ANGELES, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Capstone Green Energy Corporation‘s (NASDAQ: CGRN) distributor in Malaysia and Brunei, Sekito, has secured an order for a 200 kW microturbine-based system for an oil and gas application owned by a major global oil and gas company.

Develop West Philippine Sea as offshore wind power source: solon

A lawmaker on Sunday urged the incoming administration of President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. to ask Norway to develop the West Philippine Sea as a source of clean and renewable offshore wind energy. In a statement, Makati City Rep. Luis Campos Jr. said offshore wind farms in the West Philippine Sea would be consistent with […]

Vietnam floats prospect of resuming nuclear power development

“Developing nuclear power is an ongoing inevitable trend in the world,” Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien told the National Assembly on Monday, according to a statement posted on the government’s website.

Singapore’s Mooreast targets floating renewable energy sector with its mooring solutions

Singapore’s Mooreast Holdings has announced plans to expand its mooring and rigging solutions products range and to enhance partnerships with international players as it eyes expansion in the global floating offshore renewable energy sector following an IPO last November.

Marcos wants lower electricity prices, nuclear energy

MANILA, Philippines – President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said on Thursday, May 26, that he will be pushing for lower electricity rates, as he mentioned adding nuclear power to the energy mix.

Vietnam company to invest $840 mln in country’s first green hydrogen plant

HANOI, May 25 (Reuters) – Construction is due to start on Vietnam’s first green hydrogen plant next month, the government said on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian country seeks to boost the use of cleaner energy while reducing dependence on coal in its power mix.

More energy plants for Visayas ‘soon’

HYDROPOWER and geothermal power plants will soon be built in the Visayas to provide additional power supply in the island. Department of Energy (DOE) Visayas Director Russ Mark Gamallo said a feasibility study on hydropower plant is being conducted in Western Visayas, while the proposed geothermal power plant in Carigara, Leyte has already been approved.

Indonesia has no plan to reduce palm oil in biodiesel mix: Minister

Indonesia has no plans to reduce the percentage of palm oil in biodiesel below its current level of 30 per cent in order to ensure the country’s energy supply, its minister for economic affairs, Airlangga Hartarto, told Reuters on Monday (May 23).

Duterte: Next gov’t should consider using nuclear energy

President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday expressed hope that the next administration will explore the possibility of using nuclear energy in the Philippines amid rising oil prices. Oil prices have surged for more than 10 straight weeks as the Russia-Ukraine war affected the global crude oil supply since late February this year.

Philippines an emerging wind power market in Asia – report

Globally, GWEC Market Intelligence expects 557 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity—or more than 110 GW of new installations each year until 2026 – will be added in the next five years under current policies.