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MyHIJAU sharps waste containers used in hospitals nationwide

KUALA LUMPUR: MyHIJAU Mark Sharps Waste Containers (with triple-lock closure system), produced by Medical Apparatus Supplies Sdn Bhd, are listed in the Health Ministry’s Approved Product List.

Ministry holds road test for B40-fueled diesel engine vehicles

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry on Wednesday conducted a road test for diesel engine vehicles operating on Biodiesel 40 (B40), which contains 40 percent biofuel made from palm oil and 60 percent diesel.

Vietnam’s largest waste-to-energy plant begins operation

Vietnam’s largest waste-to-energy plant, capable of handling 4,000 tons of dry waste a day, began operations Monday morning in Hanoi.

Indonesia “very likely” to delay B35 biodiesel rollout, energy ministry official says

JAKARTA, July 19 (Reuters) – Indonesia is “very likely” to delay the rollout of biodiesel with 35% palm oil content, known as B35, which was previously expected to start on July 20, energy ministry official Dadan Kusdiana said on Tuesday.

Active Energy awarded Malaysian patent for CoalSwitch

Alliance News – Active Energy Group PLC on Monday said it has been awarded a Malaysian patent for its CoalSwitch product. Active Energy is a London-based biomass-focused renewable energy business. CoalSwitch is a biomass fuel that can be either used with, or replace, coal entirely.

Indonesia promoting biofuels for people-centered energy transition

Indonesia is promoting the use of biofuels for achieving a fair, equitable, and people-centered energy transition, according to the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry. “Speaking of green jobs, the biofuel industry is the second-largest renewable energy sector in terms of employment, behind solar energy. It is estimated that the biofuel industry employs around 2.4 million […]

Malakoff said to have won contract for waste-to-energy plant in Melaka

INDEPENDENT power producer Malakoff Corp Bhd is understood to have won a contract for the development of a waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Sungai Udang, Melaka, according to someone with knowledge of the matter. The project was put out to tender by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) in February 2021.

Renewable Energy: the Challenges of Biomass Development in Indonesia

Considering Indonesia is committed to the development of renewable energy in a bid to cut the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, while at the same time reducing its traditional dependence on fossil fuels such as coal and (mainly imported) diesel in terms of the energy supply, biomass is one of the options that can offer a […]

Goodfuels opens Singapore hub to meet growing biofuel demand

GoodFuels is expanding its activities into the Asia-Pacific region with the opening of a first office in Singapore. This new permanent presence in the region will enable GoodFuels to respond to fast-growing global demand for its advanced sustainable biofuels, which reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping by up to 90%.

Local plantation and palm oil indices rise as tight supply boosts stocks

The Bursa Malaysia Plantation Index and the FBM Palm Oil Plantation-NC Index have emerged among the local bourse’s top performing indices in the morning session as selected index heavyweight stocks gained on rising crude palm oil (CPO) price.