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Vietnam’s potential of biomass energy

Biomass energy is energy generated or produced by living or once-living organisms. The most common biomass materials used for energy are plants and wood.

Covid delays WtE power plant

The prolongation of the Covid-19 outbreak has led to a delay in a feasibility study of building a waste-to-energy (WtE) plant with at least 50MW of total electricity generating capacity near Phnom Penh, according to Ministry of Mines and Energy spokesman Victor Jona.

‘We attack,’ Indonesia declares in joint bid with Malaysia to shield palm oil

JAKARTA — Palm oil giants Indonesia and Malaysia are teaming up to fight what they call a smear campaign targeted at the commodity. The move sets the stage for what activists say will be a costly PR war that takes the focus away from efforts to clean up the industry.

5% biodiesel blend to save P13-B in foreign exchange

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) plan to increase the biodiesel blend to 5.0 percent by volume (B5) this year is seen to translate to P13 billion in foreign exchange (forex) savings for the Philippines.

Ensuring good idea doesn’t go to waste

Thailand is the world leader in turning waste to energy.

DOE targets hike in biodiesel blend to B5 this year

The Department of Energy (DOE) is targeting to increase to 5.0-percent by volume the biodiesel blend in petroleum products, citing the sufficiency of supply to meet such policy prescription.

Velasco urges Senate to pass waste-to-energy bill

MANILA – Speaker Lord Allan Velasco on Thursday urged the Senate to pass a measure allowing the use of waste-to-energy (WTE) technologies to help solve the country’s garbage problem.

Coal and the energy transition in APAC

Coal continues to play a prominent role in power generation in APAC. Fortunately, there are technologies and processes that help us reduce carbon emissions from thermal generation.

Malaysia files dispute with WTO over EU palm biofuel curbs

Malaysia is in the process of instituting legal action at the global trade watchdog, the World Trade Organization (WTO), against the EU and member states France and Lithuania, in particular, for restricting palm oil-based biofuel production. This was according to a recent statement by the Malaysian government.

Malaysia gears up for court action with EU in palm oil dispute

Malaysia is set to take legal action at the global trade watchdog against the European Union and member states France and Lithuania for restricting palm oil-based biofuels in an ongoing row about access to markets.