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TNB, Petronas join forces to advance Malaysia’s carbon-neutral aspirations

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) and Petronas have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen collaboration in driving innovative solutions towards decarbonisation in support of Malaysia’s aspirations to be a carbon-neutral nation by 2050.

Việt Nam needs extra $368 billion to achieve net zero emissions

As the energy industry has a crucial role in achieving net zero emissions by 2050, it requires a structural transition toward green growth. Therefore, Việt Nam needs assistance from developed countries regarding both financial and technical issues.

Indonesia Decarbonizes its Electricity Production

Indonesia aims to be carbon neutral by 2060. Thus, the country is working on its energy mix by developing renewable energies. While the majority of electricity production comes from coal, Jakarta aims to increase the share of renewable energy to 23% by 2025.

Malaysia’s state energy company, 6 Korean companies establish carbon value chain

Samsung Engineering and five other Korean companies signed a memorandum of understanding with Malaysia’s state energy company to establish a carbon value chain between the two countries, the companies said Wednesday. The signing ceremony between Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas), a Malaysian state-run oil company, and the six Korean companies — Samsung Engineering, Samsung Heavy Industries, […]

Malaysia’s state energy company, 6 Korean companies establish carbon value chain

Samsung Engineering and five other Korean companies signed a memorandum of understanding with Malaysia’s state energy company to establish a carbon value chain between the two countries, the companies said Wednesday.

Energy transition collaboration to tackle global warming: Pertamina

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indonesia’s oil and gas state-owned enterprise PT Pertamina has encouraged collaboration between countries for energy transition in order to tackle global warming.

Sri Mulyani: Producing Green Electricity Costs US$243 billion

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati in a webinar on Wednesday said Indonesia will need roughly US$243 billion, or roughly Rp3,500 trillion at the current exchange rate, to produce electricity that is sourced from new and renewable energy.

COP26 President hails Vietnam’s determination in transition to green, renewable energy

National Assembly (NA) Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue had a meeting in London on June 30 (local time) with UK Cabinet Office Minister and President for 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) Alok Sharma who expressed impression at Vietnam’s determination in transition to green and renewable energy.