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A renewable energy company in Thailand has electric vehicle dreams

Many people expect electric vehicles to be fixtures in a future world that relies on renewable energy. But not many EV companies started out as renewable energy companies.

ABeam upbeat on electric vehicle industry

The electric vehicle (EV) industry in Thailand is expected to grow rapidly after the pandemic is controlled, given the government’s greater efforts to boost EV sales and production, says global consulting firm ABeam Consulting (Thailand).

ADB, Energy Absolute Sign Green Loan for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle Charging Network

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (Energy Absolute) signed a 1.5 billion Thai baht ($47.62 million) green loan to finance ongoing renewable energy projects and a countrywide electric vehicle charging network in Thailand.

Airbus eyes hydrogen hub in Singapore

AIRBUS has signed a cooperation agreement with aviation sectors in Singapore to study the potential for a future hydrogen hub and decarbonized aviation industry in the city state.

All trams in Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park to run on electricity; Mandai carpark to have 30 electric vehicle chargers

SINGAPORE – All trams at the Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park will be converted to run on electricity by the end of the year, as Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) makes a major commitment to reduce its carbon emissions through more sustainable transport.

An idea to electrify 1 million boats in Southeast Asia—inspired by Ikea

All around Southeast Asia, experiments in the electrification of transport are underway. Buses in Thailand, cars in Malaysia, scooters in Myanmar, bicycles in Singapore, and jeepneys in the Philippines. But, as sea levels rise around the climate-vulnerable sub-region, what about transport of the seafaring variety? Hans van Mameren, a septuagenarian Dutchman who runs Singapore-based renewable energy […]

An inside look into VinFast, Vietnam’s Tesla hopeful with lofty goals

Vingroup just hosted Elite Vietnam Tour – a four-day, multicity extravaganza aimed at convincing attendees that the company’s electric car division, VinFast, can make good on its lofty goals.

Analysis-To benefit the climate, Indonesia’s electric vehicle push needs greener power

KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Indonesia’s electric vehicle drive is likely to overtake its ambitious biodiesel programme within a decade, but will only achieve its aim of helping curb climate change if the country ramps up clean energy investment, environmental researchers say.

ANDRITZ : to supply flue gas treatment systems for the Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) in Singapore

International technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from Keppel Seghers to supply flue gas treatment systems for the IWMF Phase 1 WTE (Waste-to-Energy) facilities in Singapore.

ASEAN countries start to shake off smokestack addiction

JAKARTA/BANGKOK/LONDON — Fossil fuel-reliant Southeast Asian nations have begun moving away from oil, coal and other polluting resources, swayed by a global push for decarbonization, with Indonesia’s state-owned public utility promising a full exit from coal in four decades.