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Romblon officials seek ERC help in preventing provincial power crisis

MANILA, Philippines — The Provincial Board of Romblon and nine mayors have sought the help of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to help them prevent a power crisis on Tablas Island.   Read more: Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook

Thailand’s EGCO Group gains foothold in US power market

Stake in 972MW gas-fired facility in New Jersey opens further investment opportunities

INEC provides additional fuel storage capacity to Banelco

MANILA, Philippines — Vivant Energy’s subsidiary Isla Norte Energy Corp. (INEC) has installed an additional fuel storage to ensure reliable and stable power supply to the Bantayan Island in Cebu.

Two power plants planned in Laos for sale of electricity to Cambodia

Construction of two coal-fired power plants will begin at the end of this year in Sekong province in the southeast of Laos, according to a senior government official.

5.0 MW Genset ready to support new energy source in Isabela City

ISABELA CITY, Basilan, Feb 5 (PIA) – The 5.0 MW Generating Set of Basilan Diesel Power Plant of the National Power Corporation was inaugurated at the BASELCO Compound, Binuangan Barangay, Isabela City on Tuesday (Feb 2).

PSALM seeks offers anew for Malaya thermal power plant

MANILA, Philippines — State-run Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp. (PSALM) is seeking offers for the 650-megawatt (MW) Malaya thermal power plant (TPP) in Rizal, which will be bid out in April.

Hitachi ABB Power Grids to provide energy storage solution for Singapore’s first virtual power plant

Hitachi ABB Power Grids has been selected to deploy its innovative energy storage solution to support the development of Singapore’s first Virtual Power Plant (VPP) project.

Sun Cable, Australian NTG ink Australian-ASEAN Power Link deal

Singapore-based Sun Cable and the Australian Northern Territory Government (NTG) have signed a project development agreement for the Australian-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), which would see the territory hosting one of the largest renewable energy systems across the globe.

Deadline for Participation in Thailand’s VSPP and Community Power Plant Projects Draws Near

The application period for very small power producers (VSPPs) aiming to participate in the community power plant project is fast drawing to a close, with the deadline set for February 4, 2021.

Poised to Lead: Thailand sets sights on changing the way Asia harnesses power

The ASEAN power industry is on the cusp of change, but in which direction will it go, and will Thailand be leading the charge? The best way to spur change and ensure key players’ backing often is to relay what positive results the other parties can expect. This tactic is one Thailand has incorporated when […]