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EVN reduces electricity purchases as consumption drops

According to the Vietnam Electricity Regulatory Authority (A0), electricity consumption in the country continued to decrease in the first two weeks of September 2021.

Smart homes set to become mainstream

Home automation and energy management are expected to become the mainstream in the near future, buoyed by the rise of new advanced technologies and electric vehicles (EVs), says Schneider Electric, an energy management and automation specialist.

Power firm launches multi-sectoral movement for carbon-neutral PH

DUMAGUETE CITY – Racing against time to address the worsening climate change crisis, multi-sectoral representatives have joined a movement initiated by geothermal power leader Energy Development Corporation (EDC) aimed at attaining zero carbon emissions among businesses in the country.

Asean power grid – option for S’pore to source green energy

Clean or renewable energy usually tops the list of changes the world can implement to stave off the worsening effects of climate change.

ACEN firms up sale of 2 power barges

MANILA, Philippines — AC Energy Corp. (ACEN) has firmed up the sale of two of its aging diesel-fired power barges to SPC Island Power Corp.

Govt outlines eight strategies for boosting electricity supply

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Government will use eight strategies ranging from streamlining regulations to developing smart grid technology to boost national electricity supply, Director General of Electricity at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry Rida Mulyana has said.

Toshiba to Supply Hydro Turbines for Kerinci Merangin Hydro Electric Power Plant in Indonesia

KAWASAKI, Japan, Sept. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (hereinafter “Toshiba ESS”) announced today that Toshiba Hydro Power (Hangzhou) Co., Ltd. (THPC), a Chinese subsidiary of Toshiba ESS, and PT. Toshiba Asia Pacific Indonesia (TAPI),

Droughts and political risk challenge hydro’s place in energy mixture

The Minister for Mines and Energy is giving nothing away on how hydropower figures in Cambodia’s draft power development plan (PDP). However, he did say the PDP would not turn its back on established power sources, such as coal- and oil-fired power plants because of expectations that electricity demand will rebound to at least pre-Covid […]

Condo developers, owners accused of fixing electricity prices too high

Some condominium developers have been accused of over-inflating electricity and other utility prices, leaving many people confused and some seriously out of pocket.

Singapore to trial import of renewable hydropower from Laos in cross-border power trade deal

SINGAPORE – The Republic will begin trialling the import of renewable hydropower from Laos via Thailand and Malaysia, following an agreement between Keppel Electric and Electricite Du Laos (EDL) announced on Wednesday (Sept 15).