PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on all sections of society to reduce power consumption to save at least 2 percent annually. The government has warned that ensuring adequate power supply for the next five years would be a challenge. The country now mainly depends on coal-fired power and hydropower. But major dams have kept running out […]
”Power reserves market to launch in 2022′
The target date for the trading of power reserves in the spot market would be moved to 2022, the Independent Electricity Market Operator of the Philippines (IEMOP) said over the weekend.
‘Grid of the future’ to determine energy transition
KUALA LUMPUR (June 6): Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) will continue to give priority to investing in modernising the national grid to become the “grid of the future”, a smart grid that remains dependable, resilient to disruption, smart with digital technology, and flexible in meeting the nation’s energy transition needs.
‘Powering’ up ties between Sarawak and Asean
As Malaysia’s largest renewable energy provider, Sarawak Energy Bhd (Sarawak Energy) is stepping up its game in providing electricity to Indonesia, specifically to Kalimantan, in its mission to becoming a regional powerhouse.
‘Shell divestment in Malampaya won’t affect power supply’
The divestment of Shell Philippines Exploration B.V.(SPEX) in the Malampaya deep water gas-to-power project will not affect the country’s gas and power supply, Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi said.
‘There goes all my profit’: Soaring electricity bills a rude shock for businesses in Singapore
Mr Bernard Tay recalled being gobsmacked when he received the electricity bill for one of the outlets of Jinjja Chicken, his Korean fast-food chain. His Bugis Village outlet’s power bill for December came up to a staggering S$10,654 – more than double what he paid in November and almost five times of October’s.
‘Buy local appliances,’ says energy minister
VP.Start Technology produces GSM products for electric motors. Supplied Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem on Wednesday called on distributors and consumers of electronics and appliances to support Cambodian manufacturers by purchasing locally-made products. Sem made the call during the annual meeting of the Electricity Authority of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. “The Ministry is […]
‘Cambodia Electricity Power Cuts Caused By Drought,’ – Official Reports
Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, could see periodic power outages continue until late May due to an electricity shortage attributed to climate change and drought, the Energy Ministry said Monday. The planned outages, which occurred for several hours on multiple days earlier in some Phnom Penh neighbourhoods, may last until the fourth week of May, Victor […]
‘Coal plants to boost Luzon grid capacity’
Nearly 6,000 megawatts (MW) of total power generation capacity would be added to the Luzon grid until 2025, the Department of Energy (DOE) said.