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Indonesia`s Target of Electrification Set at 99.9 Percent in 2019

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The government has set target for Indonesian electrification ratio at 99.9 percent in 2019 with higher contribution of renewable energy. Data at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry showed that in the past eight years, ratio electrification has risen from 67.2 percent to 98.05 percent with electricity still generated mainly with fossil energy. […]

Government to reduce fuel, gas use for electricity

The government is reducing the use of fuel and gas for electricity, a policy that is stipulated in a revision of the Electricity Procurement Plan (RUPTL) from 2019 to 2028, which is being discussed by the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry and state-owned electricity company PLN. The policy is part of a wider effort to […]

EMC Launches Electricity Procurement Portal for Singapore Businesses

PowerSelect’s unique live auction helps businesses secure best electricity offers in shortest possible time SINGAPORE, Nov 23, 2018 – (ACN Newswire) – PowerSelect, a new online portal which helps Singapore businesses purchase electricity more efficiently, has enabled its first customer, Sakae Holdings, to save more than $12,000 in electricity bills over the next 12 months*. […]

TEPCO invests in Coc San hydro project, Vietnam

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. (TEPCO) is looking to increase the efficiency of the 29.7MW Coc San Hydropower Plant in Vietnam after acquiring a 36.38% stake in project operator Viet Hydro Pte Ltd, the majority shareholder of Lao Cai Renewable Energy Joint Stock Company. The company acquired the shares from InfraCo Asia Development Pte. […]

Malaysian minister sets Parliament record for fastest ministerial replies

KUALA LUMPUR – Yeo Bee Yin  set a record in Parliament for the fastest ministerial replies. The Minister of Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment took nine minutes to reply to questions raised by Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong (BN-Ayer Hitam) and Steven Choong Shiau Yoon (PH-Tebrau) on electricity tariffs imposed on […]

Ministry to study proposal to standardise electricity tariffs for school and Govt buildings

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 21): The Government will study proposals to standardise the electricity tariffs for school and Government buildings, said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin. She said electricity rates were now determined every three years, with the rates in Peninsular Malaysia using the Incentive-Based Regulation (IBR) mechanism. She said […]

DOE racing to bring electricity to all rural areas by 2020

The Department of Energy (DOE) said it will assemble a team that would help the agency bring electricity to all households, particularly in rural areas, by 2020. Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi met with officials and board of directors of the National Electrification Administration and Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association Inc. last Monday to discuss […]

Senoko Energy hits over 1,000 signups in first phase launch of open electricity market

They are offering two fixed price plans for 24 and 12 months. Stefano Boscaglia, Senoko Energy’s senior vice president, SME and Consumer Sales, discusses how one of Singapore’s oldest generation companies is responding to the complete rollout of Singapore’s electricity market which opened on 1 November. Boscaglia shares how customer response has fulfilled their expectations […]

Nhon Trach 2 thermal power plant produces 35 billion kWh in 7 years

Dong Nai (VNA) – The Nhon Trach 2 thermal power plant in the southern province of Dong Nai has generated 35 billion kWh for the national grid over just seven years of operation, announced the PetroVietnam Power Nhon Trach 2 company on November 20. With a designed capacity of 750 MW, the facility was estimated […]

Singapore’s Energy Market Company to help firms pick electricity retailer in 15 minutes

It launched a procurement portal, PowerSelect, which also houses electricity futures data. Previously, Singapore firms had to wait for one to two months to find an electricity retailer, because they still need to brief and negotiate with retailers face-to-face individually as well as receive and compare quotations. But weeks after the liberalisation of Singapore’s electricity […]