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San Miguel readies region’s largest battery energy storage system

Listed conglomerate San Miguel Corp. is offering battery energy storage system for about P2 to P3 per kilowatt-hour as part of its efforts to increase its portfolio of sustainable power supply solutions, its top executive said. Read more: Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook

Thai industries want to produce energy to combat rising costs

A survey by the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) revealed that Thailand’s industrial sector wants to produce its own electricity to combat the rising cost of energy but they need government support to make it work.

Pavilion Energy Brings Digital LNG Bunkering to Port of Singapore

The Port of Singapore’s plans to accelerate digitization of bunkering services have received a boost with the development of a fit-for-purpose LNG digital bunkering solution. Singapore-based Pavilion Energy announced that it has partnered with DNV in developing a tailored digital bunkering platform dubbed ‘FuelBoss’ which will be deployed at the port of Singapore. As a digitalized […]

Bogor to Utilize Electric Vehicles as Official Govt Transport Next Year

The Bogor City administration has prepared a budget of Rp1.8 billion to procure electric vehicles to be used as official government transportation, which comes in line with the Presidential Instruction (Inpres) concerning the electrification of government official vehicles.

October power generation charges may rise due to weak peso

The sharp depreciation of the peso against the dollar alongside higher charges at the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) could raise Manila Electric Co. (Meralco)’s generation charge for October

ERC begins reset process for power transmission rates

The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has begun the process of resetting transmission rates, one of the charges power distributors levy on electricity consumers. The ERC promulgated Resolution No. 08, Series of 2022, or the Amended Rules for Setting Transmission Wheeling Rates, to restore balance in transmission regulation. It jump-starts the rate reset process of the country’s sole […]

Expansion Project Furthers Indonesia’s Increase in Power Generation

Indonesia is among the world’s top exporters of thermal coal, but like many other countries has said it will phase out its own coal-fired power plants as part of a plan to make its power generation carbon-neutral.

Dewan Rakyat paves way for Sabah’s autonomy in electricity supply

Amendments to two energy laws have been passed, as part of the federal government’s review of restoring autonomous powers to Sabah and Sarawak.

Short Position – EVs in Malaysia, Green certification on the rise

Sime Darby Bhd’s move to distribute China based BYD’s cars like the Atto 3 and the new e6 models in Malaysia, analysts speculate, is expected to drive down prices of electric vehicles (EV) but will not fundamentally change the market with EVs set to remain a niche market for automakers in the country despite the […]

Lower electricity tariffs from October to December after 6 consecutive hikes

Electricity tariffs will be lower for the October to December period compared with the previous quarter, SP Group said on Friday (Sep 30) after six consecutive quarters of increase.