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Phnom Penh Power Plant: An Investment for the Future of Cambodia

The Phnom Penh power station supports Cambodia’s decarbonization goals. The 200-MW facility’s 11 dual-fuel engines can operate on heavy fuel oil today, with a goal of using much-lower-emission natural gas when the necessary infrastructure is constructed in the future. The technology is uniquely suited for developing countries that want to reach their climate targets but […]

Vietnam aims for 21GW of offshore wind power by 2045

Vietnam has set a goal of reaching 30 gigawatts (GW) to 50GW of offshore wind power generating capacity by 2030 and 21GW by 2045.

The ‘energy patriots’ bringing electricity to Indonesia’s remote villages

For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm. With students studying by candlelight at night and health centres not running at full capacity, these communities face an uphill struggle to improve their well-being.

Local electricity products will boost industrial sector performance

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita has said that he believes the local product utilization policy and the rapid development of electricity infrastructure will boost the national industrial sector’s performance.

Vietnam PM approves power bill cut for Covid-19 affected companies

HANOI, Aug 29 (Vietnam News/ANN): The Prime Minister has approved the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) proposal to cut power bills for enterprises for three months in provinces and cities applying social distancing, according to a Government resolution that has been issued.

Indonesia presses for TKDN certification for electricity products

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The government continues to encourage electricity products in Indonesia to have a local content requirement (TKDN) certificate in a bid to substitute imported products while fostering greater self-reliance in the local electricity industry.

Laws proposed to set emissions standards for power generation companies in Singapore

SINGAPORE – Singapore is considering setting green standards for power generation companies here, as part of the county’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

Sual power station ordered locked down, but to continue operating

The Sual Power Station, the largest coal-fired power plant in the country and the main source of electricity of the Luzon grid, will be placed under lockdown because of a COVID-19 outbreak among its employees. The power plant though would continue operating.

Plus Xnergy introduces solar rent-to-own programme for Malaysian households

KUALA LUMPUR: Clean energy provider Plus Xnergy Holdings Sdn Bhd has introduced a solar rent-to-own programme that would help Malaysian households reduce monthly electricity bills.

Govt data shows Malaysia’s monthly inflation down in July, partly due to Pemulih electricity discounts

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 — Malaysia’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) went down by 0.6 per cent last month compared to June, due to factors such as the discounts to consumers’ electricity bills under the government’s Pemulih economic package, the Department of Statistics of Malaysia (DoSM) said today.