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Singapore launches consultation on coal phase-out criteria

Singapore’s central bank has launched a public consultation on the detailed threshold and criteria for incorporating the financing of phasing out coal-fired power plants into its green finance taxonomy.

Indonesia aims to cut emissions by 358 mln tons of CO2e

Indonesia is committed to reducing emissions in the energy sector by 358 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) by 2030, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Airlangga Hartarto has said.

Renewables, Energy Cooperation

EGAT and network partners announced their collaboration to implement the royal initiatives of His Majesty the King for taking care of the society, community, and environment, supporting energy efficiency, and raising the standard of Thai youth; to help drive Thailand toward a sustainable low carbon society.

USTDA funds Thailand’s supply chain resilience

The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has granted funds to the Thai Ministry of Transport’s Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning (OTP) to improve Thailand’s supply chain and reduce carbon emissions in its freight transportation system.

Vietnam offers initiatives to promote cooperation to reduce emissions in Asia

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Trần Hồng Hà has presented several important initiatives of Việt Nam during the Asia Zero Emission Community (AZEC) Ministerial Meeting in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday.

Japan pledges financial support to help ASEAN’s decarbonisation

Japan’s government pledged financial and technological support to help ASEAN countries accelerate their efforts to decarbonise their economies and combat global climate change, its industry minister said on Saturday.

Savills launches energy and sustainability management department

Savills Singapore has announced the launch of an energy and sustainability management (ESM) department in response to the increasing demand for green properties. The increased demand comes amid rising public awareness of sustainability and the implementation of Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 to achieve net-zero carbon emission.

Shell Malaysia unveils carbon-neutral engine oils – Helix Power 5W-40 oil launched, RM280 for 4L pack

Shell Malaysia has launched its range of carbon-neutral fully synthetic engine oils today, which is comprised of the Shell Helix Power and Protect range of engine lubricants for petrol and diesel-powered passenger vehicles.

Decarbonisation of Malaysia’s power sector cheaper than ‘business as usual’: industry watchers

Malaysia could save as much as US$250 billion on its cumulative energy system if it aligned its decarbonisation efforts with a 1.5 degrees Celsius scenario, making for a “compelling cost argument”, according to International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).  

Vietnam’s CEP Industry: Sustainability Challenges But Big Potential

Vietnam’s courier, express, and parcel (CEP) industry is showing impressive potential, but its impact on the environment is a significant problem. That said, recent government action and regulations may lead to changes in the way delivery businesses operate in Vietnam.