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UAE’s Tabreed aims for South-East Asia expansion as district cooling demand surges

The National Central Cooling Company, better known as Tabreed, is looking at markets including Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia to expand its footprint in Asia as it anticipates a surge in demand for cooling services in the region.

Globe Telecom uses Nokia’s energy saving SaaS in the Philippines

Philippines telco Globe Telecom is using Nokia’s AVA energy efficiency software to drive lower network power consumption and costs.

Malaysia’s first battery storage-integrated EV charging system opens with seven more to follow

Malaysia’s minister of works has celebrated the inauguration of the country’s first-ever battery energy storage system (BESS) supplied to an electric vehicle (EV) charging station.

In Sarawak, 43 rural schools equipped with hybrid solar systems

KUCHING, Oct 21 ― A total of 43 rural schools in Sarawak have been equipped with hybrid solar systems. This is a government project under the Sarawak Rural Schools Hybrid Solar Project. A recent project handover ceremony was held for four packages involving seven districts in Sarawak.

Madius: SESB to instal battery energy storage system to solve Sabah’s electricity supply issue

KOTA KINABALU, Oct 19 — Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) will carry out the installation of a battery energy storage system with a capacity of 100MW as a short-term solution to the power supply issue in the state, said its chairman Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau.

Schneider Electric invests in green data centre solution in Singapore

Schneider Electric is investing S$1.2 million to collaborate with the Sustainable Tropical Data Centre Testbed (STDCT) in Singapore and create green and efficient cooling solutions for data centres.

Malaysia to regulate large power users, sees $20 billion in energy savings by 2050

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Malaysia’s parliament on Wednesday passed a law that will require the country’s biggest energy consumers to implement power-saving measures, as it looks to slash its energy consumption and carbon emissions.

Malaysia parliament approves energy efficiency law

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 11 (Reuters) – Malaysia’s parliament on Wednesday passed a law that will require the country’s biggest energy consumers to implement power-saving measures, as it looks to slash its energy consumption and carbon emissions.

Carrier teams up with regulators on green initiative

Carrier Brunei teamed up with regulators to spearhead a new programme to train heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians on the safe handling of low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant R-32.

Philippines’ Lopez Group installing 40MW of battery storage at geothermal power plants

A renewable energy subsidiary of the Philippine conglomerate Lopez Group has contracted for the deployment of battery energy storage system (BESS) resources at three geothermal sites in the country.