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Will lower prices in open market make consumers use more electricity? Experts weigh in

SINGAPORE: As electricity retailers in the Open Electricity Market (OEM) dangle discounted tariffs at cost-savvy consumers, experts are divided over whether this could lead to higher consumption. Some said this could lead to a “rebound effect”, which refers to consumers using more electricity because it is cheaper. Others said the OEM would make users more aware […]

Will Singaporeans change their lifestyles to fight climate change? An app can help

The fight against climate change is a race against time. Countries and businesses aim to transform their economies to meet carbon reduction goals, but what if the world cannot innovate its way out of the climate crisis?

Will the Elemental Analysis of Algae Benefit the Renewable Energy Field?

Researchers at the Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei, recently explored the benefits of creating a microalgae-coal blend fuel option, and the team found that the field of renewable energy may benefit from the elemental analysis of algae. In a study published in 2019 in the journal Renewable Energy, the team outlines how they used elemental analysis, alongside […]

World Bank funds $86m for Vietnam energy efficiency projects

The World Bank has given a $11.3m grant to the State Bank of Vietnam on behalf of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) so it can lend companies money to improve energy efficiency.

World Bank okays $86 mln for energy efficiency in Vietnam

The World Bank will provide Vietnam with $86.3 million to support the development of a commercial financing market for investing in industrial energy efficiency.

Xodus to design Petronas’ first CCS facility

PETRONAS has awarded energy consultancy Xodus the conceptual engineering design contract for the state-energy firm’s first complete CCS project.

Yeo: Malaysia can save at least RM47bil over 15 years by being more energy efficient

KUALA LUMPUR: The nation stands to save a minimum of RM47bil over the next 15 years if becomes more energy efficient, says Minister of Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin (pic). To work towards this, 50 government buildings will be retrofitted with energy efficient lightings and appliances by next […]