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Rising Prices Forcing Myanmar Truckers to Stop Operations

Rising fuel prices and other costs in Myanmar are forcing freight firms to suspend operations, according to industry insiders.

Myanmar Junta Rolls Back NLD Reforms, Revives Previous Regime’s Plans

When Myanmar’s military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing seized power in a coup on Feb. 1, it not only stalled the country’s democratization, but marked a U-turn to the time of U Thein Sein’s quasi-civilian government.

Malaysia’s climate plan is high on ambition, but concerns linger over execution: Experts

BANGKOK: When Malaysia enters negotiations at global climate change talks beginning at the end of this month in Glasgow, it will be with momentum from a sweeping and ambitious national plan for a greener and cleaner future.

Indonesia scales up renewable energy plans

Indonesia has raised its new and renewable energy generation target to 51.6pc from an earlier proposal of 48pc in its 2021-30 electricity plan, with an aim of reducing its reliance on thermal power.

Crude palm oil futures on Bursa Malaysia cross MR5,000/mt mark

The front-month October palm oil contract on the Bursa Malaysia crossed the MR5,000/mt mark Oct. 6 on short covering activities.

Malaysia energy security stable

MALAYSIA’S energy security is in good shape as the country’s electricity generation sources have been successfully diversified, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed 

Govt targets 100-percent electrification in 2022

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The government is committed to increasing electricity access for people living in the outermost, remote, and underdeveloped (3T) areas through the 100-percent electrification target next year, the Energy and Mineral Resources Minister has said.

Sarawak Energy: Sesco suffered losses of RM81 million through electricity theft

KUCHING, Oct 2 — Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) today said that its utility arm Syarikat Sesco Berhad (Sesco) suffered losses of RM81 million as of May this year through electricity thefts over the years.

ECCP, PEIC reinforcing calls for PH to step up energy self-sufficiency

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) and the Philippine Energy Independence Council (PEIC) have been reinforcing calls to step up the country’s energy self-sufficiency, albeit with caution that technology deployments must lean on cleaner resources to align such goal with the decarbonization targets cast through the climate change diplomacy of the Paris […]

No incentive price extension for wind power plants: ministry

The Ministry of Industry and Trade said Friday it would not consider extending the feed-in-tariff incentive price for wind power projects after Oct 31.