Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) said the probe on massive power outages affecting several states in Peninsular Malaysia is expected to be completed within a month.
The UN official made the remark in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency in Hanoi on July 29. In regard to how Vietnam can successfully pursue an inclusive and green economic rebound in the post-COVID-19 period, she recommended the country to focus on energy security and energy access for everyone. The UN official also […]
Kanni Wignaraja, UN Assistant Secretary-General and UNDP Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, said she expected Vietnam can show that there’s a different way to do development and that amidst the uncertain global economic outlook, Vietnam can prove itself as an attractive place for investment by doing a greener, more inclusive development.
The UN official made the remark in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency in Hanoi on July 29. In regard to how Vietnam can successfully pursue an inclusive and green economic rebound in the post-COVID-19 period, she recommended the country to focus on energy security and energy access for everyon
PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is working on restoring electricity supply in several parts of the country after a major blackout this afternoon. In a brief statement posted on its Facebook page, TNB said its technical team was investigating the cause of the blackout and was working hard to restore supply.
JAKARTA: Indonesia is offering five exploration oil and gas working areas and on ..
July 19 (Reuters) – Singapore’s Sembcorp Industries Ltd on Tuesday forecast a “materially higher” first-half period than a year ago, driven by its conventional energy segment on the back of higher electricity prices in the city-state and India.
A senator is calling on the country’s next energy chief to step up and push for the country’s self-sufficiency amid growing energy demand. Sen. Win Gatchalian, outgoing chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy, shared in an interview with CNN Philippines’ The Source on Wednesday the ideal qualities of the next Department of Energy secretary […]
SYDNEY, July 13 (Reuters) – Indonesia, the world’s biggest exporter of coal used in power plants, will be able to increase output to help meet demand from countries that have lost supplies from Russia, its energy minister said on Wednesday.
The sanctions on Russia, one of the major global energy suppliers, due to its ongoing war on Ukraine, have triggered calls for “saving energy” in Cambodia.