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87% of power lines restored post-Odette, but distribution a problem

MANILA, Philippines – The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) said 87% of power transmission lines have been restored in areas affected by Typhoon Odette, but distribution facilities need fixing before electricity can return to households.

Cambodian premier urges citizens to ‘save energy’

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.

China plays key role in securing energy security in Cambodia: officials, academics

China has played a crucial role in securing Cambodia’s energy security, which is a key element for socio-economic development, Cambodian officials and academics said on June 14. Ministry of Mines and Energy spokesman and director-general for Energy, Heng Kunleang, said Chinese-invested projects such as hydropower dams, coal-fired power plants, and solar power plants accounted for […]

Consumer group blasts fuel tariff hike

The Thailand Consumer Council (TCC) has opposed a planned hike in fuel tariffs (FT) in May, labelling it “excessive power security”.

DoE backs power industry system audit after typhoon damage

THE Department of Energy (DoE) said on Monday that it is seeking a system audit of the power sector after Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) did extensive damage to the industry.

DOE sees adequate power supply during elections period

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Energy (DOE) said Friday that there will be sufficient power supply during elections period, adding that it does not foresee any shortage in reserves in the first three weeks of May.

DOST agency develops power backup system

MANILA – The Industrial Technology Development Institute (ITDI) has developed a power backup system for use during outages.

Electricity retailers offer longer-term fixed price contracts for businesses amid increased market volatility

Longer-term fixed price electricity contracts are now available for business consumers amid increased price volatility, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) said on Thursday (Mar 10).

Electricity, gas tariffs to increase for next three months amid rising costs

SINGAPORE – Most households will see higher electricity bills for at least the next three months, with the electricity tariff for the next quarter going up by 5.6 per cent on the back of rising fuel prices.

Energy Minister inspects fuel infrastructure in Labuan Bajo

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Arifin Tasrif visited several fuel infrastructures in Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), as part of efforts to increase security and reorganize logistics operations. The visit was also aimed at ensuring the affordability of energy access for the public, the main topic of discussion at the 2nd Energy […]