SINGAPORE, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — 3DOM, Inc. (“3DOM”), a Japan-based smart energy solutions provider, furthered its expansion in Southeast Asia with the announcement today it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with Ayeyarwaddy Development Public Co. Ltd. (“ADPCL”) on 6th November 2020 for cooperation on a rooftop solar power solution with battery energy storage system (BESS) at the Pathein Industrial City […]
TOKYO — Japan, the U.S., Australia and the 10 members of ASEAN are forming a partnership to commercialize the technology behind carbon capture, utilization and storage as early as this decade, opening up ways to bury carbon dioxide in Southeast Asia to reduce emissions.
ENEOS has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sarawak Economic Development Company (SEDC) Energy and Sumitomo to consider collaborating on establishing a CO2-free hydrogen supply chain using renewable energy.
While it was initially hamstrung by the niggling health crisis, Aboitiz Power Corporation indicated that it will still advance its planned investment expansion in the Southeast Asian region – specifically in Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar.
ENEOS Corporation, SEFC Energy and Sumitomo Corporation have announced a joint plan to establish a hydrogen supply chain using renewable energy in Malaysia.
The Singapore government is setting aside SG$49 million ($36.05 million) to drive research and development (R&D) efforts in low-carbon energy technologies such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS). It also announced an initiative to pilot a lithium-ion battery energy storage on a “floating” lab, utilising seawater to cool the battery cells.
Singapore has deployed its first utility-scale energy storage system at a substation in Woodlands, said the Energy Market Authority (EMA) on Thursday (Oct 22).
The customer will leverage the solution to ensure grid flexibility and reliability and further integration of renewables capacity.
Indonesia has mobilized three of its biggest state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and opened talks with two foreign multinationals to bring Southeast Asia’s largest economy into the world’s highly lucrative electric vehicle (EV) battery market.
Indonesia Asahan Aluminium, the state-owned mining holding company, has unveiled a $12 billion plan to create an integrated electric vehicle battery industry called Indonesia Baterai to spearhead its effort to become a global player in the green energy technology.