ENEOS Corporation, SEFC Energy and Sumitomo Corporation have announced a joint plan to establish a hydrogen supply chain using renewable energy in Malaysia.
The South East Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF), a collaboration of international foundations seeking to accelerate the low-carbon transition in Southeast Asia, has invested at the development phase of a floating solar and storage project in Dong Nai province in southeastern Vietnam.
An orphanage in Haiti and a Covid response center in Myanmar will receive energy storage systems through a SimpliPhi Power donation program that aims to provide clean energy to communities in need. The donations are through “IDEA: a campaign to Deliver Energy Access,” an initiative SimpliPhi Power started in January with several partners.
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 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.
(Reuters) – Five companies from Singapore and two from Japan have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore hydrogen as a low-carbon alternative to power Singapore’s energy future, the companies said in a statement on Monday.
Technology firm Hitachi ABB Power Grids has been selected to provide its energy storage solution for Singapore’s first virtual power plant.
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.
A Florida-based e-mobility company and a business park operator have pledged to invest up to $1 billion into the planned factory, in Chonburi province, starting with a 1 GWh section likely to take shape in 2023.
THAILAND: The Ministry of Transport is pushing ahead with the procurement of battery railcars, and consideration is being given to local production and the conversion of existing diesel locomotives to battery power.