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Singapore Joins Green-Bond Bonanza With $1.7 Billion Sale

Singapore is raising S$2.4 billion ($1.7 billion) via its first green bond, choosing a 50-year tenor as it joins countries from South Korea to Egypt looking to fund the battle against climate change. The debt maturing in 2072 priced with a yield of 3.04%, according to the Monetary Authority of Singapore. That’s an 11 basis-point tightening compared with the […]

INDONESIA AND UNITED STATES DEEPEN CLEAN ENERGY PARTNERSHIP

On August 3, Indonesia, through its national power utility company, PT PLN (Persero), and the United States, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), have strengthened their partnership to accelerate Indonesia’s transition to a cleaner and more sustainable energy sector.

Japan energy trio team up to reduce CO2 in Malaysia

Japanese energy company Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd. (JAPEX) has signed up with JGC Corporation (JGC) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K Line) to explore the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Malaysia.

PT SMI’s renewable energy financing commitment reaches US$500 mln

Jakarta (ANTARA) – State-owned enterprise PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur’s (SMI’s) financing commitment for new and renewable energy projects reached almost US$500 million, its president director, Edwin Syahruzad, said on Wednesday.

Asean governments rush to issue green bonds

Southeast Asian nations are aiming to increase green financing as the region, dotted with flood-prone low-lying areas vulnerable to weather disruptions and rising sea levels, grapples with the threat of climate change.

Singapore releases guidelines for first sovereign green bond issuance

Singapore has published a framework document for green bond framework for issuing its first sovereign green bond.