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SBS plots Indonesia tidal course

UK marine developer submits grid feasibility study for up to 150MW Nautilus project UK tidal developer SBS has filed a grid expansion feasibility study to Indonesian state power utility PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) as part of its up 150MW Nautilus project. The preliminary study, which explores the options to expand the grid on Lombok […]

Philippines’ typhoon survivors to fossil fuel firms: please listen to us

Victims of extreme weather events in the Philippines come forward in an investigation into how major carbon producers are violating human rights due to their role in driving climate change. Survivors of devastating typhoons in the Philippines have appealed to major carbon producers to respect their human rights and act on climate change. At an emotional […]

Indonesia’s Energy Subsidy Spending Far Above Target in 2018

Ahead of the legislative and presidential elections (scheduled for April 2019) the Indonesian government is unwilling to impose impopular measures. One of the side-effects is that subsidy spending has gone beyond the target that was set in the 2018 State Budget. Lets take a closer look at spending on energy subsidies in Indonesia so far […]

Inalum Ready to Wrap Up Deal with Freeport Indonesia

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – State-owned mining holding company PT Inalum said it has succeeded in raising enough fund to acquire a majority 51 percent stake in PT Freeport Indonesia ending years of brain racking negotiations over control of one of the world largest copper and gold mines in Papua. Indonesia`s state-owned miner Inalum hopes to wrap up […]

Singapore Brings Environmental Revolution Through Blockchain

Singapore became one of the first countries to implement the blockchain technology for its environmental concerns. The Singapore Power (SP) Group was responsible for setting up the decentralized Energy system in Singapore. The creator of the utility is of the belief that an absence of any centralized form of entity in the Energy Trading will […]

ComfortDelGro opens first fast charger for electric cars

SINGAPORE – Transport giant ComfortDelGro has set up an electric vehicle fast-charger at its premises for public use. Its Terra 54 direct current fast-charger, supplied by Swiss tech company ABB and set up with EV charging specialist Greenlots, is located in its Braddell Road headquarters and will be open round the clock. The charger will […]

The business case for net zero in Malaysia — Malaysia Green Building Confederation

OCTOBER 29 — This letter is in response to Malay Mail’s article, dated 18 September 2018, titled “Putrajaya says no to nuclear energy, but keen on coal from East Malaysia“. While it is most admirable that nuclear energy is not being considered anymore in Malaysia, going for conventional energy sources, such as coal, is not […]

First waste-to-energy plant in Can Tho begins trial operation

Can Tho (VNA) – The first waste-to-energy plant in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho began trial operation on October 15. The plant is invested by China’s Everbright International and operated by the Can Tho Everbright Environmental Protection Holdings Ltd (EB Can Tho). Construction of the plant started on June 30, 2018. The project […]