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Laos to focus on development of renewable energy

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): The government has vowed to diversify energy sources in Laos by placing more emphasis on renewable energy sources, particularly electricity generated by solar, wind and biomass systems.

Malaysia at 23% renewable energy installation to date, aims to hit 40% by 2035 — deputy minister

Malaysia has reached 23% installation of renewable energy (RE), and is planning to hit 40% by 2035.

Clean energy brings stable electricity supply to Truong Sa Archipelago

The lives of soldiers and islanders in Truong Sa island district in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa have changed a lot thanks to solar panels and wind turbines.

KBank offers free solar rooftop installation for 500,000 households

KBank continues to advance the ‘GO GREEN Together’ project, working with four partners in launching the ‘SolarPlus’ initiative, targeting the installation of solar rooftops for 500,000 households free of charge within five years.

Norway says RE investment to hinge on PHL openness to foreign equity

Norway’s ambassador said the Philippines is a potential destination for Norwegian businesses, but their interest in renewable projects here will depend on the industry’s openness to foreign investment.

Shell and Nickel Asia team up for renewable energy in Philippines

Shell (LON:SHEL) has signed a collaboration agreement with Nickel Asia’s renewable energy subsidiary, Emerging Power (EPI), to jointly develop, own, operate, and maintain renewable energy assets in the power hungry Philippines.

GULF invests THB2.7 billion in renewable energy and sustainable investments fund

Gulf Energy Development Public Company Limited (GULF) announced that Gulf International Investment (Hong Kong) Limited (Gulf HK), its wholly-owned subsidiary, entered into a subscription agreement to commit to invest EUR 75 million, which is equivalent to approximately THB 2.7 billion, in Lightrock Climate Impact Fund SCSp (LCI Fund).

Envoy: EU never imposed ban

The European Union (EU) has never imposed a ban on palm oil exports from Malaysia, a top EU diplomat clarified on Monday. In fact, local palm oil exports to the world’s largest trading bloc jumped by 55 per cent last year.

Singapore’s Star Stock Needs Renewables Push to Keep Going

This year’s surge in energy prices has taken Sembcorp Industries Ltd.’s shares close to their peak, but any further outperformance hinges on its push for a clean-energy portfolio. The Singapore-listed utilities company has jumped 49% this year, making it the top performer on the Straits Times Index. While the stock is expected to gain 15% over […]

Singapore’s Star Stock Needs Renewables Push to Keep Going

This year’s surge in energy prices has taken Sembcorp Industries Ltd.’s shares close to their peak, but any further outperformance hinges on its push for a clean-energy portfolio.