On the afternoon of April 4, in Hanoi, Vietnam Electricity (EVN) held an exchange with economic and energy experts in Vietnam about the operation of the national power system in the context that renewable energy sources boom, making it difficult for the process of operating, transmitting, and regulating electrical loads.
Philippines is the second highest investment destination for renewables across Southeast Asia – report
With resources that can generate up to 3,000 gigawatts (GW), and a “highly-liberalized” active spot market, the Philippines is touted as second best investment destination for renewable energy across Southeast Asia according to a report from HSBC Global Research.
The Indonesian government is designing a new geothermal electricity tariff scheme which will be regulated in a Presidential Regulation (Perpres), as reported by CNBC Indonesia. It does though seem that the new proposal for the geothermal electricity scheme does not seem to satisfy the market or developers in the country. Developers consider consider the new […]
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, May 1 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The World Economic Forum has ranked Brunei in eighth spot among Asian countries in the Energy Transition Index (ETI) 2021 that has been officially published this week.
About a year ago, Bosch announced that it would be the first globally operating industrial enterprise to become carbon neutral by the end of 2020, at its 400 locations worldwide. As of today, Bosch has already achieved this ambitious goal worldwide and made last year’s climate change A-list scored by the Carbon Disclosure Project or […]
Mammoet has recently completed transporting around 50 pieces of cargo from Thailand to the Southeast Asian country of Laos for its key Nam Theun 1 Hydropower Project. This project was awarded to Mammoet by Hansa Meyer and saw both teams jointly execute multiple operations at the same time. Each team displayed their strengths and expertise […]
Ørsted, a Danish majority state-owned energy company has announced its office opening in Vietnam with the goal of contributing to Vietnam’s green energy transition alongside local partners.
A lack of land in Singapore is hurting its efforts to become more energy-independent. Sources like wind and hydropower have been largely ruled out. And the city-state is running out of room to install solar panels, so it’s now turning to floating solar farms as a solution. CGTN’s Miro Lu has more.
Total, through its wholly-owned affiliate Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG), is now operating the solar power system to supply clean energy to the Singapore LNG Terminal, operated by Singapore LNG Corporation (SLNG).
Operations at Intel Malaysia are harnessing solar energy to help power six buildings across the company’s Kulim and Penang campus, thanks to a new 3.2 megawatt (MW) solar installation completed in January. The installation is achieving 4.1 MW in total installed capacity, which is provided by NEFIN, a renewable energy developer. The project is Intel’s […]