This information was released during a working meeting between the secretary of the Communist Party Committee in Soc Trang, Lam Van Man, and the managers and workers who work on these projects.
Czech NGO People in Need, with support from the EU and the Czech Development Agency (CzDA), launched the Switch to Solar project, aiming to support sustainable and inclusive economic growth in the Kingdom’s rural areas, CzDA said in a press release.
With the world’s second largest geothermal potential behind the United States, Indonesia continues to lack the seriousness in tapping it effectively, so an article by CNBC in Indonesia this week. With an estimated potential estimated at around 24,000 MW, its current utilisation stands at an installed generation capacity of 2,131 MW, or only 8.9% of […]
KUALA LUMPUR: Knight Frank Malaysia has been exclusively appointed by Panasonic Solar Energy Malaysia for the sale of its solar panel plant in Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah.
As part of Australia’s engagement in the Mekong sub-region, the nation’s embassy joined the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) yesterday to launch a landmark initiative to electrify villages in Cambodia not connected to the grid.
Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – It is likely that Vietnam will have to reduce renewable energy sources in the next five years, as booming development in recent years was weighing on the power system, according to a recent report by the Institute of Energy.
This roadmap provides strategic analysis of the offshore wind development potential in Vietnam, considering the opportunities and challenges under different growth scenarios. It is intended to provide evidence to support the Government of Vietnam in establishing policy, regulations, processes, and infrastructure to enable successful growth of this new industry.
VibroPower Corporation’s associated company, VibroPower Green Energy, has proposed to make an acquisition of a power plant in Malaysia in the renewable energy space.
As regional countries expand the share of wind and other clean sources in national energy mixes, French-owned The Blue Circle Pte Ltd has stressed the Kingdom’s need to get a move on and install more commercial wind turbines to keep pace with its peers and decrease the ecological footprint.
Indonesia’s energy and mineral resources ministry has raised the country’s target to generate electricity from new and renewable energy (EBT) from 30pc to 48pc, which includes co-firing coal with biomass.