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Risen Energy adds a further 50MW of solar to Vietnam projects

Major China-based PV manufacturer Risen Energy has secured a 50MW PV power plant through India’s Shapoorji Pallonji Group, a private infrastructure development company to be built Vietnam. Risen Energy recently signed a contract with Surya Prakash Vietnam Energy Co, a subsidiary of Shapoorji Pallonji Group for the 50MW project, which is expected to be operational […]

Sarawak to model mega dam management after Canada, CM says

  KUCHING, Oct 7 — Sarawak will be taking Canada as a model in the management and governance of its mega dams and water usage, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg said today. He said Canada, in particular the province of Ontario, has a long history and reputation of hydro power generation with the […]

Solar vital to energy plans

With the Energy Ministry having recently set a new target for Thailand to make a gradual transition away from fossil fuels to decarbonise energy generation in the country, recent research by two Harvard University scholars provides useful information for the  policymakers. It gives a realistic assessment of the pros and cons of two renewable energy […]

Thailand’s Biggest Winery Goes Solar

“Thailand’s biggest winery Siam has entered a 20-year agreement with a Singapore-based solar company to install a rooftop solar system to cut down carbon dioxide emissions, the first Thai winery to do so.” According to Cleantech Solar, the Singaporean company will install a 1MWp on-site rooftop solar system for the Thai winery, based in Hua […]

Singapore Happy to Be `Goldilocks’ for Energy Usage Experiments

As the world tries to curb carbon emissions, Singapore could be a testing ground for new ideas on how to reduce energy use through data and urban design, according to Chan Chun Sing, its trade and industry minister. Singapore is using data on how different industries and segments of the population use energy to optimize […]

Solar power in-a-box launches in Malaysia

A solar solution that can be installed in a day has launched in Malaysia, a country that aims to produce 20 per cent of its energy from renewable sources by 2025. In 1996, coal only represented 8 per cent of Malaysia’s electricity generation mix. Fast forward 20 years, coal’s share has risen to 42.5 per cent. […]