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Plans set for 206MW onshore wind project in the Philippines

Renewables energy developer Vena Energy, Vivant Energy Corporation and Aboitiz Renewables Inc. have signed an agreement to develop the 206MW San Isidro Wind project, in the Philippines.

Southeast Asia looks to renewable power for energy security

Southeast Asia is home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. As energy demand grows, the region is turning to renewable energy to safeguard its energy security. Energy demand in Southeast Asia has increased by an average of 3% each year over the past two decades — a trend that will continue to 2030 under current policy […]

Kingdom’s National Solar Park most cost-efficient in ASEAN

Cambodia’s National Solar Park supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will enable the country’s state-run national power utility Electricite du Cambodge (EDC) to charge local power consumers with the lowest tariff in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region, said a release by the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME).

Việt Nam has the opportunity to welcome strong transaction flows in renewable energy

The Mckinsey commented that Việt Nam’s renewable energy development rate could increase exponentially to attract manufacturers and ensure energy security.

PLN pioneers green hydrogen production in Indonesia aiming for game changing energy transition

In a groundbreaking achievement, Indonesia’s state-owned electricity company, PLN (Perusahaan Listrik Negara), has inaugurated the country’s first Green Hydrogen Plant (GHP). Located at the Muara Karang Gas Power Plant (PLTGU) in Jakarta, the GHP has the capacity to produce 51 tons of green hydrogen annually.

China Power Engineering Group Sees Enormous Renewable Energy Potential In The Philippines

A representative from China Power Engineering Consulting Group Co., Ltd. (CPECC) highlighted the Philippines’ significant potential in renewable energy (RE) during the Philippine Renewable Energy Forum 2023. CPECC General Manager Chen Jiping emphasized that the Philippines possesses substantial untapped wind and solar energy resources.

Hydrogen fuel cells ‘dependable’ for powering data centres

Hydrogen fuel cells have emerged as a potentially dependable solution for powering data centres, according to new research from Equinix and National University of Singapore.

DOE eyes 9 ports for wind energy dev’t

MANILA  -The Department of Energy (DOE) is looking to redevelop nine ports scattered across the country to serve as integration ports that will house materials needed for offshore wind development as the government anticipates higher investor interest in the renewable energy.

Putting renewable energy within reach: Vietnam’s high-stakes pivot

Vietnam’s long-awaited Power Development Plan VIII (PDP8) has recently been approved, setting ambitious renewable-energy goals for 2030—similar to the recommendations for Vietnam to embrace renewables set out in our 2019 article, “Exploring an alternative pathway for Vietnam’s energy future.” These goals are focused on boosting renewable energy while reducing the country’s reliance on coal. This presents […]

Philippines strives to regain position as 2nd largest geothermal power producer

During the 4th Philippine International Geothermal Conference held in Manila, Philippines, the Department of Energy (DOE) Undersecretary Rowena Cristin Guevara stated that the agency hopes for the country to regain its spot and the country with the 2nd largest installed geothermal power generation capacity.