CALGARY — The Canadian division of Malaysia’s state-owned oil giant Petroliam Nasional Berhad, or Petronas, plans to study the feasibility of building a $1.3 billion petrochemical plant in central Alberta with the goal of exporting hydrogen to an Asian markets.
Climate change, once thought a problem for future generations, is making its mark here and now.
Jakarta (ANTARA) – State electricity company PT PLN Persero has said it will increase investment directed at renewable-energy power plant construction in anticipation of a fivefold jump in Indonesia’s electricity demand by 2060.
THE coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic has brought out the sobering reality that the world is not as advanced and as resilient as we thought it to be. We have realized that our societies and economic systems are fragile and that we are only as strong as our most vulnerable. The only way to survive […]
SINGAPORE – The Energy Market Authority (EMA) and energy company Shell have committed $4 million with support from Enterprise Singapore (ESG) to grow local energy start-ups, as part of a renewed partnership.
European firm ABB will be intensifying its offer of ‘smart solutions’ to buildings and other property developments as well as the installation of “smart cities” in the Philippines
Southeast Asia could well become the global engine room of renewable energy expansion. Population and economic growth is expected across the three decades in which the world has to decarbonise, but the brimming bounty of renewables deployment will force developers to navigate the region’s systems. As it turns out, that could be a treacherous task.
THE government is allocating RM35 million under the Low Carbon Catalyst Grant (GeRAK) to local authorities to drive climate change actions at the grassroot level.
Shells of tamarind, a tropical fruit consumed worldwide, are discarded during food production. As they are bulky, tamarind shells take up a considerable amount of space in landfills where they are disposed as agricultural waste.
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pix) today said that the transformation of cities in Malaysia into low-carbon cities will help develop the local green economy, create jobs and attract domestic and international investments.