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Singapore sets ‘aspirational targets’ for energy and chemicals sector, part of move to transform Jurong Island

SINGAPORE: Singapore has set “aspirational targets” for its energy & chemicals (E&C) sector to increase its output of sustainable products by four times from 2019 levels and achieve more than six million tonnes of carbon abatement per year from low-carbon solutions by 2050, said the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) in a report released on […]

NTU Singapore, Brickland Grassroots Organisations and Sunseap Group collaborate to bring sustainability initiatives to residents of Brickland

Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore), Brickland Grassroots Organisations (GROs) and Singapore-based solar energy system developer Sunseap Group are collaborating to cocreate and empower new sustainability initiatives for residents of Brickland in Singapore.

Dr Adham: Malaysia committed to sustainability, recycling and increased use of renewable energy in industry

KULAI: Industry players are encouraged to use green technology and recycled materials that could help reduce carbon emissions. Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said the government was committed to ensuring sustainability, recycling and increased use of renewable energy in industry.

Total Eren enters Cambodia with a 74 MWp Solar Project

Total Eren acquired Battambang Co., Ltd (“Battambang”) from Risen Energy, a listed Chinese company which has developed, built, financed and recently commissioned the project in March 2021.

New solar power plants of 495 MW to come online in 2023

Seven solar power plants of 495 megawatts will be online in 2023 pushing up the supply of such source to represent 20 percent of the total installed power capacity.

Norway supports Vietnam’s green energy transition

Last week, Ambassador Grete Løchen joined by Commercial Counsellor Arne-Kjetil Lian met with the Vietnamese Minister of Industry and Trade (MOIT) Mr. Nguyễn Hồng Diên, and handed over to him a Vietnam Supply Chain Study Report for offshore wind, the Norwegian Embassy in Hanoi reports.


WHEN former US president Jimmy Carter installed solar panels to heat water in the White House in 1979, people probably thought he was mad.

Philippines sees increase in employment in RE sector

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines saw an increase in employment in the renewable energies industry last year, but could have employed more if not for the delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on various project developments in the sector, according to the latest report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

ADB, government looking into ETM financing in shift to clean energy sources

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Philippine government, together with Indonesia and Vietnam, are considering the implementation of the energy transition mechanism (ETM) to finance the shift to cleaner energy sources.

Cambodia committed to join research on safe, sustainable and affordable energy sources

Cambodia is ready to participate in research on safe, sustainable and affordable energy sources to contribute to dealing with climate change issue.