The future of the country’s power sources: How renewable and clean energy can sustain the next generations
The future of energy is headed in the direction of a cleaner, more efficient, and sustainable sources. The world’s largest economies, led by Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom, are rolling out plans to transition from coal to more sustainable energy sources, such as solar, hydro, geothermal, and wind energy.
We can generate electricity from microorganisms as an alternative to the usual power from water, wind, solar or steam.
THE Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) has announced the winners of the National Energy Awards (NEA) 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 23): Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has entered into a deal with Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) to supply cooling energy and electricity at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for a period of 20 years.
The aim of the project is to study and lay the foundation for a decarbonized and sustainable society through environmentally-friendly automotive innovations coupled with clean energy for various usages. The ceremony was held on Monday, 21 December 2020 at Eastin Thana City Golf Resort Bangkok, with the attendance of H.E. Mr. Kazuya Nashida, Ambassador of […]
The two countries have agreed to share and agree with each other’s climate priorities, including energy transition and nature-based solutions
KUALA LUMPUR: United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Bhd (UOB Malaysia) has reiterated its commitment to help the country’s transition to cleaner energy by supporting power plants with lower environmental impact and financing natural gas and solar projects in the country. In a statement Thursday, UOB Malaysia said the bank was a co-financier in a Commodity […]
MANILA — The United States has reiterated its support for South China Sea claimants to develop oil and gas resources in their respective exclusive economic zones, criticizing China for pressing its “unlawful maritime claim” in the disputed waters by bullying its neighbors.
The coming decade could see Vietnam shelve nearly half of its currently planned coal power plant capacity as alternative sources of energy take up growing shares in its power mix, the government-affiliated research body tasked with drawing up the nation’s next power sector roadmap has said.
Vietnam, as the current Chair of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for 2020, has been actively involved with the association since 1995 when it joined the bloc with the aim of bringing all Southeast Asian countries together to promote regional peace, freedom, and prosperity.