Solar panels (Shutterstock/File) California-based nonprofit organization New Energy Nexus announced on Friday its Indonesia 1 Funds, an initiative to invest in early-stage renewable energy companies.
Slightly more than 1,400 families will be the first to live in smart-enabled Housing Board flats in Punggol Northshore by the end of this year.
Urban Renewables will support Singapore’s journey in becoming a more sustainable and climate-resilient city through developing and investing in innovative energy solutions.
The Myanmar government is drawing up a medium- to long-term economic recovery and reform program that aims to maintain economic reforms introduced by the National League for Democracy (NLD), amid a significant slowing of economic growth due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
New Energy Nexus Indonesia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting renewable energy economy, has recently launched the first smart and renewable energy-themed hackathon in the country, [Re]Energize Indonesia.
Indonesia’s Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Arifin Tasrif shed light on the country’s clean energy development strategies at the 11th Clean Energy Ministerial Meeting (CEM 11) and the 5th Mission Innovation (MI-5) organized virtually, Tuesday.
Informa Markets is holding two leading international trade shows on energy technology and industrial machinery under the same roof, at Bitec, Bang Na-Trat Road, from Wednesday to Saturday, daily from 10 am to 6 pm.
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.
In Southeast Asia, Covid-19 has worsened the already grim economic growth in 2019 that resulted from US-China trade tensions and Brexit uncertainties.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that Southeast Asia’s electricity demand is set to grow at an average rate of 4% annually, based on today’s policy settings. This could result in a doubling of demand by 2040 from 2019 levels, the IEA.