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Huawei Supports Green School Bali with Leading Solar Energy Inverter

Jakarta. Huawei has donated its award-winning solar solution to Green School Bali, the ‘Greenest School on Earth,’ and is helping the school  to close the gaps in becoming a carbon neutrality campus and environmentally- friendly community.

Jurong Island to serve as a ‘living’ test bed for sustainable technology

SINGAPORE: Jurong Island will serve as a “living” test bed for sustainable solutions for the first time, as the industrial estate transforms into a sustainable energy and chemicals park.

Techwire Asia: Vietnam could become green energy powerhouse in Asia

Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam has shown the world its capability to accelerate clean energy solutions, with the highest installed capacity of solar power in Southeast Asia and the government’s commitment to boosting energy supply and strong public demand for improved air quality, the Malaysia-based Techwire Asia website said in an article on August 19.

Transition to cleaner energy will involve ‘trade-offs’, EMA to reduce cost impact where feasible: Chief executive

SINGAPORE: Trade-offs are inevitable as Singapore transitions to cleaner energy, but the Energy Market Authority (EMA) will seek to manage this and minimise the impact of costs where feasible, its chief executive Ngiam Shih Chun told CNA.

Companies urged to adopt ESG standards

KUALA LUMPUR: Companies stand to lose substantial investment opportunities without environmental, social and governance (ESG) compliance, which has become an increasingly important criterion for inclusive, equitable and sustainable growth.

Mekong-US Partnership meeting stresses cooperation on sustainable development

Five Mekong countries and the US participate in the second ministerial level Mekong-US Partnership (MUSP) meeting chaired by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Prak Sokhon and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. It is part of the ongoing ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting.

S’wak to be Asean’s ‘battery’ through sustainable energy development, says Abg Jo

KUCHING (Aug 6): Blessed with abundant natural resources as well as a highly competent and skilled workforce, Sarawak will continue to leverage on sustainable energy development to fulfil its aspiration of becoming Asean’s ‘battery’ to power continued growth in the region, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.

Economic diversification gathers pace as oil reliance wanes: CSPS

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN – Brunei has made “substantial progress” in diversifying its oil-driven economy in recent years, and should continue harnessing its strengths in energy to build an internationally competitive industrial sector, said the Center for Strategic and Policy Studies (CSPS).

Petronas eyes $1.3B project in Alberta to export hydrogen to Asia

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.

How Singapore can step up S-E Asia’s low-carbon push

Climate change, once thought a problem for future generations, is making its mark here and now.