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Solar Philippines to build 2GW solar power project

Solar Philippines Biga Corporation is planning to build a 2 gigawatts (GW) solar plant, combining with 6GW battery energy storage system and 600 megawatts (MW) diesel backup in Nasugbu, Batangas, 115 kilometres south west of Metro Manila, Philippines.

Baharin to helm Tenaga as new CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional’s chief distribution network officer Datuk Baharin Din will be the new president and chief executive officer on March 1.

Malaysia launches tender for its second waste-to-energy PPP project

Malaysia’s Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT) has launched a tender for a waste-to-energy (WTE) project in Sungai Udang, Malacca under a public-private partnership (PPP) model.

Lao PDR: New Project to Protect Landscapes and Enhance Livelihoods

The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$57 million project to help Lao PDR promote sustainable forest management, improve protected area management, and enhance livelihoods opportunities in eight provinces across the country. Project funding comes from the World Bank’s International Development Association, with contributions from the Global Environment Facility and the Canada-World […]

Experts map benefits of alternative energy in face of future demand

Several reports have shed light on the benefits of renewable energy adoption in the creation of jobs and providing cheaper, cleaner electricity while reducing the risks associated with climate change.

NEO achieves net zero carbon energy emission

MANILA, Philippines — Green office developer and property manager NEO achieved net zero carbon energy across its portfolio, fully powered by renewable energy from the Aboitiz Group.

DOE requires solar, renewable energy technologies in buildings

MANILA, Philippines—Solar photovoltaic and renewable energy (RE) technologies are now required in new and existing buildings after the Department of Energy issued a policy on the adoption of the guidelines of energy conservation.  

Singapore’s push for green infrastructure bonds will spur private sector into action, say experts

Singapore’s plan to fund infrastructure projects with green bonds is set to “spur” the private sector into action, paving the way for a steady supply and demand for green financing, industry experts told CNA. Melissa Goh with more.

Cashing in on Sino-US ‘green’ race

After taking office as the president of the United States last month, Joe Biden has been translating his campaign promises on climate change into action, with the support from the young, progressive wing in the Democrat party. Among the highlights in his proposals include pledges for net-zero emissions and a 100% clean energy economy by […]

Senators set scrutiny of Duterte government’s energy transition plan

The Senate is poised to mount an inquiry to scrutinize the Duterte administration’s energy transition plan in the wake of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) imposition of a ban against new coal-powered plants to fast-track the shift to cleaner energy.