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Thai govt, US private sector set to ink LOI on clean energy

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Cabinet has approved a letter of intent (LOI) to spur the Clean Energy Demand Initiative between the Thai government and the US private sector.

Vietnam calls for int’l support to realise energy commitment at COP26

Vietnam needs considerable international support in terms of concessional capital to take measures for concurrently ensuring national energy security and achieving net zero emissions by 2050, said Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien.

Singapore Airlines, Scoot to use sustainable aviation fuel for all flights from Q3

Singapore Airlines and Scoot, the low cost carrier of the Singapore Airlines Group, as part of a pilot program and with support from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and Singapore-headquartered global investment firm Temasek, will use sustainable aviation fuel for all flights from Q3 to expedite decarbonization in the aviation industry.

Two new solar power plants built in southern province

Dau Tieng 5.1 and Dau Tieng 5.2 solar power plants are expected to start construction in Q2, with an investment of VND3.56 trillion ($157 million). With a capacity of 225 MW each, the two power plants will cover 332.5 hectares at Dau Tieng Lake in the southern province of Tay Ninh. Construction is expected to […]

Gov’t’s commitment key for developing nuclear power plant: researcher

The Indonesian Government’s commitment is an important prerequisite for developing a nuclear power plant and achieving the net-zero emissions target, a nuclear technology researcher at the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) has opined.

Solar Power Plants as backbone of Indonesia’s clean energy: Minister

The Indonesian Government had decided to use Solar Power Plants (PLTS) as the backbone to supply clean energy in Indonesia by 2060. “We will use solar power as the backbone of renewable energy,” Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Arifin Tasrif noted in a statement on Monda

Singapore’s Energy Dilemma a Small-Nation Warning

Singapore’s desire to shift to renewable sources of energy is running up against its geographic limitations. It hasn’t got enough space for large solar installations, there are no major rivers for hydro and what little breeze the tropical city-state gets isn’t sufficient to push a wind turbine.

BRIN, ThorCon Power ink MoU on nuclear power plant prototype

The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) and PT ThorCon Power Indonesia signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on research, development, and innovation of molten salt reactors as an advanced technology for producing nuclear energy.

Indonesia’s G20 Presidency Seeks Global Deal on Energy Transition

Indonesia seeks to achieve a global deal on accelerating energy transition out of its G20 presidency this year, the government announced on Thursday. Indonesia’s G20 presidency has chosen energy transition as one of its top priorities. The energy transition working group (ETWG) zeroes in on energy access, technology, and funding.

Cambodia shoots for ‘green ASEAN’: CDC

The Kingdom will strive to increase environmental sustainability and address climate change issues to build a “green ASEAN” and ensure a more resilient and inclusive future, according to Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) secretary-general Sok Chenda Sophea.