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Singapore sets sustainable energy as main focus for LTMS power project

Singapore has set sustainable energy as its focus with its commitment to the LTMS Power Integration Project (LTMS-PIP), Second Minister for Trade & Industry Dr. Tan See Leng said during the 39th ASEAN Ministers on Energy meeting.

Strength of IEA-ASEAN energy cooperation highlighted at Ministerial meeting

IEA Executive Director’s participation in meeting of Energy Ministers from across Southeast Asia marks 10 years of deepening collaboration between the two institutions

ASEAN’s first cold energy-based air separation unit opens in Rayong

BIG and PTT will open Southeast Asia’s first air separation unit that uses cold energy from the condition changing process of liquefied natural gas (LNG) late this month.

TotalEnergies, one of the fastest growing providers of solar energy distributed generation in Asia

SINGAPORE, Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — TotalEnergies has reached more than 100 MW of on-site solar projects including with Danone, Renault-Nissan, Betagro, Chandra Asri (see more details here).

Cari: Covid-19, climate crisis and opportunities for Asean to be safer, stronger and greener

The US and Singapore announced important climate partnerships during US vice-president Kamala Harris’ recent visit to Singapore. The US will work closely with Singapore to tackle climate change by leveraging the financial sector, collaborating to promote green building standards in Asean and incorporating climate and environmental sustainability into a longstanding programme between both countries.

Two Global X ETFs to Take Advantage of Southeast Asia’s Green Push

The green push can extrapolate investment gains from Southeast Asia, particularly the Global X FTSE Southeast Asia ETF (ASEA) and the Global X CleanTech ETF (CTEC).

Financing, investments needed to phase out coal

MANILA, Philippines — International concessional financing and private sector investment are critical in the phase out of coal developments in Asian countries, including the Philippines, which still has a heavy pipeline of fossil fuel-based plants, according to an official of the World Bank Group.

When the wind drops and the sun goes down: how can Southeast Asia handle fluctuating clean power supply?

The intermittency of some renewables that test the resilience of power grids is often touted as an explanation for Southeast Asia’s woeful adoption of cleaner sources of energy.

Financial firms plan to buy and close Asian coal-fired power plants

Financial firms are reported to be working together to buy and close coal-fired power plants across Asia in a bid to help industry meet climate targets. According to UK broadcaster the BBC, the plan was developed by British insurer Prudential and involves the Asian Development Bank (ADB) which is hoping the plan can be ready […]

Energy In ASEAN: Singapore And Hydrogen

The launch of Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 (Green Plan) in February this year is likely to mark a turning point for the island state’s energy sector. As Singapore looks to create a more sustainable society, it will become increasingly focused on low-carbon energy, including hydrogen. In the latest instalment of our “Energy in ASEAN” series, […]