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UAE’s Tabreed aims for South-East Asia expansion as district cooling demand surges

The National Central Cooling Company, better known as Tabreed, is looking at markets including Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia to expand its footprint in Asia as it anticipates a surge in demand for cooling services in the region.

How is Southeast Asia’s charge to EVs going?

While each nation is using tools such as subsidies and tax exemptions to reduce the cost of EVs for consumers, building electric vehicles and their components in-country is seen as the key to accelerating the industry.

Asean energy transition faces financing challenges

Southeast Asian countries need much more funding to meet their energy transition goals, and blended financing is key, speakers at the Singapore International Energy Week conference said.

Asean power grid opens doors for Singapore to be regional clean energy trading hub

THE planned Asean power grid could offer Singapore a golden opportunity to become the region’s trading hub for clean energy, as the city-state works hard to soften the potential blow on its booming petrochemical sector amid the shift from fossil fuels.

Southeast Asia looks to renewable power for energy security

Southeast Asia is home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. As energy demand grows, the region is turning to renewable energy to safeguard its energy security. Energy demand in Southeast Asia has increased by an average of 3% each year over the past two decades — a trend that will continue to 2030 under current policy […]

Southeast Asian Countries Consider Sharing Energy, Power

Southeast Asian nations are increasingly looking to share power as a result of concerns about climate change. Malaysia and Indonesia signed a deal in Bali, Indonesia in August to study 18 possible areas where cross-border power lines can be set up.

ASEAN-China Relations: Malaysian Embassy in China hosts event to mark 56th anniversary of ASEAN

The ambassadors of Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia were among the guests at an event hosted by the Malaysian embassy in Beijing to celebrate 56 years since the founding of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN. China’s Assistant Foreign Minister Nong Rong was also in attendance. ASEAN ambassadors called for unity among member states […]

Southeast Asia suffers power shortages due to record-smashing heat waves

“We had a 26-hour power cut. It cost us tens of thousands of dollars that day. It’s not nice at all,” said Vu Chi Hieu.

AEBF to strengthen region’s position in global energy landscape

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The ASEAN Energy Business Forum (AEBF) will strengthen the region’s position in the global energy landscape, executive director of the ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE), Nuki Agya Utama, said here on Thursday.

Oil and gas remain important in ASEAN

Southeast Asia is among the fastest growing regions today, with economic development and energy security, including access to basic energy needs, remaining the region’s priority, said Acting Permanent Secretary of the Department of Energy at the Prime Minister’s Office Pengiran Haji Jamra Weira bin Pengiran Haji Petra.