China Huaneng Group Co., Ltd. (CHNG) held an open day event at the Se-San River II Hydropower Station in Cambodia on November 23.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy has said that natural gas, LNG, will play an important role in Cambodia’s power supply in the future, and towards this end, up to 3,600 MW of power is planned to be generated from LNG plants as of 2030.
Asiatic Group (Holdings) Ltd (AGHL), a Singapore Exchange listed company, has started arbitration proceedings against the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone Plc (PPSP) seeking a minimum of $14.4 million in relief over a disputed power supply contract.
[WASHINGTON] General Electric and a Vietnamese company signed a memorandum of understanding to develop an LNG (liquified natural gas) power plant near Ho Chi Minh City.
MAN PrimeServ, the after-sales brand of MAN Energy Solutions, has signed a five-year service agreement for a new 200 MW power plant near Phnom Penh.
Han Seng Coal Mine Co Ltd’s 265MW coal-fired power station in Oddar Meanchey province’s easternmost Trapaing Prasat district is nearly 60 per cent complete, deputy provincial governor Dy Rado told The Post.
Cambodia, which relies heavily on hydropower, has witnessed power shortages due to droughts and lower water levels in the dams.
Global power management company Eaton has announced it has partnered with One Stop Solution Electric (OSS) as its licensed distributor for its low voltage power management products to be sold in the Cambodia market.
Critics say the government’s approval of two more coal power plants bucks the trend towards renewables in Southeast Asia.
Cambodia’s coal plans will hit its renewables advantage and put off outside investors, writes Peter Ford, Environmental Programme Responsible for Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar at H&M Group.