Grab has initiated a carbon-credit programme for passengers to help offset emissions from its vehicles. According to Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Cambodia, when booking a ride, users are prompted to manage their carbon neutral settings. Turning on the setting enables a voluntary contribution of $0.025 per ride, which is then used to offset the carbon […]
The government is in talks with China and Russia about setting up a nuclear power plant in the Kingdom. A senior official says the three countries have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
Indonesia is interested in investment opportunities in Cambodia in the agriculture, agro-industry, renewable energy, construction and real estate sectors.
“Smart city is not only about digital advance, but means a liveable city.”, declares the Cambodian Minister of Civil Service, Prum Sokha, this morning, July 12. He emphasized this while presiding over the opening ceremony of the Virtual Conference on Smart City Planning.
At least 15 garment factories are now involved in the Switch Garment project, an initiative to promote sustainable energy enhancement and investment in clean energy technologies in the garment sector in Cambodia.
CNOOC Gas & Power, China’s largest liquefied natural gas project developer, is considering farming in to an LNG import terminal to be built in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh.
The Senate today endorsed and approved four draft government proposals to guarantee the payment of nearly $1 billion in energy investment projects.
Cambodia expects a huge growth in electricity demand to meet the needs of a recovering economy when the Coronavirus pandemic ends, says the Ministry of Mines and Energy.
The government has launched its circular economy strategy to meet the present challenges the nation faces regarding the surge in material and energy demand driven by a growing economy and population. A circular economy strategy is a plan that aims to eliminate waste and unbridled use of resources.
Inside the construction area of the Kompong Dewa Resort in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, Chinese builders from the China Eighth Engineering Bureau, a subsidiary of the state-owned construction giant CSCEC, have implemented a green construction concept to the ground.