The Minister for Mines and Energy is giving nothing away on how hydropower figures in Cambodia’s draft power development plan (PDP). However, he did say the PDP would not turn its back on established power sources, such as coal- and oil-fired power plants because of expectations that electricity demand will rebound to at least pre-Covid […]
Cambodia is committed to incorporating more renewable energy into a new Ministry of Mines and Energy master plan, to mitigate the carbon footprint of the Kingdom’s socio-economic development, according to minister Suy Sem on September 16.
Cambodia’s low-carbon energy transition in the Asean region is extremely important as part of the sustainable pathways contributing to abatement of climate change in order to achieve a net zero emission society, the Ministry of Mines and Energy said yesterday.
Some condominium developers have been accused of over-inflating electricity and other utility prices, leaving many people confused and some seriously out of pocket.
Coal futures have soared to record highs, reaching $179 per tonne this month. Spot prices of thermal coal, used in power stations, have risen 110 percent since the start of the year and are nearing 2008’s record.
The government has planned to increase renewable energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, has spoken highly of the importance of the Taiyuan Energy Low-Carbon Development Forum 2021.
The Cambodian government says it is taking legal action against the owners or charterers and the managers of a tanker containing 300,000 barrels of oil, which it says belong to the Kingdom.
Cambodia and Australia have convened a meeting to discuss about climate change issues. The meeting took place through a videoconference with the participation of Say Samal, Minister of Environment, James Larsen, Climate Coordinator and Pablo Kang, Australian Ambassador to Cambodia.
Fast track delivery of a 200 MW engine power plant by Wartsila’s will ease Cambodia’s electricity demand
The technology group Wartsila will supply a 200 MW flexible baseload power plant to Cambodia that will help meet the country’s rapidly growing energy demand. Because of the urgent need to increase electricity supply, Wartsila is delivering the plant on a fast track basis. The order with Wartsila was placed in June 2019 by CGGC-UN […]