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Angkor Resources launches assessment with communities and Ministry on Block VIII Oil License, Cambodia

Angkor Resources Corp. announced the completion of a community assessment mission for ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) on Block VIII oil and gas license.

PM reaffirms household electricity subsidy

Prime Minister Hun Manet reaffirmed that the government will continue subsidizing electricity for households as global energy prices remain high. “The Cambodian government will not increase the electricity price, despite the government having to pay millions of dollars a month to ease the burden of citizens nationwide, including the workers,” the Prime Minister said at […]

EnergyLab Cambodia to organize electric mobility showcase 2023 this week

The Electric Mobility Showcase 2023 is going to be held on August 11 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia in Phnom Penh with the participation of 16 electric vehicle (EV) companies.

Cambodia’s National Assembly Approves 670 MW Clean-Energy Projects

The National Assembly (NA) gave its approval for the construction and payment guarantees of six clean-energy plants with a combined capacity of 670 megawatts (MW) in Cambodia. The projects include four solar power developments in Prey Veng, Pursat, Svay Rieng, and Kampong Chhnang provinces, along with two hydropower projects in Koh Kong province. The NA […]

Power firms shifting focus to green projects with Cambodia standing to gain

Chinese companies’ investment in new energy globally surges 55.6% in 2022 Chinese power companies are increasingly focusing on renewable energy projects such as solar and wind power globally, an industry report showed.

92% of households in Cambodia get access to electricity: survey

PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Ninety-two per cent of households in Cambodia have access to electricity, including 99 per cent in urban areas and 88 per cent in rural areas, said the 2021-2022 Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey released on Tuesday (April 4).

Cambodia Halts Hydropower Construction on Mekong River Until 2030

Experts in Cambodia have welcomed the government’s recent halt on hydropower development on the Mekong River until 2030, but called on the government to focus on renewable energies.

Cambodia seeks Malaysia’s support in electricity export project

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday urged Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for provision of support in the implementation of a privately-invested project for exporting renewable energy from Cambodia to Singapore as the former would need to install electrical cables under Malaysia’s seabed before they are directly connected to the latter.

Chanthol urges jump in EV charging stations

An inter-ministerial technical committee held their first meeting to draft the legal framework and policy, as well as strategies, for the management and development of electric vehicles (EVs) in Cambodia. They are also planning workshops to set out a roadmap for the construction of charging stations.

Textile industry energy audits rising

Minister of Environment Say Samal on March 13 encouraged the garment and other textile-related industries to step up clean-energy and green efforts to better position the Kingdom to meet key government greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation commitments, as a prominent EU-backed programme registers a record-breaking 50th energy audit.