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EVN to cut 1.7 billion kWh of renewable energy due to excessive generation

On the afternoon of April 4, in Hanoi, Vietnam Electricity (EVN) held an exchange with economic and energy experts in… (Read more)

Vietnam to reduce thermal power production

Vietnam targets reducing coal-fired power production by 6 percent this year to prioritize solar and wind energy even as it… (Read more)

Malaysia aspires to be carbon neutral nation, says Mustapa

PUTRAJAYA (May 5): Malaysia aspires to become a carbon-neutral nation in the future as it views climate change and sustainability… (Read more)

Myanmar coup threatens Chinese power projects

TAIPEI/YANGON -- Chinese energy companies contracted to build power plants in Myanmar have had their projects put on hold, and… (Read more)

Electricity demand dwindles amid lockdown: official

Demand for electricity has dropped to 1,700MW from 2,000MW in 2019 and has yet to post a significant pick-up even… (Read more)

ASEAN Centre for Energy’s Renewable Energy Sub-Sector Network to meet virtually

The 28th annual meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Center for Energy’s Renewable Energy Sub-Sector Network (RE-SSN)… (Read more)

Philippines is the second highest investment destination for renewables across Southeast Asia – report

With resources that can generate up to 3,000 gigawatts (GW), and a “highly-liberalized” active spot market, the Philippines is touted… (Read more)

Red zone residents call for assistance with electricity bills

Some residents in Phnom Penh’s designated Red Zones on May 1 urged state-run Electricite du Cambodge (EDC) to find ways… (Read more)

Irony Alert: Saudi Arabia Plans To Create Its Own Electric Car

Yes, electric cars represent a minimally invasive lifestyle change for an environmentally friendly future, they are taking up the bulk of… (Read more)

New draft geothermal tariffs in Indonesia not attractive

The Indonesian government is designing a new geothermal electricity tariff scheme which will be regulated in a Presidential Regulation (Perpres),… (Read more)