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‘Rising oil prices to weigh on Philippines economic recovery’

MANILA, Philippines — The high cost of oil in the world market will remain a concern for the Philippines until… (Read more)

‘Small hydro’ plants better than dams, says green energy activist

PETALING JAYA: “Small hydro” run of river (RoR) projects should be prioritised over dams in growing Malaysia’s reliance on hydroelectric… (Read more)

‘Solar energy will fill shortages,’ says Jona

Thai firm B Grimm Power Pcl has invested in a 30MW solar project in Cambodia, Ministry of Mines and Energy… (Read more)

‘Tesla of Thailand’ keeps factories running in virus lockdown

Thailand’s biggest electric-vehicle venture has stayed mostly in gear during the Covid-19 pandemic, with Energy Absolute Plc (EA) ontinuing construction… (Read more)

‘Tesla of Thailand’ Mulls Hydropower Plants to Balance EV Risks

Energy Absolute Pcl took a detour from developing solar and wind farms to lead Thailand’s biggest electric-vehicle venture. While it’s still… (Read more)

‘Trashing’ it out: Waste management across Asia

The world is generating more waste than ever. Rubbish created in Asia-Pacific is projected to increase from about 802 million… (Read more)

‘Tweaking energy mix to grow RE share key to fighting climate risk ’

ONE way to address climate change and to fortify the Philippines against climate risks is to review and revise its energy mix,… (Read more)

‘Unbundling’ oil prices is not regulatory, DOE official says

The Department of Energy (DOE) is firm in its position requiring oil companies to “unbundle” or reveal the details of… (Read more)

‘Vietnam can leap the hurdles and take its place as an offshore wind leader’

Home to a population of over 96 million, Vietnam’s energy needs are ever-increasing and it is one of the most… (Read more)

‘We attack,’ Indonesia declares in joint bid with Malaysia to shield palm oil

JAKARTA — Palm oil giants Indonesia and Malaysia are teaming up to fight what they call a smear campaign targeted… (Read more)