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Thai government is going DIY and building its own converted EVs, report says

Converting older cars into electric vehicles was once one of the only ways to get an EV in your driveway,… (Read more)

Survey: Less coal, more solar, say citizens of Belt & Road countries

JAKARTA — Citizens of countries participating in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, or BRI, strongly prefer clean energy over the… (Read more)

Gesits electric motorcycle hits market with Rp 24.9 million price tag

PT Gesits Tecnologies Indo (GTI) is now selling its maiden product, the electric scooter, for Rp 24.9 million (US$1,753). “After passing through… (Read more)

Hun Sen leaves Kingdom for Belt and Road Forum in Beijing

Prime Minister Hun Sen and his delegation left the Kingdom yesterday to attend the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing… (Read more)

Thailand’s green meetings prove Asean’s commitment to sustainability goals

Thailand will host more than 70 major Asean meetings this year, with an additional 200 supporting meetings also on the… (Read more)

Lao electricity to bring forex

Electricity generation looks set to take a leading role in supplying Laos with foreign exchange in the coming years, according… (Read more)

Hydrogen next big thing for low-carbon future, ADB climate expert says

Developing countries like the Philippines could emerge as the “big winners” if they move toward a hydrogen economy, according to… (Read more)

DOE eyes 70% cap on power plants’ contracting capacity by Q3

MANILA -- Power producers in the Philippines will be required to have a 70-percent cap on their contracting capacities, likely… (Read more)

The future of sustainable energy in Singapore

The future of sustainable energy in Singapore is bright, according to experts who spoke at a recent forum on clean… (Read more)

One in five Indonesians don’t believe human activity causes climate change

A survey has revealed that 18 percent of Indonesians do not believe human activity causes climate change, while another 6 percent believe that the… (Read more)