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Coal power plants flourish in the Philippines despite ‘climate emergency’

Coal has long been the primary power source in the Philippines, and large-scale power plants act as a safety crutch… (Read more)

Building the Next Phase of Growth in Southeast Asia Around Renewable Energy

It is one of the fastest growing and dynamic regions in the world. A global trade hub and a strong… (Read more)

Cleaning up a dirty industry: ASEAN is becoming more dependent on coal but it has an obligation to mitigate its environmental impact

Universal electricity access is a key pillar of ASEAN’s development goals. The regional bloc has committed to providing every citizen with an… (Read more)

In Indonesia, Students Use Puppets to Banish ‘Big Ghost’ of Plastic Waste in Fight Against Climate Change

Jakarta: The scene is much like any other Indonesian puppet show: the beat of the gongs is frenetic, the musicians wear… (Read more)

Toyota Indonesia set to produce battery electric vehicles in Karawang

Tokyo (ANTARA) - PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) is ready to start battery electric vehicle (BEV) production at its… (Read more)

Power Up: Indonesia’s New Capital Needs New Electricity Grid

Jakarta. Indonesia's new capital in East Kalimantan will need additional 1,555 megawatts of electricity to ensure an uninterrupted power supply, according to… (Read more)

Myanmar rushes power plant projects to avoid more blackouts

YANGON -- Myanmar's government is trying to address the country's worsening power shortage, aiming to add 1,072 megawatts of new… (Read more)

Electrical Authority Prepares to Shut Down Mae Moh Coal Mine

NORTHEN THAILAND Electrical Authority Prepares to Shut Down Mae Moh Coal Mine Advertisements The electric authority is conducting a study… (Read more)

Let’s move from 3R to 7R

Notwithstanding the current cooler spell, Malaysia is hotter than ever before, and the trend shows no signs of reversing to… (Read more)

Philippines pushes 60-40 sharing for oil with China

MANILA, Philippines — The government would pursue a 60-40 sharing scheme with China once talks start anew this month for… (Read more)