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Indonesia Commits to Low Carbon Development and a Green Economy at COP24

KATOWICE, Poland, Dec 11 2018 (IPS) - Although Indonesia has attained decent economic growth of over five percent in the… (Read more)

Ayala wants to become bigger RE player in Phl

MANILA, Philippines — Ayala Corp., the country’s oldest conglomerate, is bent on aggressively growing its renewable energy portfolio to become… (Read more)

Blockchain gaining ground in Southeast Asia

20 years ago, no one could have accurately predicted the huge impact that inventions like the smartphone and the World… (Read more)

Low carbon electricity generation, carbon pricing could reduce emissions in Asean: MIT report

KATOWICE, Poland - The ongoing United Nations (UN) climate change talks in Poland have emphasised the need for the world… (Read more)

Carbon shift still not a threat to coal-using firms’ credit worthiness

The drive toward carbon mitigation and away from fossil fuels is expected to have a gradual effect on coal-using companies… (Read more)

Singapore ranks fifth in total green office space certifications

It lagged behind Beijing and Sydney with only around 13 million sqft of certified green space. Singapore came in fifth… (Read more)

PV Oil to sell State’s stake

A PV Oil technician in Thừa Thiên-Huế pumps fuel into petrol tanks for distribution. — VNA/VNS Photo Huy Hùng Viet… (Read more)

Indonesia’s Pertamina appoints SK, Hyundai for $4 bn refinery upgrade

JAKARTA: Indonesia's Pertamina on Monday said it had appointed South Korea's SK Engineering & Construction and Hyundai Engineering & Construction… (Read more)

Power plan ‘a setback for sustainable energy’

ENVIRONMENTAL watchdog Greenpeace has called Thailand’s Power Development Plan 2018 (PDP) “sugar-coated” despite its embrace of more renewable energy, saying… (Read more)

Towards an energy efficient ASEAN

In tandem with a renewable energy policy, energy efficiency will be key to building a reliable and sustainable energy system… (Read more)