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Stronger gov’t-private sector cooperation sought for PH energy transition

Between legislated policies or crafted rules and their actual implementations, there are always gaps to be filled in or addressed… (Read more)

Struggling to keep the lights on

The government pledged that this year all villages in the country would be electrified and at least 70 percent would… (Read more)

STT GDC releases first ESG report, buys carbon credits in Singapore

ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) has released its first ESG report and taken part in the first carbon… (Read more)

Student saves money to install solar panels at SMARTER Brunei

“IT’S a small step, but one step closer to greener Brunei,” said Jerudong International School (JIS) student Sidharth. A teenager… (Read more)

Student workshop on potential mining sector

Students from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia have been learning about the Kingdom’s potential mining sector as the country… (Read more)

Students learn importance of renewable energy technologies

The Ministry of Energy and Green Brunei in collaboration with Mitsubishi Corporation organised an Environmental Education Tour programme at Tenaga… (Read more)

Study looks at using EVs to power homes

A public-private study on a new business model allowing electric vehicles to power houses to cut electricity bills can help… (Read more)

Study: U.S. biofuels not to blame for Indonesia and Malaysia deforestation

Since 1990, the United States has ramped up its production of biofuels—to about 16 billion gallons of ethanol and 1.6… (Read more)

Sual power station ordered locked down, but to continue operating

The Sual Power Station, the largest coal-fired power plant in the country and the main source of electricity of the… (Read more)

Subsea cable planned to import green power from Indonesia to S’pore, SP partners France’s EDF

SINGAPORE - A subsea cable will be developed to import renewable energy from Indonesia to Singapore. (Read more)