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When the wind drops and the sun goes down: how can Southeast Asia handle fluctuating clean power supply?

The intermittency of some renewables that test the resilience of power grids is often touted as an explanation for Southeast Asia’s woeful adoption of… (Read more)

Where next for renewable energy?

According to experts, national energy transition process requires comprehensive and synchronised policies. Đỗ Đức Quân, Vice Director General of the Electricity and… (Read more)

While Coal Still Dominates in South East Asia, Growth of Wind Power is Urgently Needed

Around the world, there is a palpable sense of urgency to accelerate the energy transition. With millions of citizens participating… (Read more)

White paper on Malaysia’s energy future aimed at achieving Paris Agreement pledge

Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is spearheading an industry-wide study with various agencies to develop an Oil, Gas, Energy and Environment… (Read more)

Whole of Myanmar to be powered by national grid in 2030

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Why citizens play a key role in Southeast Asia’s energy transition

Some Southeast Asian nations have displayed leadership in facilitating bottom-up renewable energy development. Now it is time for others to… (Read more)

Why does Indonesia’s nickel export ban upset the EU?

JAKARTA, INDONESIA — The European Union (EU) has filed a lawsuit against Indonesia to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over… (Read more)

Why energy systems in Southeast Asia need to go digital

Traditionally, the development of electricity systems has been built upon two assumptions: demand is not to be controlled; supply, then,… (Read more)

Why Hun Sen can’t keep the lights on

Cambodia has been gripped by daily blackouts in recent weeks, leaving many parts of the capital Phnom Penh without power… (Read more)

Why Indonesia struggles to tap its solar energy potential

JAKARTA: Opened to the public in 1978, Jakarta’s Istiqlal Mosque was built to commemorate Indonesia’s independence. (Read more)