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Electric vehicles gain momentum in Malaysia, but power supply remains a problem

THREE years ago, the government allowed the import of 100 Tesla Model S cars as part of its effort to… (Read more)

O&G decommissioning works in big demand

PETALING JAYA: As more oil and gas (O&G) fields in Malaysia and the region approach the end of their lifespan,… (Read more)

Decarbonising South East Asia

Renewable energy is now cheaper than fossil-fuelled generation in most of the world and renewables offer a faster and cheaper… (Read more)

Yangon Region losing electricity units worth over K1.6bn yearly

Government suffers losses of K1.6 billion per year as each of 45 townships in Yangon Region see loss of electricity… (Read more)

Parliament approves power projects

The National Assembly yesterday unanimously approved plans by SPHP (Cambodia) to invest in a new hydroelectric dam in Pursat province,… (Read more)

Thailand tops UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) rank in ASEAN

BANGKOK, 1 July 2019 (NNT) – The Prime Minister is satisfied with the latest Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ranking where… (Read more)

Thai Oil Giant Boosts Renewables Funding Over ‘Uncertain’ Crude Outlook

Thai energy conglomerate PTT Pcl is boosting investments in electricity generation, particularly renewables, given what it says is a “highly… (Read more)

Indonesian utility PLN to resume adjustable electricity tariffs in 2020

JAKARTA, July 2 (Reuters) - State electricity utility PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) will return to using adjustable electricity tariffs… (Read more)

More investors keen on PH oil, gas exploration

The Philippines’ efforts to rev up the exploration for oil and gas in the country continue to attract interest from… (Read more)

Charging the EV market

While electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to be cheaper than internal combustion engine (ICE) or conventional vehicles in Europe in… (Read more)