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Is Southeast Asia ready for EV?

Traffic in emerging Asian countries has become synonymous with congestion and smog. Driving in some of the major cities in… (Read more)

The time is ripe for carbon pricing in Southeast Asia

Tax, whatever the purpose, is an unpopular word. The yellow vests movement in France, a series of protests that recently… (Read more)

Sarawak eyeing selling more electricity to West Kalimantan

KUCHING: The state government, through its state-owned power utility, Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB), is eyeing the potential sale of additional… (Read more)

Inpex Inks New Deal With Indonesia on $20 Billion Abadi LNG

Japan’s Inpex Corp. reached a new deal with Indonesia on the $20 billion Abadi liquefied natural gas project, a key… (Read more)

SensorFlow provides smart energy management for hotels in Malaysia

MANAGING energy consumption within a building can be a hassle. It’s not too bad at home – turning off the… (Read more)

Wartsila will power Cambodia’s power plant built by China

Electricite Du Cambodge (EDC), Cambodia’s state-run electricity supplier has inked an agreement with two Chinese companies to build two power… (Read more)

Energy expert seeks new oil and gas exploration for PHL

THE Philippines may experience regular power outages unless the country beefs up its oil and gas reserves and push for… (Read more)

Vietnam’s May coal imports rise 57% on year to 3.86 mil mt

Vietnam imported 3.86 million mt of coal in May, comprising mainly thermal coal and coking coal, surging 57.1% from the… (Read more)

Kyaukphyu power deal expected ‘within weeks’: Supreme Group

YANGON — The consortium developing a 135-megawatt power project at Kyaukphyu in Rakhine State expects final approval of a power… (Read more)

TNB: 85pc of complaints on electricity bill spike resolved

KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) today updated that 85 per cent of the over 18,000 complaints… (Read more)