Singapore’s clean energy provider VFlowTech signs South Korea deal to power renewable grids for EV charging stations

[SINGAPORE] Energy storage solutions provider VFlowTech has announced that it will be part of a tripartite project with Seoul National University of Science & Technology (SeoulTech) and Korean-based CompanyWE Inc to install self-reliant green EV charging infrastructure at existing gas stations in South Korea. The announcement makes VFlowTech the first renewable energy battery provider to […]

Vietnam cuts back on LNG, coal-fired power projects after net zero pledge

Vietnam is looking to reduce the share of fossil fuels, including natural gas and coal, in its future energy mix, while renewables will rise in line with its recent net zero pledge and as securing global funding for fossil fuel projects becomes harder.

Scotland to help Vietnam develop offshore wind

The Scottish government is committed to expanding the Scotland-Vietnam relationship as the power-hungry Southeast Asian nation hopes to expand its nascent offshore wind sector. Significantly, there will be increasing opportunities for Scottish companies as Vietnam eyes offshore wind development in deeper waters.

Australia and Indonesia keep talking about a ‘green economy’ — but what does that look like?

Every day, the factory Mohamad Lutfi runs in East Java turns 50 tonnes of plastic waste into pallets.

Thailand’s electric vehicle market is underway, with commercial EV’s in focus

Thailand’s electric vehicle market is underway, with companies focusing on the commercial EV’s as a starting point. As many expect EV’s to be the future of the auto industry, many companies are now making the switch to renewable energy.

Shell halves Singapore refining capacity, to change chemical feedstock

SINGAPORE, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has halved its crude processing capacity at its Singapore hub and reduced fuel exports, executives said on Tuesday, as the major transits from fossil fuels to cut emissions and meet global low-carbon energy needs.

Ayala unit set to co-own Batangas Clean Energy

ACE Enexor, Inc. (ACEX) and Gen X Energy L.P. is set to acquire 50% each of shares in Batangas Clean Energy, Inc. (BCE), subject to clearance from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

DoE says claims of West Philippine Sea exploration contracts ‘speculative’

THE Department of Energy (DoE) described as “speculative” claims by a senator that the agency recommended the awarding of two service contracts to a unit of Udenna Corp. to explore areas in the West Philippine Sea.

Malaysia remains preferred RE market in region but Vietnam is getting strong, says TNB official

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 23): Malaysia remains the preferred destination in Southeast Asia for investors in the renewable energy (RE) space but Vietnam is another up and coming active market, says TNB Renewables Sdn Bhd managing director Mohd Yusrizal Mohd Yusof.

Govt launches Green Electricity Tariff for renewable energy subscription, replaces myGreen+

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 23): The government has launched the Green Electricity Tariff (GET) to allow subscribers to use electricity generated from renewable energy sources to reduce their carbon footprint.