Baharin to helm Tenaga as new CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional’s chief distribution network officer Datuk Baharin Din will be the new president and chief executive officer on March 1.

Filipino Student Designs Solar Windows That Converts Food Waste Into Renewable Energy

The first-ever sustainability winner of The James Dyson Award was awarded to Carvey Maigue for inventing an innovative way to tackle food waste and using it to create renewable energy sources thus setting up a circular economy and mitigating climate change.

Myanmar’s political woes may apply brakes to gasoline inflows

Singapore — The recent military coup in Myanmar is expected to inject headwinds into the Asian gasoline market as the political situation has raised fears of slowing imports in the near term, potentially squeezing domestic supplies in a country that has limited production bandwidth of its own.

ADB, Energy Absolute Sign Green Loan for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle Charging Network

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (Energy Absolute) signed a 1.5 billion Thai baht ($47.62 million) green loan to finance ongoing renewable energy projects and a countrywide electric vehicle charging network in Thailand.

Renewable energy program targets 55.8% share of power mix by 2040

THE Department of Energy has set new renewable energy (RE) targets in its latest version of the National Renewable Energy Program (NREP), with RE expected to account for more than half of the Philippines’ power mix by 2040, officials said.

State-owned Cambodian electricity company shortens contract with Asiatic Group subsidiary

A state-owned Cambodian electricity supplier is shortening the duration of a power purchase agreement that it has with a unit of Asiatic Group (Holdings).

Ensuring good idea doesn’t go to waste

Thailand is the world leader in turning waste to energy.

Smart Cities In The Post COVID-19 Era

Cities are home to most of the world’s population and where problems and solutions meet. They are centres of economic growth and innovation. However, the high concentration of people and economic activities in cities make them most vulnerable to various disasters, epidemics and pandemics.

NGCP seeks ERC approval for Php262B grid expansion

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) has allotted a huge capital expenditure (capex) of over Php262 billion to expand and upgrade the country’s grid system in the next four years.

EDC taps French firm to transform plastic wastes into housing materials

Geothermal power producer Energy Development Corp. said Friday it teamed up with Plastic Flamingo of France for its plastic-to-shelter project as part of its mission to achieve a regenerative and decarbonized future.