HANOI, Nov 25 (Reuters) – Vietnam’s state oil firm PetroVietnam said on Wednesday it was on track to meet its targeted rate of production this year, despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the fall in global crude oil prices.
Local firm Solar Philippines is prepping up for its planned initial public offering (IPO) at the local bourse, according to company executives.
The Philippines is cementing its two-decade ‘low carbon’ pathway with 34,000 megawatts of renewable energy (RE) installations that shall be integrated into the power mix.
The government threatened on Tuesday not to buy electricity from Sanakham dam in Laos after it learned the project might affect the Mekong River.
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A full percentage of people living in rural areas of Yangon Region will have access to electricity by the end of December this year, said Chief Minister Phyo Min Thein.
U ZAW NAING THEIN: The pandemic has had a substantial impact on the global energy sector, including that of Myanmar. However, since only around 55% of the population currently has access to electricity, the pandemic has not affected our business plans to expand electricity distribution dramatically.
The Philippines’ Energy Development Company (EDC) has focused on the well-being of all its stakeholders and has now been awarded for these efforts being named as one of Asia’s top sustainability advocates at the recent 2020 Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability (ACES) Awards.