Indonesia is set to miss its target 7.2 gigawatt (GW) of installed geothermal power capacity because of high development costs and a lack of supporting regulation, according to the Indonesian Geothermal Association (INAGA).
About 2.4 gigawatts (GW) of the country’s large-scale solar (LSS) projects have been awarded to date and out of this, about 1.4GW are operational, says Maybank Investment Bank (IB) Research.
The Myanmar junta’s nuclear ambitions are once again in the spotlight after it begged China to help train its experts in the use of nuclear technology at a China-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) nuclear forum last week.
GREEN hydrogen – the process of producing hydrogen through electrolysis powered by renewable energy (RE) sources – is poised to help drive the bulk of growth in sustainable energy, according to Deloitte’s new report “Green hydrogen: Energising the path to net zero. Deloitte’s 2023 global green hydrogen outlook.”
The state government is studying the possibility of using wood pellets to generate additional energy for Sarawak, Premier Tan Sri Abang Johari Openg said tonight. He said he recently led a delegation to visit a factory in Norway that turns timber waste into wood pellets.
CEBU CITY — President Bongbong Marcos Jr. has sought the help of the business sector in the plan to push forward with the use of renewable energy.
Manila Electric Co. (Meralco)-affiliate PacificLight Power Pte. Ltd. plans to expand its portfolio in Singapore by participating in a tender offer to build a new power plant in that country.
Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has proposed to the Government to increase retail electricity prices to ensure a balance in its production and business operations, just three months after the first increase in May.
SINGAPORE has gone from a mudflat swamp with fishing villages to an island metropolis boasting one of the world’s highest incomes and population densities in a little more than 150 years. It’s going to have to go through a different kind of transformation in less than 30 years if it’s to meet its newly set […]
Under the draft, the MOIT has put forward a proposal to two scenarios: The first one is power purchase made via transmission lines invested by the private sector: In this case, renewable energy generators and large electricity consumers would not face restrictions on capacity, output, or electricity use purpose. Power suppliers would be responsible for […]