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Reve

USD 6.7 billion in wind power investment in Vietnam at risk without COVID-19 relief

The Global Wind Energy Council (“GWEC”) and the global wind industry is calling on the Vietnamese government to postpone the FiT deadline for wind projects by at least six months as a COVID-19 relief measure for the wind sector in Vietnam.

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Radio Free Asia

Electricity Bill Boycott Denies Myanmar Military US $1 Billion in Power Revenues Since Coup

Myanmar’s junta has lost some 2 trillion kyats (U.S. $1 billion) in revenue from its military-operated power company since seizing power seven months ago amid a widespread public boycott of the paying of electricity bills, according to the country’s shadow National Unity Government (NUG).

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Pulse News

Hyundai Motor, LG Energy Solution break ground for $1.1 bn EV battery plant in Indonesia

Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution Ltd. has begun construction of $1.1 billion first joint-venture electric vehicle battery cell production plant in Karawang industrial park in Indonesia that would serve as the base for EV inroads in Southeast Asia

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Khmer Times

Cambodia seeks clean affordable technologies in energy development

Cambodia’s low-carbon energy transition in the Asean region is extremely important as part of the sustainable pathways contributing to abatement of climate change in order to achieve a net zero emission society, the Ministry of Mines and Energy said yesterday.

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Pattaya Mail

ASEAN’s first cold energy-based air separation unit opens in Rayong

BIG and PTT will open Southeast Asia’s first air separation unit that uses cold energy from the condition changing process of liquefied natural gas (LNG) late this month.

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Khmer Times

Condo developers, owners accused of fixing electricity prices too high

Some condominium developers have been accused of over-inflating electricity and other utility prices, leaving many people confused and some seriously out of pocket.

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The Straits Times

Singapore to trial import of renewable hydropower from Laos in cross-border power trade deal

SINGAPORE – The Republic will begin trialling the import of renewable hydropower from Laos via Thailand and Malaysia, following an agreement between Keppel Electric and Electricite Du Laos (EDL) announced on Wednesday (Sept 15).