SINGAPORE, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and JTC Corporation (JTC) will launch a S$6 million ($4.46 million) request for proposal to test renewable energy, energy storage systems and low carbon solutions on its Jurong Island, a minister said on Monday.
Oct 25 (Reuters) – Brunei aims to meet 30% of itsoverall power generation mix with renewable energy by 2035, Energy Minister Awang Haji Mat Suny bin Haji Md Hussein said on Monday, as the country aims to accelerate progress towards greener energy.
Twenty-eight wind power plants have qualified for the incentive feed-in tariff for early operation which the government offered to stimulate investment in renewable energy.
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga, Philippines — “It is the record of our resistance,” says professor Roland Simbulan of the new book he edited, “Nuclear-Free Nation (The Power of the People vs. Nuclear Power in the Philippines).”
MANILA, Philippines — The high cost of oil in the world market will remain a concern for the Philippines until next year and this could pose further risk on the already stubbornly high inflation and impact the country’s economic recovery.
KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia will allow only non-renewable energy exports to neighbouring Singapore, while power sales to the island through self-developed transmission and interconnection facilities will not be allowed, said its Energy Ministry.
Ottawa (VNA) – A workshop on cooperation opportunities in clean and renewable energy development between Vietnam and Quebec of Canada took place on October 21 in both online and face-to-face forms, attracting the participation of Canadian scholars and representatives from bus
MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Manny Pacquiao on Thursday slammed the alleged anomalous deals in the management of the country’s electricity supply, which, he said, has been causing the hidden charges in consumers’ power bills and making the country’s electricity costs one of the highest in Asia.
Asean has made the unprecedented decision to exclude Myanmar’s junta chief Min Aung Hlaing from the grouping’s summits next week.
Brunei Darussalam’s renewable energy policy is as modest as its hydrocarbon strategy is ambitious. The petrostate is banking on technology to reduce its carbon footprint to preserve its ambitious expansion of oil and gas activities.