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12 suburban malls, including Waterway Point and Northpoint City, to have electric vehicle charging points from Sept

A total of 36 new electric vehicle (EV) charging points will be deployed at 12 suburban malls under Frasers Property Retail located across the island, such as Waterway Point and Northpoint City, from September this year.

12th Malaysia Plan: What you need to know about the 2050 carbon neutral goal and other green measures

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob on Monday (Sep 27) tabled the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) in parliament, with a pledge for Malaysia to “become a carbon neutral country by 2050 at the earliest” listed alongside other measures to accelerate green growth.

14 exploration applications in DOE’s hands

The Department of Energy (DOE) has received a total of 14 applications for exploration activities for oil and gas throughout the country.

14 power plants to be given more time to start up

The government has given the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) the go-ahead to extend the deadline for 14 renewable power plants to start commercial operations. The Energy Policy Administrative Committee (Epac) approved the ERC proposal after many operators called for the government to ease the commercial operations date (COD) conditions.

15 join GMAC green project

At least 15 garment factories are now involved in the Switch Garment project, an initiative to promote sustainable energy enhancement and investment in clean energy technologies in the garment sector in Cambodia.

16 foreign firms want to partner with local electric co-ops to form clean-energy mini grids

SIXTEEN foreign firms have expressed interest to partner with electric cooperatives to put up clean-energy mini grids. According to the post-event survey conducted by the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) that co-organized the first-ever Philippines Mini-grid Business-to-Business (B2B) Forum in Manila, “16 foreign participants said they would or were very likely to invest in mini […]

2 Indonesian islands vanish; more at risk

JAKARTA • Two small islands in South Sumatra have disappeared as a result of rising sea levels driven by climate change, while four other islands are already on the brink of vanishing, the Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) has said. The province’s Betet Island and Gundul Island, which technically fell under the administration of […]

2 Japanese firms want to convert oil palm waste to energy

KOTA KINABALU: Two Japanese firms, with interest in renewable biomass energy, are expected to invest close to RM300 million in Sabah’s Lahad Datu Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC). One of the firms is expected to sign the lease agreement with POIC on Dec 3 in Tokyo. The other, F Bit Communications Corporation, will do the […]

2 PH firms among world’s top 200 greenest firms

ORMOC CITY – Two Philippine companies, the Lopez-led First Gen Corporation and Energy Development Corporation (EDC), have been included in the latest list of the world’s top 200 biggest and greenest companies. The two companies have their offices here with First Gen in Ormoc City, and EDC in Kananga, Leyte. The prestigious list, called the […]

2,000-MW Indonesian coal-fired plant may be operational next year

What some are calling the largest coal-fired power plant in Indonesia should begin commercial operations in 2020, officials said. The 2,000-MW Batang power plant is nearly completed, an official with Adaro Power told the Jakarta Post. The project is being built to deal with Indonesia’s looming electricity shortage, according to the company. Indonesia government authorities […]