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Truckers protest diesel prices at Ministry of Energy

A protest by truckers took place on a Bangkok highway yesterday to bring attention to the high price of diesel. The truckers are calling for a cap on fuel prices, and drove in a convoy to the Ministry of Energy to make their demands known.

From 1.2% to zero: What will it take to phase out coal from Singapore’s energy mix?

SINGAPORE: Even though coal makes up just over 1 per cent of Singapore’s energy needs, phasing out the use of the fossil fuel may not be such a straightforward affair for Singapore, experts say.

Thailand rejects concerns over Lao hydroelectric projects

Thailand’s government has shrugged off concerns voiced by environmentalist groups and agreed to import electricity from several controversial hydroelectric projects on the Mekong River in neighboring Laos.

Laos exports over 6,423MW to ASEAN

Laos currently exports more than 6,423MW to other countries, mainly neighbouring countries, a senior official has said. Addressing the National Assembly recently, Minister of Energy and Mines Dr Daovong Phonekeo said several power plants are under construction that will generate electricity for sale to neighbouring countries and other ASEAN member states.

Pilot project to use hawker centre food waste to generate electricity, produce fertiliser

SINGAPORE: Food waste at East Coast Lagoon Food Village will be used to generate electricity and produce fertiliser as part of a pilot project, the National Environment Agency (NEA), National University of Singapore (NUS) and National Parks Board (NParks) said in a joint news release on Wednesday (Nov 17).

Singapore is on a timer to decarbonise power sector

ENERGY flows where attention goes – sums up Singapore’s efforts to green its power sector as it shifts away from fossil fuels to other more sustainable forms of renewable energy on the long road to zero carbon.

Laos: Electricity earnings soar by 12% as govt eyes new plants

Laos earned $2,012 million from the export of electricity in the first nine months of this year, an increase of 12% compared to the same period last year.

Bitdeer Group Takes the Lead in Renewable Energy Adoption Among Global Digital Asset Mining

Singapore, Singapore–(Newsfile Corp. – November 17, 2021) – Bitdeer Group, the world’s leading digital assets mining service provider, reveals its latest achievement in the adoption of renewable energy that is ensured by one of its three major business verticals Mining Datacenter amid the constantly rising usage of sustainable and renewable technology in world’s cryptocurrency mining.

Government urged to hasten renewable energy development

THE PHILIPPINE government must speed up the development of renewable energy sources to lessen its dependence on costly fossil fuels that have made the country vulnerable to inflationary pressures, analysts said.

Cooperation key to building EV ecosystem

More private-state cooperation is needed to build an adequate electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in Thailand, following the recent launch of EV fast-charging facilities at Siam Square in Bangkok.