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Yangon and rest of country facing more power cuts

According to a statement from the Ministry of Electricity and Energy, it will not be able to meet Yangon’s electricity demands this summer and it is having to ration electricity.

Decarbonisation of Malaysia’s power sector cheaper than ‘business as usual’: industry watchers

Malaysia could save as much as US$250 billion on its cumulative energy system if it aligned its decarbonisation efforts with a 1.5 degrees Celsius scenario, making for a “compelling cost argument”, according to International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).  

Mitsubishi Power to Upgrade Gas Turbines at Singapore CCGT

Mitsubishi Power, a unit of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), has received a contract from Singapore’s Tuas Power Generation for upgrades to two of the four M701F gas turbines (CCP3 and CCP4) in its combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power generation facility, MHI said on November 30.

Indonesia says lithium, anode plants are being built to support EV ambitions

JAKARTA, Nov 29 (Reuters) – Indonesia is building a lithium refinery and an anode material production facility to complement its nickel-based battery materials industry, an official said, as it aims to set itself up as a hub for making electric vehicles (EVs).

Sabah collects RM1.79bil in sales tax from petroleum products

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah collected RM1.79 billion in sales tax from petroleum products, the state assembly heard today. Second finance minister Masidi Manjun said the revenue exceeded the state government’s target of RM1.1 billion.

Philippines regulators consider energy storage ownership rules and definition – report

The Philippines Department of Energy (DOE) and regulators are considering changing rules governing ownership of grid-connected energy storage systems. The current classification of energy storage as generation could be hindering investment in an asset class the Philippines needs to see more of to ensure stable and cost-effective operation of its electricity networks.

Russian Firm Offers Indonesia Partnership in Nuclear Power Plants

TEMPO.CO, Sochi – Russia’s state-run nuclear company, Rosatom State Corporation, offered cooperation to build a floating nuclear power plant (NPP) for Indonesia.  

Vietnam Electricity reports losses of $635 mln

Vietnam Electricity (EVN) posted losses of VND15.758 trillion ($635.4 million) between January and October, with higher fuel prices a major contributing factor. EVN said fluctuations in the world prices of coal, oil and gas since the beginning of this year have caused its production costs and purchase prices of electricity it bought from other power […]

Bangkok targets 8,000 electric buses within 3 years

In the Thai capital of Bangkok, 1,250 electric buses are currently set to replace old diesel buses. Within three years, the number of electric buses in the Bangkok metropolitan area is to be increased to 8,000.

6 power plants on outage; brownouts expected in Luzon grid

MANILA – Rotational brownouts are expected in Luzon between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday as the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) declared the grid under red alert status during this period.