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The Lao Ministry of Energy recently hosted a meeting to share information about the Luang Prabang Hydroelectric Dam project on the Mekong River.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, a major global renewable energy investor, is forging ahead with plans to develop Vietnam's offshore wind power industry, using the La Gan project in Binh Thuan province as a catalyst
Azerbaijan aspires to position itself as a “bridge” for climate finance between the global south and the global north.
In Malaysia, TC Sunenergy Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Tan Chong Group, has successfully launched its 20-MW floating large-scale solar photovoltaic plant in Serendah
Kyoto Fusioneering and the UK Atomic Energy Authority have inked a collaboration agreement aimed at propelling tritium breeding blanket technology from its conceptual phase toward commercialization
Ciel & Terre Taiwan, in collaboration with HEXA Renewables, has successfully concluded the construction of one of Taiwan's largest near-shore floating solar projects within the Changbin Industrial Park, located in Changhua County
AsiaElec: Clone of Taiwan's Changbin Industrial Park completes major near-shore floating solar project
The Mining Advocacy Network is urging the government to take legal action against a geothermal company following a suspected gas leak incident that has affected hundreds of residents in North Sumatra.
The government has taken steps to enhance the utilisation of solar energy for electricity generation through rooftop solar power plants with the issuance of Minister of Energy and Mineral Resource Regulation No. 2/2024.
Vietnam is considering proposals from Laos to purchase nearly 4.15GW of wind power, aiming to address potential electricity shortages and secure cost-competitive sources.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is unveiling an outlook for sustainable energy development, spotlighting Papua's vast hydropower potential, which has garnered international interest, particularly from Japan.
Representatives from the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, during their visit to the Dwikora Port in Pontianak, expressed keen interest in utilising palm shells from West Kalimantan as a source of raw material for renewable energy.
World Bank agrees Afghanistan CASA-1000 power project restart amid neighbouring nations’ “stranded asset” fears
Attempts to attract private financing get nowhere. International financing institution says work resumption will be “ring-fenced” to safeguard construction payments and future revenue.