A consortium led by Korea Electric Power (KEPCO) has won a deal to build and operate a US$1 billion combined cycle gas-fired power plant in Pulau Indah, Malaysia, and plans to issue an Islamic...
China Datang Group, one of China’s Big Five state-owned generators, is to gas turbines and associated generating equipment worth US$1 billion from General Electric (GE).
Indonesia’s indebted state power monopoly Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) has secured new bank loans totalling US$1.2 billion.
China Power Hub Generation Co. Ltd (CPHGCL) has raised a US$1.5 billion loan from a consortium of Chinese banks led by China Development Bank (CDB) to develop a 1,320-MW coal-fired TPP at Hub in...
Indonesian state-owned power utility PLN will not postpone this year’s remaining power plant construction auctions, despite recent revelations of the company’s huge debt problems.
The Japanese-led Sarulla geothermal independent power producer (IPP) project in Indonesia’s North Sumatra Province has kicked off a second 110-MW unit, according to Japan’s top energy developer,...
India’s Adani Group has taken more solid steps towards developing the controversial Carmichael thermal mine in Queensland.
The Indian Coal Ministry has identified 10 coal blocks to offer to private investors to develop on a commercial basis.
Thermal coal supplies for power generators are tight in China and prices are 25% higher this month than a year ago, industry reports said.
State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) is focusing on acquiring coking coal assets in Australia.
China has agreed to fund the development of the 1,200-MW Budhi Gandaki HPP in central Nepal as part of its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
India’s Adani Enterprises is preparing to develop its US$16.5 billion Carmichael coal project in Australia after clearing a number of legal hurdles.
Mongolia’s 55-MW Sainshand wind farm has successfully achieved financial close, with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the European Investment Bank (EIB)and Denmark’s...
More than a year after the full liberalisation of Japan’s retail electricity market, customers are becoming less interested in changing their power suppliers, a survey showed.