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Thai company to invest $1.4b in renewable energy

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Thailand's promising solar industry received a welcome boost this week with the news that a leading domestic clean energy developer is set to invest...
Indonesia to start work on world’s biggest geothermal plant

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Indonesia will begin construction next month of its long-delayed $1.6-billion Sarulla project, the world's biggest geothermal power plant, the country's chief economic minister said...
Japan assists Cambodia to Reduce Carbon Footprint

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The government of Japan on April 11 signed a Low Carbon Growth Partnership agreement with Cambodia, aiming to assist the country to reduce the...
GE to set up $1.4b business in Indonesia

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US technology company General Electric (GE) said that it has chosen Indonesia as the country in which to launch its $1.4 billion distributed power...
Southeast Asia’s energy hunger needs to be stilled

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The Asian energy ministers’ meeting, the Fifth Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable held on September 12 in Seoul and co-hosted by South Korea and Qatar,...
Are the Philippines’ energy dreams too ambitious?

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Alongside the C-5 highway in Metro Manila, one of the pulsing thoroughfares of the capital, a raggedy tarpaulin banner belonging to a hotel known...
Geothermal energy: Indonesia shows some latent steam

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One of the world’s most volcanically active countries, Indonesia has a daunting geography that, though at times self destructive, could be harnessed with modern...
Contracting with the Philippines’ green ambitions

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The Philippines has outlined an ambitious energy plan to generate 15,000 megawatts from renewable energy by 2030, or half of the projected supply. There...
Philippines awards pioneer solar farm

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The Philippine government has green lighted the country’s first major solar farm to Philippine Solar Farm-Leyte, which can begin construction on a 30-megawatt plant...
Philippine growth too much to power?

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The Philippines’ national energy plan will have to be rethought if the country continues to maintain its current clip of economic growth, a high-level...
Roadmap set for ‘low-carbon’ Thailand

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Thai and Japanese researchers have embarked on a "Roadmap for a Low-carbon Thailand towards 2050" initiative that is aimed at contributing to widespread climate-policy...
Philippines schedules largest wind farms

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The Philippines took another step towards realising its renewable energy potential by approving three new wind farms, which will become the largest in the...
Sarawak’s unduly overlooked solar potential

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Solar power plants are suitable for Sarawak’s equatorial location on Borneo, and the low frequency of debilitating storms make the energy source especially viable, writes Justin Calderon after an on-site inspection.
Philippine green energy tariffs due 2014

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In a spur to see half of the Philippines’ energy derive from renewable sources by 2030, the central government has announced that an anticipated...
Renewables: The brighter solution for the Gulf

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Qatar-based GreenGulf is a renewable energy company that develops and manages large-scale renewable energy assets in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Inside Investor wanted to know more from the CEO.
Sarawak hydropower seeks private funds

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The private sector is increasingly playing a pivotal role in the development of hydropower plants, the International Hydropower Association (IHA) has highlighted, with Sarawak...
Thailand turns to solar power

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As Thailand’s energy demand is projected to rise over the next decade, the country increasingly turns to the development of renewable energy sources, such...

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The Philippines is now ranked among the top five most energy-efficient countries in Asia, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB), yet the price...