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.
Across the sun-drenched tropical expanse of Southeast Asia and with a number of new projects coming up, solar power is increasingly gathering a polished appeal, finds Justin Calderon. Has the solar revolution in ASEAN arrived?
Inside Investor asks Stéphane Michel, Managing Director of Total Qatar, affiliate of the French oil and gas major, how research initiatives and industry developments are taking the company to the World Cup 2022 and beyond.
The upper echelons of influence in Sarawak’s government, educational institutions and private sector all unanimously declare this is the greatest challenge to the state’s targeted developmental trajectory – human capital.
Brunei, with its oil-centered economy, is currently looking for ways to diversify away from hydrocarbon revenues and does so through promoting other industries. Renewable energy could be a sector with high potential.