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ACEN's successful ETM deal marks a new era for coal divestment

The ETM transaction will enable the early retirement of the South Luzon Thermal Energy Corp. Power Plant. 
5 days ago

ACEN's successful ETM deal marks a new era for coal divestment

The ETM transaction will enable the early retirement of the South Luzon Thermal Energy Corp. Power Plant. 
5 days ago

Sun Cable up for sale to power cross-border grid integration project

Its project aims to deliver renewable energy from Australia to Singapore.

Philippines considers nuclear as a solution to potential baseload power crisis

But amendments to energy laws are needed, DOST-PNRI Director Carlo Arcilla said.

Southeast Asia's nuclear ambitions dashed by public opinion

As of 2023, there are 422 operable nuclear power reactors in the world, but none from SEA.

Ukraine crisis ushers in a new era of energy security for Asia

This is despite reports that the market may even be tighter in 2023 if China imports more LNG.

Reducing green hydrogen production costs hangs on gov’t support

Hydrogen can reduce 10% of the total emissions to meet the global net-zero target, IRENA said.

KS Orka’s gradual development model increases geothermal projects success

By implementing this strategy, the company can mitigate the risk of incurring a $5m loss from drilling a single well.

VENDOR VIEW: How coal power fares in Asia amidst energy security woes

The increase in coal output in some Asian markets may be short-term.

Could coal-based power still get funding

Asian markets have increased coal output to meet energy demand.

Indonesia’s new regulation speeds up energy transitions

The government has issued Presidential Regulation No. 112 of 2022 to limit the coal-fired power plants and gradually reduce coal consumption.

What could dry up Laos’ hydropower potential

The market is poised to be a key electricity exporter in Southeast Asia.

Renewable energy use may become mandatory for some Indian sectors

The bill will impose carbon trading and minimum consumption of non-fossil fuel sources.

What can fix renewable energy’s intermittency?

Solar and wind power are not reliable enough to meet Southeast Asia’s issue on power demand, Enlit Asia’s invitees said.

Offshore wind struggles as Asia faces regulatory bottlenecks

This may challenge Asia’s momentum in replacing Europe as the largest offshore wind market.

Asia turns to coal amidst a global energy crisis

India and China are amongst the markets that have increased coal production for energy security.

Why is Hong Kong robust in the energy war?

An energy expert says Hong Kong has secured energy from nuclear to gas-fired power.

Where to put big batteries within Australia’s ‘skinny grid’

About 400km northwest of Brisbane stands a new 100MW battery energy storage.