Southeast Asia Renewable Energy

Nexif Ratch names new CEO

Matthew Bartley will be stepping down from his post.

Nexif Ratch names new CEO

Matthew Bartley will be stepping down from his post.

Nexif Ratch acquires 30 MW Vietnam hydropower plant

The Min Luong hydropower plant has a 20-year PPA with an EVN subsidiary.

Alternergy unit, electric cooperative to connect wind project to national grid

This will include the construction of a 37-kilometre transmission line.

Southeast Asia RE investments to exceed $76b in 2025

This is driven by national oil companies and traditional upstream players.

EGAT switches on solar power plant, battery storage in Thailand province

The project forms part of the Smart Grid Pilot Project in Mae Hong Son province. 

Octopus Energy to invest $1.9b in APAC energy sector

Around $1.2b will be dedicated to the region’s solar and wind generation.

Vietnam approves National Power Development Master Plan VIII

Renewables are expected to account for 67.5% to 71.5% of the total electricity by 2050.

Thailand awards 436MW wind projects to Acciona Energia, The Blue Circle

The power will be sold to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand.

ASEAN Clean Energy Week

The most influential renewable energy event in ASEAN.

ASEAN’s energy security is at risk as it prepares for gas and coal imports

The region’s reliance on fossil fuel imports threatens its energy security due to price volatility and lack of affordability.

Can 150 gigawatts of green energy help phase out coal?

Southeast Asia's renewables push requires more capacity to challenge coal reliance effectively,” experts said. 

No ASEAN power grid direct investment plans yet for SG 

The country will first focus on regional partnerships, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said. 

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.

Laos poised to be Southeast Asia’s key electricity supplier

This comes amidst the development the Laos-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore Power Integration Project.

Three imperatives for utilities in the energy transition

The utilities sector has an important role to play in our collective transition to clean energy – one that cannot be understated: by decarbonising the production of power, it enables other industries to decarbonise through electrification. Recognising this, utilities across Southeast Asia are embracing the energy transition, and making commitments to embark on this journey in earnest.