Discover curated articles worldwide
Laos and Myanmar will sign a Memorandum of Understanding, allowing Myanmar authorities to initiate a feasibility study on purchasing 100-200MW of electricity.
The Southeast Asian region is deemed to be one of the most dynamic regions of the global energy system. Due to rapid urbanisation and burgeoning infrastructure and logistics, the energy demand in the region is growing at one of the
Lao government is now focusing on the development of renewable energy including solar power, wind, biogas, and biofuel. The government and Impact Energy Asia Limited successfully carried out a feasibility study on wind power development in the provinces of Savannakhet, Khammuan
The global crude oil is expected to be trading between US$60 per barrel and US$87 per barrel level this year, attributed to geopolitical risk, higher demand in oil and gas (O&G) and weaker US dollar. Developed and emerging markets in
Thailand is one of the top ten solar markets in 2017. This growth is due to the clever use of subsidies, innovative research partnerships, and engagement between investors, utilities and independent power producers.
Renewables, smart homes, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things will have a massive impact on how energy companies need to address the market in 2018, predicts Colin Beaney, IFS’s Global Industry Director for Energy & Utilities.
Coal-fired power projects are expected in the next two decades to maintain dominance in the energy markets of emerging economies in Asia despite tighter regulations and decreasing appetite among European financiers.
How much progress did we make in switching to green energy in 2017? What are the obstacles that remain to be tackled? Here are the top energy trends for the year of 2017.
Philippines’ power rates are among the highest in Southeast Asia and it’s quest to lower electricity rates has become more difficult with an impending tax imposition on coal and the regulatory vacuum following the suspension of Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) commissioners.
People in Germany essentially got paid to use electricity on Christmas due to renewable power.