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Japan to help ASEAN expand green energy through regional power grid
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Japan to help ASEAN expand green energy through regional power grid

Japan is set to join the ASEAN power grid race. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is expected to announce Japan's support for ASEAN member countries in expanding their power transmission and distribution networks. This initiative aims not only to promote decar
July 03, 2024
Indonesian gold mining firm achieves 100% green energy use for four consecutive years
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Indonesian gold mining firm achieves 100% green energy use for four consecutive years

Indonesian gold mining company Masmindo Dwi Area (MDA) has achieved the goal of using 100% green energy for four consecutive years. This accomplishment is mainly based on Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) issued by the state-owned electricity company PL
July 02, 2024
Thailand's development of "plastic roads": a sustainable infrastructure innovation
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Thailand's development of "plastic roads": a sustainable infrastructure innovation

Plastic is primarily composed of high-carbon fossil fuels, with annual carbon emissions equivalent to 600 coal-fired power plants. Due to its resistance to natural decomposition, recycling and reuse have become critical issues.
July 01, 2024
How to cut emissions from ‘big sport’?
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How to cut emissions from ‘big sport’?

With the 2024 Euros and Paris Olympics vowing to be greener, the focus shifts to the challenges of cutting emissions from major sporting events.
June 28, 2024
Malaysia to phase out coal-fired power plants by 2044 for net-zero ambitions
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Malaysia to phase out coal-fired power plants by 2044 for net-zero ambitions

Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister revealed the country's timeline for phasing out coal-fired power plants to achieve its net-zero commitment by 2050. By 2035, Malaysia aims to reduce its coal power plants by half and retire all of them by 2044.
June 27, 2024
Philippines greenlights 16 offshore wind farms, with first GW-scale project by CIP
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Philippines greenlights 16 offshore wind farms, with first GW-scale project by CIP

Philippine approved the construction of 16 offshore wind farms, with an estimated potential capacity of 7,668 MW. The one built in San Miguel Bay with an installed capacity of 1 GW is going to be the first and largest offshore wind farm in the country.
June 25, 2024
A greenhouse gas shipping levy is on the horizon
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A greenhouse gas shipping levy is on the horizon

A charge on emissions for cargo vessels would become the first global carbon price, but disagreements on system design and starting prices remain.
June 21, 2024
Johor requires green energy for data centers to tackle power and water challenges
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Johor requires green energy for data centers to tackle power and water challenges

To meet the demands of cloud computing and artificial intelligence (AI), investments in data centers in Malaysia have surged. However, this has raised concerns about the shortage of power and water in Selangor, Johor.
June 20, 2024
Thailand's new power plan aims for 51% renewable energy by 2037
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Thailand's new power plan aims for 51% renewable energy by 2037

Thailand's latest power development plan (PDP) raises the renewable energy generation target from the previous 36% to 51%. However, some renewable energy industry stakeholders believe that the country should set even more ambitious goals.
June 20, 2024
Over 800 coal plants in emerging markets can transition to renewables profitably, IEEFA finds
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Over 800 coal plants in emerging markets can transition to renewables profitably, IEEFA finds

The U.S. think tank IEEFA's new report indicates that more than 800 coal-fired power plants in emerging markets could transition to renewable energy profitably, creating more investment opportunities for the decarbonization of the energy industry.
June 19, 2024
Malaysia is emerging as a data center powerhouse while Thailand is trying to keep up
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Malaysia is emerging as a data center powerhouse while Thailand is trying to keep up

AI drives Southeast Asia data center boom. Johor Bahru, at the Malaysia-Singapore border, is emerging as Southeast Asia's fastest-growing data center city. This rise could position Malaysia to surpass Singapore as the region's largest hub.
June 18, 2024
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