YTL PowerSeraya (YTLPS) has won the right to build, own and operate a new turbine, which will raise Singapore’s electricity generation capacity by the end of 2027.
Malaysian company Semarak Renewable Energy (RE) and China Hydropower (Malaysia), a subsidiary of PowerChina, have signed an agreement to develop Malaysia’s first large-scale green hydrogen production project using floating photovoltaic power generation.
SET-listed WHA Utilities and Power (WHAUP), an arm of Thailand’s biggest industrial land developer and operator WHA Corp, is conducting a feasibility study on a green hydrogen project to serve growing demand for clean power, especially in the digital technology sector.
PowerChina’s subsidiary China Hydropower (Malaysia) Co Ltd and Semarak Renewable Energy Sdn Bhd have signed a RM1.883 billion deal involving a green hydrogen project in Perak.
The Indonesian government is committed to developing new energy, such as hydrogen, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and blue ammonia, in order to realize the national energy transition from fossil to new and renewable energy (EBT).
The Indonesian authorities said on Wednesday that the country is accelerating the development of nuclear power plants as part of its energy transition agenda.
Indonesia’s recently released national hydrogen strategy provides policy signals to the state-owned and private energy companies to move ahead with pilot projects and frames the role of the new fuel in the country’s long-term energy mix.
IN October 2022, Energy Secretary Raphael Lotilla, speaking with the Economic Journalists Association of the Philippines, admitted that the country’s power supply situation in 2023 is likely to be difficult. He said, “In 2023, the situation is a bit difficult, especially in the summer months. The scenario… shows several yellow alerts and possible red alerts […]