Indonesia’s first commercial biomethane plant officially started operations on 22 January. The plant was constructed by PT KIS Biofuel Indonesia, and is located in North Sumatra.
Japanese electric company erex Co has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Can Tho Province, Vietnam, for the purpose of exchanging and providing information on the development of the study of biomass power plant projects
A waste treatment plant in the central Thua Thien Hue Province is set to generate 12MW of electricity per hour from 600 tons of waste it will process daily. It is nearing completion and will start operating this quarter.
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).
Marine biofuel demand at the world’s largest bunker hub Singapore could potentially double by 2025 to almost 1 million metric tons from 2023 levels as shippers seek to cut emissions, a senior TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA), opens new tab executive said.
The state government is studying the possibility of using wood pellets to generate additional energy for Sarawak, Premier Tan Sri Abang Johari Openg said tonight. He said he recently led a delegation to visit a factory in Norway that turns timber waste into wood pellets.
On the morning of February 21, 2005, a garbage landslide in a 60-meter-high and 200-meter-long trash mountain at Leuwigajah landfill, Cimahi City, West Java, swept two residential areas and killed 157 people.