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.
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.
Selangor: As climate change accelerates, so too Malaysia is accelerating its use of renewable energy. Since 2000 and the Five Fuel Diversification Policy, Malaysia has included biomass, biogas, municipal waste, solar and small hydropower in the energy mix.