Energy

Will we see nuclear energy in Southeast Asia?

In the past decade Asia has emerged as a booming market for nuclear energy. According to the World Nuclear Association, over half of the world’s nuclear plants under construction are in Asia.

11 July 2018
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ASEAN: FiT for the future

Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) schemes are widely acknowledged as one of the most effective ways of renewable energy (RE) procurement globally.

27 June 2018
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Saudis pledge decisive oil supply boost

Saudi Arabia promised to act decisively to keep oil prices under control, signalling a real supply boost approaching one million barrels a day is on the way to global markets.

24 June 2018
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Regulating renewable energy investments

Estimates by the International Renewable Energy Association (IRENA) and the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) indicate that US$290 billion of total investment in renewable energy capacity will be necessary to attain the regional aspirational target of 23 pe

22 June 2018
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OPEC squabble impacts Southeast Asia

The chandeliered halls of Vienna’s Hofburg palace will be the venue for the meeting between leaders of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as they decide on output policy amid calls by the major oil consuming economies of the Un

21 June 2018
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Investing in renewable energy

Over the past decade, renewable energy investments in Southeast Asia have been fluctuating substantially, mainly influenced by the completion of large-scale projects and changes in the overall policy landscape.

20 June 2018
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Powering Myanmar

Since sanctions by the United States (US) and European Union (EU) were lifted, Myanmar has enjoyed relatively strong economic growth.

16 June 2018
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The hidden costs of hydropower

Hydropower is one of Southeast Asia’s biggest renewable energy sources, however, many still remain oblivious to the damaging side-effects of hydropower projects.

6 June 2018
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