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July 30, 2019 | by Brunei has potential to go big with renewable energy | found in: Blog

AS OIL rich countries, Brunei Darussalam and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) utilise oil and gas as a primary source in their energy mix and strongly rely their economy on it. However, the global energy transition towards more sustainable energy production has also influenced Brunei and the UAE in designing their energy roadmap. Brunei aims […]

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July 12, 2019 | by Energy Cooperatives, Option for Pushing Indonesia’s Energy Transition | found in: Blog

The 12th of July this year marks the 72 years journey of cooperatives in Indonesia. After the first Cooperatives Congress in 1947, Indonesia celebrates 12th July as a National Cooperatives Day. On this day Indonesia commemorates how cooperatives have started and have evolved as a significant element in turning the wheel of the country’s economy. […]

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May 31, 2018 | by Learning to Shift to Cleaner Energy from China | found in: Blog

It is not until marked as one of the major polluters in the world that China started shifting to a cleaner path in generating energy. China has been listed in the top three greenhouse gas (GHG) emitter, followed by the United States and the European Union.  It has been identified that China’s being the biggest […]

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January 22, 2018 | by ASEAN Energy 2018: What’s in the Horizon? | found in: Blog

With the spirit of achieving energy security and moving towards an integrated, competitive and resilient region, ASEAN energy cooperation in 2017 was driven towards enhancing regional connectivity through the programmes of ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) such as the Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline (TAGP) and ASEAN Power Grid (APG).  ASEAN’s golden jubilee last […]

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December 19, 2017 | by How Power Grids Could Embrace the Era of Renewable Integration | found in: Blog

Renewable Energy (RE) has been growing in the past years in the power sector around the world.  This growth contributes to (1) energy system decarbonisation, (2) long-term energy security, and (3) expansion of energy access to new energy consumers in the developing world (IEC White Paper, 2012). Considering that fact, many countries are committed to […]

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November 1, 2017 | by ASEAN Entering the Era of Electric Vehicles | found in: Blog

Personal mobility has swiftly changed with the introduction of electric vehicles (EV) on the road, which is beginning to reshape the global transportation market. In 2016, EVs hit a new record with 750,000 units sold worldwide, bringing the total number sold to more than 2 million and marking a staggering increase after only crossing the […]

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