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Laos eyes being a transmission hub by 2025

The Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) has outlined a strategy to become the centre of a regional electricity transmission system by 2025. The country…

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KEPCO eyes 1,000MW coal plant in the Philippines

KEPCO Philippines Corp. (Kephilco) is eyeing a 2x500MW coal power project in the Philippine province of Pangasinan, local media report. The project cost is estimated…

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Philippine conglomerate Aboitiz eyes selling electricity to $4.4b iron and steel project

It could sell 300MW to 600MW of power. Aboitiz Power, the power unit of Philippine conglomerate Aboitiz Group, has plans to sell electricity to the…

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Glow Energy expects to sell 124MW co-generation plant in Q1

Five utilities have lined up to buy the plant valued at around $188.47m. Thailand utility and ENGIE subsidiary Glow Energy eyes a deal to sell…

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TNB boosts 755kW of projects in Malaysian island

TNB will rehabilitate a hydro station and install solar panels on the island’s jetty. The subsidiary of Malaysian utility Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), TNB Energy…

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Banpu eyes shipping 2 million tonnes of coal to Vietnam in 2019

The country is the 10th largest destination of its coal exports. Thailand’s Banpu eyes shipping 2 million tonnes of coal to Vietnam buyers in 2019,…

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The Sintang-West Kalimantan steam power plant (PLTU) with an official 3×7 MW capacity operates

Indonesia – The state electricity company (PLN) inaugurated the Sintang Steam Power Plant (PLTU) with a total capacity of 21 MW. PLN Kalimantan Regional Business…

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PLTB Tolo construction to be completed faster than its target

Jakarta- The Wind Power Plant (PLTB) of Tolo in Jeneponto District of South Sulawesi is expected to be completed faster than its target, Deputy Minister…

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Four IPPs switched off

KUALA LUMPUR: The termination of four Independent Power Producers (IPPs) will save the government and consumers RM1.26bil in electricity tariffs said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and…

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At 35,000 MW, PLN issued global bonds equivalent to Rp. 24 trillion

JAKARTA. PT PLN again sought a fund for a giant electricity project of 35,000 megawatts. This time, PLN issued global bonds in two currencies, namely…

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