Southeast Asia's largest onshore wind farm has started construction, expectedly to cost $950 million and is scheduled to be operational by 2025.
BANGKOK: Electricity bills are likely to decline during the last four months of this year, with the power tariff expected to reach B4.30 or B4.40 per kilowatt-hour (unit), according to the Energy Policy and Planning Office (Eppo).
Asean outlined ambitious targets of a 23 percent share of renewable energy in the total primary Energy Supply (TPES) and a 35 percent share of RE in the regional's installed power capacity.
The “Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia” (CASE) project, funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), collaborated with Vietnam Electricity (EVN) and the Hoan Kiem District People’s Committee to co-organize the awareness-raising event “Clean Energy – Green Earth” in the pedestrian zone around Hoan Kiem Lake.
Outside the islands of Java and Bali, and particularly in the less developed eastern regions of Indonesia, many people still have no access to electricity. The “1000 Islands” programme utilises small hydropower plants and solar mini-grids to contribute to environmentally sound and climate-friendly energy supply and thus to social and economic development in remote regions of Indonesia.