PM asks Abe for assistance to finance a high-voltage transmission network.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announces that the Kingdom will not face a shortage of electricity next year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that the Kingdom will not face a shortage of electricity next year because the government has taken steps to boost power supply.
Home appliances market is thriving due to rising incomes and lower electricity bills.
Hun Sen says that Vietnam has decided to provide an additional 50MW to Cambodia.
Energy Minister requests the Vietnamese government supply more electricity.
Mine and Energy Minister Suy Sem today requested the Vietnamese government supply more electricity to help address a current shortage in the Kingdom.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro replaces his electricity minister.
The Ministry of Environment and World Wide Fund for Nature on Saturday appealed to the public to help protect the earth.
The government has urged vendors of electricity generators to ensure reasonable prices after public complaints flooded social media over soaring costs amidst a shortage of power in the Kingdom.
At present Phnom Penh, and Cambodia together, is experiencing a power problem. Power outages have previously randomly occurred due to repairs, accidents, and the like.
Electricité du Cambodge yesterday issued a statement saying that due to power shortages, it has reduced the supply of electricity in the Kingdom during the day in order to ensure supply at night.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said the country is now facing an electricity shortage of about 400 megawatts, leading to power outages, and appealed to people, especially those in the business sector, to understand that this is because of an ongoing dry spell.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday said the country is now facing an electricity shortage of about 400 megawatts, leading to power outages, and appealed to people, especially those in the business sector, to understand that this is because of an ongoing dry spell.
German Economy Minister is seeking to protect consumers from additional costs arising from the phase-out of coal energy.
The government says it plans to have all 24 provinces in the country connected to the national grid by 2020.
Director-general of Energy says Cambodia is less reliant on foreign electricity sources.
Capital vendors welcome the gov’t’s decision to reduce the price of electricity from 1,000 riel to 740 riel per kilowatt hour.
Cambodia’s upcoming cut in electricity costs will likely lower manufacturing costs.
Bangladesh’s electricity generation from renewable sources has passed the 5 percent mark with the opening of a major new solar plant – boosting hopes the country might meet its goal of getting 10 percent of power from renewables by 2020, experts say.
Iran inaugurated its largest wind farm as part of its efforts to increase production of electricity from renewable sources.
Myanmar’s Union Parliament is discussing to seek approval for loans of 30 million euros from Italy.
As the stultifying summer heat sends Iraqis in search of cool spots, restaurateur Ali Hussein provides sanctuary – even though it means hooking up to an expensive generator.
While the Indian government celebrates its success at having electrified every village in the country, not all households are assured of a constant and consistent power supply.
Laos begins formal consultation on the Pak Lay hydropower dam project in its northern province of Xayaburi.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday charged the general manager of an electricity company in Takeo province with breach of trust over the embezzlement of $120,000 from his employer.
Access to grid electricity has expanded to 71.5 percent of households.
88% of villages nationwide will be electrified by the end of the year, Energy Ministry says.
Starting on April 1, the Electricity Authority of Cambodia will continue to bring down the cost.
India agrees to provide a $20 million concessional loan for the construction of electricity transmission lines.