The Chinese solar energy company plans to invest in the Kingdom’s nascent solar energy market.
The government has cancelled a contract it signed last week to bring a powership from Turkey to cope with the current energy deficit.
As the world’s largest energy importer, China sees the Gulf monarchies as important trade partners. In turn, Gulf monarchies are keen to engage China as they embark upon massive infrastructure and construction projects, writes Jonathan Fulton.
Pompeo spoke of “punishing bad actors” over exploiting the power the US.
Cambodia and South Korea signed agreements to further cooperation in various sectors including public health, human resource development, transportation, energy, infrastructure, technology, trade, and investment on Friday March 15.
Blue Circle finishes a feasibility study for a project to build wind turbines in Cambodia.
China and US have great potentials in energy cooperation, an IEA economist says.
The Royal Group of Cambodia and partners China Southern Power Grid and China Huaneng Group on Tuesday said they will continue work on a project to build high voltage transmission lines in the Kingdom.
One of the areas that Asean as a community is striving to develop for the economic growth and the environmental sustainability of the region is energy.
German investors and businesses are very interested in the Cambodian market, where they continue to find great support from the government, a German lawmaker said.
Private firms are called for a 60-megawatt solar plant project in Kampong Chhnang.
Japan booked its biggest trade deficit in almost five years in January.
Indonesia’s two presidential candidates pledged on Sunday to achieve energy self-sufficiency by boosting the use of bioenergy.
German Economy Minister is seeking to protect consumers from additional costs arising from the phase-out of coal energy.
Director-general of Energy says Cambodia is less reliant on foreign electricity sources.
Cambodia will increase energy imports from neighbouring Laos following the signing of a deal between the countries on Wednesday.
China and Japan have signed cooperation agreements for 24 projects.
US light sweet crude settled at $50.42 a barrel, down nearly 23 percent since October.
Rural areas of Asia and Africa where children lack access to high-quality educational opportunities tend to also be energy poor.
Prime Minister Hun Sen asks Chinese businessmen to invest in human resources, energy and infrastructure in the Kingdom.
Ethiopia’s first waste-to-energy facility was inaugurated on Sunday.
Picture this: As you brush your teeth before heading to bed, you mentally review how your day went. You come to a stark realisation that none of the important things you set out to do were actually accomplished.
Lopez Obrador wants to prioritise domestic crude oil production.
Kampong Cham Residents express concern about the lack of energy during the count process for Sunday’s national election.
The location for the massive ADB-backed solar park has not been determined yet.
Revenue at the General Department of Customs and Excise sees a dramatic rise in the first half of the year, growing by 27.8%.
Four renewable energy power plants, with a total of 120 megawatts (MW), will be put into operation in Mongolia.
Leaders of CLMV pledge to strengthen cooperation in a number of priority sectors.
A Japan-led project for the local agriculture sector now under discussion aims to recycle rice husks to generate power in a bid to reduce the environmental footprint of the industry and provide additional revenue streams for agricultural communities.
World’s major industrial democracies spend $100 billion each year to prop up oil.