In a bid to increase electricity supply for development.
MRC releases new guidelines assessing the risks of hydropower development.
The power station, accounts for 14 percent of the power generated in Cambodia.
A new 150 mW hydropower project is proposed in Koh Kong province.
Eight provinces along the Mekong River have been told to brace themselves for a dip in water levels between January 1-4 as tests at Jinghong hydroelectric power station in China’s Yunnan province are expected decrease of water outflows.
Hydro Power Lower Sesan 2 put on a plan to address Sre Kor Village’s concerns.
eRex Co Ltd to share in construction of an 80-megawatt hydropower plant in Pursat.
Cambodia’s ranking in the latest global energy sustainability survey improves.
Gov’t asks a Chinese firm to re-conduct the feasibility study for two hydropower plants.
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.
Cambodia must prioritise the development of solar energy facilities, the Solar Energy Association of Cambodia said.
PM: The hydropower stations can now produce 600 out of 1,400 megawatts required.
The MRC’s 5th Regional Stakeholder Forum will be a valuable opportunity to come together and influence the plans for the newly proposed Pak Lay hydropower project.
The Mekong River Commission have welcomed a decision by the Laos government to suspend approval of new dams.
Dr Narongchai Akrasanee — chairman of the Mekong Institute’s Steering Committee and former Minister of Energy and Minister of Commerce of Thailand — discusses the challenges to continuous growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion.
The Lao government to investigate the cause of the collapse of the Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy hydropower project’s saddle dam.
For years, the Laotian government has been pushing to make the country a major provider of hydroelectric power. Critics say that dams are being built in disregard of potential environmental dangersز
Water quality in the Sesan, Srepok and Sekong rivers rises concerns.
A new study estimates the high cost of using the Kamchay hydropower dam in Kampot.
The government is to ask Thailand for help to build a hydropower plant in Koh Kong.