Additional renewable energy to come from four new stations scheduled early this year.
More than 450 megawatts (mW) of solar power will be connected to the national grid by the end of 2021.
A date has now been set for the completion of a 1.25 mW solar power project in Koh Rong Sanloem.
A 30-megawatt solar power station in Pursat province has started generating power to the national grid.
Around 372 mW of additional solar farmland will be put into operation in 2021, which makes up 9% of power in the country.
Work on a new solar power station is set to start next month on Koh Rong Sanloem.
The Kingdom’s third solar power station comes online in Kampong Chhang.
A ground-mount solar farm is to be built in Serie Saophoan, Banteay Meanchey Province under a 20-year power purchase agreement
China plans to establish a 200-tonne megawatt-level space-based solar power station by 2035, according to the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST).
A host of companies from Germany show interest in Cambodia’s clean energy sector.
Prime Road Alternative Co Ltd of Thailand edges out 25 other companies.
A $7.64-million loan to support the construction of a 100-MW solar power park.
US solar and wind power companies may gain the most from the Green New Deal.
A 60-megawatt solar power park in Kampong Speu to start generating power.
Four renewable energy power plants, with a total of 120 megawatts (MW), will be put into operation in Mongolia.
US-based Omni Navitas, with local firm OmniCam, pitches a project to the government for a $500 million solar power plant.
Ministry of Mines announces a new project to boost the renewable energy in 3 provinces.
A host of companies is showing interest in starting green energy and solar power plants projects in Cambodia.
Global Purify Power, a joint venture behind $400 million worth of solar powered projects, start groundbreaking in Kampong Speu.
Cambodia’s first large-scale solar power project is in the trial testing stage, but expects to be fully operational at the end of this month.
Buying solar panels to create power at home might seem an obvious way to bridge the gap. But although the panels have been available since 2014 in Aslam’s town of Larkana, the 35-year-old waited two years before installing one.