Thailand’s Super Energy Corporation assigns $457m for Vietnam solar deals

Thailand’s Super Energy Corporation assigns $457m for Vietnam solar deals Despite the looming global recession caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, SET-listed Super Energy Corporation announced that it will allocate US$457 million for asset acquisition in Vietnam this year. Chairman and acting managing director Jormsup Lochaya said the company decided to take over four solar farm […]

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Offshore wind turbine installations gather pace in Asia

Offshore wind turbine installations gather pace in Asia The Asia-Pacific region is taking the lead globally in new installations of offshore wind turbines, increasing demand for turbine manufacturing facilities and metals consumption. Offshore wind turbines are typically larger than those installed onshore, increasing demand for alloying metals such as chromium, molybdenum and manganese in the […]

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Cambodia’s National Assembly Approves 1,000 MW Coal-Fired Plant Projects

Cambodia’s National Assembly Approves 1,000 MW Coal-Fired Plant Projects The National Assembly this morning (26.03.2020) approved coal-fired power projects with a production capacity of nearly 1,000MW. The approval was made in an extraordinary parliamentary session chaired by Samdech Akka Moha Ponhea Chakrei Heng Samrin, President of NA, with 108 lawmakers in attendance. The projects were […]

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Thailand’s Global Power Synergy Plc (GPSC) bags four firms operating nine solar farms in Thailand at 39.5MW

Thailand’s Global Power Synergy Plc (GPSC) bags four firms operating nine solar farms in Thailand at 39.5MW Global Power Synergy Plc (GPSC), the power generation arm of national energy firm PTT Plc, took over four firms yesterday operating nine solar farms in Thailand with total capacity of 39.5 megawatts. Chawalit Tippawanich, president and chief executive […]

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Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit raises concerns over controversial Luang Prabang dam

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit raises concerns over controversial Luang Prabang dam Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon is calling for international efforts to monitor the controversial Luang Prabang dam project in Laos and the impact it will have on the Mekong River, where water levels have been unusually low. The issue was raised yesterday […]

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