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  • Huc Wind Power Project

    In light of the existing power shortage in Vietnam and in response to climate change in the years to come, green power from renewable energy is taken to be a feasible solution to meet requirements of socio-economic development, ensure national energy security and contribute to environmental protection. The Vietnamese Government has currently prioritized and made clear intention to develop renewable energy....

  • Endikat Hydroelectric Power Project

    Indonesia has targeted a 23% renewable energy generation mix by 2025. The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has been implementing multiple policies to support the development of low-cost, reliable and sustainable energy generation.Text to add here...

  • Cambodia Mango Processing Facility Project

    The majority of fresh mangoes from Cambodia are currently exported unwashed and unpacked to other markets via intermediary traders from Vietnam and Thailand. Often, these mangoes are incorrectly labeled as products of the intermediary countries. Significant value is not captured by Cambodia and its farmers because they cannot access international markets directly....

  • Palawan Power Project

    The Philippines is currently facing an energy security challenge. To combat such challenge, the country is exploring a variety of options to create an energy independent future supplied by low-cost, reliable and sustainable energy sources.Text to add here...

  • Archipelago Isolated Grid Hybrid Solution

    Currently, Indonesia is one of the fastest growing countries with strong economic development and population growth, giving this country a growing demand for electricity. The electrification ratio in Indonesia has been increasing rapidly at 89% by end of 2016 according to PLN publications, as a result of the Government of Indonesia’s successful efforts in increasing generation capacity. However, there is a wide variance in the electrification ratios from one province to another....