Energy & Utilities

APAC Outlook’s energy and utilities section covers the latest developments in the sector, from renewable energy to smart grids. Our corporate stories showcase the fascinating history of energy production and distribution in the APAC region, highlighting the impact of traditional methods and the transition to more sustainable practices.

Executives from featured companies leading the way in energy and utility innovation, give a behind-the-scenes look at the challenges and opportunities in this critical industry.

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Energy & Utilities Corporate Stories

China Reveals Plans to Scrap Millions of Cars to Reduce Pollution

China aims to take 6 million cars off the road in an attempt to improve air quality in smog-hit regions.

By Editorial Team

PacificLight Power : First Liquefied Natural Gas Power Plant Begins Operations

The first power plant by Singapore based company, PacificLight Power, that fully operates on liquefied natural gas (LNG) has begun operations, the company CEO Yu Tat Ming announced.

By Editorial Team

EDMI Meters : The Future of Smart Metering Solutions

EDMI Meters Limited is one of the leading smart metering solutions providers in the world.

Laos Dam Schemes Challenge Regional Cooperation

The construction of Don Sahong dam on the Mekong River in southern Laos is provoking a great deal of international criticism, especially for a dam with a relatively small generating capacity of 260 megawatts.

By Editorial Team

Singapore Announce New Nuclear Technology Programme

Singapore is to ramp up its nuclear technology expertise with the announcement of a new programme.

By Editorial Team

PacificLight Power : Electrifying the Competition

With their brand new state-of-the-art electricity power plant, PacificLight Power Pte Ltd, together with its retail arm PacificLight Energy Pte Ltd, are in the process of securing a bigger customer base and the brand recognition they deserve.

By Editorial Team

SE Asia energy demand to increase by more than 80% by 2035

Southeast Asia’s energy demand will increase by more than 80 percent in the period to 2035, a rise equivalent to current demand in Japan.

By Editorial Team

Asia Projects Engineering Pte Ltd : Powering Success

APAC Outlook profiles Asia Projects Engineering Pte Ltd, a company primarily engaged in plant engineering work and maintenance.

By Editorial Team

Cardno seeks expansion

Africa is undergoing a period of unprecedented economic growth and this represents huge opportunity says Bruce Johnson, Area Manager/Manager New Projects, Cardno BEC.

By Editorial Team

Fukushima plant hit by power failure

Japan’s tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant has been hit by a power failure, affecting its cooling systems for spent fuel ponds.

By Editorial Team