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    Friday, October 05, 2018

    Going After SouthEast Asia’s New Energy Power

    The Blue Circle: unlocking the region’s renewable energy potential; The Blue Circle says that the time is now for Southeast Asia to embrace renewable energy as the region’s power demands grow

    October 5, 2018 (Southeast Asia Globe)

    “...Southeast Asia as a region has incredible renewable energy potential, and yet it lags desperately behind much of the rest of the world in utilising these resources. With rising CO2 levels and an ever-increasing need for more power to match the rapid development, Southeast Asia is reaching a critical point in its history…[The Blue Circle, a renewable independent power producer based in the region, just completed a 90 MW wind project in Vietnam and wants to develop Cambodia’s potential of] 500 MW of wind power…

    …[The first wind plant built by industry professionals in the Kampot region of Cambodia] is set to be implemented in 2019…Cambodia’s demand for power supply is growing at nearly 20% year on year, and that figure is expected to remain steady for the next seven years…[Cambodia also has potential for solar] and hydropower in an interdependent system…[and can] become a pioneer in a region extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change…” click here for more

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