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Wind energy expected to power parts of Cambodia soon?

Energy generated from commercial wind turbine in Cambodia is expected to become a reality soon, as a power firm and the electricity authority are in talks to finalise the power purchase agreement. Singapore-based The Blue Circle has conducted talks over the price tariff with Electricité du Cambodge (EDC) on the power purchase agreement and the … Continue reading Wind energy expected to power parts of Cambodia soon?

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Wind power in Cambodia, first wind farm project

The Cambodian government is looking to sign a deal with French-owned Blue Circle to develop a wind farm project by June. The Mines and Energy Ministry’s General Department of Energy said the state-run electricity supplier, Electricite du Cambodge (EdC), was in negotiation with the firm. “Both sides expect to sign an agreement soon. I expect … Continue reading Wind power in Cambodia, first wind farm project

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Cambodia to have first wind farm

Cambodia’s Khmer Times and Phnom Penh Post have carried stories about the Blue Circle’s project to build a wind farm in Kampot province – the first of its kind in the country. Victor Jona, director-general of the Ministry of Mines and Energy’s General Department of Energy, said this month, the Singapore-based company will discuss with … Continue reading Cambodia to have first wind farm

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Wind energy in Cambodia: deal for first wind farm with 10 wind turbines

The government and French-owned The Blue Circle (Cambodia) Co Ltd will soon sign an agreement to build a wind farm in Kampot province – the first of its kind in the Kingdom. The agreement comes as the government has made efforts to diversify its power sources to achieve its target of covering 100 per cent … Continue reading Wind energy in Cambodia: deal for first wind farm with 10 wind turbines

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Wind energy in Cambodia is possible

As the world increasingly opens up to renewable energy, Southeast Asia Globe speaks to Olivier Duguet, CEO and co-founder of the Blue Circle, a renewable independent power producer based in Southeast Asia, to find out more about the region’s future energy path. The company has already begun work on a wind farm in Ninh Thuan … Continue reading Wind energy in Cambodia is possible

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Cambodia pays heed to wind energy

Cambodia has launched a new study on wind energy and its potential to diversify the country’s energy sector, the Khmer Times newspaper quoted Director General of the Department of Energy under Cambodian Ministry of Mines and Energy Victor Jona as saying. Singapore-based Blue Circle has been granted permission to conduct the study, with findings expected … Continue reading Cambodia pays heed to wind energy

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Cambodia Has Big Renewable Energy Potential

Energy is a basic human need that must be fulfilled to achieve sustainable development. This kind of development is not possible without energy and policies to meet energy demand.   In Cambodia, energy is a critical development challenge. Today, only 35 percent of the total population has access to grid electricity, leaving millions of rural … Continue reading Cambodia Has Big Renewable Energy Potential

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Seeking support from Cambodia to build a 250 megawatt solar power plant

The Willowbrook Company, a New York-based renewable energy development company, is seeking support from Cambodia to build a 250-megawatt solar power plant, the Cambodian Ministry of Commerce said in a statement Friday. Edward J.Sappin, visiting chief executive officer of the Willowbrook Company, urged the support from Cambodian Minister of Commerce Sun Chanthol for the mega-project … Continue reading Seeking support from Cambodia to build a 250 megawatt solar power plant

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