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KUCHING: Sarawak is set to export an initial 30 megawatt (MW) of electricity to Sabah for 15 years, from end-2023.
COPENHAGEN: A.P. Moller Maersk A/S’s efforts to become carbon-neutral face an unusual hurdle: there isn’t enough used cooking oil to make the biofuel that powers the vessels
KUALA LUMPUR: Companies must seek opportunities in crisis by looking to export markets and one of the ways they can do so is by leveraging various trade corridors – in and across Asia, Africa and the Middle East markets – to strengthen growth, according to industry experts at a recent Export Excellence Awards (EEA) 2021 webinar.
CLIMATE change is a global challenge. The increased frequency of extreme weather events – from the recent floods in Europe and China, and forest fires in the United States and Australia – serve as a sober reminder on two fronts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines and GE Digital have teamed up to transform and modernise the airline’s fuel efficiency programme.
SEOUL: SK Innovation Co will split off its fast-growing battery business as it pushes ahead with plans to vastly increase production to take advantage of rising global demand for electric vehicles (EVs).
LONDON: Financial firms including British insurer Prudential, lenders Citi and HSBC and BlackRock Real Assets are devising plans to speed the closure of Asia’s coal-fired power plants in order to lower the biggest source of carbon emissions, five people with knowledge of the initiative said.
JUST over five years ago Anglo American Plc was in deep trouble. The natural resources giant, beset by a collapse in commodity prices, scrapped its dividend and announced plans to close mines and cut thousands of workers. Amid talk of an emergency capital raise, its market value fell to less than US$3bil (RM12.66bil).