Vietnam and the Mekong Delta in particular suffered not only from domestic thermal power projects, but also from projects in China, leading academic.
It is confirmed that a total of 700 billion baht investment had been already made in the planned economic zone by the private sector.
Coal prices have steadily risen since early 2016, adding an addition US$1.27 billion in costs for importing coal to Vietnam
An inclusive & deliberative approach to addressing the Myitsone Dam dispute can showcase the govt’s commitment to genuine change.
The World Bank-funded US$1.4 billion Nam Theun 2 dam in central Laos on the Mekong River was supposed to serve as showcase for a better kind of dam.
Scholars and environmentalists called for more effective management of the Mekong due to climate change and development
Thailand and other Asian countries needs urgently to prepare for the new challenges shaped by energy transition
the damage these dams will have on Vietnam is beginning to appear. As the country farthest down the watershed, Vietnam will be subject to these compounded harms. The country will suffer considerably under the proposed dams, losing as much as 27 percent of its GDP in the next 20 years as the Mekong Delta shrinks.
Laos and France agreed to set up a new Coordination and Monitoring Centre (CMC) for energy and water resources management.
Hydropower projects with low-quality technical standards in their construction will be cancelled, the Minister of Energy and Mines told the National Assembly (NA) on Monday.
New economic and technological opportunities for improving and diversifying GMS’ energy mix laid out in report
China is pushing nations into projects that threaten to create unsustainable debt burden for those countries.