|Sinohydro Kamchay Hydroelectric Project Co., Ltd.
|Power generation capacity (MW)
|Energy generated per year (GWh)
|Year of scheduled commencement
|Scale of Dam
Final Report on Data Collection Survey on Electric Power Sector in Cambodia
|A final data collection survey on electric power sector in Cambodia prepared by JICA. The purpose of the study is to grasp the latest trend in the power sector in Cambodia, and to collect and collate the data needed to examine specific areas where cooperation is required in this sector. The study was supported by the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy (MIME), the Electricity Authority of Cambodia, and the Electricité du Cambodge (EDC). The road map covering the study is shown in the report.
Electricité Du Cambodge: Annual Report 2015
|The Annual Report 2014 of Electricité Du Cambodge (EDC) is focused on electricity sector in Cambodia during the year of 2014. This report includes the information of management structure of EDC institution, the energy productions by types of power plant such as fuel oil, hydro, biomass, coal, and imported energy at the high voltage from Thailand and Vietnam, demand and supply, transmission and distribution networks in Cambodia, and statement of income of ECD in 2013 and 2014.
Cambodia inaugurates 193-MW Kamchay Hydropower project
|This is a screenshot of the news published on Hydroworld website about KamChay Hydropower plan inauguration. The Chinese-built Kamchay dam project in Kampot province has a large production capacity of 193.2MW and is under 44 years of build-operate-transfer(BOT) agreement between China Sinohydro corporation and the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC).
|This bibliography provided full list of documents about studies on economic land concession, the push and full factors of myth of development in Cambodia, rural livelihood and social development issues addressed in various sources. Furthermore, legal framework: sub-decree, law, directive and policy related to land issues and social development. The documents were gathered from government ministries (ministry of Economic & Finance; Ministry of Land Management, NGOs Forum on Cambodia. In addition, several case study and general information at both regional and international on mining concession in Cambodia were also available. The above information were available at NGOs Forum on Cambodia website which compiled by the Land and Livelihoods Programme.
|The concession biography is compiled by the land and livelihood program of NGO Forum on Cambodia. A list of the publications and laws extends over various issues of (economic land/mining) concessions and its impact on the people livelihood, land conflict, land grabs, and the regional trends in South East Asia.
|A webpage showing list showing report of case studies on various concessions or land related investment issues.
Development of energy sector in Cambodia
|The presentation slides draw a general picture of Cambodia's energy sector and its development plan. Sources of the energy come from hydropower, coal, natural gas, crude oil and imported electricity. By 2030, at least 70% of residence across the country will have an access to electricity.
Progress of Cambodia Power Development Plans & Transmission Interconnection Projects
|This presentation is prepared by Electricité du Cambodge (EDC). It focused on Current Development of Power Sector and Outlook of Power Development Plan.
Progress of Cambodia power development plans and transmission interconnection projects
|The presentation slides were prepared for the 8th Meeting of the Focal Group (FG-8) of the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS), on 26 November 2009, at Luangprabang of the Lao People's Democratic Republic. The current development of Cambodia's power sector, and outlook of power development plan are making integral parts of the presentation.
Presentation on small hydropower for developing countries: Cambodia
|This brief presentation introduces with the objectives of energy policy, which has established since October 1994, followed by a list of maps of potential macro and micro hydropower projects in Cambodia. In conclusion part, an acknowledgement of a lacking technical capacity among responsible staffs of the hydro electricity department was stated, thus the department is in need of assistance to improve on the fields.
Three rivers under threat
|Three rivers under threat depict 3S rivers of Sekong, Sesan, and Sre Pok Rivers are being under controversy and other relevant information.
Slide-share of Hydroelectricity Department
|Slide-share of the Hydroelectricity Department delineates the structure of the hydroelectricity department, classification of hydropower plants, hydropower potential in Cambodia, hydropower development in Cambodia, and international cooperation projects.