- 29 May 2013
- The Cambodia Herald
- Energy / Environment and natural resources / Generation and distribution facilities / Hydropower dams / Renewable energy production / Solar power
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Cambodia’s share of modern biomass in total energy consumption is among the highest in the world, according to a report released Tuesday by the World Bank and the International Energy Agency. The report also found that growth in Cambodia’s dependence on renewable energy excluding traditional biomass ...
- 6 March 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Coal / Economy and commerce / Energy / Environment and natural resources / Generation and distribution facilities / Investment / Non-renewable energy production / Renewable energy production
- Africa / Aurélien Herail / burned wood / Carlo Figà / charcoal / charcoal prices / Chief Executive Carlo Figà Talamanca / CO2 emissions / coconut shells / deforestation / energy consultant Aurélien Herail / GERES / natural rainforest / NGO Group the Environment Renewable Energy and Solidarity / Phnom Penh / Pour un Sourire d’Enfant / production manager Chom Vichet / PSE / SGFE / shells / sihanoukville / Stung Meanchey / Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise / Svay Rieng / Takeo
HIDDEN in the labyrinth of Stung Meanchey province’s factories, the Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise (SGFE) found a cleaner way to produce charcoal: from coconut shells and industry leftovers. It is still one of the principal sources of energy for cooking in urban areas. Chief Executive Carlo ...