Energy minister: 98.5 per cent of homes connected to national grid

Minister of Mines and Energy Suy Sem said electricity now reaches 98.5 per cent of Cambodia’s over 14,000 villages; with only a small percentage of isolated households remaining off the national grid. ... ...

Keo Kereya

Solar plant poised to boost grid

Singapore-based Sunseap’s solar farm, the country’s first renewable power facility which has a contract to feed 10MW to the national grid, is set to start generating in August, officials say. ... ...

Chea Vannak

Chinese Investments in Cambodia Ignore Environment Queries

China’s expanding investment portfolio in Cambodia has brought into sharper focus the darker side of the Asian giant’s “development projects” in the impoverished Southeast Asian nation. And it is in the southwestern corner of Cambodia—known for its rich biodiversity, forest covered hills and bubbling rivers—where this ...

Demonstrators Take On Local Power Suppliers

Hundreds of Kompong Cham villagers protested yesterday and Sunday against high electricity prices in another example of energy-price demonstrations that are becoming increasingly frequent across the country. In Kompong Cham province's Batheay district, more than 500 villagers yesterday continued a protest over electricity prices that began ...

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