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Cambodia’s power supply up nearly 30 percent as demand increases

Because of the increasing demand for power consumption and a rise in development activies, power supply in the Kingdom has increased sharply, according to a report by the Ministry of Mines and Energy. ...

Chea Vannak
https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50690046/cambodias-power-supply-up-nearly-30-percent-as-demand-increases

Erratic power supply irks millers

Rice millers in Battambang province are seeing red due to an erratic power supply affecting their production and causing them to lose money. ...

Sum Manet
http://www.khmertimeskh.com/5079872/erratic-power-supply-irks-millers/

Hun Sen Says Cambodia Is Not Ready for Nuclear Power

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday denied giving the green light for a neighboring country to construct an electricity-generating nuclear power plant in Cambodia, saying it would be too dangerous. Senior Minister and Vice Chairman for the Council for the Development of Cambodia Sun Chanthol said ...

Kingdom pushes power grid

The Cambodian government yesterday offered a subsidy on equipment to private electricity distributors in an effort to expand the Kingdom’s limited power grid. Private power suppliers who have completed between 70 to 80 per cent of their planned investments in electricity networks can request subsidies on ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011122053502/Business/kingdom-pushes-power-grid.html

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