Dhaka, Thursday, June 21, 2018 08:05 PM   
     
Home Energy BD Energy World Green Energy Opinion Interview Environment Business Others Archive
LATEST >
বাংলা সংস্করণ
   
Rosatom Asia joins Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore

Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom said recently that its branch in Southeast Asia, Rosatom Asia, has become a corporate member of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS).

Rosatom said it is the first nuclear energy company to join the organization.

Egor Simonov, who heads Rosatom Asia, detailed the role that nuclear energy and technology play in the region and for members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in energy, economic and environmental arenas.

“Electricity consumption of ASEAN countries is growing drastically nowadays,” Edwin Khew, chairman of SEAS said.

“Clean baseload electricity generated at nuclear power plants can contribute greatly to the sustainable development of ASEAN nations. Even though Singapore is not considering nuclear generation today, it should be aware of nuclear energy developments in the region. That is why we welcome Rosatom Asia into SEAS.”

Rosatom said the company will build two nuclear reactors in Vietnam, the first in the region, and that the company is currently designing a 10-megawatt research reactor for Indonesia.

SEAS was created in 2006 and acts as a business association for companies operating in renewable energy and those developing renewable energy technology.

Print Friendly and PDF

   You may also like

Category: Regional
India’s state power plants resume coal imports amid domestic shortages

Category: Regional
How India faces heat as global oil boils

Category: Regional
India keen on alliance with China, Japan, Korea to bargain for better oil deals

Category: Regional
Adani builds coal-fired power plant in India to send energy to Bangladesh

Category: Regional
Rosatom to train Indian engineers at a jointly set up centre in Ranchi

Category: Regional
Solar power price slump casts shadow on India`s green future

Category: Regional
Russia signs agreement with India for construction of the third phase of Kudankulam nuke plant

Category: Regional
India becomes 2nd largest LPG importer

Category: Regional
Myanmar-China oil pipeline nears start-up
     
    RECENT STORIES   MOST READ
    FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
    Recent Regional Stories
India’s state power plants resume coal imports amid domestic shortages
How India faces heat as global oil boils
India keen on alliance with China, Japan, Korea to bargain for better oil deals
Adani builds coal-fired power plant in India to send energy to Bangladesh
Rosatom to train Indian engineers at a jointly set up centre in Ranchi
Solar power price slump casts shadow on India`s green future
Russia signs agreement with India for construction of the third phase of Kudankulam nuke plant
India becomes 2nd largest LPG importer
Myanmar-China oil pipeline nears start-up
IEA ties with India continue to strengthen


Explore the energynewsbd.com
Home
Energy World
Opinion
Environment
Others
Energy BD
Green Energy
Interview
Business
Archive
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Advertisement Policy

   Editor & Publisher: Aminur Rahman
   Copyright @ 2015-2018 energynewsbd.com
   All Rights Reserved | Developed By: Jadukor IT