The Asian Development Bank is to provide an additional US$2 million to encourage the Burmese Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock to harness renewable energy sources. The technical assistance project will[…]
Burma has started constructing its first low-head hydropower plant. The Mandalay facility will provide a renewable energy source by generating power through flowing river currents, estimated to produce 279.6 kilowatt[…]
Myanmar Renewable Energy Association has indicated that it will introduce wind power plants Burma. Assessments are being carried out across 27 locations in Rangoon, Irrawaddy, Arakan and Chin States.
Burmese Minister for Environmental Conservation and Forestry Win Tun received Robert Cekuta, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department, on Wednesday morning when the pair discussed the development[…]
Environment minister says developed countries could help shift Burma away from its dependency on non-renewable energies