All articles by Nithin Coca

Nithin Coca

@excinit

Facing headwinds at home, Europe and Japan are pushing waste-to-energy technology across South East Asia

There are more than 100 waste-to-energy projects recently constructed, being built or planned in the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand that often involve European or Japanese companies. But they are attracting local opposition over their green credentials. Freelance journalists Nithin Coca, Alexandra Buba, Geela Garcia and Nicha Wachpanich report.

Why Japan is pushing CCS in South East Asia

Japan is pushing carbon capture and storage to reduce emissions from existing assets and enable a transition to net zero. Many analysts and experts are sceptical.

A US company is quietly building a massive coal-to-gas plant – in Indonesia

Air Products and Indonesia have partnered to build a coal gasification plant that will challenge the country’s net-zero ambitions.