Features

Can Green Hydrogen Decarbonise Asia?

Hydrogen has long been promised as a clean fuel source with the potential to aid in transitioning away from fossil fuels. A recent report by the High-level Policy Commission on Getting Asia to Net Zero and the Asia Society Policy Institute highlights how green hydrogen could help decarbonise global steel production in Asia's major economies. Green hydrogen could have a significant impact in this prime sector.

Hydrogen’s Role in the Asia Pacific’s Energy Transition

Experts warn that achieving net zero in less than 30 years requires an increased focus on efficient and commercially available solutions like solar and wind, not conceptual ideas like hydrogen.

Renewable Energy

Solar and Wind Power Potential in Bangladesh

Considering the huge solar and wind power potential in Bangladesh, the investment opportunities in renewable energy are there for the taking.

Does Japan Care About the Environment

Japan's role as a member of G7 is pushing its subpar environmental performance into the spotlight. Inadequate emissions reduction goals, a high rate of fossil fuel imports and questionable fishing practices highlight this. These concerns will only grow more dire for the climate-vulnerable country and must be addressed.

Fossil Fuel

LNG Expansion in the Philippines Harms Communities and Coral – Podcast

Energy Insights speaks with Liza Osorio from Oceana in the Philippines about the impacts of LNG development on marine ecosystems and communities nearby gas plants. Liza is an environmental lawyer and is the legal policy director of Oceana, Philippines.

The Post-oil Economy in the UAE and How It Is Preparing

The UAE is known for being in an oil-rich region and historically relying on oil exports as a significant part of its economy. This reliance on oil is now slowly changing in preparation for the post-oil world. Multiple government programmes and private sector investments are behind this transition.

Region

Water Pollution in the Philippines: Causes and Solutions

The Philippines' Water pollution primarily stems from industrial processes, agriculture and domestic sewage. These sources create poor water quality across the country and are tied to environmental, economic and public health concerns. Stricter regulation and increased sanitation services are critical to improving the country's water quality.

Air Pollution in the Philippines – Solutions

Air pollution is one of the Philippines' top environmental concerns. It leads to major economic and human health losses. The government must update its emissions regulations and encourage a shift away from fossil fuel energy sources.

Podcasts

Is Tripling Renewable Capacity Possible? – Podcast

Energy Insights speaks with Liming Qiao, the Asia Director at the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) about tripling renewable energy capacity.

India’s 2024 Election and the Role of Renewable Energy – Podcast

We speak with Sunil Dahiya, at the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) about renewable energy and the Indian election 2024.

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Renewable Energy in the Philippines – Current State and Future Roadmap

Natural Gas in Bangladesh – Record High Prices and Imminent Climate Impacts

Renewable Energy in Indonesia – Current State, Opportunities and Challenges

The Global LNG Market and Long-Term Contracts – A Barrier to Net-Zero 2050

Hydrogen Oil: Green vs Blue, What’s the Difference?

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