Renewable Energy

JERA’s Vietnam LNG Plans in the Wake of PDP8

Vietnam is undisputedly among the world's best renewable energy success stories. The country needs to continue marching towards sustainability and retain its position as a lucrative market for green investors. However, the looming boom in the local LNG market risks derailing this progress.

Net-Zero Investments in Asia – What the Latest AIGCC Report Tells Us

The 3rd edition of the AIGCC's Net-Zero Investment in Asia report signals a notable positive change in momentum and perception of climate-aligned investments. Considering the importance of Asia for the global net-zero goals, this is a welcome sign that one of the most essential parts of the market is looking in the right direction.

IPCC Report: Climate Finance for Adaptation Must Increase for Developing Countries

The latest IPCC Working Group II report largely stresses the need to accelerate climate adaptation, eradicate injustice and end the use of fossil fuels. The report, ‘Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability,’ emphasised that coal and other fossil fuels are choking humanity.

The China Belt and Road Initiative Investment Report 2021 and its Message to the World

The latest Belt and Road Initiative Investment Report is a testament that China will be looking to further strengthen its case as the global clean energy leader through extensive green financing and diminishing support for coal.

Renewable Energy in Cambodia – Opportunities and Challenges

Due to its abundant hydropower resources, Cambodia champions the clean energy capacity charts across ASEAN. However, going forward, the country would need to substantially diversify its renewable energy mix by capitalizing on its untapped solar power potential.

China’s Hydrogen Strategy for Olympics 2022: Pushing Green Hydrogen Transport

The Beijing Olympics are being powered by 100% renewable energy. A significant part of this is public transportation vehicles that run on green hydrogen. What does this mean for the future of hydrogen energy in Asia?

The Global Energy Transition: How the World Sees It

The global energy transition is a reality. Public pressure, falling renewable energy costs, and improving technology are driving the change. The coming decade will be a pivotal point in this transition and will likely dictate whether we meet the international climate goals.

Energy Transition in Asia: Balancing Two Sides

Asia's energy transition has been largely lackluster. Several of the world's largest polluters are found in the region and emissions rates have been steadily climbing. But with China leading the clean energy transition in Asia, will the region be able to spur forward?

What Is The Current Energy Transition Strategy?

Successfully switching to renewable energy requires a well thought out strategy. There are multiple stages in the transition, and each must be considered.

Where Does India Stand in the Energy Transition?

India has one of the largest installed renewable energy capacities globally, but the country's current share of renewable energy does not cover its "fair share" of decarbonisation efforts. However, with its GDP steadily growing, it is perfect timing for India to capitalise on renewables.

Energy Transition in Singapore: A Renewable Energy Leader in Asia

The WEF's 2021 Energy Transition Index puts Singapore as the highest rated country in Asia. Despite the country's lack of resources, they have developed a unique strategy focusing on clean energy. Here's a look at how Singapore does it.

Global Energy Transition Index – Quantifying Progress

The Energy Transition Index is a score of how well a country is doing in their energy transition. Ultimately, this tool can be used to identify areas that need funding, support, or incentives to speed up change.

Energy Transition Fund – Capitalising on Renewable Energy

The global change to renewable energy has largely been financed by governments and public institutions but the energy transition cannot be fully funded by governments. There is significant room for the private sector to become more involved.

Energy Efficiency in Cambodia – Paving the Way in Southeast Asia

Making progress on the energy efficiency and the renewable energy capacity development fronts is detrimental to the world’s net-zero aspirations. And while some countries are still dragging their feet, Cambodia has set the blueprint on how to progress on both.

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