energy transition

Liberal vs Labour – Who Has the Best Energy Policy in the 2022 Australian Election?

The energy policies of the Labour and the Liberal parties will play a crucial role in determining the outcome of the upcoming election in Australia. The importance of decarbonisation strategies and taking action has never been greater. Judging by the parties' announced plans, they are up for the challenge.

Net-Zero by 2050: Humanity’s Best Bet Against Climate Change

Net-zero has become the rallying cry for the fight against climate change. It represents a viable target that scientists agree is necessary if the world is to avoid the most dramatic impacts of climate change. The idea of net-zero is often oversimplified, but in reality, it has many nuances and can be challenging to achieve.

The Japan Transition Bonds Programme and the Transition Washing Concerns

In the era of ESG-conscious investors, green and transition washing moves are quickly found out. The case of JERA and Tokyo Gas transition bonds programs risk eroding the trust of the financial industry in Japan and its clean energy transition commitments.

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.

The ASEAN Energy Outlook 2022- Advancing Energy Transition Through Innovation

The ASEAN energy outlook is promising – the countries have laid the groundwork and are ready for the energy transition. The potential is there - but where should we start?

The Factors Determining the Energy Transition in Asian Economies

While the level of economic development is essential for the energy transition progress, developing Asian economies prove it isn't everything. What are the factors for Asian economies to transition to net-zero?

Can Governments Implement Behavioural Change for Energy Transition?

While governments and big business are often held responsible for emissions, consumers also play a role. Behavioural change of consumers can influence change in both businesses and governments. These changes can drive impacts like subsidy swaps, fossil fuel funding restrictions, and global policies.

Are Prosumers the Future of the Renewable Energy Transition?

Prosumers result from decentralized energy systems - they generate and use their own energy. This model is a crucial strategy for increasing electrification in remote areas, and the implementation of local microgrids allows prosumers to work in sync. Excess power generated can be sold throughout the community. Asia is ready for the rise of prosumers.

How to Achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals and Targets [Part II]

The following years will have to make up for the lack of significant progress in the implementation of the SDG goals and targets since their introduction in 2015. The key to succeeding is in collaboration and striking a harmonious balance involving governments, companies, stakeholders and society.

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