Investing in downstream LNG infrastructure is not a step back from the region's ambitious climate objectives as long as governments continue adopting clean energy technologies
This report explores green bonds and other instruments that can help finance Indonesia's transition into a low-carbon economy.
This program supports Indonesia's ambitious energy sector reforms, its target of 31.89% GHG emission reduction, and its plans to reach net zero by 2060 and phase out coal generation.
The planned Brunei Darussalam–Indonesia–Malaysia–Philippines Power Integration may be the next multilateral power trading project.
Shifting to a fast-charging network entails bringing down the cost of installation, improving EV infrastructure, making chargers more affordable, and standardizing charging systems.
This report explains how Southeast Asia can increase the manufacture of solar photovoltaic cells, batteries, and electric two-wheelers.
The International Renewable Energy Agency estimates that Asia will be a global leader in wind power and will account for over 60% of all offshore wind capacity installed globally by 2050.
This would entail significant policy change, grant of incentives, and reskilling or upskilling of the region's workforce.
A grant-supported study is looking into the market potential of tradeable certificates and how countries can set up a regional system.
Southeast Asia Urged to Seize $200 Billion in Opportunities in Solar PVs, Electric Two-Wheelers, and BatteriesTo unlock these opportunities, however, the region needs joint action from multiple stakeholders to provide regulations, standards, manufacturing sector reforms, and other initiatives.