By the Hon. Eileen Claussen, President, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions | 17 October 2012
As the challenge for safe, reliable, affordable energy increases, governments and businesses are starting to focus on low-carbon energy. Eileen Claussen notes that Asia is leading the way.
By Dr Bikal Pokharel, Wood Mackenzie | 16 October 2012
Southeast Asia is expected to progress towards more efficient power generation focused on fossil fuels to meet strong growing electricity demands in the region.
By Melissa Low and Shiva Prasad Susarla, Energy Studies Institute | 17 October 2012
Can the ASEAN Trust Fund for Science and Technology (ASF), which aims at boosting ASEAN's competitiveness, meet the need for stronger funding support to seed regional programmes in science and technology (S&T), including that of energy? ESI comments.
By Asian Development Bank | 17 October 2012
The vulnerability of the power sector is amplified by the shifting weather patterns brought about by climate changes. Impacts include flooding, droughts and raising sea levels which go on to affect power plants.
By EMA staff | 12 October 2012
Royal Dutch Shell's Executive Vice-President for Strategy and Planning shares her take on the water-food-energy nexus challenge and Shell's global work towards addressing this challenge.
Royal Dutch Shell's Executive Vice-President for Strategy and Planning shares her take on the water-food-energy nexus challenge and Shell's global work towards addressing this challenge. More
By Ashish Sethia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance | 3 October 2012
Ashish Sethia of Bloomberg New Energy Finance believes in a three-pronged approach towards a reformed power grid for India. He shares with us the approach.
By Thanasak Hoontrakul, Energy Carta | 25 September 2012
Gamification, the use of game design techniques, game thinking and game mechanics to enhance non-game contexts, could be used to engage youths in adopting environmentally-conscious habits.