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Even as renewables grow in China, bringing clean electricity to consumers remains a challenge. Energy storage could be the solution if China follows through with major power market reforms. Learn more here.

China turns to energy storage to push renewables

Even as renewables grow in China, bringing clean electricity to consumers remains a challenge. Energy storage could be the solution if China follows through with major power market reforms. Learn more here.

Chinadialogue 09 March 2017
Asia needs to spend US$26 trillion on infrastructure to boost economic growth and fight climate change, says ADB. Of which, US$14.7 trillion should be focused on power. AFP shares more.

Asia must spend US$26 trillion on infrastructure by 2030: ADB

Asia needs to spend US$26 trillion on infrastructure to boost economic growth and fight climate change, says ADB. Of which, US$14.7 trillion should be focused on power. AFP shares more.

ADB 07 March 2017
Between now and 2035, global energy demand is expected to rise by around 30%. Half of this added demand will be met by renewables, the fastest growing fuel source in this period. Find out more from BP’s 2017 Energy Outlook.

Growth of renewables to quadruple over the next 20 years: BP

Between now and 2035, global energy demand is expected to rise by around 30%. Half of this added demand will be met by renewables, the fastest growing fuel source in this period. Find out more from BP’s 2017 Energy Outlook.

BP 02 March 2017
Teaser Clean energy is poised to make more strides forward this year as costs continue falling while technologies improve. ADB shares more on what you should be looking out for.

5 predictions for clean energy in 2017

Teaser Clean energy is poised to make more strides forward this year as costs continue falling while technologies improve. ADB shares more on what you should be looking out for.

Asian Development Bank 28 February 2017
As the transition to a low-carbon energy system picks up pace, how can Southeast Asia reduce its reliance on coal and be part of this transition? Learn more from Nikkei Asian Review.

How Southeast Asia can transit to a low carbon energy system

As the transition to a low-carbon energy system picks up pace, how can Southeast Asia reduce its reliance on coal and be part of this transition? Learn more from Nikkei Asian Review.

Nikkei Asian Review 23 February 2017
Australia has long been a proponent of renewables but recent blackouts have cast doubts on the reliability of renewables and sparked debate about the role of coal in Australia’s energy mix. Global Risk Insights shares its analysis of the situation.

Australia's energy mix: still room for coal?

Australia has long been a proponent of renewables but recent blackouts have cast doubts on the reliability of renewables and sparked debate about the role of coal in Australia’s energy mix. Global Risk Insights shares its analysis of the situation.

Global Risk Insights 21 February 2017
China’s 13th Five Year Plan for the energy sector outlines plans to cap coal consumption and reduce the proportion of coal in the energy mix from 64% to 58% by 2020. Find out more from the New York Times here.

China cancels 103 coal plants

China’s 13th Five Year Plan for the energy sector outlines plans to cap coal consumption and reduce the proportion of coal in the energy mix from 64% to 58% by 2020. Find out more from the New York Times here.

New York Times 16 February 2017
What are Asia’s new energy realities? How can we build a low-carbon future and bridge the financing gap? Is there still a role for oil and gas? DEW Journal shares more in its SIEW 2016 report.

The new energy reality: an overview of SIEW 2016

What are Asia’s new energy realities? How can we build a low-carbon future and bridge the financing gap? Is there still a role for oil and gas? DEW Journal shares more in its SIEW 2016 report.

DEW Journal 14 February 2017
Asia Pacific is at a turning point in its energy trajectory. Energy solutions that have fuelled the region’s growth are no longer compatible with its aspirations of sustainable development. UNESCAP’s Dr Shamshad Akhtar shares more.

Regional solutions key for Asia-Pacific’s transition to sustainable energy

Asia Pacific is at a turning point in its energy trajectory. Energy solutions that have fuelled the region’s growth are no longer compatible with its aspirations of sustainable development. UNESCAP’s Dr Shamshad Akhtar shares more.

UNESCAP 07 February 2017
The 2017 energy outlook looks promising in spite of Brexit and Trump’s policy direction, says Frost & Sullivan. As Asia takes the global lead in driving clean energy, here are 8 key trends for the region in 2017.

Frost & Sullivan: Asia Pacific will assume global leadership for clean energy in 2017

The 2017 energy outlook looks promising in spite of Brexit and Trump’s policy direction, says Frost & Sullivan. As Asia takes the global lead in driving clean energy, here are 8 key trends for the region in 2017.

Frost & Sullivan 02 February 2017
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