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To address the disruption brought by the rise of distributed energy resources, new business and regulatory models have to emerge. KAPSARC discusses the considerations, opportunities and outlook for utilities of the future.

New Business and Regulatory Models for Utilities of the Future

To address the disruption brought by the rise of distributed energy resources, new business and regulatory models have to emerge. KAPSARC discusses the considerations, opportunities and outlook for utilities of the future.

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) 08 December 2016
Critical support is needed to accelerate the transfer of low-carbon technologies to developing countries to help them meet their NDCs. ADB shares the challenges these countries face and how they can be resolved.

Roundtable Executive Report: Accelerating Low-Carbon Technology Transfer: Helping Developing Countries Implement Nationally Determined Contributions

Critical support is needed to accelerate the transfer of low-carbon technologies to developing countries to help them meet their NDCs. ADB shares the challenges these countries face and how they can be resolved.

Asian Development Bank (ADB) 06 December 2016
As the rise of distributed energy resources lead to further fragmentation of the power sector, both in the services offered and its value chain, KAPSARC discusses how the sector can move forward.

Is Unbundling Electricity Services the Way Forward for the Power Sector?

As the rise of distributed energy resources lead to further fragmentation of the power sector, both in the services offered and its value chain, KAPSARC discusses how the sector can move forward.

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) 01 December 2016
With the development of a regional power grid being high on ASEAN’s agenda, what are the areas that need progress to support regional power sector integration?

Roundtable Executive Report – Power Sector Integration in Southeast Asia

With the development of a regional power grid being high on ASEAN’s agenda, what are the areas that need progress to support regional power sector integration?

International Energy Agency 29 November 2016
IEA’s flagship World Energy Outlook 2016 explores the impacts of the Paris Agreement to date on energy investments, policies and the outlook for energy markets

IEA World Energy Outlook 2016

IEA’s flagship World Energy Outlook 2016 explores the impacts of the Paris Agreement to date on energy investments, policies and the outlook for energy markets

IEA 25 November 2016
Smart data can help achieve optimal energy balance with minimal wastage, but what does a future of smart multi energy systems promise?

Roundtable Executive Report – Smart Multi Energy Systems: Challenges and Opportunities

Smart data can help achieve optimal energy balance with minimal wastage, but what does a future of smart multi energy systems promise?

Energy Research Institute, NTU 22 November 2016
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) organised a roundtable at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) 2016 to discuss the renewable energy outlook for ASEAN

Roundtable Executive Report: Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN – A REmap Analysis

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) organised a roundtable at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) 2016 to discuss the renewable energy outlook for ASEAN

International Renewable Energy Agency & ASEAN Centre for Energy 14 November 2016
As regional cooperation on nuclear energy governance grows in Southeast Asia, what has been learned from Fukushima about nuclear safety and emergency preparedness?

Roundtable Executive Report - Nuclear Safety and Cooperation in ASEAN

As regional cooperation on nuclear energy governance grows in Southeast Asia, what has been learned from Fukushima about nuclear safety and emergency preparedness?

S Rajaratnam School of International Studies 09 November 2016
China’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiative covers countries accounting for 70 percent of the world’s energy reserves. Gal Luft, co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS), shares why the US should approach B&R with an open mind.

China’s Infrastructure Play: Why Washington Should Accept the New Silk Road

China’s Belt and Road (B&R) initiative covers countries accounting for 70 percent of the world’s energy reserves. Gal Luft, co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS), shares why the US should approach B&R with an open mind.

Gal Luft 12 October 2016
LNG projects traditionally require significant investment in infrastructure. Wärtsilä shares how smaller, relatively undeveloped players can meet their LNG demand.

Win-win: How small players can get in on LNG

LNG projects traditionally require significant investment in infrastructure. Wärtsilä shares how smaller, relatively undeveloped players can meet their LNG demand.

Wärtsilä 12 October 2016
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