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According to ERIA’s research, the amount of energy consumption in this region will practically double in 2040. Therefore, conventional energy may still be used by most ASEAN and East Asian countries to satisfy the growing energy demand, with efforts to reduce the environmental impact and to gradually increase the use of renewable energy. ERIA produces annual research on energy outlook and energy saving potential in East Asia to look at the balance of energy best-mix based on each country’s policy and targets, as well as to predict the pattern of future energy consumption.

Some of ERIA's studies on renewable and clean energy includes projects on biomass energy utilisation, nuclear energy safety and efficiency, energy saving, energy security, eco town, low carbon emission, and power generation. Furthermore, ERIA have also contribute suggestions on energy policy, energy market integration, emission regulation, as well as country specific energy consumption statistics.

Energy, ASEAN, East Asia

Technical Improvement Report on Energy Outlook and Energy Saving Potential in East Asia

29 March 2018

This technical report of Energy Outlook and Saving Potential of East Asia Summit (EAS) countries aims to seriously look into how to improve data used … Read More

Innovation, Green Technology, Technology, Eco-efficiency, SMEs, Financial de-risking

Innovative green-technology SMEs as an opportunity to promote financial de-risking

22 March 2018

As the G20/OECD High-Level Principles of SMEs Financing state, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), including micro-enterprises, are core engines of innovation, growth, job creation and … Read More

Energy

Formulating Policy Options for Promoting Natural Gas Utilization in the East Asia Summit Region Volume II: Supply Side Analysis

08 February 2018

There is an increasing interest in understanding the demand potential of natural gas and its implication in the East Asia Summit region. This … Read More

Energy, East Asia Summit

Formulating Policy Options for Promoting Natural Gas Utilization in the East Asia Summit Region Volume I: Demand Side Analysis

16 January 2018

There is an increasing interest in understanding the demand potential of natural gas and its implication in the East Asia Summit region. This ERIA study … Read More

Energy

Multilateral Joint Study on the Liquefied Natural Gas Market

08 January 2018

The increased use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) is expected to solve many of the energy and environmental problems of the East Asia Summit … Read More

Energy, Technology, Globalization

Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies: The Impact of the Paris Agreement

06 November 2017

This book explores the opportunities and barriers within the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) framework of the Paris Agreement for low-carbon technology diffusion. Further, it … Read More

Energy, Infrastructure, Electricity Market

Creating Better Social Acceptance for Electric Power Infrastructure

30 October 2017

This study comprehensively evaluates issues related to public acceptance of coal-fired power plants in Thailand and thus derives policy implications on how to … Read More

Energy, East Asia, Policy

Remaking Energy Policies for Global Sustainability: The Case of Flying Geese Model and Path Dependencies in East Asia

01 October 2017

In East Asia, the path of economic integration that started at the end of World War II, through catch-up industrialization, took a distinguished path. Started … Read More

Infrastructure, Energy

Addressing Energy Efficiency in the Transport Sector through Traffic Improvement

27 September 2017

The study first summarized the existing policies in Viet Nam on energy efficiency improvement of the transport sector. The result showed that Viet … Read More

Energy

Oil Supply Resilience in ASEAN

24 August 2017

The study of oil supply resiliency aims to share Japan's experience with ASEAN countries in dealing with oil supply disruption either from abroad or domestically … Read More

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