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Saudi oil attack is wake-up call for Asian economies

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Saudi oil attack is wake-up call for Asian economies

19 September 2019

Energy

On September 14, drone attacks -- claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels -- hit the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil production facilities. These attacks took out …

Can Electric Vehicles Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Indonesia?

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Can Electric Vehicles Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Indonesia?

26 August 2019

Energy , Indonesia

People living in the urban areas of Indonesia may soon see plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) running on their streets now that President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo …

Hydrogen for ASEAN Countries’ Clean Energy Transition  in Road Transport Sector

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Hydrogen for ASEAN Countries’ Clean Energy Transition in Road Transport Sector

14 May 2019

ASEAN , Energy

The road transport sector faces challenges in both energy security and environmental concern According to International Energy Agency (IEA), the Association of Southeast Asian Nations …

Tariffs a threat to clean energy future of Asia

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Tariffs a threat to clean energy future of Asia

14 December 2018

Climate Change , Energy

Delegates from around the world have gathered in Katowice, Poland, to discuss how to curb greenhouse gas emissions in order to realize the goals enshrined …

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Hydrogen on the rise as clean fuel

01 October 2018

Energy

Market conditions, gains in technology build momentum for a crucial role for the gas in the future energy landscape Hydrogen has long been widely applied …

Saving the Planet and Making Profit: A Nexus Governance Approach for ASEAN

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Saving the Planet and Making Profit: A Nexus Governance Approach for ASEAN

28 June 2018

ASEAN , Energy , Environment , Sustainable Development Goals

ASEAN has put together an ambitious sustainable development agenda with its 2025 community vision. It has also played an important role in shaping the United …

Australia and Japan’s Light Bulb Moment

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Australia and Japan’s Light Bulb Moment

12 March 2018

Australia , Energy , Japan

The future of Australia-Japan energy cooperation will be increasingly shaped by the growing demands of their Asian neighbours, Venkatachalam Anbumozhi writes. Current energy cooperation between …

Benefits of Increasing Emission Standards for Coal-fired Power Plants in ASEAN beyond Environment and Health

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Benefits of Increasing Emission Standards for Coal-fired Power Plants in ASEAN beyond Environment and Health

02 October 2017

Coal , Energy

By Han Phoumin The East Asia Summit region depends heavily on coal, given its abundance, as a reliable energy source. Coal use patterns around the …

Solar Power for Poor Rural Households in ASEAN: Lessons from Cambodia

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Solar Power for Poor Rural Households in ASEAN: Lessons from Cambodia

30 June 2017

Cambodia , Energy , Energy Security , Innovation and Technology

By Han Phoumin In an innovative initiative to increase access to electrical power, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) has adopted a rural electrification master …

The Next Revolution of Energy: Energy as Services

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The Next Revolution of Energy: Energy as Services

30 May 2017

Energy , Infrastructure , Innovation and Technology , Services

By Yanfei Li Modern life can be characterized as a constant quest for energy. We make it a daily routine to refill our gas tanks, …

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