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Green Finance and Renewable Energy in ASEAN and East Asia

Green Finance and Renewable Energy in ASEAN and East Asia
27 December 2023
Energy, Green Finance, ASEAN, East Asia

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Green Finance and Renewable Energy in ASEAN and East Asia edited by Phoumin, Taghizadeh-Hesary and Kimura provides several empirical policy-oriented studies with new data on ASEAN member states and East Asian economies that deal with innovative and market-based solutions for unlocking private investments in renewable energy projects.

In the wake of COVID-19, the importance of innovative ways and policies for enhancing investments in renewable energy projects to achieve climate-related goals is highlighted. Chapters cover various aspects and means of green finance for renewable energy development, including identifying the financing barriers and solutions for mitigating them, cleantech finance and energy transition, green investment risks, green technology financing, market development, carbon taxation, green bonds, FinTech, and green digital finance. The book collectively provides policy recommendations for designing funding strategies for renewable energy development in ASEAN and East Asia.

A valuable resource to end-users, policymakers, and market players in ASEAN, East Asia, and the rest of the world on access to finance for renewable energy development.

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About the book

Edited by Han Phoumin, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Fukunari Kimura

280 Pages 61 B/W Illustrations

Series: Routledge-ERIA Studies in Development Economics


Part 1 Barriers, Risks, and Mitigation

1. Addressing Investment Challenges to Foster Capital Mobilization into Geothermal Power Projects in Indonesia and New Zealand

 by Tsani Rakhmah

2. Understanding Green Investment Risks of Renewable Energy Projects: A Perspective from Investors and Developers in Malaysia

 by Amar Hisham Bin Jaaffar, Saraswathy Kasavan, Siti Indati Mustapaa, Nor Munirah Zawawi, and Siti Fara Fadila Abdul Razak

3. Climate risk and sustainable investing: new evidence from Chinese renewable energy firms

by Anupam Dutta, Mohammad Rakib Uddin Bhuiyan, Ali Ahmed, and Gazi Salah Uddin

4. Green Bond Underlying Volatility Swaps in China

by Ranadeva Jayasekera, Tianqi Luo, Ali Ahmed, and Gazi Salah Uddin

5. Cleantech Financing and Renewable Energy Transition in ASEAN: A Dependence Perspective

by Wasim Ahmad, Manmeet Kaur, and Nazneen Mansoori


Part 2 Green finance instruments and Policies for renewable energy development

6. The role of fintech on renewable energy growth in the digital era: The case of China

by Kangyin Dong, Congyu Zhao, Jianda Wang, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, and Han Phoumin

7. The role of Green bonds in funding renewable energy projects in Japan

by Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Han Phoumin, and Ehsan Rasoulinezhad

8. The Role of Green Finance in Renewable Energy Deployment in the Republic of Korea

by Nadeem Iqbal, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, and Han Phoumin

9. Green Financing through Carbon Taxation: Malaysia's Roadmap to Increased Renewable Energy Investment

by Siti Indati Mustapaa, Nor Salwati Othman, and Bamidele Victor Ayodele

10. Role of green technology financing in renewable energy development in ASEAN

by Muhammad Mohsin, Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, and Han Phoumin

11. India’s Green Financing Renewable Energy Initiatives

by Sangeeta V. Sharma, Han Phoumin, Vinod K. Sharma, and Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary

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