March 09, 2019
Thailand’s Renewable Energy Transitions: A Pathway to Realize Thailand 4.0
By Chen-Sheng Hong
Having a renewable energy transition is a critical step to realize Thailand 4.0.
January 09, 2019
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative an Opportunity for Indonesian Renewable Energy?
By Zahrana Nadifa Ramadhanty
Is there a significant role for BRI to play in the Indonesian renewable energy sector?
November 15, 2017
Can Red China Really Be the World’s New Green Leader?
By Chris Zhang
In the absence of U.S. leadership, Beijing’s policies on climate change are likely to set the global agenda.
August 04, 2017
Where Will Myanmar's Energy Come From?
By Amara Thiha
Energy demand in the country is expected to soar over the next decades. Can Myanmar keep the lights on?
August 02, 2017
Interview: Central Asia Copes With Climate Change
By Ryskeldi Satke
Stefanos Xenarios outlines how Central Asian countries are attempting to adapt to climate change.
June 02, 2017
Astana Expo 2017: Future Energy and a Kazakh Contradiction
By Catherine Putz
In a city oil money built, the focus is to be future energy.
February 17, 2017
Why Is Asia Returning to Coal?
By Grace Guo
The fossil fuel is undergoing an unexpected renaissance in the region.
January 17, 2017
Asia-Pacific: Time for New Energy Solutions
By Shamshad Akhtar
Regional solutions will be key for the Asia-Pacific’s transition to sustainable energy.
January 06, 2017
Powering Asia’s Renewable Revolution
By Anthony Kleven
Though there is growing optimism, getting past challenges will not be easy.
November 24, 2016
Will China Lead on Climate Change as Green Technology Booms?
By Channing Arndt
Lack of commitment from the incoming Trump administration is not necessarily fatal to global emissions reductions.
November 08, 2016
Could India and China Grow Without Coal?
By Andrew Witthoeft
Can the two Asian giants do without coal?
October 05, 2016
South Australia's Blackout Blame Game
By Grant Wyeth
While some pointed to the switch to renewables as the cause, a preliminary report blames the state’s “skinny” grid.