Is a Green New Deal on the Way in Southeast Asia?
By James Guild
COVID-19 offers the region an opportunity to kick start a transition toward sustainable energy – but a host of challenges remain.
The Greening of Indonesia-Gulf Relations
By Diwangkara Bagus Nugraha and Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
While deeply rooted in oil and gas, energy relations between the Gulf and Indonesia are increasingly moving toward renewables like solar.
Can the International Solar Alliance Truly Be India’s ‘Gift to the World’?
By Zerin Osho
Solar-powered vaccine logistics may present an important opportunity for the ISA amid the global pandemic.
The Right Ways to Take US-India Energy Cooperation to the Next Level
By Kartikeya Singh
A renewed focus on energy can be leveraged to build strategic partnerships for both countries in the Indo-Pacific region.
India’s New Stand on Energy
By Maitreyee Mukherjee and Asit Biswas
The rhetoric is impressive, but the government’s policies look unsustainable.
The Future of Japanese Energy
By Clint Richards
Tokyo hopes to make cheaper LNG and renewables the basis of its energy supply.
Asia Turns Greener
By Anthony Fensom
Asia’s economic giants appear to be getting serious about tackling emissions.
It’s Official: China’s Chaori Defaulted
By Zachary Keck
The first default in China’s onshore debt market has finally occurred. Now what?
Lights Out For China's Solar Power Industry?
China’s solar industry is a useful microcosm that illustrates larger flaws in the national economy.