Pacific countries are finding innovative new ways to finance renewable energy products that are making them more attractive to private investors.
On Malalison Island, in the Philippines, people are enjoying 24/7 electricity service through the use of solar hybrid technology, a new kind of battery storage and smart metering.
Tax and economic incentives for renewable energy and alternative fuel projects were once seen as key to attracting private investors to a country’s green energy plans. Increasingly, these subsidies – which can be revoked by governments as quickly as they were granted – are seen as risky and unpredictable if not rolled out carefully.
Thailand’s next phase of growth requires a transition to a low-carbon economy while ensuring energy security, affordability, and sustainability.
This tidal power plant in the Republic of Korea is a remarkable combination of high energy capacity and low environmental impact.
It's time to invest in developing countries where solar energy has yet to be tapped in scale.
The PRC’s experience in putting low-carbon buses on their city roads can inform other countries interested in the technology.
Singapore is home to the world’s largest test-bed for a floating solar photo voltaic power generation system, the results of which will be watched keenly by ADB and many others.
Demand-side energy efficiency brings benefits to four key stakeholders amid India’s low-carbon energy transition program.
With innovative business models, financing and procurement, developing countries can leapfrog to secure, affordable, and clean energy systems.