It’s time for Central Asian power utilities to develop a new corporate strategy based on three areas of action.
With a clear, comprehensive, long-term strategy, the country could produce electric vehicles for the whole region.
A key challenge is to transition from fossil fuels to next-generation clean energy without making consumers pay more.
SOE reforms in the energy sector should be time-bound, and focus on accountability and performance.
Improving electricity supply to rural health facilities is critical to deliver quality health care across developing Asia.
New technology, mounted on a drone, now allows us to see from the sky where we are wasting energy.
Our comprehensive electricity solution packages in 3 disruptive energy technologies: solar power, super efficient appliances, and lithium-ion batteries.
The next 12 months are likely to bring us closer to a new era of renewable energy, much faster than I predicted a year ago.
New technology will allow people without access to electricity to generate power from the sun and stay off the grid, all for a price cheaper than their kerosene bill.
Bilateral power trading deals among SASEC countries should gradually expand. A single interconnected power market would be a clear win for the subregion.