Installing solar panels on railway sleepers can generate 1 MW of power from a 6 km section of railway track. That’s enough to power 150 electric cars.
Hugely affected by climate change, Sri Lanka is taking bold action against it. ADB and UNDP are helping develop a strategy that can be replicated elsewhere.
What can Asia learn from Costa Rica’s successful experience with clean energy and its goal to achieve full electric mobility?
100% urban electrification doesn’t necessarily deliver 24/7 power in some developing countries.
33 years from now, energy will be affordable, renewable, and equitable as demand declines and technology becomes available to everyone.
Spilling hydropower in one country can benefit a neighboring country that lacks power or is relying on diesel.
Solar power was initially installed on rooftops, then on public light fittings, later on land. Now it can be installed on water.
This technology comes at the right moment to support the transformation of the energy sector in developing Asia.
ASEAN will enjoy quality growth by investing in affordable, efficient, and reliable electricity.
The region’s infrastructure needs to reach a point where it can support higher levels of sustainable growth.