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In 2015 we discovered that wind energy accounted for over 50% of new electricity produced last year. Let’s hope this trend continues.
Conventional energy seems indispensable, but going 100% renewable isn’t just hypothetical – it is doable, and the best path to a sustainable future.
Tackling climate change through becoming more energy-efficient can start in our homes by replacing halogen bulbs with energy-saving LEDs.
The burden of energy poverty falls heaviest on women in Asia and the Pacific, where governments need to strengthen 4 policy areas to boost energy access among women.
To leverage more infrastructure development funds, India should establish a specialized institution dedicated to credit-enhancing corporate bonds.
The solar lighting sector is getting an overwhelming response among entrepreneurs seeking to expand in rural India, but critical challenges remain.
Choosing the right area for off-grid clean energy solutions needs a strong analytical approach to maximize your investment.
New funding is expected to facilitate transforming Mongolia’s energy sector into a low-carbon one to achieve the government’s renewable energy targets.
The 2015 Clean Technology Fund progress report hails ADB-administered projects in Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam.