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.
Blog posts on "energy policy"
While coal will still keep the grid up and running for now, renewable energy-based distributed systems can meet growing demand in the near future.
ASEAN will enjoy quality growth by investing in affordable, efficient, and reliable electricity.
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.