[The EB Podcast] In the fourth episode of the series Tomorrow’s cities: Engineering the energy transition, we explore the potential for low-carbon cooling as Southeast Asia gets richer and hotter.
What’s needed for renewables to take off is leadership, vision and a commitment to a better society from the Asean political class, writes Assaad Razzouk.
Thailand plans to build the world’s largest floating solar farms to power Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy and to boost the country’s share of clean energy.
[The EB Podcast] In the second episode of the series Tomorrow’s cities: Engineering the energy transition, we explore how to build zero carbon cities in fast-growing Southeast Asia.
As financial close approaches for a 2,000 MW coal-fired power station in Java, NGOs say Southeast Asia’s largest bank should pull out of a project that is polluting and financially risky. Meanwhile a new study has found that every two weeks another financial institution drops coal.
A silver lining of global warming is that it is forcing every nation to rethink its future, to open its mind to new possibilities. The latest IPCC report gives the worldonly 12 years to radically cut greenhouse gas emissions or condemn future generations to climate change catastrophe. There is no choice but to act.
China’s experience offers lessons for countries facing growing waste problems and energy demand, writes Courtney Weatherby.
As part of her mission to put greenhouse gas emissions on a downward path by 2020, Christiana Figueres pushes for renewables to electrify one of the most coal-dependent countries in Southeast Asia.
The Energy Commission of Malaysia has released a tender for 500MWac of grid-connected large-scale solar projects to be developed on Peninsular Malaysia.
What technologies are companies using to make palm oil more sustainable, and how are they using it to ensure the survival of the industry—and tropical forests and the people who depend on them?
No space to put a solar array? Lakes, dams, reservoirs and even the sea can fit the bill - and the costs are falling fast, experts say
Still stuck on coal, the region is missing out on massive price cuts in renewables, writes Courtney Weatherby
Much of the growth in Asian green bond issuance is in China, with Southeast Asian countries gaining momentum. What can the finance industry do to boost green investments in developing nations in Southeast Asia?