Category: Webinars & Videos

RENdez-vous Southeast Asia: RE-Imagining Renewable Energy Futures for Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has huge, untapped potential to be a leader in renewable energy. Currently, however, economies in the region are heavily dependent on fossil fuels to meet their energy demand. This was the second of a 3-part series of RENdez-vous for Southeast Asia by REN21. Participants and thematic experts discussed and re-imagined what futures may look like for renewable energy in Southeast Asia.

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South Asia New Energy Series 2021: Towards an integrated RE-EV-H2 clean energy ecosystem

The FTI Consulting-TERI South Asia New Energy Series curated a series of five discussions, covering policy, funding, transport and infrastructure, industry decarbonization, and skills and inclusion, to cover what is an inter-disciplinary and complex set of issues around adoption and scaling up of clean technologies, from renewable, battery technologies and hydrogen, and the linkages critical for creating a clean energy transition pathway to 2030.

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Interview with Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, International Solar Alliance

Formed in 2015, the International Solar Alliance (ISA) has now become a global collaboration to promote solar energy uptake worldwide with 95 signatories and more on the way. Through advocacy and analysis, capacity building, resource mobilisation, and project implementation, ISA is enabling long-term visibility and scalability of solar power projects across nations. In this exclusive Q&A, Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, ISA gives his perspective on the evolving global solar power landscape as well as ISA’s focus areas for the future and his vision for the organisation.

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Korea’s renewable energy market landscape

Renewable energy poses one of the largest investments and development opportunities in Asia in the next ten years. In Korea, the market is especially focused on diversifying and expanding its energy sources to include solar, wind power and hydrogen. The Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy recently announced they will target 30-35 per cent of their entire energy network to come from renewables sources by 2040 – up from just eight per cent today.

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Asia’s Offshore Wind Dragons

New markets in Asia, the Americas, and eventually Africa, accelerated growth in Europe, the rise of floating offshore wind and increasing interest in power-to-x solutions, are creating the basis for unprecedented growth in the offshore wind industry.

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