The Asia-Pacific region is expected to attract approximately 40% of the total global investment in Renewable Energy capacity between now and 2050. The region – especially South East Asia – benefits from a unique combination of electricity demand growth, electricity supply crunch and abundant solar, wind and water resources to spur investments in Renewable Energy assets. Long being a laggard in terms of market development compared to other regions and to its theoretical potential, regional governments are expected to pave the way that will help to reduce currently prevailing regulatory and policy hurdles as the electricity generated from renewable generation sources becomes more and more price-competitive. In this still rather immature market environment, it is challenging for investors to originate, develop and operate renewable energy assets directly.
Read the report by Aquila Capital to understand how the anticipated significant growth of renewable energies in the region offers attractive risk-return-profiles.
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