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|24 Jul 2014||
Asia’s governments must make tough choices in energy investments that can provide affordable energy while meeting pressing environmental objectives, especially on climate change, says a study by ADB's Independent Evaluation Department. MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Asia’s governments must make tough choices in...
|13 Jun 2014||
The Pacific region is highly dependent on imported fossil fuels for its energy needs. Pacific developing member countries are extremely vulnerable to the volatile and high cost of imported fuel, which strains their economies and trade balances. Forecasts Between 2005 and 2030, demand for electricity in the Pacific region is expected to grow by about 7.0% annually, while...
|24 Apr 2014||
Pacific and Caribbean Conference on Effective Regulation of Energy and Water Services: Conference Materials
This report is a compilation of materials related to the Pacific and Caribbean Conference on Effective Regulation of Energy and Water Services held on 25-27 March in Nadi, Fiji. ADB, in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community, held a conference on 25-27 March in Nadi, Fiji. The conference convened...
|17 Dec 2013||
Access to energy decreases poverty and empowers people, but in Asia and the Pacific more than 600 million people have no electricity and about 1.8 billion use wood or charcoal for cooking and heating. Find out what ADB is doing to help. Despite years of sustained economic growth and enormous technological progress, energy...
|14 Oct 2013||
Power Swaps Can Help Asia-Pacific Manage Daunting Future Energy Needs - Report Cross-border power exchanges can play a central role in helping Asia and the Pacific meet its booming demand for power, which is set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next two decades,...
|19 Oct 2013||
This report is a compilation of energy supply and demand data of the member economies of the Asian Development Bank in Asia and the Pacific. The data include the latest 4 years of energy balances of 47 of the 48 ADB members in the region, and historical summary tables that present data on electric power generation, as well as macroeconomic and basic...
|9 Oct 2013||
This book provides an energy outlook for the region up to the year 2035 to help identify policy, social, infrastructure, and technology issues that must be addressed to meet future energy needs of ADB members in Asia and the Pacific. This report attempts to identify policy, social, infrastructure, and technology issues that...
Climate change is considered the greatest environmental, social, and economic challenge facing the Pacific countries today. ADB, through its Climate Change Implementation Plan for the Pacific, is committed to providing its Pacific DMCs a broad spectrum of technical and financial...
|22 Aug 2013||
Climate Change in the Pacific This flyer gives an overview of the progress Pacific countries have made with the help of ADB in the areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency while adapting to the challenges of climate change. In view of the diversity...
|24 Jun 2013||
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is working to assist in the development of the energy sector in 14 Pacific developing member countries (DMCs) through technical assistance, loan, and grant financing. ADB is providing support for the rehabilitation and expansion of power sector infrastructure, improvement of electricity access rates, expansion of renewable energy generation, and improvement of...