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|17 Dec 2013||
Despite years of sustained economic growth and enormous technological progress, energy poverty in the Asia and Pacific region remains at unacceptably high levels. Addressing energy poverty is an ADB priority. This publication highlights recent and ongoing projects which contribute towards that goal, through focused efforts and innovative solutions aim to bring the benefits of access to modern...
|9 Oct 2013||
This report attempts to identify policy, social, infrastructure, and technology issues that must be addressed to meet the future energy needs of members of ADB in Asia and the Pacific. Two cases of the projected energy demand and supply up to 2035 for ADB members in Asia and the Pacific are presented: View infographic in higher resolution. a business-as-...
|19 Jun 2013||
Developing Asia’s rising economic might and energy consumption will have far-reaching consequences for global energy markets and the environment. This report compiles the energy statistics of the Asian and Pacific member economies of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) from 1990 to 2009. Energy data for 47 member economies in the region are presented as energy balance tables and...
|3 May 2013||
South Asia Working Papers Developing Asia’s rising economic might and energy consumption will have far-reaching consequences for global energy markets and the environment. There is a wide variation in commercial energy resource endowments and commercial energy demand among the South Asian countries. While India...
|9 Apr 2013||
Asian Development Outlook Video : ADB Chief Economist Changyong Rhee discusses the highlights of ADB's Asian Development Outlook 2013 and the forecast for developing Asia. ADB's Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2013 estimates that regional economic growth in the Asia Pacific region will pick...
|6 Mar 2013||
South Asia is considered vulnerable to the impacts and consequences of climate change, including sea level rise, melting Himalayan glaciers, and increased frequency of typhoons. Notwithstanding these challenges, sustained and rapid economic growth is necessary for the region to achieve significant poverty reduction, uplift the economic well-being of its people, and increase its resilience to...
|3 Dec 2011||
The South Asia Regional Energy Study was completed as an important component of the regional technical assistance project Preparing the Energy Sector Dialogue and South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Energy Center Capacity Development. It involved examining regional energy trade opportunities among all the member states of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. The...