The development of infrastructure and increased affordability of cleaner types of fuel are important factors for the transition to clean energy.
Green bonds hold vast potential as a financing mechanism for green buildings in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Green bonds have been attracting increasing interest as an alternative source to finance low-carbon investments.
ASEAN must consider energy efficiency improvement as a strategic approach to enhancing energy productivity.
The risk of energy security of demand is greater when political risk in energy-transporting countries is included in a measure of energy.
Feed-in tarrifs and loans have proven effective in scaling up private investment in renewable energy.
Infrastructure development can give Central Asian economies an important boost for maintaining growth momentum, eradicating poverty, and addressing climate change.