Economic growth is significantly influenced by digitization and demographic transition.
International assistance should complement national efforts to ensure digital transformation in least developed countries like Nepal and contribute to more inclusive outcomes.
Proactive and efficient policies that complement electricity tariff reforms are needed to enhance residential power service supply in emerging economies.
Financial incentives are part of the long-term solution for achieving energy efficiency.
Energy security is a nation’s ability to meet the energy needs of its inhabitants uninterruptedly at an affordable price.
Infrastructural and economic factors are the most important requirements to develop the current green bond market in Viet Nam.
The imposition of sanctions against the Russian Federation since 2014 has stimulated an increase in Russian energy exports to the Asia and Pacific region.
Policies to attract extra inward remittances and improve financial inclusion status could pull middle-income countries out of middle-income traps.
Increasing the quality of infrastructure may have a large impact on decreasing costs arising from natural disasters.
Importing liquefied natural gas can improve energy security in the People's Republic of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.