High economic growth in Asia and the Pacific has spurred high demand for energy. Developing countries in the region, however, have been suffering severe energy shortages and weakened energy industries. To tackle these problems and sustain economic development, systematic sustainable energy policies and energy-efficient industries must be developed. Green energy is increasingly popular. Many countries in Asia and the Pacific have initiated policies to make solar, wind, geothermal, and hydropower energy sources marketable. It is therefore timely and opportune to expand the capacity of Asia’s policy makers to deal with these issues.
To promote discussion and share policy insights among government officials and experts to build capacity for understanding key issues related to green energy and the green industry.
Government officials from Cambodia and Viet Nam; international experts; and representatives from multilateral development banks, the private sector, and academia involved in developing green energy and technology.
Actively join discussions and share views and experiences.
- Better knowledge and enhanced capacity of developing countries’ policy makers to understand aspects of sustainable energy
- Clear understanding of green energy, energy technology, and energy financing
- Presentation materials to be uploaded to ADBI’s website
How to register
By invitation only.
Korea University, Graduate School of Management of Technology and Korea Environment Corporation
Time of event
09:00 - 18:00