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Climate Change Hits Asia Hardest

Jim Conca

McKinsey&Company's Climate risk in Asia report indicates that Asia gets hit hardest by climate change, which shouldn’t be surprising. Asia has more people in coastal cities than all other cities in the world combined, so sea level rise and severe weather will be worse there than anywhere else.

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Argus Launches Index for Low-Carbon Hydrogen Products in Northeast Asia

FuelCellsWorks

LONDON– Global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus has launched an index to assist companies trading low-carbon hydrogen products distributed to key markets in northeast Asia. The Argus Japan Korea.

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Asia's central banks must rise to the challenge of climate change

GreenBiz

Most central banks in Asia already believe they should help to promote green bonds and other low-carbon initiatives.

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Coal, cables, and Australia’s energy links with Asean and Asia

Renew Economy

The post Coal, cables, and Australia’s energy links with Asean and Asia appeared first on RenewEconomy. Australia's lucrative thermal coal export market is going away quicker than would have been thought possible even 5 years ago. What will take its place?

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Smart metering inching closer to 1 billion units in Asia-Pacific

Smart Energy International

Smart electricity metering in Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at a rate of over 6% from 818.6 Taiwan is the least mature market in East Asia with an installed base of just 2.8 In south Asia, the most significant growth is expected in India, which is targeting 250 million smart prepayment meters. million units.

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Southeast Asia’s learning curve for energy storage adoption in focus at ESS Asia 2024

Energy Storage News

Emerging energy storage markets across Asia face a similar learning curve today as their maturing counterparts have done in the past.

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Smart grid innovations booming with Asia as emerging hub

Smart Energy International

In East Asia – mainly in Japan and China – there was a doubling from 27% to 55% over the same periods. Over the same period there also has been a significant shift in the geographical distribution of the smart grid innovations with a halving of activity in North America from 39% in the period 2002-2006 to 16% in 2017-2021. Have you read?

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