Energy outlook for Asia and the Pacific

1st October 2013

Topic(s): Energy efficiency, Policy law and regulation, Renewables

This 2013 edition of the Asian Development Bank’s Energy Outlook for Asia and the Pacific projects through to 2035, forecasting policy, social, infrastructure and technology issues that must be addresses to meet future energy needs of the region.

The authors estimate increased CO2 emissions in a business as usual scenario where they project that the demand for coal, oil and gas will rise.

They present an alternative case to consider the future energy savings potential as well as CO2 emissions reduction potential in Asia and the Pacific through the deployment of advanced technologies for energy savings and a shift toward low-carbon technologies.


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