Risks in Asia renewable electricity
"The Asia-Pacific renewable electricity sector: a country comparison of risks and opportunities"
The Asia-Pacific region is becoming increasingly important as a driver for world economic growth and as an investment destination. Renewable power is not yet viewed as the solution to rapidly rising energy demand by most governments in the region, however they are increasingly aware of the importance of reducing their dependence on energy imports and of participating in the international effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Renewable energy also represents a low-cost solution to the problem of rural electrification. For these reasons, countries in the region have established legal frameworks to support renewable electricity deployment – both by improving incentives on offer, and by restructuring their power sectors.
This report, similar to London Research International's pioneering report for 20 European countries, provides a detailed analysis of the renewable electricity sector of 11 key countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Involving a spectrum of geopolitical considerations and market factors, the analysis assigns numerical scores to each country in terms of both risks and opportunities involved in investing in renewable electricity development.
To develop a definitive reference report that covers, in detail, the key aspects and dynamics of the renewable electricity sector in the Asia-Pacific region.
A primary objective of this report is to provide a comprehensive and structured basis for analysis and comparison of the renewable electricity sectors in 11 countries in the region.
Following the methodology used in previously published reports on the European renewable electricity sector, London Research International has used a series of indices that cover all the key areas of the renewable electricity sector in the Asia-Pacific region.
This report is unique in its use of multiple measures for each of the five indices that accurately and numerically evaluates the risks and opportunities of each country's renewable electricity sector. A sixth non-numerical index compares the emerging and established renewable power generating technologies in each country.
All parties with an interest in the renewable electricity sector, including investors, energy specialists and policy makers.
This report costs £499 plus VAT. For more information, please refer to the document available for download.
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