| ||By Pauline Pang, EMA | 29 October 2012|
A sustainable energy future is still feasible and not too late, but it will need a range of technologies to meet the 2°C scenario.
By Platts Energy Economist | 30 October 2012
That said, the growth of companies operating in the Chinese generation market will remain volatile until liberalisation of the wholesale power business and on-grid tariffs take place.
| ||By Lim Dao Xian, EMA | 26 October 2012|
With a market that is as diverse as it is complex, panellists attempt to make sense of utilities buying behaviour in the region.
| ||By Karan Khinchi, INSEAD | 26 October 2012|
Taking into consideration short-term hurdles, Southeast Asia is considered to be strongly positioned to capitalise on the potential growth of biomass-based energy.
| ||By Naveen Malik, EMA | 26 October|
Renewable energy resources are everywhere, but which of these sources do we invest in given financial restraints and other challenges? SERIS speaker Prof Joachim Luther shares his views.
| ||Henry Wong, EMA | 29 October 2012|
What will it take to develop a vibrant electricity futures market? Find out what SGX speaker Julie Wong has to share.
| ||By Lan Yi Wen, EMA | 26 October 2012|
While the various ASEAN power sectors have their own unique challenges, interconnectivity remains vital and can be achieved through market mechanisms without physical constructions.