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RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN TOWARDS A REGIONAL ENERGY TRANSITION

September 30, 2022

RENEWABLE  ENERGY OUTLOOK
The Southeast Asia region will see rapid economic growth in the coming decades and energy use is set to grow significantly. Today, the region stands at a crossroads. On the one hand, it can pursue a path of continued reliance on fossil fuels, most of which come from non-indigenous sources, increasing the region’s emissions and exposure to volatile and increasingly expensive global commodity markets. On the other, the region could utilise its ample, affordable, indigenous renewable energy resources to lower energy costs, reduce emissions and drive regional economic development. This second edition of the Renewable energy outlook for ASEAN was developed in collaboration the ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE) and the ASEAN Renewable Energy Sub-sector Network. It is guided by IRENA’s World energy transitions outlook and builds upon the first Renewable energy outlook for ASEAN, released in 2016, by incorporating a net-zero pathway and a longer-term perspective to 2050.

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whitePaper | September 15, 2022

When we talk about the green shift or new tech solutions for addressing climate change, we assume, hope, and proclaim engineers and other STEM professionals as the custodians of our smooth transition towards sustainability and net-zero emissions. But we are stuck in a paradox. On the one hand, politicians and industry are sounding the alarm about the catastrophic shortage of engineers, IT, and STEM talents to address the current and future challenges. On the other hand, it is unclear what concrete competences and skills the industry needs to drive the green shift. Squeezed in between are the higher education institutions, racing against time to adapt curricula to match the skills provision with the skills demand.

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Huawei European Green Paper

whitePaper | June 7, 2022

Since establishing its first European R&D center in Sweden 20 years ago, Huawei has been collaborating to innovate and develop alongside European partners. Currently, Huawei has more than 15,000 employees in Europe, about 70% of whom are locally recruited, and indirectly supports more than 224,000 jobs, with 2 regional offices and 27 R&D centers. Huawei has established 230 technical cooperation projects and has partnered with over 150 universities across Europe. Today, green development has become an important trend. Green development, on par with the digital economy, has emerged as a major area of focus and global consensus in the roadmaps released by economies, including those in Europe. Huawei is committed to using technology to contribute to a better planet. We support Europe in achieving carbon neutrality through reducing carbon emissions, contributing to a circular economy,promoting renewable energy, and conserving nature with technology

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whitePaper | June 22, 2022

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Sustainable Equity Whitepaper

whitePaper | September 14, 2022

The rise and rise of sustainable investment has been clear over the past decade, with inflows hitting all-time highs amid the pandemic, as investors reflected on the implications of their capital allocations. Additionally, national and supranational governments have given significant nudges to pension funds and other non-profit-led organisations to not just consider, but also report on how their asset selection might affect the rest of us in the long term.

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Our clean energy vision A fossil-free future for cleanly heating homes and businesses

whitePaper | April 3, 2022

At National Grid we believe achieving a fossil-free future and addressing climate change is not just a shared responsibility, but one where we must lead. We are undertaking a bold initiative that will set a new climate standard for energy companies across America. From today forward, we are working to enable a future where every time our customers use energy – to turn on their lights, charge their phones, cook for their families, or heat their homes and businesses – it can be done without fossil fuels

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IEA Wind White Paper Cumulative Effects Analysis for Wind Energy Development: Current Practices, Challenges, and Opportunities

whitePaper | April 19, 2022

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an intergovernmental organization that works to shape a secure and sustainable future for all, through our focus on all fuels and all technologies, and our analysis and policy advice to governments and industry around the world.

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