Asia’s Energy Trends And Developments (In 2 Volumes)

Asia's Energy Trends And Developments (In 2 Volumes)

Asia's Energy Trends And DevelopmentsThis two volume compilation is a collection of papers on Asia’s Energy Trends and Developments that were presented at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore as part of its Energy Series Programme, which ran from June 2004 to September 2011, including 135 seminars and conferences. What is unique about this package of books is the range of topics covered, from nanotechnology, clean energy, hydropower, renewable energy and nuclear power to bilateral relations, energy security and energy efficiency, but all with the unifying energy theme in the context of Asia. The papers have been authored by international experts and innovators in their respective fields, from the areas of academia, government and the private sector, providing their perspectives on the energy debate in Asia. This compilation aims to provide the reader with insights into the overall trends and developments that have shaped and continued to influence energy policy, security and strategy in Asia and is a useful reference point for experts and those uninitiated in this field. With Asia, especially China and India, leading world energy consumption, Asian energy trends are now of global and Asian interest.

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