New Data-Driven Index Reveals Asia’s Top 3 Markets for Renewable Electricity
First-of-its-kind report, powered by CDP’s data of 1,170 companies, ranks the competitiveness of ten key Asian markets for renewable electricity.
The ten selected markets represent 11,000+ TWh in total annual electricity demand – close to half of global demand.
India, Mainland China and Japan top the index, which tracks and analyses multiple market, policy and corporate indicators.
Actions needed to recognize current market barriers and improve RE support mechanisms to accelerate the decarbonization of our region’s energy systems.
First-of-its-kind research, REenergising Asia: Assessing Renewable Electricity Readiness Among Key Asian Markets, developed by global environmental disclosure platform CDP and funded by HSBC, reveals the comparative competitiveness of Asia’s ten key markets for renewable electricity (RE) representing more than 11,000 TWh in total annual electricity demand – close to half of the global demand.
Red Links was engaged to support content collation and contribute to this trailblazing work that will assist Asia transition to clean and sustainable power generation.
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