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APAC Energy Buzz: Time for Asia’s Sputnik moment on decarbonisation

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22 September 2020

APAC Energy Buzz: Time for Asia’s Sputnik moment on decarbonisation

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A tough job just became even more difficult. The pace of Asia's energy transition was already worryingly slow before the pandemic and now the urgent need to rebuild risks slowing the pace of investment in green initiatives as stimulus is channelled elsewhere. Asia remains hooked on hydrocarbons. Coal, oil and gas still supply a whopping 90% of of the region's energy demand and consumption isn't expected to peak until 2036. Not a problem right now, but while the pandemic has put a small dent in Asia’s hydrocarbon demand trajectory, it has clobbered the outlook for investment in global supply. Policy, innovation and investment is needed to ensure capital is incentivised into new technologies to drive Asia's energy transition and avoid a future supply crunch.

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