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Mini-grid based off-grid electrification to enhance electricity access in developing countries: What policies may be required?
With 1.2 billion people still lacking electricity access by 2013, electricity access remains a major global challenge. Although mini-grid based electrification has received attention in recent times, their full exploitation ...
Implementation of analytic hierarchy process in evaluation of vulnerable critical oil and gas infrastructures to climate change impacts
(Climate Change: Impacts and Responses Research Network, 2019-04-16)
The Niger Delta oil and gas infrastructures are under severe threat of climate change impacts exacerbated by frequent flood activities, rising temperature, surging Atlantic tides, persistent heavy rainfall, and windstorms. ...
Analysing climate action plans of selected UK cities for their SDG alignment
(IESD, De Montfort University, 2019-07-04)
In UK, the Climate change Act of 2008 has placed a binding target of reducing the net carbon emission in 2050 by at least 80% compared to the 1990 baseline. With a high share of urban population, the contribution of cities ...
Proceedings of the International Conference on Energising the SDGs through Appropriate Technology and Governance
(IESD, De Montfort University, 2019-07-31)
This volume presents the papers presented at the international conference on Energising the SDGs through appropriate technology and governance. Papers were presented in eight sessions. In addition, there was a keynote ...
The role of coal in Asia
Coal is the dominant fuel in the primary energy supply of Asia. East Asia accounted for more than 80% of the regional coal demand and China remains the most important coal user in the world. South Asia (mainly India) is ...
Residential energy use in Asia
This chapter provides a review of residential energy demand in Asia since 1990. It presents a regional overview, followed by a sub-regional discussion covering east, west, south and south-east Asia. A brief review of ...
Energy poverty in Asia
This chapter presents a review of energy poverty situation in Asia, with a particular emphasis on South Asia. Lack of access to electricity and clean cooking energy is presented, followed by a summary of initiatives being ...
Review of electricity supply in Asia
Electricity is emerging as the preferred fuel of choice in Asia and the demand for electricity is rising. However, there is significant variation in terms of electricity use as well as electricity system performance in the ...
Introduction (to the Routledge Handbook of Energy in Asia)
This chapter introduces the book. It presents the context and introduces the chapters.It presents a brief review of Asian economic development, Asia's unprecedented transformation and the energy sector development.
The Routledge Handbook of Energy in Asia
This edited volume presents a comprehensive review of energy development in Asia over the past three decades. It covers supply and demand, current policy issues and Asia's efforts towards a low carbon pathway in the future. ...