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Adoption of cleaner cookstoves: barriers and way forward
Globally 2.6 billion people, representing around 38% of the total population, depend on solid biomass fuels to meet their basic energy needs for cooking. While rural communities are shifting to modern fuels such as LPG ...
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. ...
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 ...