Asia's Energy Trends and Developments: (In 2 Volumes)Volume 1: Innovations and Alternative Energy SuppliesVolume 2: Case Studies in Coopera by Mark Hong

Asia's Energy Trends and Developments: (In 2 Volumes)Volume 1: Innovations and Alternative Energy…

byMark Hong, Amy Lugg

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With Asia, — especially China and India, — leading world energy consumption, Asian energy trends are now of global interest, with deep implications for the world economy and geopolitics. Understanding the issues often require real-life case scenarios.

This two-volume compilation presents the key topics 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. A wide range of topics is covered, from nanotechnology, clean energy, hydropower, renewable energy and nuclear power to bilateral relations, energy security and energy efficiency — all with the unifying energy theme in the context of Asia. The nature of the issues is clearly illustrated in the case studies.

The chapters are authored by international experts and innovators in their respective fields, from academia, government and private sectors, providing their perspectives on the energy debate in Asia.

This compilation will provide the reader with insights into the overall trends and developments that have shaped and continue to influence energy policy, economic strategy and geopolitics in Asia. The case studies offer an especially useful reference point for experts and an understanding of the complex issues for laypersons.

Contents:

  • Volume 1:

    • Climate Change: A Global Issue (Tan Yong Soon)
    • Grooming Clean Energy as a Key Growth Area for Singapore (Goh Chee Kiong)
    • Nanoenergy in Singapore (Hiranmayee Vedam)
    • Innovation with Energy and Energy with Innovation (Geoffrey C Nicholson)
    • Hydropower in Southeast Asia (Erik Knive)
    • Philippine Experiences with Grid-Connected Renewable Energy Power Systems (N A Orcullo, Jr)
    • The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Business: From Evolution to Revolution (Steve Puckett and Tony Regan)
    • Developing Renewable Energy and Carbon Abatement Projects in Asia (William I Y Byun)
    • Power Development Plan and Status of Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Development in Indonesia (Djoko Prasetijo)
    • Korean Nuclear Power Technology (Hae Ryong Hwang and Shin Whan Kim)
    • Malaysian Perspectives Planning and Problems with Regard to Nuclear Energy (Shahidan Radiman)
    • The Asian Development Bank's Regional Perspectives, Policies and Issues Regarding Nuclear Energy and Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia (Anthony J Jude)
    • Birthing an ASEAN Nuclear Energy Cooperation Regime: Drivers, Status and Way Forward (Francisco G Delfin Jr)
    • Should ASEAN Go Nuclear? (Lee Yoong Yoong)
    • Myanmar and the Nuclear Option (Thaung Tun)
  • Volume 2:

    • The Logic of Energy Policy: The Case of Upstream Oil, Gas, Coal and Downstream Oil Sectors in Southeast Asia (Ridwan D Rusli)
    • East Asia's Energy Challenges: General Energy Cooperation and the Question of Competition (Christopher Len)
    • Contemporary Japanese–Russian Energy Cooperation: Problems, Current Developments and Perspectives (Svetlana Vassiliouk)
    • Energy-Related Policy Issues in Terms of Japan–China Relations (Yuji Morita)
    • India's Pipelines: Paradox, Problems and Possibilities (Marie Lall)
    • The Caucasus: Conflict, Instability and Fossil Energy Export Route (Hooman Piemani)
    • Kazakh Gas Policy in the Central Asian Region: Problems and Prospects (Zhanibek Saurbek)
    • The Theory of Stable Arab Gas Diplomacy: Regional Energy Security Through the Arab Gas Pipeline (Mary E Stonaker)

Readership: Students, researchers and the general public who are interested to understand a wide range of energy issues and various aspects of sustainable energy.
Key Features:

  • It provides different perspectives from government, private and academic sectors
  • It gives country-specific case studies that could be adapted and applied elsewhere
  • It considers the prospects for renewable energy sources with practical examples as well as the potential for creativity and innovation as a means to develop energy supply alternatives
  • It is written by energy experts focused on the Asia region
  • It considers nuclear power as an option for Asian nations
  • It has interesting information conveniently packaged in one easy to read volume
Title:Asia's Energy Trends and Developments: (In 2 Volumes)Volume 1: Innovations and Alternative Energy…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 4, 2013Publisher:World Scientific Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9814425591

ISBN - 13:9789814425599

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