Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock
Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock
Simon Nicholas
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Simon Nicholas

Energy financiers in Asia must stop supporting region’s costly addiction to LNG and coal power

  • Development banks should be funding Asia’s clean energy transition – not saddling countries with cripplingly expensive and outdated fossil fuel infrastructures

Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock
Cheaper, cleaner and more reliable renewables should be at the front of development banks’ energy financing in Asia. Photo: Shutterstock
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Simon Nicholas

Simon Nicholas

Energy Finance Analyst – Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis