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Natural Gas – Renewable Gases – Hydrogen


IRENA & ACE Publication: Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN – Towards A Regional Energy Transition – 2nd Edition

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is at a pivotal point in its collective energy future. This report outlines energy transition pathways that focus on renewables, end-use electrification, energy efficiency and emerging technologies, such as hydrogen. The main focus of this report is the 1.5°C Scenario (1.5-S), an energy pathway for ASEAN that is aligned with IRENA’s global 1.5-degree pathway from the World Energy Transitions Outlook

IREC Paper: Model Interconnection Procedures 2023 Edition

Interconnection is one of the biggest obstacles to the expansion of distributed energy resources (DERs). As demand for clean energy accelerates, utilities face a glut of requests to connect DER projects to an already saturated electric grid. Without up-to-date rules tailored to current clean energy technologies and the latest best practices for integrating them on the grid, it can take months or years to bring new projects online. 

CEA India Report on Transmission Plan for 500 GW RE by 2030

Since 2022, the installed electricity generating capacity in India was 409 GW including 166 GW of RE generating capacity (including large hydro), which is about 40% of the total installed electricity generating capacity in the country. India has envisaged to increase the non-fossil fuel based installed electricity generation capacity to 500 GW by 2030.

DNV Report: ASEAN Interconnector Study – Taking a regional approach to decarbonization

The ASEAN Interconnector Study conducted by DNV delves into the critical aspects of decarbonization within the member states of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). This comprehensive research explores how collaborative efforts across South East Asian countries can significantly reduce costs and accelerate the transition to cleaner energy sources.

RETA’s Flagship Project on Regional Interconnection

Strengthening interconnection between grids can enhance energy security and contribute to decarbonisation by allowing more flexibility in the system.  Particularly for interconnectors between grids in different jurisdictions, regulators’ roles in facilitating and regulating them can be complex, especially in cases where they operate in very different ways.

OGCI Paper: Results of OGCI Satellite Monitoring Campaign 2021 in Iraq & Campaign 2022-2023 over Kazakhstan, Algeria and Egypt

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) launched a Satellite Monitoring Campaign in 2021 to take practical action to help reduce methane emissions from oil and gas operations, demonstrate the capability of satellite technology to detect and quantify methane in Iraq and provide information to local operations to help them reduce emissions. In 2022-2023, OGCI extended its flagship Satellite Monitoring Campaign (SMC) to Algeria, Kazakhstan and Egypt to support more countries taking practical action to reduce methane emissions from oil and gas operations.