ENERGY CONSERVATION IN EAST ASIA:Towards Greater Energy Security
- Elspeth Thomson(Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore)Youngho Chang(Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; National University of Singapore, Singapore)Jae-Seung Lee(Korea University, Korea)Registered editor(s):
As East and Southeast Asia continue to modernize and urbanize, their demand for energy will soar. Besides seeking to import fossil fuels from the Middle East, Africa, the Caspian Region, Russia, Latin America, Australia, etc., it is imperative for these Asian countries to cooperate in substantially raising the efficiency with which energy is consumed. This book offers a comprehensive examination of East and Southeast Asia's energy conservation policies. It begins with a summary of the current and projected energy supply and demand patterns in the region, and a discussion about the need and basis for cooperation in energy conservation. This is followed by an examination of the energy conservation policies and progress to date in seven ASEAN countries and in China, Japan and Korea.
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