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Net-zero momentum and the digitalisation push promise profound change.
Natural gas may not win many popularity contests, but there is grudging acceptance that it still has a role to play in the energy transition.
Spanning the Equator, Southeast Asia boasts prime opportunities to upscale solar capacity and lift renewables in the energy mix.
Legacy grid infrastructure was not built with the energy transition in mind, so a fundamental rewiring will be required.
Wind capacity has been growing steadily in the region, but a confluence of factors could soon spur an offshore boom.
The diversity of low-carbon hydrogen may still be emerging but presents exciting long-term potential.
Decarbonising road transport will require an immense investment drive to scale charging infrastructure and convince consumers.
Distribution networks could transform the cost and carbon footprint of commercial and residential heating.
Alternative energy sources like biogas and biomethane can play an important role in decarbonisation efforts.
From recycling to renewable energy and decarbonising resource extraction, the circular economy presents diverse opportunities for investors.