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Energy and structural change in the Asia-Pacific region

Seiji Naya

Energy and structural change in the Asia-Pacific region

summary of the proceedings of the Thirteenth Pacific Trade and Development Conference.

by Seiji Naya

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Published by Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Asian Development Bank in [Manila] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia,
  • Pacific Area
    • Subjects:
    • Energy industries -- Asia -- Congresses.,
    • Energy policy -- Asia -- Congresses.,
    • Energy industries -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.,
    • Energy policy -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsPhilippine Institute for Developmental Studies., Asian Development Bank., Pacific Trade and Development Conference (13th : 1983 : Manila, Philippines)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9502.A782 N39 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. ;
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2563217M
      LC Control Number85103093

      The Asia-Pacific plays a critical role in today’s global energy markets. The pan-region (generally considered to consist of East Asia, Southeast Asia, Australasia and the Pacific Coast of the Americas) is home to both the world’s largest energy consumers and some of its biggest producers. The APEC Energy Working Group was launched in to increase energy trade and investment and ensure that energy contributes to the economic, social, and environmental enhancement of the Asia-Pacific region while mitigating the environmental effects of energy supply and use.

      33 | Renewable Energy in the Asia Pacific PROfIlE Japan’s Government is a parliamentary system with a constitutional monarch (the Emperor) who symbolises national unity. Following World War II, Japan entered a period of great economic growth. Despite an economic slowdown in the s, Japan remains one of the largest JaPaN OvERvIEw. The production of electricity for the total Asia-Pacific region was only about 4% of the production in the USA 9% of the EU and 6% that of Japan. This shows the huge potential for power demand in Asia. Within the Asia-Pacific region, the per capita kilowatt hour usage varied from a low of 12 kWh for Cambodia to a high kWh for by: 7.

      The Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC) is an annual International Conference that has been held ever since , and the last seven APPEECs attracted many scientists, engineers and technologists from all around the world to attend, providing ideal forums for them to exchange their new ideas and findings. The Asia-Pacific region is home to the world’s largest region of coral reefs and mangroves. It accommodates two-thirds of the world’s human population and its economic activities have the highest growth rate in the world. Ongoing degradation of the environment, resulting from coastal development.


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