Events - Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change in Asia and the Pacific
Resilience of Renewable Energy in Asia Pacific to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and the Energy Studies Institute will host a webinar on 11 March 2021 to present the findings of the study and discuss the performance of fossil fuels and renewable energy amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia Pacific.
Carbon Neutrality Dialogue - Carbon Neutrality Pledges in Asia
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and KAS RECAP are organising a series of webinars discussing the legal dimension of the carbon neutrality pledges in Asia. Registration can be done via the link below.
Blockchain for Sustainablility - Webinar Series
Webinar 1: Blockchain in the Energy Sector
The rise of renewable energy requires decentralized and digitized energy networks. Current blockchain use cases in the energy sector seem to be a perfect match for this demand. Together with experts from Europe and Asia, we will discuss these challenges.
Opportunities and Challenges for a Blue economy in Asia-Pacific region in COVID 19 world
The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), Asian Intitute of Technology (AIT) and KAS RECAP are organising a two-day workshop to discuss the opportunities and challenges in developing blue economy framework in Asia-Pacific. Registration can be done via the links below.
Benefits & Chances of Green Hydrogen Production in Germany
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Berlin will host an online seminar on the latest development of hydrogen in Germany.
Developing Skills & Building a Community of Practice
Youth Energy Academy 2021
With support of KAS RECAP, the Regional Resource Centre for Asia and Pacific, Asian Institute of Technology will host an online seminar to reconnect, share progress, strengthen the network between two alumni groups, and equip Youth Energy Academy alumni with an additional set of skills to advance on their project ideas. The platform will create an opportunity for young people in South and Southeast Asia to work together focusing on Decentralized Renewable Energy Approaches.
Designing Buildings for a Zero Waste Hong Kong
IEA-ICAP-KAS Carbon Pricing Dialogue
Mitigation Strategies and Carbon Pricing in Asia-Pacific
The International Energy Agency (IEA) in collaboration with the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s Regional Programme Energy Security and Climate Change (KAS RECAP) are hosting a public webinar on mitigation strategies and carbon pricing in the Asia-Pacific.
Green Finance for Renewable Energies
KAS RECAP and Climate Bonds Initiative launch a series of online workshops to have a discussion on the latest development of green finance in the region.
EU-Asia Relations and the Race for Global Resource Leadership - 9th Workshop
9th Workshop on EU-Asia Relations in Global Politics
Financing Renewable Energy Projects in Illiquid Markets
ASEAN Webinar Series
Supported by KAS RECAP, Climate Bonds Initiative is launching a series of webinars to discuss FX hedging for green bonds in ASEAN region.
Carbon Pricing in Southeast and East Asia and COVID-19 response
Issues and opportunities for ensuring sustainable and low-carbon energy development
IEA, ICAP & KAS RECAP are hosting a closed online workshop titled: Carbon Pricing in Southeast and East Asia and COVID-19 response: Issues and opportunities for ensuring a sustainable and low-carbon energy development. The Objective: Carbon pricing policies form a crucial tool to deliver on the ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement and avoid the costs of carbon lock-ins. In the past years, numerous jurisdictions in Southeast and East Asia have either adopted or are in the process of establishing a carbon price to reduce GHG emissions and to decarbonize electricity and industry sectors. The COVID-19 crisis and its global economic and geopolitical consequences, have introduced new challenges to global low-carbon transitions. This is occurring at time when the window for climate action is closing rapidly, while massive investments in low-carbon energy technologies and systems are urgently needed. In this workshop, experts and policymakers will present the state of play of carbon pricing in the region, analyze interactions between the latest climate and energy policy signals against the background of new market dynamics and green recovery plans, and discuss the opportunities for cost-effective low-carbon transitions in the years ahead with a focus on the power sector. The outcome of this workshop will be shared in a short report which will be distributed among the participants. Furthermore, the partners expect to host a physical workshop in Thailand (December 2020, subject to the current context/conditions) in order to conclude the present state of the global low carbon transition in those regions. The event is a closed virtual workshop. Will be held on 15th and 16th of July, 2020. Please note that participation is only by personal invitation.