Renewable energy core to Asia utilities, says Pierre Lau

The region's leading utilities analyst believes that the various forms of renewable energy have become an integral part of energy generation in Asia, with wind power in China possessing particularly strong appeal.

  • 10 Nov 2010

Renewable energy is going to be an integral part of Asia’s utility industry and it would be foolhardy to think otherwise, believes Pierre Lau, the leading utilities analyst for the region.

Describing the various forms of energy, Lau argues that each their own advantages and disadvantages. “Solar will ...

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