Renewable Energy Policy and Governance in Asia-Pacific Countries program

Commitments to net zero targets by China, South Korea and Japan and other countries in the region have created strong momentum for zero-carbon energy adoption. A boom in solar photovoltaic installations in Vietnam has also shown just how quickly zero-carbon energy adoption can occur.

This program focuses on policy and governance approaches best able to facilitate the adoption and use of renewable energy in Asia-Pacific countries.

Journal Articles

Short Articles

Working Papers

Books

  • Llewelyn Hughes, Revisiting Radical Incrementalism in Japan's Energy Policy The Oxford Handbook on Japanese Politics, Oxford University Press, (2021)