Grenatec’s “Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure 2011,” explains in detail how a Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure could be built.
The 230-page study provides timelines, topologies and an analysis of Asia’s low-emission energy resources and how they could be developed.
The report concludes that a ‘bundled’ infrastructure of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) power lines, natural gas pipelines and fiber optic cables could feasibly stretch from China to Australia by 2050.
Grenatec illustrates how such a system could grow organically by progressively-interconnecting energy and data transmission infrastructure already being built in Asia.
The Executive Summary is available free.
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The “Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure” series is yearly. It will be updated in 2012.