Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure: Outlook 2011

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.

To read the entire report, please email us at to discuss seat license pricing for corporates, multilateral institutions, non-profits and individuals.

The “Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure” series is yearly. It will be updated in 2012.

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