Connecting Northeast Asia: Renewable Energy and Prospects for Cooperation

Authors: Cesare M. Scartozzi, Roberto Orsi, Maximilian Ernst, Henry Martin
Journal: Asian Perspective.
Volume 45, no. 4.
Date: 2021.
Pages: 761-783
LINK: https://www.muse.jhu.edu/article/837040
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/apr.2021.0040

Abstract: This article assesses the significance of renewable energy technologies in the integration of the Northeast Asian energy sector. The study provides a country-level analysis of renewable energy trends in China, Korea, and Japan. Then, it analyzes how domestic trends are linked from a regional perspective, highlighting opportunities and challenges posed by renewable energy technologies. Finally, it assesses the current state of affairs in energy cooperation and provides an appraisal of future developments, with particular attention to the issue of grid connectivity.

Keywords: renewable energy, energy security, grid connectivity, China, Republic of Korea, Japan.

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How to Cite:
Chicago Manual of Style 17th ed.:
Scartozzi, Cesare M., Roberto Orsi, Maximilian Ernst, and Henry Martin. “Connecting Northeast Asia: Renewable Energy and Prospects for Cooperation.” Asian Perspective 45, no. 4 (2021): 761-783. muse.jhu.edu/article/837040.
APA 6th ed.:
Scartozzi, C.M., Orsi, R., Ernst, M., & Martin, H. (2021). Connecting Northeast Asia: Renewable Energy and Prospects for Cooperation. Asian Perspective 45(4), 761-783. https://www.muse.jhu.edu/article/837040.