New Energy Architecture: Myanmar - Weforum - World Economic
New Energy Architecture: Myanmar | World Economic ForumNew Energy Architecture: Myanmar. Read the reportRead the Executive SummaryContributors Myanmar is an energy resource rich country, strategically located between major emerging countries such as China and India. Yet, a large share of the population lacks access to electricity and enabling development of its energy sector will be core to powering future development.New Energy Architecture: Myanmar - Reports - World The Forum&39;s New Energy Architecture Initiative works to assess how countries can enable an effective transition to more secure, sustainable and affordable energy systems. As part of this Initiative, we have formed a collaboration with the Ministry of Energy of Myanmar, Accenture and the Asian Development Bank to help support Myanmar’s energy policy reform, after successful studies in Thailand, India and Japan.New Energy Architecture: Myanmar | Foro Económico MundialThis report is the culmination of a ten month multi-stakeholder study into Myanmar’s energy architecture and will be launched by a press conference and discussed within a broader Energy Summit at the World Economic Forum on East Asia meeting.
Industry Agenda New Energy Architecture: MyanmarMyanmar’s energy architecture is pivotal to its transformation, and now is a critical time to craft its design. The World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Accenture and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), is pleased to present this report on a New Energy Architecture for Myanmar.New Energy Architecture: Myanmar Free Summary by World A “New Energy Architecture” Every country needs an energy framework that fuels its economy, contributes to its resource security and nourishes its environmental sustainability. The World Economic Forum and Accenture created the “New Energy Architecture Initiative” in partnership with the Asian Development Bank to help nations develop strategies and shape policies to meet those goals.New Energy Architecture | World Economic ForumNew Energy Architecture: Japan builds on the methodology and findings of the World Economic Forum’s wider work, New Energy Architecture: Enabling an Effective Transition, which aims to better understand how countries can make the transition to a New Energy Architecture that more effectively underpins economic growth and development, environmental sustainability, and energy access and security.
Developing Myanmar’s energy sector | World Economic ForumIn a series of posts leading up to the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture: Myanmar 2013 report, which launches on 6 June 2013, Roberto Bocca, Senior Energy Director at the World Economic Forum, explains how collaborative, multistakeholder dialogues have proved so successful in Myanmar, and provides a model for future development of the country’s energy sector as well in other emerging economies.
Getting the energy balance in - World Economic ForumTherefore, balance must be sought through an integrated energy plan, a concept elaborated upon in a forthcoming report, The New Energy Architecture: Myanmar 2013, developed jointly by the World Economic Forum, Asian Development Bank and Accenture. There is no denying the importance of foreign investment to Myanmar’s energy sector.
Global Energy Architecture Performance Index 2014 99. 99 Myanmar and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic are excluded from the index and thus from this report. However, the World Economic Forum’s New Energy Architecture Initiative published New Energy Architecture: Myanmar in June 2013.