Jennifer Morgan delivered the following speech on June 24, 2011 at the closing plenary of the 6th Annual Asian Clean Energy Forum in Manila, Philippines.
Looking for the innovations that can help developing countries achieve a low-carbon energy future, at an affordable cost.
At this week’s Asia Clean Energy Forum, policymakers, private sector firms, and non-governmental organizations will discuss how Asian countries can transform their power sectors while meeting development needs.
One topic on the agenda will be innovation: new approaches to bring down the cost and improve the performance of low-carbon energy technologies.
This piece originally appeared in the Jakarta Globe.
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