Climate change worsens familiar challenges to water and sanitation services, including limited access and poor infrastructure. Innovative approaches, such as games to inform sanitation enterprise development, have the potential to catalyze local solutions for sanitation.
The USAID Clean Power Asia program, the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Chulalongkorn University’s Energy Research Institute collaborated to help advance Thailand’s solar regulatory policy.
This white paper aims to illuminate women working in the energy sectors in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, and Vietnam as part of a gender and renewable energy assessment informing the program’s Gender Implementation Plan.
The USAID Clean Power Asia program works with Lower Mekong countries and other Association of Southeast Asian Nations member states to encourage power sector investments in environmentally friendly, grid-connected renewable energy sources.
This workshop report highlights key takeaways from the 2017 regional workshop “Climate Action for Agriculture in Asia: Strengthening the role of scientific foresight and CSA in addressing NDC priorities” in Bangkok.
This report documents and analyzes incentives for RE power currently being implemented in several ASEAN countries: namely, feed-in tariffs, self-consumption schemes, tax incentives, soft loans, and other incentives.
This fact sheet provides an overview of guidelines that were developed to assist Thailand in overcoming existing solar PV implementation challenges and contribute to the ease and greater adoption of renewable energy technology.