Investors Look to Asia for Returns on Solar, Smart Grid Projects

Much of Asia has a strong need for additional electricity generation. With many Asian governments looking to expand their renewable energy capacity, particularly solar, asset managers and other investors are seeing large opportunities to make money while helping Asia meet those energy needs.

“There are still huge unmet demands for electric power here in Asia,” Mark Moseley, lead lawyer for public-private partnerships at the World Bank, said at the Power & Electricity World Asia conference in Singapore last week. “In terms of raw numbers, the unmet demand in Asia is greater than anywhere else.”

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