A Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure

By 2050, Asia could be interconnected by a vast energy and information network.
This 'Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure' would transport low-emission energy up and down the hemisphere, serving a market of two billion people.
The benefits are hard to overstate: less volatile energy prices, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, improved geopolitical stability, supercharged innovation and deepened rural electrification.

The initial bits of this 'Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure' are already being built.
They have names like the Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline, Trans-ASEAN Electricity Grid, China Fiber Optic City, Palapa Ring (Indonesia), and the National Broadband Network (Australia).
Linked together, they'll provide Asia with a critical energy and data infrastructure that could last a century or more.
They will create a GReen RENaissance through Advanced TEChnology -- or GRENATEC.