The Asia-Pacific Tech Monitor is a quarterly periodical of the Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) that brings you up-to-date information on trends in technology transfer and development, technology policies, and new products and processes.
This manual describes the process of adopting a National Innovation System (NIS) framework, and evolves strategies to strengthen the process of creating and diffusing new technologies and innovation within a nation state’s economy.
Comparative Study of Polices and Related Best Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region for Promoting the Adoption and Utilization of Renewable Energy Technologies
The increased demand and surge in energy prices in the Asian energy markets has renewed the concerns of governments, businesses, and individuals regarding the rapidly depleting fossil fuel resources and expensive methods of generating electricity to meet the growing demand.
DESK STUDY REPORT “Policies to Promote Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs) in the Asia-Pacific Region”
Renewable Energy has been growing at rapid rates in the recent past. This growth has mainly been triggered by concerns of climate change, projected depletion of fossil fuels and consequent need for energy security.
A Guidebook on Intellectual Property Issues to be Considered while Transferring Renewable Energy Technologies
This report was prepared by Dr.Vinod Kumar Gupta, Former Scientist G National Institute of Science Technology And Development Studies Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research New Delhi, under a consultancy assignment given by APCTT.
This Report consists of the material complied by an Indian NGO the Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technology and Institutions (SRISTI) prepared under APCTT’s project “Promotion of Grassroots Innovation in Asia-Pacific Countries”.