International Conference on Energy Security in South Asia Plus: Relevance of Japanese Experience
IPS Research Economist, Chatura Rodrigo represented Sri Lanka at the ‘International Conference on Energy Security in South Asia Plus: Relevance of Japanese Experience’, held at the Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies in October 2015. The two day event was aimed at creating a dialogue among relevant stakeholders in South Asia, to learn from the Japanese energy experience. Representing Sri Lanka, IPS Research Economist, Chatura Rodrigo made a presentation on “South Asia’s Energy Supply: Challenges and Opportunities”.
The conference brought together experts on the subject, researchers, scholars, members of academia and policy-makers in a common platform to further opportunities. It also opened up avenues for exchange of implementable ideas and can play a commendable role in undertaking regional projects and increasing policy level prioritisation of the issue among policy makers and practitioners.
South Asia’s Energy Supply: Challenges and Opportunities
Chatura Rodrigo, Research Economist, IPS