Julia Hung

Julia is the green power market researcher at Reccessary. She focuses on analyzing the market development of Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries’ renewable electricity and recommends viable green power purchase options for corporate sustainability. Julia also provides firsthand information of market trends on the trading methods and price of green electricity and renewable energy certificates through policy tracking and industry exchanges.
Contact me via julia.hung@reccessary.com
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From RE100 to CFE 24/7: Addressing challenges for corporates in achieving carbon-free energy in Asia

Prominent corporations like Microsoft and Google have committed to realizing Carbon-Free Energy (CFE) 24/7 for their offices and operations by 2030, setting a precedent for others to follow. 
June 28, 2024
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Why South Korean companies lag in RE100: Analyzing green energy challenges from mix, pricing, and procurement

The South Korean government has been called out on its less-than-ambitious renewable target and renewable energy development planning policies. This article aims to analyze the currently available corporate green power procurement options in the country.
May 27, 2024
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REM Asia 2024: Green power market status and recommended corporate strategy

The REM Asia commenced in Singapore on April 28. The conference provided a valuable opportunity for governments, businesses, and research institutes to gather and discuss the latest market and policy developments of renewable energy demand and supply.
May 13, 2024
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Strategies for Scope 2 decarbonization: RECs, PPA, VPPA, and more

What is the best way to decarbonize your power use in Southeast Asia? This article explains the 4 major power purchase mechanisms and their advantages and considerations.
April 15, 2024
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Tips in purchasing unbundled renewable energy certificates in Southeast Asia

Total issuance of I-RECs and TIGRs saw a 130% year-on-year growth last year in the region. There is little doubt that renewable energy certificates (RECs) are growing in popularity as a tool for scope 2 decarbonization in Southeast Asia.
March 22, 2024
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Malaysia's corporate green power trends: insights into recent procurement options

Malaysia is seeking foreign investments across high-end sectors including electric vehicles, carbon capture, and semiconductor. This article delves into the existing ways and prospective measures companies may consider as they enter Malaysia.
February 22, 2024
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What’s next for renewable energy market in Southeast Asia in 2024?

Southeast Asia stands at a critical juncture in its energy transition journey. As a region with diverse energy landscapes, it is grappling with the challenge of decarbonizing its power sector amid growing environmental and economic imperatives.
January 25, 2024
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