Initiative: Asia Utilities Engagement Program

The Asia Utilities Engagement Program addresses Asia’s systematically important electric utilities to increase the effectiveness of climate engagement with a common agenda.

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AIGCC’s 2023 Year in Review

Report | Asia Investor Group on Climate Change | February 2024

For our 2023 Year in Review, we detail our progress on our work and programs under AIGCC and our key strategic pillars – investor practice, policy advocacy, and corporate engagement, as well as a closer look at select markets – Japan, China, and South Korea.

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Asian Utilities Engagement Program: Year 2 Progress Update

Report | Asia Investor Group on Climate Change | 10 August 2023

Investors’ $12 trillion Asian Utilities Engagement Program sees progress on coal phase out and expansion of renewable energy commitments Program’s second year also sees support for improving climate governance and decarbonisation strategies in the focus energy companies.


Net Zero Engagement In Asia: A guide to shareholder climate resolutions

Guide | Asia Investor Group on Climate Change & Client Earth | November 2022

With the growing urgency of climate change, corporate engagement on climate in Asia, once considered a novelty,has transformed in the last five years into a new but widely accepted form of stewardship. Opportunities have increased for investors to demonstrate their role as good stewards of their assets. International collaborations, such


Asian Utilities Engagement Program 21-22 Progress Report

Report | Asia Investor Group on Climate Change | July 2022

At AUEP’s one-year mark, three additional investors were joining the program, taking the combined assets under management or advice by the participating investors to $US 10 trillion. Two new focus companies have been added: PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero) (PLN) and Huaneng Power International. Indonesia will be an important focus

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Asian Utilities Engagement Program investors welcome climate and energy transition commitments from CLP Group

24 September 2021

Investors engaging with CLP Group on climate change through the Asian Utilities Engagement Program have welcomed the company’s commitments to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and phasing out its coal power fleet by 2040.

New investor-led engagement program to drive net zero emissions transition in Asian electric utilities

7 June 2021

A new program backed by 13 institutional investors and stewardship service providers, responsible for $8.8 trillion in assets under management or advice, has been launched to engage Asia’s systemically important electric utilities on cutting emissions, strengthening disclosure and improving governance of climate-related risks.