The Role of Green Energy on Reducing the Carbon Emission in ASEAN Countries

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Waseem Yousaf
Muhammad Sajjad Hussain
Anam Aziz


Recently, carbon (CO2) emissions have become a global problem that needs attention from researchers and regulators. Therefore, the current study examines the impact of green energy on CO2 emissions in ASEAN countries. The current study has used energy import as the control variable. The present research has used secondary data collected from “world development indicators” (WDI) from 2001 to 2018. The current article has used the fixed-effect model (FEM) to test the linkage among constructs. The results revealed that green energy and energy import are negatively associated with CO2 emission. The study provides help to the policymakers while formulating policies related to controlling CO2 emissions.

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Yousaf, W. ., Hussain, M. S., & Aziz, A. . (2021). The Role of Green Energy on Reducing the Carbon Emission in ASEAN Countries. IRASD Journal of Energy & Environment, 2(1), 34–39.
Author Biographies

Waseem Yousaf, Minhaj University, Lahore, Pakistan


Muhammad Sajjad Hussain

Deparment of Management Sciences, The Superior College, Lahore Pakistan

Anam Aziz, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur Pakistan

Ph.D. Scholar, Department of Economics