The way forward for Asean’s clean energy transition

More collaboration is key if Asean members are to make a success of the transition to renewables while maintaining energy resilience.

Sembcorp’s power plant in Myanmar, with solar energy panels and technology to maximise power output while minimising greenhouse gas emissions. PHOTO: SEMBCORP

In the global transition to clean energy, it is welcome news that Asean countries are also planning to go big on renewables, with solar and wind projects leading the way.

A quick snapshot of where it stands:

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