Financing the region’s renewable power grid

Wind turbines are seen in Finedon, Britain, on Mar 30, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - While the sight of wind farms by the coast and rows of solar panels floating across a reservoir may have become familiar in the region, what escapes attention are the cables that connect the electricity generated from these projects to households. 

Indeed, energy analysts told The Sunday Times that the upgrading of grid infrastructure in South-east Asia to integrate the increasing use of renewable energy still remains an overlooked area.

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