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Electricity generation by type in Southeast Asia

The efforts by governments across Southeast Asia to rebalance the generation fuel mix and introduce more renewables achieve some success in the New Policies Scenario, with the share of renewables reaching 30% by 2040. Policy support for renewables, such as feed-in tariffs are widely adopted in the region. However, meeting rapidly-increasing electricity demand in a secure and sustainable way remains a considerable challenge for some countries, with regional electricity demand more than doubling to 2040.

Source: Southeast Asia Energy Outlook 2017

31 October 2017

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