Renewable energy in Southeast Asia: unlocking opportunities in a world on lockdown
Despite heavy historical reliance on coal, Southeast Asia is in the middle of a transition to renewable energy.
The countries in the region feature a variety of regulatory regimes, power market structures, resources (both renewable and conventional), local priorities, and risks.
But as one of the fastest-growing regions in the world, the overall outlook for renewables is undeniably bright – if you know where to look.
In a webinar on Thursday 16th April, we explored the current opportunities and challenges for renewable energy in the Southeast Asia region, and considered known or anticipated support/procurement programs, comparative economics, and regulatory and contractual considerations. We also had an overview of the key risks to consider in transactions.
The recording and slide pack are available below.