Southeast Asia is one of the most vibrant and fastest growing economic regions in the world, with energy demand having increased more than 80 percent over the past two decades – with no signs of slowing down. Despite a strong endowment of renewable energy potential, the region remains heavily dependent on fossil resources.
During this moderated roundtable experts from the region, including Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, presented and discussed key challenges and barriers currently hampering energy transitions in Southeast Asia. They also shared ideas for how to shape them more socially, economically and environmentally friendly.
The 1.5-hour online event was held in English.
The detailed agenda can be found in the download section below.
The presentations can be found in the download section below.
Unfortunately there were technical problems during the recording. We are currently trying to solve them in order to put the recording online as soon as possible.
This initiative was organised by “CASE” (Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia), a programme funded by the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), aligned to the Southeast Asia aligned to the Energy Transition Partnership (ETP).