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How to power a bright future for ASEAN

Primary energy demand in the ASEAN region will increase by more than two thirds by 2040 Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su/File

Philip Andrews-Speed

Harsh Vijay Singh

Project Lead, System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Energy, World Economic Forum Geneva

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Figure 1: Energy Transition Index, rankings for ASEAN Member States and major economies

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