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Can Southeast Asia keep up with growing energy demand?

Southeast Asia's demand for electricity is among the fastest growing in the world. Image: REUTERS/Laurence SiMeng Tan


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Southeast Asia has a burgeoning need for energy that is mainly being met by fossil fuels. Image: IEA
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