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Why Southeast Asia will be critical to the energy transition

Southeast Asian nations' successful transition away from fossil fuels will be critical to the world meeting climate targets Image: Florian Wehde for Unsplash

Roberto Bocca

Head of Shaping the Future of Energy and Materials; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Harsh Vijay Singh

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

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