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Southeast Asia's energy majors pivot sharply to green power
by Yohei Muramatsu, Jun Suzuki, and Yuji Ohira, Nikkei staff writers
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15 April 2019
On 15 April 2019 Nikkei Asian Review reported:
Southeast Asian energy companies, long dependent on fossil fuels, are rapidly turning to renewable energy to answer the mounting demand for electricity in the fast-developing region. The type of principal renewable energy source differs by country. Like Indonesia, the Philippines is home to many active volcanoes, and the two nations each produce nearly 2 million kW in geothermal power. Thailand is the region's solar energy leader, with 2.7 million kW worth of solar generators in operation in 2017. The output has increased 84-fold since 2007. Malaysian state-backed utility Tenaga Nasional is investing in solar power.
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