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Cheaper solar power gains ground in southeast Asia
by Koustav Samanta and Roslan Khasawneh
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31 October 2019
On 31 October 2019 Reuters reported:
Southeast Asia is accelerating plans to harness energy from the sun in coming years as the cost of generating electricity from some solar power projects has become more affordable than gas-fired plants, officials and analysts said. Vietnam leads the pack with a cumulative solar PV installation of 5.5 GW by this year, or 44 percent of the total capacity in the region, said Rishab Shrestha, Woodmac's power and renewables analyst.
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