Renewable energy in Southeast Asia: unlocking opportunities in a world on lockdown
Despite heavy historical reliance on coal, Southeast Asia is in the middle of a transition to renewable energy.
The countries in the region feature a variety of regulatory regimes, power market structures, resources (both renewable and conventional), local priorities, and risks.
But as one of the fastest-growing regions in the world, the overall outlook for renewables is undeniably bright – if you know where to look.
In a webinar on Thursday 16th April, we explored the current opportunities and challenges for renewable energy in the Southeast Asia region, and considered known or anticipated support/procurement programs, comparative economics, and regulatory and contractual considerations. We also had an overview of the key risks to consider in transactions.
The slide pack and recording are available in our Insights - exclusive to AIM report clients.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Matthew Heling.