What will the power generation fuel mix for Southeast Asia look like by 2030?

An Enlit Video Interview

By the end of 2019, around 90% of the power generated in the region came from conventional sources (coal, gas and hydro), while renewables contributed to less than 10%, according to IHS. The firm believes that Southeast Asia’s growth story will continue along this trajectory over the next decade. To fuel power-demand growth, independent power producers have focused on gas-fired power and renewables. Learn more about the region’s optimal power mix by watching the video below.

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