Power Sector Implementation of a Country Coal-to-Clean Transition: Charting a Path to a Clean, Prosperous, and Reliable Power System in Southeast Asia

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The past few years have seen significant momentum for the coal-to-clean transition with several emissions, coal phaseout, and financing commitments. Major coal-dependent countries, including South Africa, Indonesia, and Vietnam, have agreed to Just Energy Transition Partnerships (JETPs) that aim to transform and decarbonize multiple sectors of their economies.

However, the hard work to design and implement this transition now begins — a monumental task that must balance supporting ambitious climate action with robust economic growth. And thus, the speed and success of such a multi-faceted transition will rest on balancing and achieving several outcomes together.

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