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Commentary: Bringing electricity to all corners of Southeast Asia
2017/12/20
19 December 2017
Grid extensions have formed the bulk of new electricity connections in East Java
 
This commentary draws from the Southeast Asia Energy Outlook 2017, a WEO Special Report, published in October.
 
Providing electricity access for all remains a critical topic in many parts of the developing world. The challenge is especially acute in Southeast Asia, one of the most dynamic regions of the global energy system, but whose rich and varied environment defies one-size-fits-all energy solutions.
 
Thanks to growing economies and burgeoning and urbanising middle classes, energy demand in Southeast Asia grows at one of the fastest rates in the world. Still, around 65 million people across the ten Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries are without access to electricity. In a recent special report on the region, we looked in detail at how to close this gap.
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