By [email protected] If we’re going to accelerate the global clean energy transition, we need to get smarter about how we deploy scarce climate finance overseas. Nowhere is a smarter approach needed than in one of the last frontiers for coal expansion: Southeast Asia.
Public dollars, stranded assets
One key reason why many Southeast Asian countries are still considering new coal is that they are, in many cases, some of the last countries on earth where clean energy is not yet dirt-cheap. That is changing with notable success stories in places like Vietnam. But adverse public policy and a lack of investment have conspired to
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