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EREN in southeast asia


Over the past decades, Southeast Asia has experienced swift economic growth, boosting energy demand, hasty urbanization leading to growing environmental pressures and heavy reliance on costly fossil fuels and polluting traditional biomass. The development of renewable energy appeared as a logical solution in a region naturally well-endowed with wind and solar resources and with high density of potential customers.

In order to best capture challenges and opportunities specific to each country within the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations), EREN developed tailor-made country-based strategies for its renewable energy development activities in the region. To coordinate its activities as well as its different partnerships with local developers across the region, EREN opened its regional office, EREN Development Asia, in Singapore in 2015 and set up decentralized teams in several countries.

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