A clean-energy network of sub-sea cables spanning Japan to India is getting closer to reality as costs decline. Shutterstock Images
A clean-energy network of sub-sea cables spanning Japan to India is getting closer to reality as costs decline. Shutterstock Images

A clean-energy super grid across Asia is getting closer to reality with cheaper transmission lines

  • An industry network estimates it will cost US$77 billion to US$116 billion to build the grid, lower than past estimates
  • Lack of government coordination and infrastructure funding has hobbled past efforts to connect renewable energy sources in the region

Knowledge |   China and climate change
A clean-energy network of sub-sea cables spanning Japan to India is getting closer to reality as costs decline. Shutterstock Images
A clean-energy network of sub-sea cables spanning Japan to India is getting closer to reality as costs decline. Shutterstock Images
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