Pollution in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s most populous nation. Photo: AFP

Asia’s next clean energy battle isn’t in China or India. It’s in Indonesia

  • Indonesia’s electricity needs are projected to double in the next 10 years, driven by massive demographic changes in the workforce
  • Without prompt action, its reliance on fossil fuels threatens to offset the region’s positive growth towards renewables
Topic |   Environment
Pollution in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s most populous nation. Photo: AFP
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