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Indonesia and Vietnam aim to be solar power trailblazers

The two nations hope to join Thailand, which is now the top solar power developer in South-east Asia

An employee of PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara at a solar power generation plant in Gili Meno island, Indonesia. Indonesia and Vietnam aim to each have annual solar power capacity of at least 5 gigawatts from 2020, up from close to nothing now.


INDONESIA and Vietnam are looking to join Thailand in blazing a trail for solar power in South-east Asia, introducing targets to fire up a green energy generation as a landmark global agreement to curb pollution is set to take effect.

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