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Planning for an energy future: Asia at a fork in the road

The challenge is to set up an energy portfolio based on future costs, as infrastructure lasts decades.

A solar power plant by Superblock, South-east Asia's biggest producer of solar power in Thailand. Such solar PV (photo voltaic) systems are considered costly in Asia, relative to the rest of the world.

TEN years have passed since the first Singapore International Energy Week. In that time, the world's energy landscape has undergone a dramatic transformation, spurred by an unprecedented expansion in renewables.

Globally, new power-generating capacity from renewables has outstripped those...

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