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Quad should seize chance to boost Indo-Pacific clean energy

Challenging China's dominance will not be easy

| Australia
A solar cell production line in Baddi, in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh: India is emerging as a low-cost, large-scale rival to China in clean energy manufacturing.   © Reuters

James Bowen is a policy fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre. He is the author of the new report "Reenergising Indo-Pacific relations: Australia's clean energy opportunity" from the Perth USAsia Centre and Australia's Climate Council.

A major gathering of political leaders and energy experts from across the Indo-Pacific in Sydney tomorrow underscores how ensuring a successful transition from fossil fuels to clean energy systems has become a regional priority.

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