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Regional cooperation needed for Asia's clean energy transition

Joint efforts can ease the path for painful reforms

| Southeast Asia
Workers install solar panels at a construction site in Zhangye, China: The clean energy revolution is not going to be as simple as just installing more panels.   © FeatureChina/AP

Muyi Yang is senior Asia electricity policy analyst for Ember, an energy think tank based in London.

Asia's electricity sector has been in the throes of a clean energy revolution over the last decade, driven by technological advancement and the desire to secure green jobs and economic growth.

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