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Japan must play major role in decarbonizing Asia

Tokyo's tech can help other countries go green without sacrificing growth

Smoke and steam billow from a coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power in Suralaya, Banten province, Indonesia.   © Reuters

On March 4, Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will gather cabinet-level officials from Southeast Asia and Australia to hold the first ministerial meeting of the Asia Zero Emissions Community.

Through broad-based cooperation across Asia, AZEC seeks to accelerate energy transition among its member countries.

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