This research work was financially supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (Packard Foundation). All opinions highlighted in this report are those of South Pole Group's.
In a first phase, the South Pole Group supported the Packard Foundation by assessing policy, finance and market barriers to the deployment and development of clean energy (renewable energy (RE), energy efficiency (EE), energy storage and sustainable transport) across Southeast Asia (SEA), focusing on five target countries: Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The report (.ppt format) represent the outcome of this assessment.
The insights of this study are derived from a comprehensive synthesis of secondary research and on the results of 40 structured and open interviews with various clean energy project developers, public and private equity, debt and impact investors, international and domestic financial institutions, government representatives, policy experts and clean energy professionals across the region.
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