Southeast Asia’s Clean Energy Transition
About the Volume
To bring clarity on these developments and their implications in Southeast Asia, the Pacific Forum commissioned several Southeast Asian scholars to write analytical papers on the energy transition that is underway in the region, which are compiled in this volume. Each chapter looks at the current and possible future energy landscape of a specific Southeast Asian country and focuses especially on the place and role of nuclear power in it. This “nuclear focus” is important because, for decades, most Southeast Asian countries have expressed on-and-off interest in nuclear power but never brought it online. Interest is now picking up again, especially for SMRs, so if this time one or several Southeast Asian countries successfully went nuclear, it would be a first.
It is good timing, therefore, to devote attention to how Southeast Asian countries are thinking about nuclear power in today’s context, for multiple reasons, including those related to safety, security, and safeguards.
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary | Carl Baker
Chapter 1 | Indonesia Power Sector | Elrika Hamdi
Chapter 2 | Malaysia Energy Landscape and Requirements 2022-2050 | Sabar Hashim
Chapter 3 | Myanmar’s Energy Landscape | Shwe Yee Oo
Chapter 4 | Re-Energizing the Philippines’ Nuclear Power Program: Opportunities and Challenges | Julius Cesar Trajanao
Chapter 5 | Singapore’s Energy Journey: Net-Zeo, New Perspectives, & Nuclear? | Denise Cheong & Victor Nian
Chapter 6 | Thailand’s Energy Landscape and the Potential Role and Place of Nuclear Technology | oongnyapong Wongsawaeng
Chapter 7 | Energy Landscape and Requirements of Vietnam | Nguyen Nhi Dien