Continuing Energy Transition Efforts towards COP26

22 October 2021

Key Points

  • Several AMS have decided to update their NDCs before COP26.
  • Southeast Asia is projected to remain dependent on fossil fuels over the next several decades. However, its reliance on coal in the coming years will drop sharply in favour of LNG.
  • In order to make its use of coal as clean as possible, the AMS are planning to adopt as many clean coal technologies (CCTs), such as CCUS as feasible.
  • Floating solar photovoltaics (PV) have emerged in the region as an innovative way to reduce GHG emissions.
  • Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has the potential to be a game-changing green fuel.



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Shahnaz Nur Firdausi, Annisa Sekar Larasati, Raisha Verniastika, Gabriella Ienanto, Zulfikar Yurnaidi, and Beni Suryadi

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