“ASEAN Energy in 2022” is a study that provides key insights into Southeast Asia’s energy situation in 2022. The report was written by internal staff at the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE). The analysis was based on data and information collected from various reliable sources: official reports from the governments of the ten ASEAN Member States, the private sector and international organisations, as well as from discussions held during the annual ASEAN Energy Outlook Forum. These are all available from the ASEAN Energy Database System (AEDS).

The year 2022 is expected to be a turning point for the ASEAN Region in terms of its energy transition. The AMS’ updated NDCs are expected to bring more ambitious strategies. This is evident by the statement under the Glasgow Climate Pact and the Global Coal to Clean Power Transition Statement. In addition to this, the AMS also set their long-term strategies to reach net zero emissions, which are beyond their NDCs target.

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