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The benefits of cross-border renewable energy trading in South Asia

Large-scale, cross-border ‘green grids’ have the potential to meet growing energy demand and improve energy access and energy security across South Asia. Simon Trace looks at the particular advantages and challenges of linking resources between India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal.

Article details

EW Jul Aug 2021 pp16-17 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Region: South East Asia

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Renewables - Trading - Grid transmission -

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