How Power Shapes Energy Transitions in Southeast Asia: A Complex Governance Challenge
Focuses on sustainable energy governance in the Philippines and Indonesia. Introduces the politics of renewal energy development, major trends in development cooperation, key challenges and drivers to promote sustainable energy, energy transition in Southeast Asia and a power-based multi-level governance. Examines the power relation in coherent with renewal energy technology dissemination and low-carbon development in emerging economies. Gives a cross-country analysis on the Philippines and Indonesia in terms of energy situation, sociopolitical framework, renewal energy governance, and synthesis. Summarizes that political factors, complexity of governance structure, central-local relations, and fragmentation of power effect renewal the energy development.