How a systems-scale approach can solve Myanmar’s electrification woes and more

Myanmar is perhaps the most endowed country in terms of hydropower potential in all of Southeast Asia yet only a third of the country's population have access to electricity. The Nature Conservancy's Jeff Opperman shares how a systems-scale approach can solve Myanmar's electrification woes — and much more.

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  • Lean Alfred Santos

    Lean Alfred Santos is a former Devex development reporter focusing on the development community in Asia-Pacific, including major players such as the Asian Development Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. He previously covered Philippine and international business and economic news, sports and politics.