South and Southeast Asia power demand continues to grow at a fast pace, with an expected 60% increase in per capita demand by 2030. The interplay among the three key drivers—affordability, sustainability, and reliability—will determine the fuel mix in these regions. How do government policies support renewable energy development in the region? What will be the impact of the expected decline in indigenous gas production on the power generation mix? How will environmental concerns and financing shape the development of new coal-fired generation projects? What role will coal, gas, and renewables play in meeting South and Southeast Asia’s power?