Coal will power Cambodia in the wrong direction

Across Southeast Asia, governments continue to view coal as a reliable and inexpensive energy source, despite the rapidly falling costs of renewable power and the growing number of companies making vocal commitments to meeting all their demand with it. These companies are clear about what governments need to do to help them maintain and grow their businesses: no more coal in national energy grids, better support for renewables, and long-term strategy on fields such as electric transport, energy efficiency and ecosystem protection.

H&M Group has been at the forefront of these calls in Cambodia, working closely with leading companies across industry and Cambodian government ministries, among others. We want to ensure that fossil-free energy production is at the centre of discussions around future business growth.

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Peter Ford