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Youth for Energy Southeast Asia (Y4E-SEA) and AYO Research Center (AYO Recent) and have signed an MoU to collaborate on a joint research project, titled Project Clean Future. The theme of the research is “assessing ASEAN’s readiness for a clean energy transition”. The Research focuses on knowledge gaps, awareness, investment landscape and gender disparities in work opportunities, and the profile of existing clean energy jobs.


The research will encompass a multidimensional approach by engaging relevant stakeholders and conducting in-depth analyses to capture a holistic view of ASEAN’s readiness for the clean energy transition: surveys and data collection, Identify challenges and gaps, and develop policy recommendation and action toolkits. The outcome of the research will be captured in a comprehensive research report will be jointly prepared by the two organizations and will be published on our website(s) in December 2023.


The project has secured a 30-minute presentation slot at the SDG7 Pavilion at UNFCCC COP28 in Dubai. The research findings will also be presented at relevant conferences and platforms to engage with a wider audience and be made available to policymakers, researchers, and stakeholders in the energy sector on our website(s).

The survey of the joint research has been launched. Please around 2 minutes to share your insights and perspectives that could be beneficial for us to access the ongoing gap among ASEAN youth about sustainable energy transition. Survey deadline has been extended  to 5th November 2023!


Link to survey in English version:


Link to survey in Thai version:

Link to survey in Bahasa Indonesia version:

Link to survey in Tagalog version:


Link to survey in Cambodian version:

Link to survey in Lao version: 

Link to survey in Myanmar version: 

About our Partners: AYO Recent is an affiliate of ASEAN Youth Organization (AYO). AYO Recent conducts independent research in the domain of International law, Economy and Trade, Human Rights, International Relations and Security, Urban Development, Education, and the Environment. To know more about their work please visit:

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