Clean Energy Investment Accelerator (CEIA) Southeast Asia – Thúc đẩy đầu tư năng lượng sạch tại Đông Nam Á

CEIA PROGRESS ACROSS SOUTHEAST ASIA

PHILIPPINES

  • CEIA led a deep-dive training workshop in November with the Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (PHILRECA) entitled “Mobilizing Electric Cooperatives’ (ECs) Investment in Renewable Energy,” where CEIA trainers shared resources and tools like CEIA’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Calculator to help ECs develop plans to comply with the Philippines’ new on-grid RPS. 66 participants from 26 ECs joined the workshop, and all participants confirmed they gained confidence responding to the RPS by joining the workshop. Collectively, these ECs represent more than 3.7 million megawatt-hours of annual electricity demand, which is expected to mobilize 415 megawatts of new renewable energy capacity by 2030.
  • To promote broader replication of key learnings from our Philippines work, the CEIA team presented at the Unlocking Solar Capital: Asia Summit held during the Asia Clean Energy Summit in Singapore in October. The event brought together relevant solar and finance executives to discuss promoting bankable solar projects in Southeast Asia. Presenting alongside regional industry leaders like Sunseap, Sembcorp, and Sindicatum Renewable Energy, CEIA provided a comprehensive overview of corporate renewables procurement in Asia, with a focus on the Philippines.
      • As part of the second Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) partners meeting convened by the Philippine Climate Change Commission in November, CEIA expressed support in contributing to the Philippines’ “NDC Partnership Plan” to advance the government’s commitment to the Paris Agreement. In this regard, CEIA will continue its efforts to build the capacity of relevant national agencies to formulate bankable climate mitigation projects and access climate finance and investments, as well as strengthen resilience of critical infrastructure through clean energy solutions.

VIETNAM

  • CEIA led its sixth Renewable Energy Buyers Vietnam Working Group in December, bringing together 100 market participants involved in Vietnam’s corporate renewable energy market, ranging from multinational companies seeking to procure clean energy, to project developers and investors. Key topics included the Direct Power Purchase Agreement (DPPA) pilot program and the role of Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs) in Vietnam. Presentations can be accessed here.

  • CEIA formalized a technical assistance scope of work with outdoor apparel company Arc’teryx to support five of its supply chain manufacturing partners by assessing the feasibility of rooftop solar solutions at relevant factories and facilitating an aggregated competitive procurement process to reach economies of scale, reduce prices, and improve contractual terms.
      • CEIA Vietnam welcomed new team member Dr. Hang Dao in December. Dr. Hang, who holds a Ph.D. in Sustainable Energy Systems and Technologies, will play a leading role in engaging commercial and industrial energy users in Vietnam and providing clean energy procurement technical assistance on behalf of CEIA. She is based in Ho Chi Minh City.

INDONESIA

      • In November, CEIA led a virtual training event focused on Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) as part of its efforts to build capacity with PLN, Indonesia’s primary national utility. The webinar featured presentations from NREL technical experts and the CEIA Indonesia team in Jakarta. Through this training, PLN gained a better understanding of the key considerations involved in setting up a REC system in Indonesia.
        • CEIA Indonesia formalized collaboration with PLN through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which was marked by an MoU signing event in January, attended by PLN’s Vice Executive Director, Mr. Darmawan Parsodjo. The event was also attended by corporate buyers, market stakeholders, non-profit organizations, and members of the press who reported on the event in multiple media outlets, including the Jakarta Post. The MoU establishes a foundation for CEIA to partner with PLN to explore strengthened green utility products and new tracking systems, including Renewable Energy Certificates.

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