Powering prosperity for sustainable growth in Southeast Asia


The Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership helps countries in the region transition from using fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy to advance climate action.

Latest Updates

14 Jul 2021

UK convenes key ministers to unlock investment for energy transition ahead of COP26

Read More arrow
UK convenes key ministers to unlock investment for energy transition ahead of COP26
Latest Updates

1 Jul 2021

Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (SEA ETP)

Read More arrow
Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (SEA ETP)
Latest Updates

1 Jun 2021

Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (SEA ETP)

Read More arrow
Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (SEA ETP)
Latest Updates

20 Mar 2021

Accelerating an energy transition in Southeast Asia

Read More arrow
Accelerating an energy transition in Southeast Asia
Latest Updates

30 Nov 2020

Nations and philanthropies unite to launch the Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership

Read More arrow
Nations and philanthropies unite to launch the Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership

Our Funders

hightide
Ikea2
CIFF
Canada
BEIS
BMU
AFD

Inside ETP

Why a new Partnership in the region?

Southeast Asia’s economic growth has generated new opportunities, raised the standard of living for many across the region, and dramatically reduced poverty. However, this has come at a high cost, as the growth was largely fueled by a significant increase in the use of fossil fuels, and led to steeply rising greenhouse gas emissions, persistent environmental pollution, local health risks and exacerbated climate vulnerabilities worldwide.

With the energy demand forecasted to double by 2035, Southeast Asia needs to rapidly ramp up private and public investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency to ensure a clean and healthy future for the region and the world.

Why a new Partnership in the region?

Our Aim

ETP makes bolder efforts to achieve the Paris Climate Goals

ETP works in partnership with the region’s energy champions and institutions to promote urgency and bold measures to step up transition measures.

Our Key Stakeholders

Seacef
Case
ACEF
ANU
Ateneo
BAPPENAS LOGO BARU
castlerock consulting
VIET
ERC
PLN
PEMC
Seal of the Department of Energy (Philippines)
VNEEC

What We Do

Pursuing energy transition

Across Southeast Asia, at the regional, national and local levels, ETP ambitiously pursues energy transition. We engage private and public partners to drive change at policy, fiscal and technology level. We expand financing for investment in renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable resilient infrastructures to deliver joint action in the following areas:

Strengthening renewable energy policies through an enabling environment

We provide high level technical advisory support to improve renewable energy and energy efficiency policies, regulations and laws. We work towards aligning energy policy targets
with climate action commitments.

Increasing smart investments in renewable energy

We aim to unlock large-scale renewable energy investments by national and international financial institutions, while increasing de-risking of projects and making them bankable. ETP aspires to introduce innovative financing models to leverage private capital through the region’s sovereign wealth funds.

Expanding sustainable and resilient infrastructures through planning and operation

We deliver sustainable and resilient infrastructures as a key to climate adaptation and mitigation measures. We provide technical solutions to expand smart grids, enable evidencebased planning for national grid systems, and provide capacity building for grid operators.

Knowledge, skills and capacity development

We developed a comprehensive platform to foster knowledge accessible to market leaders, early innovators and other relevant stakeholders. We build technical and technology expertise through education programmes. In partnership with local institutions, we establish state-of-the-art centres of excellence on energy efficiency testing, grid flexibility and integration and energy transition policy modelling.

How we do

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum at eros quam. Donec ultrices vulputate magna sit amet suscipit. Nullam varius nibh vel semper iaculis. Phasellus eu nibh nec nisl cursus bibendum. Quisque euismod dolor ante, nec congue leo consectetur at. Aenean id nibh nec odio lobortis venenatis eu non ligula. Aliquam ullamcorper odio ut consequat bibendum. Proin vulputate pulvinar eros, quis vestibulum purus imperdiet a.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum at eros quam. Donec ultrices vulputate magna sit amet suscipit. Nullam varius nibh vel semper iaculis. Phasellus eu nibh nec nisl cursus bibendum. Quisque euismod dolor ante, nec congue leo consectetur at. Aenean id nibh nec odio lobortis venenatis eu non ligula. Aliquam ullamcorper odio ut consequat bibendum. Proin vulputate pulvinar eros, quis vestibulum purus imperdiet a.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum at eros quam. Donec ultrices vulputate magna sit amet suscipit. Nullam varius nibh vel semper iaculis. Phasellus eu nibh nec nisl cursus bibendum. Quisque euismod dolor ante, nec congue leo consectetur at. Aenean id nibh nec odio lobortis venenatis eu non ligula. Aliquam ullamcorper odio ut consequat bibendum. Proin vulputate pulvinar eros, quis vestibulum purus imperdiet a.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum at eros quam. Donec ultrices vulputate magna sit amet suscipit. Nullam varius nibh vel semper iaculis. Phasellus eu nibh nec nisl cursus bibendum. Quisque euismod dolor ante, nec congue leo consectetur at. Aenean id nibh nec odio lobortis venenatis eu non ligula. Aliquam ullamcorper odio ut consequat bibendum. Proin vulputate pulvinar eros, quis vestibulum purus imperdiet a.

High-level technical advisory support

High-level technical advisory support

On policy, regulatory, financial and infrastructure improvements needed to increase the deployment of renewable and energy efficiency.

Capacity and skills development

Capacity and skills development

Cover for both financing and technical needs. This will be achieved through coordination between ETP technical assistance and capital investment programmes financed by ETP members.

Provision of a holistic support to governments

Provision of a holistic support to governments

Directed towards improving each country’s human capital. Direct beneficiaries of these services will be representatives of governments, utilities, financial institutions, project developers, industries and service providers, think tanks, academia and other relevant stakeholders.

Facilitating dialogue

Facilitating dialogue

Between the business sector and governments to find common solutions for rapidly and viably scaling up renewable energy and energy efficiency projects and infrastructures. ETP will also support dialogue and actions by all relevant stakeholders to promote and enact a just and equitable energy transition.

Knowledge library

Why a new Partnership in the region?

View all resources Arrow
ASEAN Outlook For Zero Carbon Energy
ASEAN Outlook For Zero Carbon Energy
Read more Arrow
ASEAN Outlook For Zero Carbon Energy
ASEAN Outlook For Zero Carbon Energy
Read more Arrow
test doc
test doc
Read more Arrow
Study on the Financial Implications of the Early Retirement of Coal-fired Power Plants in Indonesia
Study on the Financial Implications of the Early Retirement of Coal-fired Power Plants in Indonesia
Read more Arrow