The Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (ETP) is a multi-donor partnership formed by governmental and philanthropic partners to accelerate sustainable energy transition in Southeast Asia in line with the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals.
We combine the best of the public and private sector with the UN to help mobilize and coordinate technical and financial resources to build the foundations for renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable resilient infrastructures.
We empower our partner countries – Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines to transition towards a sustainable energy system, generate economic growth and ensure energy security.
“This partnership is a forward-looking, agile platform to support Southeast Asia in its efforts to meet the rapidly growing need for energy, encourage the integration of renewable energy in the energy mix, and boost leadership in and financing for energy transition.”
Director, Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership
ETP strategy is focused on implementation for impact. It is our direction towards sustainable development and greener, healthier and equitable societies through energy transition.
Our overarching energy transition agenda is being implemented through multiple programmes supported by several international donors and partners providing assistance in the region, where ETP has a coordination role to facilitate a systematic approach to accelerate energy transition.
Over the period of 5 years, we will provide support through Technical Assistance programmes for advancing knowledge, skills and capacity, Aligned programmes for capital investment projects’ implementation capacity, and Civil Society activities for public participation.
Our main focus is increasing renewable energy and energy efficiency as well as deployment in the power sector and end-user sectors such as industry and transport.
We understand that energy transition requires a long-term systemic approach to address the complex issues of greenhouse gases and generate long-term positive socio-economic impact.
To bring about this change, ETP considers three scenarios of activities to achieve:
The anticipated impact of energy transition will result in a gradual reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and reduced air pollution, which in turn will create a healthier, greener and safer environment. Advancements in renewable energy are estimated to generate millions of jobs that will bring socio-economic benefits to its people and countries overall.