ETP established a tailored forum, Energy Transition Roundtable, which facilitates training and exchange of information, and establishes knowledge networks to develop leadership among the region's energy transition stakeholders. The Roundtable provides its participants with tools to navigate complex energy transition processes, while addressing the impediments and providing solutions to the most pressing energy transition issues.
This Project aims to contribute to the enhanced ambition of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regarding its energy transition objectives, renewable energy integration in the grid, and reduction of coal and fossil fuels in the region’s energy systems. The Project will generate important knowledge products and presentation material to enhance the confidence of the political decision-makers and the decision-making institutions in the energy sector decarbonization most importantly via establishing a viable, flexible, and digitized transmission network where renewable energy supply can be channeled to support the regional demand.
The project aims to de-risk renewable energy by developing an agenda for optimising market mechanisms to facilitate competitive renewable energy into the energy supply. This project will diagnose the current power purchasing systems in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, develop an understanding of the barriers, and through consultations draft an action agenda for adopting market mechanisms for the authorities to implement. DCAT foundational work to be succeeded by programs to implement market mechanisms.
The Just Coal Transition Forum will establish an open Forum bringing community representatives and donors together to dialogue on just and fair transition through blended resources and efforts to generate coordination outcomes.
ETP carried out a diagnostic of the region's energy efficiency policies, their implementation outcomes, challenges and opportunities. Under this project, ETP analyzed the ongoing energy efficiency initiatives and measured their success as well as the political economy conditions surrounding energy efficiency initiatives.
ETP is reviewing the current state and the use of the market mechanisms for renewable energy and energy efficiency services to accelerate energy transition and clean power integration. The diagnostic will assess to what extent dynamic market mechanisms are mainstreamed in the energy system, what and where are the barriers to optimizing market mechanisms, and - based on the international exposure - how the region's countries can make better use of market mechanisms to accelerate renewable energy.
Energy Market Mechanism Acceleration (EMMA)
Just Coal Transition Forum
Strategic Communications for Energy Transition
ASEAN Power Grid