[Philippines DOE] The Bright Prospects of the Renewable Energy Landscape in the Philippines
Landscape: - A low carbon scenario: increase the share of RE, natural gas and other clean energy technologies in power generation - Current power generation percent: coal (over 41%), renewable energy (29%): the largest RE share in total energy supply among ASEAN, and natural gas (13.5%) - Gov target: 66% of RE energy (34,000MW capacity) by 2040 - National Renewable Energy Program 2020-2040 - Philippine Energy Plan (PEP) 2018-2040:
Additional capacity by 2014 under PEP - 71,817MW under the business as usual scenario - 75,325MW under clean energy scenario
RE-Talk ASEAN: Corporate Sourcing Reaching the Edge of Boom
As renewables become even more cost-competitive in the energy marketplace, energy management as well as economic and financial drivers, have helped increase corporates’ drive in pursing clean energy. However, concerning the acquisition of alternative energy supplies in most cases is an unfamiliar process for companies accustomed to relying on conventional wholesale or retail electricity, learning from pioneers to identify the right sourcing model should be prioritized.
In terms of CPPA opportunities in APAC, Australia has the most mature market among others. Additionally, the enormous potential is in Japan, where CPPAs will grow significantly in the coming years due to the phasing out of FIT scheme and increasing RE100 committments. In Southeast Asian countries, Vietnam is the only country that has a specific target of corporate PPAs, followed by the Philippines, who also announced a green energy option program (GEOP) for trading and supplying RE electricity.
In this paper will comprehensively and deeply analyze the 2020 Japanese wind market from multi-dimensional perspectives, including the latest information about country profile, electricity generation mix, policies and features in large-scale wind farms, Fixed-Bottom offshore wind and Floating offshore wind which will assist in understanding the Japanese wind market.
On May 18, 2020, the Ministry of Electricity and Energy of Myanmar (MoEE) issued an invitation for PV developers to submit prequalifying bids for the construction of several solar plants throughout the country, with a combined capacity of 1060 MW and capacity of 30-40MW per project. Prospective developers will have until June 18 to submit their proposals, only a month’s duration.
“WEBINAR: Deep Dive Japan Wind Industry” is an online live webinar platform to bring more Japan-focused business contents to our clients with much lower health risks, complementing the physical gathering of Japan Wind Energy 2020 (JWE).
“RE-Talk ASEAN” is an online live webinar platform to bring more SEA-focused business contents to our clients with much lower health risks, complementing the physical gathering of ASEAN Wind Energy (AWE) and Renewables Asset Management Vietnam (RAMV).
Put forth the target of 20% renewable generation by 2030, South Korea will have 15+GW to go to realize it. With the strong driving force, South Korea ranked world top in the in operation and under construction capacity of offshore wind in 2019 with the target to go 8.19 GW in around 5 years. Floating wind will be a hot spot. Meanwhile, onshore wind is also developing as scheduled smoothly with a more matured business model. Face such a huge market, it is time to be familiar with the policy and learn from experts with practical experience.
This paper will comprehensively and deeply analyze the 2020 Japanese solar PV market from multi-dimensional perspectives, including the latest country profile, electricity generation mix, policies and features in large-scale solar farms, residential rooftop PV, commercial and industrial PV, and the battery storage which will assist in understanding the Japanese solar market comprehensively.
RE-Talk ASEAN: Rebooting the Philippine RE Landscape
The Philippines, often described as the "Pearl of the Orient Seas", is an unique archipelagic state in Southeast Asia made up of more than 7,000 islands including 11 major islands. 2020 marks a reboot of the country's new 10-year National Renewable Energy Program along with core RE Policies propelling the trend forward. The questions are: what's new and how to get involved?
With a vast population of 260 million and over 6,000 inhabited islands, Indonesia harbors massive potential for solar developers. However, the progress has been sluggish so for with merely 106MW in stalled. Despite previous setbacks like failing FiT and BPP schemes, the country now seems earnest in wanting the sunshine by issuing a planned capacity boost to 6.6GW by 2025, a 6.4GW leapfrog.
The development of renewable energy in Indonesia has stalled in recent years, especially wind and solar PV power. By the end of 2018, cumulative installed solar and wind capacity in Indonesia just reached 136MW, which is at a relatively low level compared with other Southeast Asian countries.