RE-Talk ASEAN: Inside 1GW Solar Tender in Myanmar

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[Victoria Energy Minister] Roadmap towards Australia's Hydrogen Ambition

Renewable hydrogen is certainly the next big step development, and Victoria is seizing that opportunity." - Keynote by the Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio, Energy Minister, Victoria

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Top 30 Large-scale Solar Portfolios in Vietnam

Vietnam has experienced two major photovoltaic energy explosions in the past three years, which occurred during the implementation of the FiT project in 2019 and the development of rooftop solar energy in 2020. This has made Vietnam one of the fastest-growing countries/regions in the photovoltaic market and attracted the attention of countless domestic and foreign investors. By the end of 2020, the power generated by solar energy has reached 16,500MW, which boasted the highest record in Southeast Asia.

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Wind Projects Updates in Vietnam

There were a total of at least 71GW of wind power projects in different stages of development in Vietnam, which was more than five times the capacity in February last year. Among them, the capacity of offshore wind power is about 65.7GW, and onshore wind power is about 5.5GW.

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Hydrogen Market in APAC

Hydrogen as a clean and green energy resource has attracted extensive attention to hydrogen research and application worldwide. Recently, APAC’s countries, like Australia, Japan, Korea, China, have issued some new policies to support hydrogen development, and even some of those put the development of hydrogen energy at a strategic level. This report mainly introduces the development and prospect of hydrogen production, supply, application and also the potential relationship of supply and demand between APAC’s countries.

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[Myanmar MOEE] Existing & Future Grid Connected RE Sector in Electric...

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[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

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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.

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Corporate PPA Market in APAC

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.

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Japan wind Energy Market Analysis

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.

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RE-Talk ASEAN: Inside 1GW Solar Tender in Myanmar

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.

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