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Alleviation of Poverty through Local Energy
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Biofuels RTD Assessment for Latin America
Brazil Rural Energy Enterprises
Capacity Development for the CDM
Capacity Enhancement and Mobilisation for Energy
Carbon Finance for Sustainable Energy
Climate Policy Frameworks Beyond 2012
Climate Screening
Commercialization of RE in ASEAN
Credit for Solar Energy in Indonesia
Development and Climate
Development and Energy in Africa
Economics of GHG Limitations
EE Financial Intermediation Mechanisms
Energy Planning in Burkina Faso
Energy Policymaking in the Caribbean
Energy pricing and sustainability
Evaluation of liability provisions
Financing Indian Solar Home Systems
Financing Renewables in the Philippines
Global Overlays for Transport Sector
Green IPP Network in ASEAN
Improving Impacts of Rural Electrification
Mitigation analysis in South Africa
National Communications Support
Network for Sustainable Energy in Isolated Locations
Network for Sustainable Transport in LAC
Overcoming Barriers to RETs in India
Participation in IPCC activities
Planning and Strategies for CDM
Poverty Alleviation through Clean Energy in Africa
Power Reform & Sustainable Development
Power Sector Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa
Promoting Investments in EE and RETs
RE Financing in the Mediterranean
RE Rural Electrification in Cambodia
Removal of Barriers to RETs in Africa
Renewable energy in Pacific Islands
Stimulating EU-Indochina RE Projects
Strategy for  RETs in South Africa
Sustainable Energy Advisory Facility
Sustainable Energy Advisory Facility in LAC
Sustainable Urban Transportation
Technical support for NAPA
Wind Energy Development in ASEAN
Wind Energy in the 21st Century
Wind Power Projects in the CDM


Stimulating EU-Indochina New and Renewable Energy Projects

The project aimed to promote clean, renewable and economical energy power supplies by encouraging the private sector and financial institutions of Europe and Indochina to cooperate in developing clean energy projects. The project also aimed to improve and increase opportunities to transfer European technology and know-how.

The project was a partnership between URC, the Regional Institute of Environmental Technology (RIET) of Singapore and various European partners. Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar and Vietnam participated in the project.

Activities included:

  • Researching market demand, project opportunities and other direct information for Indochina’s sustainable energy resources.
  •  Establishing a network in Europe and Indochina to identify and attract the most relevant sustainable energy investors from across Europe.
  • Profiling European and Indochina participants and compiling this information into a participant’s catalogue.
  • Conducting two-day business meetings in Hanoi, Vietnam, that include a half-day seminar to discuss key information on market opportunities, financing schemes, policy and legal information, and European experience with sustainable energy projects.


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