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Wind Energy Development in the ASEAN Region

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The aim of the project was to promote grid-connected wind energy projects in Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Activities comprise feasibility assessment and capacity building.

The feasibility component comprised 4 case studies in the Philippines and Vietnam. The studies included wind resource assessment, power system analysis and grid connection study; policy, institutional and market studies; technical feasibility, economic and financial studies, CDM assessment, financial and contractual framework for implementation, and information dissemination.

The capacity building component comprised training and workshops, run in parallel with the feasibility assessment . Activities in Cambodia were limited to capacity building.

The Project was co-financed by the EC-ASEAN Energy Facility, and implemented by Risoe National Laboratory (Denmark), Innovation Energie Developpement (France), Mercapto Consult (Denmark), Philippine National Oil Company, Energy Development Corporation (Philippines), Institute of Energy (Vietnam) and Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy (Cambodia).

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For further information contact:    Jyoti Painuly, jypa@dtu.dk


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