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AGEP Newsletter – January 2022

The New Year is a time for looking back and for looking forward. The ASEAN-German Energy Programme (AGEP) Phase II also has a resolution we intend to keep: we promise to continue to collect stories related to ASEAN-German energy cooperation and to keep you, our dear readers, informed about energy transition movements in the region.

22 Aug 2022 | ASEAN Centre for Energy
Renewables Carbon & Renewable Energy Climate Change Energy Environment Policies and Practice
AGEP Newsletter – August 2022

Our last updates in this issue include Focus Group Discussion (FGD) report on Biogas Study Development, the ASEAN Energy Outlook 7’s Country Visit & Workshop II and ASEAN Centre for Energy’s training on effective report writing. We also share the report on capacity-building training on data modelling and Focus Group Discussion on RE Financing. Furthermore, we are delighted to share updates on AGEP’s participation in the energy-climate nexus, gender, and energy policy workshop on 22 March 2022.

22 Aug 2022 | ASEAN Centre for Energy
Renewables Clean Technology Energy Environment Policies and Practice
Article: WWF-Philippines’ FInRE-BXU Program a Good Example of Local Government Participation in Energy Planning

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines, together with the LGU of Butuan participated in a virtual forum on Republic Act 11285, or Energy Efficiency and Conservation Law for Mindanao LGUs. The forum was hosted by the Department of Energy (DOE), the European Union-supported Access to Sustainable Energy Programme (EU-ASEP), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and the ASEP Clean Energy Living Laboratories (ASEP-CELLS). 

The forum is the latest milestone in WWF-Philippines’ Financing and Integrating Renewable Energy in Butuan City (FiNRE-BXU) project. The project is a bottom-up, top-down planning process that looks to address Butuan’s energy gaps. To do this, WWF-Philippines has been training local stakeholders, integrating indigenous resources, and engaging financing institutions and energy developers to pursue clean, sustainable energy projects.

 

18 Aug 2022 | World Wide Fund Philippines
Renewables Carbon & Renewable Energy