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SIPET Newsletter June 2023

This June edition of the Southeast Asia Information Platform for the Energy Transition (SIPET) Highlights, our SIPET community newsletter, features publications highlighting the role of renewables in clean energy transition.

04 Mar 2024
US-funded project to boost Vietnam’s renewable energy development

The Vietnam Low Emission Energy Programme II (V-LEEP II), which is worth US$36 million and funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), was kicked off in Hà Nội late last week.  



14 Sep 2022 | Viet Nam News
Energy Transition Renewables
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