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ASEAN SHINE, the Best and Effective Platform for EE Initiative in ASEAN, is a public-private partnership between the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and the International Copper Association (ICA). It is in direct support of the United for Efficiency (U4E) Initiative which is a global effort supporting developing countries and emerging economies to move their markets to energy efficient appliances and equipment under the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) energy efficiency goal.
The project aims to support Vietnam in its implementation of a national policy roadmap for air conditioners. Through the Lower Mekong Initiative and the ASEAN Standardization Harmonization Initiative for Efficiency (SHINE) program, this project will build on the existing ASEAN Regional Policy Roadmap and the Vietnam National Roadmap by assisting Vietnam in implementing higher minimum energy performance standards for air conditioning and encouraging enforcement of those standards.
The objective of the Energy Efficiency for Industrial Enterprises (VEEIE) for Vietnam is to improve energy efficiency in Vietnam's industrial sector. The project has 2 components.
(1) Energy Efficiency Investment Lending component consists of an Energy Efficiency lending program. An Operational Manual (OM) was developed, which outlines selection criteria for sub-borrowers and subprojects, appraisal procedures, roles, and responsibilities of the Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) and the government, the PFIs’ internal institutional arrangement for project implementation, technical evaluation, environmental and social assessment, procurement, and financial management frameworks that are consistent with the Bank and the Vietnamese government rules and procedures.
(2) Project Implementation Support component will provide technical assistance and capacity building support to the Ministry of Industry and Trade on Project monitoring and supervision, including audits of project activities and safeguards implementation.
The Da Nang Department of Industry and Trade has initiated this program to promote energy efficiency and conservation in the city. It involves raising awareness, providing training, and offering financial incentives for businesses and households to adopt energy-efficient practices and technologies.
The development objective of the Second Stage of the Hydro Chlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) Phase-Out Project for Vietnam is to reduce HCFC consumption in order to assist Vietnam meet its HCFC phase-out obligations under the Montreal protocol, and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions arising from the replacement of these HCFCs. The project comprises of three components. The first component is HCFC consumption reduction. The second component, technical assistance (TA) and policy actions aims to support sector-wide technology and knowledge transfer, TA, and exchange of best practices, as well as to create a policy and market environment that will enable and sustain sector transformation. The third component, project management will finance the project management unit (PMU) staff including one project coordinator, two project officers, one procurement officer, one accountant cum administrative officer, project launch and completion workshops, financial audits, public awareness activities, and incremental operating cost (of the PMU).
The project focuses on enhancing energy security, increasing efficiency, and facilitating the integration of renewable energy resources within the region. The primary objective of the AIMS project is to establish a robust and interconnected power grid among ASEAN member countries. The project aims to facilitate the exchange of electricity across borders, promote power trade, optimize energy resources, and enhance the overall reliability and resilience of the ASEAN power systems.
This project studies the formation of the ASEAN Power Grid Transmission System Operator Institution (ATSO). It provides an overview of the international case examples that have been used as a basis in creating the ATSO project deliverables. The project is aligned and coordinated with the deliverables from the Study on the Formation of the ASEAN Power Grid Generation and Transmission System Planning Institution (AGTP).
This project produces a report that identifies a set of minimum political, technical and institutional requirements that the ASEAN member states will need to meet in order to establish multilateral power trading in the region. Some of these minimum requirements can be met by building upon existing efforts in the region.
In support of the development of the ASEAN Power Grid (APG), the IEA has undertaken a quantitative assessment of the impact of regional power system integration in ASEAN to accommodate the growing share of variable renewable energy (VRE), which consists of solar and wind generation. The analysis explores the impact of multilateral power trading (MPT) and expanded cross-border interconnectors as well as the value of flexibility resources for the APG from economic, operational, environmental, and policy-related perspectives.
This joint research project on power grid interconnection has identified practical measures for substantially increasing the penetration of clean energy across the ASEAN countries. Its analysis provides a firm foundation for achieving regional energy interconnection, which also promotes sustainable transboundary power trade.