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PH A Fresh Look at Ancillary Services

This technical project is part of Philippines-based Loan Climate Change Program. This project will further develop ADB’s works in developing new ancillary services wholesale and contractual markets to strengthen the grid, as among the climate mitigation priorities.

January 2022 - December 2023
Tara Renewal

A $30 million grant has been allocated to bolster regional investment structures (ETP, Tara & CEF) and empower the local climate community in the region to expedite the transition to clean energy through a strategy centered on local engagement.

January 2022 - December 2026
Supporting the Energy Transition

A $24.3 million grant is dedicated to facilitating the energy transition in Southeast Asia. This includes providing targeted technical assistance to governments and key power sector institutions and lending support to emerging local civil society organizations.

January 2017 - December 2025
Expanded Southeast Asia Renewables

CIFF will be leveraging its strengths, and working with governments and global philanthropies to maximise our collective impact, building on and extending existing partnerships across the region. This innovative partnership will allow for coordinated support and faster action, and is intended to encourage other governments and philanthropies to join. At present, the global philanthropies involved include CIFF, Bloomberg Philanthropies, ClimateWorks Foundation, the European Climate Foundation, Growald Family Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, IKEA Foundation, OIF and the Sea Change Foundation

January 2018 - December 2019
Global Energy Transition Initiative

The Global Energy Transition initiative supports efforts to rapidly transform the global power sector toward clean energy, beginning with 10 emerging economies across Africa, Asia, and South America. These are countries where power demand is projected to rapidly grow and there is huge potential for solar, wind, and other renewable energy deployment in this decade. The initiative also supports efforts in Japan, Australia, and South Korea to accelerate the coal to clean energy transition, reduce emissions, and achieve a 1.5-degree pathway. The benefits of a transition to clean energy go far beyond reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change. It creates jobs, builds local manufacturing value chains, improves infrastructure, protects public health by keeping pollutants out of the air, and provides affordable and accessible power. By shifting to clean energy, developing nations can secure a resilient and thriving future.

January 2022 - December 2026
Southeast Asia Clean Energy Facility (SEACEF)

SEACEF is a capital facility established to provide catalytic capital and development support to early-stage clean energy projects and businesses in a market-responsive manner in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. SEACEF was incubated through generous support of the European Climate Foundation. To date, SEACEF has invested in one regional project (Skye Renewables), 3 projects in Indonesia (Synergy Efficiency Solutions, Oyika, Xurya), 1 project in the Philippines (Real Wind Energy Inc., 4 projects in Vietnam (Blueleaf Energy, Eboost, Stride, Levanta Renewables).

January 2022 - January 2024
Energy Transition Partnership Indonesia

The UN's Energy Transition Partnership brings together funders, philanthropies, and governments in Southeast Asia to accelerate a transition to greener economies. The IKEA Foundation is supporting this work in Indonesia due to the nation's significant reliance on fossil fuels. The grant provided amounts to Euro 1.82 million.

January 2022 - December 2026
New Energy Nexus Indonesia

The IKEA Foundation has awarded $10 million to the New Energy Nexus Indonesia to help accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy by educating over 6,000 people and supporting 60 rising entrepreneurs. Initiatives include plans to expand an existing energy startup acceleration programme to eight major cities across Indonesia. Startups and developers will receive coaching on providing electricity to off-grid communities, and $4 million in seed funding will help get their products and services to market.

January 2022 - December 2024
Advancing climate action and philanthropy in Indonesia

The IKEA Foundation has granted $12 million to the ClimateWorks Foundation to bolster Indonesia's efforts in achieving ambitious, transparent, and measurable policy advan cements in key energy-consuming sectors, such as transportation, buildings, appliances, and heavy industries. This funding aims to facilitate the transition to a net-zero emissions economy and establish a sustainable, climate-oriented organizational presence within Indonesia, led and governed by Indonesians.

January 2021 - December 2024
Access to Sustainable Energy Programme (EU ASEP)

ASEP assists the DOE and stakeholders in the energy sector to resolve regulatory and administrative issues that hinder the government in attaining its electrification targets and from establishing a sustainable electricity market.

January 2016 - January 2019