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Market Transformation through Introduction to Energy-Effiecient Electric Vehicles

In partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), the DOE is implementing the Market Transformation through Introduction of Energy Efficient Electric Vehicles Project or the E-Trike Project to promote energy efficiency and clean technologies in the transport sector. It aims to reduce the sector’s annual petroleum consumption by 2.8 percent (based on 20 million barrels annual consumption in 2010) and to avoid CO2 emission of estimated 259,008 tons annually by shifting to 100,000 electric tricycles (e-trikes). Timeline:2012: commissioning of design2013 - 2015: initial investment phase (PHP 500 million investment, 500 local jobs generated)2015: stakeholder engagement - local government units (LGUs), financial institutions, and Transport Operators and Drivers' Associations Roadmap:SHORT-TERM (2017-2019)- Lobby with LGU to provide enabling environment such as preferential franchises for electric vehicles.- Network with LandBank of the Philippines (LBP) and other financial conduits such as, rural banks, transport cooperatives, multi-purpose cooperatives to provide loan facilities.- Facilitate the establishment of minimum performance and non-discriminatory regulations for EVs and charging stations.- Facilitate the improvement of electric vehicles value chain through the development of training modules for drivers and operators on the safe use of EVs in partnership with Technical - Education and Skill Development Authority (TESDA).- Development of Emergency Response Protocol for EVs with the DILG-BFP.- Network with transport groups to establish demand for EVs- Conduct IECs and public awareness campaigns to address social acceptance problems on the benefits of using EVs MEDIUM-TERM (2020-2022)- Advocate for the passage of legislations that will bring down the cost of EVs acquisition either through importation for the initial market penetration and sourcing out locally in the medium term.- Continue promotional

January 2021 - December 2022
Innovation and Investment for Inclusive Sustainable Economic Development (ISED II) Project?

The main objective of ISED II is to improve the preconditions for green employment in the energy sector. 

July 2021 - June 2024
New Energy Nexus Southeast Asia (Nexus SEA)

New Energy Nexus Southeast Asia (Nexus SEA) supports entrepreneurs who are powering the thousands of businesses, technologies, and innovations needed to open up the economic and social opportunities of a clean energy future.

June 2020 - October 2021
Renewable Energies Mini Grids Triangular Cooperation in Indonesia

Indonesia is established as an actor in international cooperation on decentralized renewable energy systems

January 2023 - December 2025
Support to the Up-scaling of Wind Power (DKTI WIND)

The Support to the Up-Scaling of Wind Power in Viet Nam project aimed to address a number of regulatory and market barriers as well as capacity needs in wind market through technical assistance, in the period 2014-2018.

January 2014 - December 2018
International Hydrogen Ramp-Up Programme “H2Uppp”

H2Uppp promotes green H2/ PtX projects in developing and emerging (ODA) countries with the main objective to further develop markets for green H2/ PtX technologies through on-site cooperation. 

January 2022 - December 2023
C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF)

The C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF) addresses this gap between cities and finance by providing support to cities in developing and emerging economies to develop finance-ready projects. The CFF supports cities to develop financially sound business proposals for projects that they have identified as priorities and ensures that city administrations retain skills and structures to enable cities to prepare a pipeline of low carbon and climate resilient infrastructure projects.

January 2021 - December 2024