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Vietnam Energy Efficiency for Industrial Enterprises (VEEIE)

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.

January 2018 - December 2022
Vietnam HCFC Phaseout Project Stage II

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).

January 2019 - December 2023
Philippines Offshore Wind Joint Industry Program

This project provides strategic analysis of the offshore wind development potential in the Philippines, considering the opportunities and challenges under different, hypothetical growth scenarios. The goal is to provide evidence to support the Government of the Philippines in establishing policy, regulations, processes, and infrastructure to enable successful growth of this new industry.

The project roadmap was initiated by the World Bank country team in the Philippines under the umbrella of the World Bank Group’s (WBG’s) Offshore Wind Development Program—which aims to accelerate offshore wind development in emerging markets—and was funded by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) in partnership with the International Finance Corporation (IFC).

January 2022 - December 2023
Sustainable Energy Finance program

IFC Philippines’ Sustainable Energy Finance program has helped client banks identify and develop nearly 300 energy projects in their pipeline, 87 of which were financed by the banks. These loans saved nearly 100,000 megawatt hours of electricity per year and generated renewable energy of 843,613 megawatt hours per year. The program, supported by the Global Environment Facility and the Clean Technology Fund, is implemented in partnership with Bank of the Philippine Islands, BDO Unibank Inc., China Banking Corp., and BPI Globe BanKO Inc.

January 2012 - December 2018
Philippine Electricity Market and Transmission Development Project

The World Bank has provided support to enhance the country's power transmission infrastructure and promote the development of a competitive electricity market. This project may include elements related to the modernization and improvement of the power grid, potentially incorporating smart grid technologies.

January 2014 - December 2014
World Bank Group’s Partnership Fund for The Sustainable Development Goals

This grant, totaling $1 million, will aid the World Bank Group's Partnership Fund for the Sustainable Development Goals in its fourth call for proposals. The objective is to expedite low-carbon development by targeting the most emissions-intensive sectors in China, Africa, and Southeast Asia, including energy, manufacturing, transport, agriculture, land 

January 2018 - December 2030
Geothermal Energy Upstream Development (PT Geo Dipa Energi (Persero)) - Procurement Plan

The Project has two components: Component 1 – Risk Mitigation for Geothermal Exploration Drilling (US$49 million), and Component 2 – Capacity Building on Geothermal Exploration and Environmental and Social Safeguards Management (US$6.25 million). The Project is being implemented by PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PT SMI), a nonbanking financial institution fully owned by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), which is also responsible for overseeing the Government’s Infrastructure Financing for Geothermal Sector (Pembiayaan Infrastruktur Sektor Panas Bumi, or PISP) fund, which provides no less than US$49 million co-financing to the Project.

January 2018 - December 2020
Indonesia Sustainable Least-cost Electrification 1

To increase access to sustainable and lower-cost electricity in Maluku and Nusa Tenggara regions, and strengthen the operational cap acity of the electric utility

January 2023 - December 2024
Geothermal Energy Upstream Development: Civil Infrastructure Feed of Jailolo Exploration Drilling

The development objective of Geothermal Energy Upstream Development Project for Indonesia is to facilitate investment in geothermal power generation and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This project has two components. 1) The first component, Risk Mitigation for Geothermal Exploration Drilling, will finance a program of activities designed to support geothermal exploration drilling in Indonesia, through: (a) drilling of exploration and confirmation wells; (b) constructing access roads and other associated infrastructure to facilitate the drilling activities, at select geothermal sites; and (c) implementation of measures set forth in the Safeguards Instruments. 2) The second component, Capacity Building on Geothermal Exploration and Environmental and Social Safeguards Management, will finance a program of capacity building designed to establish an efficient and effective geothermal energy exploration and tendering program.

January 2018 - December 2021
ESMAP Efficient and Clean Cooling Program

The Efficient and Clean Cooling program incorporates energy efficiency (active and passive solutions), adopts renewable energy solutions, and supports the transition to more climate-friendly refrigerants (aligned with the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol). It works across multiple sectors such as health, agriculture (horticulture, dairy, fisheries), buildings, and urban spaces in developing countries, mainly focusing on space cooling (energy-efficient buildings and air conditioning), refrigeration, and cold chains, and the mitigation of urban heat island effects.

January 2019 - December 2030