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Feasibility Study on PLN’s Indonesia-Malaysia Cross-border Interconnection Project

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) signed a grant agreement with Indonesian national utility PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) for a feasibility study to support of the development of two cross-border power interconnections between Indonesia and Malaysia. The project, which advances a key power sector objective for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), will facilitate efficient resource sharing to help meet growing energy demands, enhance energy security, and implement policies for clean energy and climate protection goals in both countries.

 

March 2024 - December 2026
ASEAN Interconnection Master Plan Study Phase III Part of the USAID Clean Power Asia Project

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.

January 2020 - December 2021
ASEAN Power Grid Transmission System Operator (ATSO)

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).

January 2020 - January 2021
Feasibility Study in ASEAN Multilateral Power Trade part of the ASEAN-Australia DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION PHASE II

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. 

January 2019 - January 2019
ASEAN Renewable Energy Integration Analysis

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. 

January 2019 - January 2019
Energy interconnection in ASEAN for sustainable and resilient societies accelerating energy transition

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. 

January 2018 - December 2018
The Trans Borneo Power Grid (Sarawak to West Kalimantan Link)

The Trans Borneo power grid project will enable Sarawak (Malaysia) to export additional electricity to West Kalimantan (Indonesia) thereby generating additional income for SEB. It will also help to diversify West Kalimantan’s energy generation portfolio by retiring inefficient oil-based power plants, while reducing CO2 emissions in the Borneo Island.

January 2016 - January 2016
Hawai’I Asia pacific Regional Energy System Assessment (APRESA) ASEAN Interconnection Masterplan Study (AIMS) III Support

AIMS III seeks to address: rapid changes in the economic landscape and electricity supply; renewable energy integration (including the ASEAN RE target of 23% of the energy mix by 2025); benefits and challenges of higher variable renewable energy (VRE) integration; adoption of new emerging technologies; and the sustainability and advancement of multilateral power trade.

HNEI GridSTART provided training to the ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE), an intergovernmental organization within the ASEAN structure representing the AMS interests in the energy sector, on production cost analysis and use of the PLEXOS software tool to empower ACE personnel to more effectively carry out project management duties for the AIMS III study.

January 2017 - December 2022
ASEAN Infrastructure Fund (AIF)

The ASEAN Infrastructure Fund (AIF) is a financing facility established by the ASEAN Infrastructure Financing Mechanism (AIFM) to support infrastructure development in the ASEAN region, including the ASEAN Power Grid (APG) initiative. Examples of funding to transmission lines projects that will be part of APG:
1.    Indonesia: Java Bali Power Transmission (USD25 million)
2.    Sumatra Power Transmission Improvement Project
3.    the Brunei Darussalam–Indonesia–Malaysia–Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP–EAGA). 
4.     The Indonesia–Malaysia–Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT)

January 2012 - March 2024
Offshore Wind Regulatory Framework Advice

This project is part of the bigger Philippines Policy-based Loan Climate Change Program to support ERC in designing a regulatory framework to support a new and high-potential RE source in the Philippines to:
 
·    Assess cost recovery methodologies.
·    Suggest grid connection and reinforcement cost allocation.
·    Design grid connection and grid code standards

January 2022 - December 2023