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Renewable Energy Market Analysis: Southeast Asia

(ASEAN): Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Malaysia,... (ASEAN): Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indone-sia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Malaysia,... Singapore Brunei Darussalam 10 8 6 4 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 Brunei Darussalam... Thailand 4% Brunei Darussalam 3% Thailand 23% Indonesia 7% Brunei Darussalam 82% Indonesia 80% Indonesia

Renewable Capacity Statistics 2016: Chapter (2016 capacity book frontpiece)

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Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 21: ��Variable renewable energy shares of ASEAN Member States in power generation, 2014-2025)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 03 and Singapore would have even higher shares of VRE than the ASEAN Figure 21: V ariable renewable energy shares of ASEAN Member States in power generation, 2014-2025 average, reaching 10% or more by 2025. One way to overcome the challenge of integrating VRE into the 14% grid is through a better integration of the region’s ten power markets. 12% One approach is the ASEAN Power Grid (APG). Regional power grid expansion to date amounts to 3.5 GW of interconnector ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 5: Increase in energy demand by 2025 over 2014 levels)

Indonesia TPES Brunei Darussalam TPES12% 70% TFEC TPES TFEC 18% 25% 44% Power TFEC Power 32% 51% 137% Industry

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Rapidly growing energy demand)

energy Brunei Darussalam 3.2 4.0 0.4 2 consumed in the region will increase from 5.7% Cambodia 6.0 8.8

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 5: REmap Options importance by technology and sector)

contribution. and Brunei Darussalam. These countries have limited land, and per do have a small amount of additional... energy 53 Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 3: Relation between urbanisation rate and electricity consumption, 1990-2013)

8 000 Brunei Darussalam 7 Cambodia 000 Indonesia 6 000 Lao PDR 5 000 Malaysia 4 Myanmar 000 Philippines

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 20: Annual installation rate for various renewable power technologies per year, by country, to 2025)

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROSPECTS IN ASEAN 03 due in part to the significant potential of island and off-grid solar PV Figure 20: Annual installation rate for various renewable power technologies per year, by country, to 2025 systems. Realising the large potential of other renewable energy technologies, such as onshore wind and geothermal, requires similarly ambitious Geotherma Sola l r P V increases in annual installation rates according to Indonesia’s Reference 800 3500 Case, as well as in REmap. 700 ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 27: Demand vs supply ratio of biomass in select ASEAN Member States, 2025)

Note: Brunei Darussalam, Lao PDR and Singapore have been excluded from the graph, either because of limited

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 2: Total primary energy supply by country, 2014 and Reference Case 2025)

energy Brunei Darussalam 3.2 4.0 0.4 2 consumed in the region will increase from 5.7% Cambodia 6.0 8.8
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Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 On the low end are countries like the Philippines, which has abundant Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective geothermal and solar resources and limited domestic fossil fuel supply. 40 Thailand is similar, with its heavier emphasis on bioenergy (in particular biogas). Indonesia has high solar and geothermal resources, but also ample coal supply, and therefore a lower substitution cost. In Brunei 30 Darussalam, ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 32: Annual renewable energy investment needs)

0.3% for Brunei Darussalam, which benefits from its existing hydrocarbon industry. It should be noted

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Investment needs to close the gap)

Thailand, and Brunei Darussalam, see lower emissions growth of 15%- To reach ASEAN’s 23% renewables goal by 2025

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Investment needs to close the gap)

Thailand, and Brunei Darussalam, see lower emissions growth of 15%- To reach ASEAN’s 23% renewables goal by 2025

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 On the low end are countries like the Philippines, which has abundant Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective geothermal and solar resources and limited domestic fossil fuel supply. 40 Thailand is similar, with its heavier emphasis on bioenergy (in particular biogas). Indonesia has high solar and geothermal resources, but also ample coal supply, and therefore a lower substitution cost. In Brunei 30 Darussalam, ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 32: Annual renewable energy investment needs)

0.3% for Brunei Darussalam, which benefits from its existing hydrocarbon industry. It should be noted

Renewable Energy Statistics 2018

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Renewable Energy Statistics 2017

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Global Trends in Renewable Energy Costs

This dashboard provides an overview on latest global trends in renewable energy costs. It displays global weighted average total installed costs, capacity factors and LCOE by technology.

LCOE 2010-2017

This dashboard provides an overview on trends in global renewable energy levelised costs of electricity (LCOE) in the time period from 2010 until 2017.
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Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Brunei Darussalam)

ASEAN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Unit 2014 Reference Case 2025 REmap 2025 En er gy pr o du ct io n an d ca

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Brunei Darussalam)

ASEAN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Unit 2014 Reference Case 2025 REmap 2025 En er gy pr o du ct io n an d ca

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 On the low end are countries like the Philippines, which has abundant Figure 28: REmap Options substitution cost by country from the government perspective geothermal and solar resources and limited domestic fossil fuel supply. 40 Thailand is similar, with its heavier emphasis on bioenergy (in particular biogas). Indonesia has high solar and geothermal resources, but also ample coal supply, and therefore a lower substitution cost. In Brunei 30 Darussalam, ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 8: Key indicators and shares in ASEAN, 2025 and 2030)

increase to Brunei Darussalam 4% 7% 29%, and the share of renewable power generation will also increase by

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Box 5: A view to 2030 for renewable energy)

increase to Brunei Darussalam 4% 7% 29%, and the share of renewable power generation will also increase by

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 31: CO2 emissions from energy, increases in Reference Case and REmap in 2025)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 Figure 31: CO2 emissions from energy, increases in Reference Case and REmap in 2025 BOX 6: ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY 450% 143% INTENSITY IMPROVEMENT 140% 350% The ASEAN region is expected to reduce the overall energy intensity of their economies. Energy intensity measures of the 120% 117% amount of energy required to produce a given unit of economic 118% activity, for instance the tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) per 100% million USD (in purchasing ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 9: Renewable energy shares in TPES in ASEAN Member States, 2025 and 2030)

increase to Brunei Darussalam 4% 7% 29%, and the share of renewable power generation will also increase by

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 5: REmap Options importance by technology and sector)

contribution. and Brunei Darussalam. These countries have limited land, and per do have a small amount of additional... energy 53 Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Table 8: Key indicators and shares in ASEAN, 2025 and 2030)

increase to Brunei Darussalam 4% 7% 29%, and the share of renewable power generation will also increase by

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 31: CO2 emissions from energy, increases in Reference Case and REmap in 2025)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 Figure 31: CO2 emissions from energy, increases in Reference Case and REmap in 2025 BOX 6: ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY 450% 143% INTENSITY IMPROVEMENT 140% 350% The ASEAN region is expected to reduce the overall energy intensity of their economies. Energy intensity measures of the 120% 117% amount of energy required to produce a given unit of economic 118% activity, for instance the tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) per 100% million USD (in purchasing ...

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