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Renewable Energy and Jobs (2013): Chapter (Technical and entrepreneurial capacity building for solar enterprises: the case of Sunlabob in Laos)

Tanzania, too, has faced complications in enforcing (see Box 5.1). Such efforts would help stimulate growth quality control with SHS (Hankins, Saini and Kirai, 2009). in rural energy enterprises and provide employment opportunities in rural areas, while accelerating access Country experiences demonstrate the central im- to modern energy. portance of training programmes in the solar sector, including in the downstream applications of solar 5.2.2 Portable solar lanterns technologies. Bangladesh’s ...

Renewable Energy and Jobs (2013): Chapter (Technical and entrepreneurial capacity building for solar enterprises: the case of Sunlabob in Laos)

Tanzania, too, has faced complications in enforcing (see Box 5.1). Such efforts would help stimulate growth quality control with SHS (Hankins, Saini and Kirai, 2009). in rural energy enterprises and provide employment opportunities in rural areas, while accelerating access Country experiences demonstrate the central im- to modern energy. portance of training programmes in the solar sector, including in the downstream applications of solar 5.2.2 Portable solar lanterns technologies. Bangladesh’s ...

Renewable Energy and Jobs (2013): Chapter (Figure 5.1 Illustrative supply chains for select RETs)

The case studies offer specific information about the mix of domestic and imported inputs along the supply chains for different RETs: Solar PV: Most of the inputs for the profiled solar com- panies are imported, particularly from Germany, the United States, China, India and Japan. There are also efforts to carry out domestic assembly of purchased components from different countries, such as by Sunlabob in Laos (see Box 5.1). Some developing countries, however, are starting to de- velop solar ...

Renewable Energy and Jobs (2013): Chapter (Figure 5.1 Illustrative supply chains for select RETs)

The case studies offer specific information about the mix of domestic and imported inputs along the supply chains for different RETs: Solar PV: Most of the inputs for the profiled solar com- panies are imported, particularly from Germany, the United States, China, India and Japan. There are also efforts to carry out domestic assembly of purchased components from different countries, such as by Sunlabob in Laos (see Box 5.1). Some developing countries, however, are starting to de- velop solar ...

Renewable Energy Market Analysis: Southeast Asia

Lao PDR Lao People’s Democratic Republic LCOE Levelised cost of electricity Mtoe Million tonnes of oil... Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand... Cambodia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Myanmar and Viet Nam have achieved the fastest reductions.... Indone-sia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand

Policies and Regulations for Private Sector Renewable Energy Mini-grids

as the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Thailand, and Tunisia, the public utility takes the lead in developing... and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. In the model, a special purpose vehicle for maintenance and operation

Renewable Energy Jobs and Access: Laos, Case Study: Chapter (SUPPLY CHAIN)

Renewable Energy Jobs & Access A SERIES OF CASE STUDIES LaosvSolar PROJECT PROFILE Sunlabob, a private Laotian company licensed in 2001 and a member of the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE), provides commercially-viable energy services for remote o -grid areas. Since 2008, Sunlabob also conducts energy audits and e ciency consulting, and supplies and installs energy-e cient materials. Solar lanterns often fail much earlier than expected, either because low-quality components are used to ...

Renewable Energy Jobs and Access: Case Studies

Renewable Energy Jobs & Access A SERIES OF CASE STUDIES Burkina FasovBiomass PROJECT PROFILE FAFASO (“Foyers Améliorés au Faso” i.e., improved stoves in Burkina Faso) is a Dutch-German Energy Partner-ship Energising Development (GIZ-EnDEV) project that commenced in 2006 and is supported by co-financing from the Dutch Foreign Ministry (DGIS) and the German Ministry of International Cooperation (BMZ). FAFASO covers all of Burkina Faso, with a focus on the biggest towns, Ouagadougou and Bobo Dioulasso, ...

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

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 03 high-end of the supply potential in IRENA’s supply assessments (IRENA, Figure 27: Demand vs supply ratio of biomass in select ASEAN Member States, 2025 2014b). A few countries might reach the limits of their supply potential 180% if only the low end of the base supply assessment is considered. This 160% potential can be sustainably raised through a number of strategies and guidelines. These would increase the efficient use of land and 140% make more land ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 25: ��Industry sector renewable energy share, renewable additions and total, 2014-2025)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 03 Figur INDUSTRYe 25: Indu stry sector renewable energy share, renewable additions and total, 2014-2025 100% 90% Demand for energy will grow by more in the 80% industry sector than in any other end-use sector, 201 70%4 15% rising by more than 60% by 2025. The share of 60% renewables will only increase marginally, from RE Renewable electricityshare in industry Reference 50%18% 15% in 2014 to 18% in the Reference Case. sector energy Case 40% Solar thermal ...
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Renewable Energy Jobs and Access: Laos, Case Study: Chapter (FINANCING)

Access to electricity allows engaging in several activities pre- viously not possible, such as reading and doing homework at night, making handicrafts, using a mobile phone, and having access to information and communication. Local people benefit from reduced energy bills, significantly lowering the financial burden on households. The revenue gen- erated by the system is kept within the community, providing income for the village entrepreneur and system maintenance, and hence strengthening ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 internal combustion engine vehicles operating in cities, where pollution Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector damages are high. USD billion/yr In all sectors lower externalities significantly outweigh system costs. 4 For outdoor air pollution alone, savings from reduced externalities are Change i higher than costs. This is also the case if only looking at CO2-related n costs 2 resulting from externalities. ...

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

76 RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 Lao PDR (with low GDP per capita today) to as low as 0.3% for Brunei Darussalam, which benefits from its existing hydrocarbon industry. It should be noted that the investment figures listed above focus on the supply side and do not include investment in complementary infrastructure. Table 11 shows the investment needs by technology and sector for the ASEAN region as a whole. About 25% of investment in renewable capacity (USD 7 billion per year) is in ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Increasing cost-competitiveness)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 02 DRIVERS is limited to regions where resources are available, e.g. geothermal FOR RENEWABLES in Indonesia and the Philippines. The fastest deployment in capacity INCREASING COST-COMPETITIVENESS growth will occur in solar PV and wind, both of which have average costs of around USD 80 per MWh across the region, but could see costs as low as USD 40 per MWh for solar PV and USD 60 per MWh for wind. This study shows that by 2025 in the ASEAN region the average ...

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 (Increasing cost-competitiveness)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 02 DRIVERS is limited to regions where resources are available, e.g. geothermal FOR RENEWABLES in Indonesia and the Philippines. The fastest deployment in capacity INCREASING COST-COMPETITIVENESS growth will occur in solar PV and wind, both of which have average costs of around USD 80 per MWh across the region, but could see costs as low as USD 40 per MWh for solar PV and USD 60 per MWh for wind. This study shows that by 2025 in the ASEAN region the average ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 internal combustion engine vehicles operating in cities, where pollution Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector damages are high. USD billion/yr In all sectors lower externalities significantly outweigh system costs. 4 For outdoor air pollution alone, savings from reduced externalities are Change i higher than costs. This is also the case if only looking at CO2-related n costs 2 resulting from externalities. ...

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)

76 RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 Lao PDR (with low GDP per capita today) to as low as 0.3% for Brunei Darussalam, which benefits from its existing hydrocarbon industry. It should be noted that the investment figures listed above focus on the supply side and do not include investment in complementary infrastructure. Table 11 shows the investment needs by technology and sector for the ASEAN region as a whole. About 25% of investment in renewable capacity (USD 7 billion per year) is in ...

Renewable Energy Jobs and Access: Case Studies

Renewable Energy Jobs & Access A SERIES OF CASE STUDIES Burkina FasovBiomass PROJECT PROFILE FAFASO (“Foyers Améliorés au Faso” i.e., improved stoves in Burkina Faso) is a Dutch-German Energy Partner-ship Energising Development (GIZ-EnDEV) project that commenced in 2006 and is supported by co-financing from the Dutch Foreign Ministry (DGIS) and the German Ministry of International Cooperation (BMZ). FAFASO covers all of Burkina Faso, with a focus on the biggest towns, Ouagadougou and Bobo Dioulasso, ...
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Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Lao PDR)

ANNEX A: COUNTRY OVERVIEW TABLES A 89 LAO PDR Unit 2014 Reference Case 2025 REmap 2025 En er gy pr o du ct io n an d ca pa ci ty Po w er s ec to r Total installed power generation capacity GW 3.1 18.1 19.2 Renewable capacity GW 3.1 14.7 16.3 Hydropower (excl. pumped hydro) GW 3.1 14.5 14.7 Wind GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Biofuels (solid, liquid, gaseous) GW 0.0 0.1 0.3 Solar PV GW 0.0 0.0 1.3 CSP GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Geothermal GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Marine, other GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-renewable capacity GW 0.0 3.4 2.9 ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Lao PDR)

ANNEX A: COUNTRY OVERVIEW TABLES A 89 LAO PDR Unit 2014 Reference Case 2025 REmap 2025 En er gy pr o du ct io n an d ca pa ci ty Po w er s ec to r Total installed power generation capacity GW 3.1 18.1 19.2 Renewable capacity GW 3.1 14.7 16.3 Hydropower (excl. pumped hydro) GW 3.1 14.5 14.7 Wind GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Biofuels (solid, liquid, gaseous) GW 0.0 0.1 0.3 Solar PV GW 0.0 0.0 1.3 CSP GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Geothermal GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Marine, other GW 0.0 0.0 0.0 Non-renewable capacity GW 0.0 3.4 2.9 ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 04 internal combustion engine vehicles operating in cities, where pollution Figure 29: Energy system costs and reduced externalities relating to REmap Options, by sector damages are high. USD billion/yr In all sectors lower externalities significantly outweigh system costs. 4 For outdoor air pollution alone, savings from reduced externalities are Change i higher than costs. This is also the case if only looking at CO2-related n costs 2 resulting from externalities. ...

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

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROSPECTS IN ASEAN 03 BOX 5: A VIEW TO 2030 FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY Table 8: Key indicators and shares in ASEAN, 2025 and 2030 REmap assesses renewable energy developments to 2030. This timeframe is consistent with ASEAN the one set forth for the UN Secretary General’s SEforALL initiative, and the achievement of Growth over 2014 REmap 2025 REmap 2030 the Sustainable Development Goals. IRENA is the hub for the SEforALL renewable energy TPES 45% 80% objective. Its REmap programme aims ...

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

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROSPECTS IN ASEAN 03 Table 5: REmap Options importance by technology and sector Industry Sector Bioenergy Solar thermal Transport Sector Liquid biofuels Electric mobility Building Sector Solid bioenergy Biogas Solar thermal Power Sector Small hydro Solid bioenergy Biogas Solar PV Wind Geothermal ...

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 (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)

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROSPECTS IN ASEAN 03 BOX 5: A VIEW TO 2030 FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY Table 8: Key indicators and shares in ASEAN, 2025 and 2030 REmap assesses renewable energy developments to 2030. This timeframe is consistent with ASEAN the one set forth for the UN Secretary General’s SEforALL initiative, and the achievement of Growth over 2014 REmap 2025 REmap 2030 the Sustainable Development Goals. IRENA is the hub for the SEforALL renewable energy TPES 45% 80% objective. Its REmap programme aims ...

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

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROSPECTS IN ASEAN 03 BOX 5: A VIEW TO 2030 FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY Table 8: Key indicators and shares in ASEAN, 2025 and 2030 REmap assesses renewable energy developments to 2030. This timeframe is consistent with ASEAN the one set forth for the UN Secretary General’s SEforALL initiative, and the achievement of Growth over 2014 REmap 2025 REmap 2030 the Sustainable Development Goals. IRENA is the hub for the SEforALL renewable energy TPES 45% 80% objective. Its REmap programme aims ...

Renewable Energy Outlook for ASEAN: A REmap Analysis: Chapter (Figure 18: Power capacity in ASEAN region, 2014, Reference Case and REmap)

RENEWABLE ENERGY OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN 03 rates for various renewable power technologies by country. Indonesia Figure 18: Power capacity in ASEAN region, 2014, Reference Case and REmap and Lao PDR foresee a significant increase in hydropower capacity. 140 Lao PDR’s Reference Case triples annual installations from 2015 to 120 2025 compared to the period 2006-2015. Indonesia will add even 100 more hydropower capacity, an increase of more than 8 times over the 80 previous period. In all other countries, ...

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