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Tap into Vietnam’s $148 billion energy market opportunity

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The Vietnam power market is undergoing major restructuring, gearing towards a competitive wholesale and retail market, and increasing its installed capacity to more than 135GW by 2030. The revised Power Development Plan unveiled in March 2016, places stronger emphasis on energy security, energy efficiency, renewable energy development and power market liberalisation A changing energy mix The market share for hydro …

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Be a part of Vietnam’s $148bn energy market opportunity

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Over the last few decades Vietnam has made outstanding progress in bringing down poverty and positioning its economy on a sustainable growth path. This growth increasingly exerts pressure on existing energy supplies and infrastructure, calling for effective solutions to improve power system efficiency, ensure adequate and reliable supplies, and increase electrification rates. The Vietnam power market is undergoing major restructuring, …

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Infographic: Solar opportunities in the Philippines

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The sun shines brighter in the Philippines. With a 4.6% annual growth in power demand and 16 million people living without reliable access to electricity in the Philippines, there is an apparent need to power this nation.   As costs of solar continues to fall by 1.5% per year, and oil prices projected to rise to $100/barrel in 2020, it …

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Meralco talk taking the digital path to a future utility model

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The world is constantly changing and the electricity industry is no exception. Many traditional businesses have been taken over by their digital equivilants in the last few years and digital disruption is happening now. Technology is always forcing us to change the way we do things. But the fusion of technology and connectivity is accelerating the pace of these disruptors. …

Last-Mile Electrification

Off-grid solar for last mile electrification in the Philippines

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Nearly half of the world’s unelectrified population lives in Asia and in the Philippines alone, there are 16 million people living without reliable access to electricity. Traditionally, diesel gensets have been used to provide power to this community, but in recent years, off-grid solar has been re-shaping the paradigm for last mile electrification. Off-grid solar has improved energy access to 89 million …

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Stimulating greater FDI in the Philippines

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$8.1 trillion worth of infrastructure projects in Asia have been identified between 2010 and 2020, and the energy sector drives almost half of this demand. Within energy, growth of renewable energy is expected to be the highest. In much of Asia, demand outstrips financing, and private sector investment is key to meeting this gap. Institutional investors have raised up to …

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Energy Industry Networking Meet Up #1 at Conrad Manila

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Earlier this week, we hosted over 60 industry stakeholders at our Energy Industry Networking Meet-Up Session at Conrad Manila. The meet up was organised as a prelude to the annual  Power & Electricity World Philippines and The Solar Show Philippines (24-25 May 2017 in Manila). This gathering brought together industry stakeholders from across the Philippine power and solar landscape to discuss the future of …

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Video: Rooftop solar capacity development in the Philippines

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Panel: Rooftop solar capacity development Moderator: William Ruccius, Enfinity Asia & Co-Chair, Philippines Chapter, Independent Power Producers Forum, Philippines Panellists: Scott Bowden, Director of International Sales, Solectria – A Yaskawa Company, USA Leandro Leviste, President, Solar Philippines, Philippines Emma Imperial, President, Imperial Homes, Philippines Roland Dimai, Vice President, Envireon, Philippines & Vice President, PlusMinusGlobal, Hong Kong The Solar Show Philippines

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Video: “The most expensive power is to have no power at all”: Delivering stable energy supplies to rural areas

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During the 2nd Power & Electricity World Philippines 2015, Jose Raul Saniel, President, Philippine Rural Electric Cooperatives Association, William Ruccius, Business Development Director, Enfinity Asia Pacific & Co-Chair, Philippines Chapter, Independent Power Producers Forum, and Urbano C. Mendiola, Jr., Vice President, Corporate Affairs, National Power Corporation debated on “The most expensive power is to have no power at all”: Delivering …