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A. GREEN IPP NETWORK PHASE II

The second phase of Green IPP Network project has started officially in September 2004. With the new funding from the EC-ASEAN Energy Facility (EAEF), this website is now upgraded and updated in stronger spirit of EC-ASEAN.

The newest team member of the project is Pusat Tenaga Malaysia (PTM) or Malaysia Energy Center. Being the Coordinator of ASEAN Renewable Energy Sub-sector Network (RE-SSN), PTM shall continue to underpin the effort of realizing successful transfer of knowledge on Green IPPs in Europe to ASEAN countries.

The Informatics Management Associates (IMA) has also joined the network. The rest of the team, the Institute for Industrial Production, University of Karlsruhe (Germany), University of the Philippines Solar Laboratory (Philippines), Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (Netherlands), and the Risoe National Laboratory (Denmark) remain strongly committed to the development of sustainable energies in the region.

The Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) was a project partner of the ASEAN Greenipp network phase I and continues to participate to the project phase II as a project co-sponsor and as a collaborator to the network activities.

   

B. Newsletter

Four issues of GRIPP-Net Newsletter have been published in total during the Green IPP Network Project Phase II.

   

C. GrIPP Knowledge Map

The 10 knowledge maps published during the Green IPP Network Project Phase II can be accessible as follows :

   

D. EC-ASEAN Green IPPs Workshops

Current Status of the Development of Green IPPs in the Philippines: Challenges, Strategies, and Case Studies
Manila, The Philippines
10 August 2005
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Update on the Development of Green IPPs in Thailand: Challenges, Strategies, and Case Studies
Bangkok, Thailand
10 August 2005
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Current Development of Green IPPs in Malaysia: Experiences, Challenges, and Strategies
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
24 August 2005
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Current Development of Green IPPs: Experiences, Challenges, and Strategies
Karlsruhe, Germany
15 - 16 September 2005
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There is a strong political will in many countries of the world to increase the use of renewable energy sources in energy supply due to growing environmental issues.

Mainly in the European Union, measures have been taken to promote renewable energy projects. Special policy actions aiming at fostering renewable energy projects have been implemented. In Asia the use of renewable energy is not so advanced as in Europe.

To transfer experiences made in the European power markets on success factors and market potentials of renewable energy projects to Southeast Asia, the EC-ASEAN Green IPP Network sets up a thematic network on Green IIPs (Independent Power Producers) that focuses on renewable energy projects linking researchers, industry representatives, policy makers and NGOs from Europe and Southeast Asia. Within the scope of this project a Green IPP is defined as an investor-initiated, grid-connected, non-utility power producer applying renewable energy technologies.

The technologies considered within this network project are wind, biomass combustion, biomass digestion and small hydro power plants.

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