Trainings in Renewable Energy Best-Practices: Procurement, Contracts, Lifecycle Cost Analyses, and Risk Mitigation to Mobilize Private Investment
|Published Date||December 2018|
|Type of Publication||Proceedings|
|Publication Under||SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE), Energy Working Group (EWG)|
This summary report presents the outcomes of the joint APEC-ASEAN training on Renewable Energy Procurement, Contracts, Lifecycle Cost Analyses, and Risk Mitigation to Mobilize Private Investment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 16-20 October 2017. The 5-day workshop convened APEC and ASEAN officials from energy ministries, representatives from international organizations, NGOs, and academia to learn best practices and tools to help make the argument for, and support, renewable energy development. Participants also discussed how to procure renewable energy and attract investments for large-scale renewable energy installations. Representatives from APEC and ASEAN economies participated in the workshop, including attendees from Cambodia, Chile, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Thailand, the United States, Viet Nam, and the ASEAN Centre for Energy. They represented energy ministries, electricity utilities, energy regulators, research institutions, or multinational organizations, and most had responsibilities for the procurement of renewable energy.