Project Title

Workshop on Improving Energy Resiliency in Off-Grid Areas in APEC Member Economies 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

EWG 09 2015A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

EWG 09 2015A 

Project Title

Workshop on Improving Energy Resiliency in Off-Grid Areas in APEC Member Economies 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2015 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

100,070 

Co-funding Amount

184,524 

Total Project Value

284,594 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Philippines 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/07/2015 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Loreto G Ayson 

Job Title 1

Undersecretary and Senior Official on Energy Leader Organization 

Organization 1

Department of Energy 

Postal Address 1

Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1632, Philippines 

Telephone 1

63-2 4792900 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

lgayson@doe.gov.ph 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Loreto G Ayson 

Project Summary

A series of workshops will be conducted among APEC Member Economies to identify and address common challenges, lessons learned and best practices in improving resiliency of energy infrastructure in off-grid areas given the threats of natural disasters and the impacts of climate change. These areas are so remote that connection to the main grid is not an immediate option. Electricity in these areas is mainly sourced from diesel generators putting the supply at risk in times of energy disruptions. In view of environmental considerations and technology innovations, renewable energy resources such as solar, wind and hydro power provide alternative off-grid solutions.

Reliable and timely information on short and long term response mechanisms will be developed ensuring the safe and immediate restoration of these energy facilities. Experts in this field will provide guidance during the workshops and case studies from relevant member economies on actual experiences will be highlighted.  At the completion of the project, the “Guidelines to Improve the Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas” will be posted in websites.

Relevance

Relevance - Benefits to Region: Energy resiliency in off-grid areas is the ability to restore and sustain availability and accessibility of energy in off-grid areas in the most timely and efficient manner, in the aftermath of natural and man-made disasters. Off-grid areas mostly situated in geographically-challenged locations are usually at risk and vulnerable to extreme weather conditions and impacts of climate change. In recent years, the Asia-Pacific region experienced a series of devastating natural disasters, like the China Yunnan Earthquake in 2014, Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, the 2011 Southeast Asia floods, the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, and the 2010 Chile Earthquake. The APEC Emergency Preparedness Working Group (EPWG) declared that over 70 per cent of the world’s natural disasters are being experienced by the 21 APEC Member Economies, thereby causing the disruption of energy supply and destruction of critical energy infrastructure.

The Energy Resiliency in Off-Grid Areas Workshop as proposed is an opportunity for APEC Member Economies to exchange information and share expertise on lessons learned, best practices and success stories on coping mechanisms and interventions of Member Economies to ensure energy supply security and availability in the wake of natural calamities, man-made disasters and extreme weather events particularly in off-grid areas. The Workshop will also be a venue to acquire insights and knowledge on possible technology solutions and other innovative options that may be adopted by Member Economies. Innovative power systems include portable models that allow local government to transport these mobile power systems to affected areas as part of immediate disaster response. It should also be underscored that the off-grid areas are rich sources of sustainable and clean energy such as wind, biomass and to a certain degree small hydro resources. Collaborative undertakings such as research, development and deployment (RD&D), standards setting, capacity building and other forms of technical assistance are all envisioned to form part of the menu of options and recommendations to promote resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas. This will be documented and contained in the Workshop’s main output, the publication of the Guidelines to Improve Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas which Member Economies can adopt or contextualize according to their respective and individual circumstances.

Relevance - Rank: The project falls under Rank 2 in the annual APEC Funding Criteria. The output of proposed undertaking is the publication of “Guidelines to Improve Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas.” The document will promote the building of sustainable and resilient communities (thematic thrust of APEC 2015), which will coalesce with the international call for energy security and a cleaner, safer and more bio-diverse environment.

Objectives

a) To facilitate exchange of experiences on various success stories and acquire knowledge on best practices related to promoting energy resiliency in off-grid areas in APEC Member Economies;

b) To come up with recommendations on strengthening resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas in the Asia-Pacific Region to withstand extreme weather patterns and events and other impacts of climate change;

c) To explore innovations on power systems that are best applicable to the level of loads, terrain and vulnerability of most of the APEC Economies to climate change; and

d) To formulate and disseminate guidelines that can help improve climate change resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas of APEC Member Economies.

Alignment

This initiative runs parallel to the bannered theme of the APEC 2013 Leaders’ Declaration (Bali Declaration) which is “Resilient Asia-Pacific, Engine of Global Growth.” APEC Economies expressed commitment to develop emergency response mechanisms and capacity building to address short-term energy supply disruptions. It is therefore envisioned, with unexpected disasters spiraling globally that work has to be focused on improving the response to energy supply emergencies in the APEC region and on building energy infrastructure that would be resilient to natural disasters and climate change.  The project is also parallel to APEC 2015 thrust of “Building Inclusive Economies, Building a Better World.

The project is also supportive of the APEC Multi-Year Plan on Infrastructure Development and Investment through the promotion of sustainable and resilient infrastructure. In addition, the Philippines presented during EWG47 in Kunming, China and in more detail, during the EWG 48 in Papua New Guinea, the proposal to include climate-proofing energy infrastructures as a policy area of discussion for the upcoming 12th Energy Ministerial Meeting (EMM12). Moreover, the Energy Resiliency Workshop will further develop and strengthen the multilateral relationship of APEC Member Economies, particularly through sharing and transfer of expertise and innovative technologies. The Workshop is expected to be an additional avenue for the Economies to foster interdependence in terms of expanding cooperation through unified action for the protection of the Asia-Pacific Region from climate change-related consequences. 

On another perspective, the APEC Member Economies host emerging tourist sites that include remote off-grid areas potentially making the region the largest tourism market in the world.  However, it is also most affected by climate change. Cognizant that tourism industry has emerged to be a common growth engine in the region, it is also important in the planning process to embrace the principles of sustainable energy, resilient and disaster responsive power systems and environmental protection in converting these remote areas into small economic zones.

TILF/ASF Justification

APEC Member Economies have diversified approaches in mitigating the impacts of climate change. Although experiences vary in magnitude and complexity, APEC Member Economies are undergoing policy and program shifts to promote climate change readiness and energy resiliency.  

The Workshop to Improve Energy Resiliency in Off-Grid Areas will provide a platform particularly for APEC developing economies to acquire learnings and information, valuable lessons and intervention mechanisms from resource experts and actual experiences of APEC Member Economies which were recently devastated by disasters.  

The project is expected to lay down the framework for collaborative undertakings in research and development, deployment of technologies, inventory of existing standards, gender-fair capacity building, energy contingency plans and other forms of technical assistance. Given the multi-pronged approach to realize the projects’ objectives, resource persons from specialized fields of profession such as but not limited to energy engineering, climatology, environment, national security and defense, technology innovation, civil works and architecture will be invited to share their expertise and recommendations. 

The Guidelines to Improve Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas is the start off point where APEC Member Economies can adopt or contextualize its applicability based on their respective circumstances. Documentation will be undertaken during the Workshop leading to the development of a compilation of the experiences and best practices.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The project entails the (a) conduct of literature review of existing policies being implemented by APEC Member Economies in off grid areas; (b) actual conduct of workshops; and (c) drafting and publication of the Guidelines. The Workshop will concentrate on identifying key issues and barriers to improving energy resiliency in off-grid areas as well as exploring opportunities for economic growth.  The workshop envisions the formulation of policy and program recommendations on coping mechanisms and appropriate interventions to be implemented at the individual economy level and potentially at the collective APEC level.

At the end of the Workshops, a Summary Report will be prepared enumerating the current status of implementation of policies and programs among APEC Member Economies in ensuring energy access and security of energy supply in the event of natural and man-made disasters and extreme weather occurrences. The final output of the project is the publication of the Guidelines on best practices, lessons learned, success stories and conclusions from this documentation.

Outcomes: 

a) Energy Supply Security and Access: The resulting menu of policy and program recommendations is expected to improve energy resiliency in off-grid areas which APEC Member Economies may adopt according to their respective individual circumstances.

b) Enhanced Cooperation: The project is envisaged to enhance international energy cooperation and joint undertakings on R&D and capacity building, among others.

c)  Increased Awareness: Through the project, increased awareness and better understanding on climate change adaptation and mitigation as well as best practices on renewable energy use for off-grid areas is promoted.

d) Empowered Communities: The workshop will provide a useful framework as basis for the Member Economies to modify their respective policies and programs on climate change adaptation and mitigation that empower communities on disaster risk reduction and management.

e) Strong Communication Highway: The Guidelines will be made available through various media platforms.  Such will create a culture of openness, transparency and good governance among APEC Member Economies.

f) Climate Proof Energy Infrastructure: The desired outcome of the Project in the medium-term is the overall improvement in the disaster response mechanism in off-grid areas through feasible energy technology installations and climate proofed energy infrastructures as well.

g) Gender Equality: Men and women in off-grid communities are capacitated and provided equal employment opportunities.

h)  Economic Opportunities: Energy resiliency in off-grid areas will boost tourism which will also promote small and medium home-grown enterprises.

i) Harmonization of Standards: The enhanced cooperation among APEC Member Economies will foster the establishment of a set of harmonized standards that would promote energy resilient communities.

j) Sustainable Off-Grid Areas: The project is envisioned to create and build sustainable and resilient off-grid communities.

Beneficiaries: 

a) Direct project participants include the APEC Member Economies and their relevant institutions such as government entities, academe, science and technology centres, research institutes, regional and international organizations, and business sector representatives.

Participants from both developed and developing economies will benefit from the outputs of the project, i.e. developed economies through their business sectors will have opportunity to disseminate its cutting-edge technologies and managerial know-how to other economies, while developing economies can learn the latest knowledge and adopt effective measures to increase climate change resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas.

More importantly, APEC Member Economies will have the chance to network, share experience, views, best practices, and policy solutions on matters relating the climate change resiliency, which can shorten the learning curve and achieve better performances and results in coming up with recommendations on strengthening resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas in the Asia-Pacific Region against the many forces and impacts of climate change.

b) Users of the project outputs include government officials, relevant stakeholders in power generation, transmission and distribution, scholars and experts in the field of climate change, relevant NGOs, and regional and international organizations. Government officials will benefit from the project through the establishment of sound and effective policies in climate change resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas. Relevant stakeholders in the power sector will gain from the project’s sharing of best practices and dissemination of advance technologies, know-how, and skills through workshop programs reinforcing their capacity building activities. Also, efforts of NGOs in promoting the ideas of environmental protection and climate change resiliency will be facilitated by the project. Research institutes and scholars, on the other hand, will receive valuable data and workable solutions produced from the project. Similarly, regional and international organizations can gain from the outputs of workshop, policy suggestions, and action plans generated by the project as reference to further revise and refine their policy directions for facilitating climate change resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas. Leading state universities and colleges from APEC member economies can make the Guidelines as reference materials in courses like engineering designs and other science and technology courses.  Local communities in the off-grid areas stand to benefit resulting to inclusive growth and alleviation from energy poverty.

To ensure effective implementation of the project, the Philippines will partner with USAID Philippines through its Building Low Emission Alternative to Develop Economic and Sustainability project (B-LEADERS) project and closely coordinate with International Energy Agency (IEA) by tapping their research arms which has done research work on energy sector resilience.  Likewise, assistance from Asia-Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) has been explored. Resource persons and relevant researches/studies on energy resiliency from Universities and Colleges like the University of the Philippines, Affiliated Renewable Energy Centers (ARECS) based in State universities and colleges.

Dissemination

a) Form, content, number and format: Workshop materials including introductions to the issue, case studies and overall documents used in the Workshop will be distributed to participants. In addition, results from the Workshop consisting of presentations and interactive discussions of participants will be disseminated in a report. The report will consist of various Workshop materials and discussion results. These materials will be printed in hard copies and are to be distributed via CD-ROM, thumb drives and will be made available on the APEC Publications Database (publications.apec.org.

b) The format and number of copies for publication: The Guidelines to Improve Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas will be made available electronically through the APEC Publications Database (publications.apec.org).

c) Target audience: The target audience will include key government entities, the private sector, civil society, media, the academe, specialists and scholars in climate change, research institutes and centers, relevant environmental protection NGOs, regional and international organizations.

d) The Guidelines will be disseminated among APEC Member Economies free of charge for widespread advocacy on energy resiliency.

e) Press release will be prepared on key summaries and cooperation of the workshop. All the materials for dissemination will meet the requirements of the APEC publication Guidelines and copyrights.

Gender

The project will ensure the participation of women in the design and implementation of the project. The project will abide by the principle of equal opportunity for men and women, whereby the selection is based on their expertise as resource speakers, trainers and participants. Women will be involved from planning to project execution and monitoring.

The project aims to recognize the crucial role of women in the immediate restoration, availability and accessibility of energy in off-grid areas. It is also the aim of the project to integrate women-related issues and concerns during the workshop as appropriate. It will target significant women participation in the project activities.

Work Plan

The project will include the following tasks: 

Activity

Deliverable

Deadline

Formulation of Terms of Reference (TOR) for the procurement of consultancy services

TOR

July 16-31, 2015

Submission of Bid Documents

Bid documents

August 1-15, 2015

Procurement of consultancy services

Consultancy services procured

August 24-31,2015

Formulation of agenda to be discussed during the workshop

Workshop Agenda

September 01-15, 2015

Review of existing policies being implemented by APEC Member Economies related to climate change resiliency of energy facilities in off-grid areas

List of policies

August 24-September 30, 2015

Administrative-related preparation:

Identify, secure and finalize venue

Identified venue

September 01-15, 2015

Identify, secure and finalize attendance of presenters

List of presenters

September 1-15, 2015

Identify, secure and finalize attendance of target participants

·  2 representatives from 21-member economies will be invited but the 11 travel eligible economies are expected to attend        

List of participants

September 01-15 2015

Finalize event details (breaks, welcome dinner, gala night)

Workshop  Agenda/Program

October 16, 2015

Dissemination of Workshop Agenda during the EWG Meeting

 Workshop Agenda disseminated

November 2015

Workshop proper        

Presentations, reports, and related documents

December 4, 2015

Consolidation of presentations, reports, comments and recommendations

Workshop Report

January 01 -15, 2016

Circulation of consolidated report, for APEC Member Economies comments

Workshop Report Review

January 16-31, 2016

Submission of first draft of the Guidelines to the proponent by the consultant

Guidelines

(first draft)

February 01, 2016

Circulation of first draft of the Guidelines, for APEC Member Economies comments

Guidelines (first draft) Review

February 01-15, 2016

Submission of comments to the Guidelines (first draft)

Guidelines (first draft) Comments

March 01, 2016

Consolidation of comments to the first draft of the Guidelines

Consolidated Guidelines Review

March 07-18, 2016

Submission of final draft of the Guidelines to the proponent by the consultant

Guidelines

(final draft)

March 21, 2016

Review and approval of final draft of the Guidelines by APEC Member Economies

Guidelines Presentation

April 01—15, 2016

Posting  of the Guidelines PH DOE and APEC-EWG and Secretariat Websites

Guidelines Posting

April 16 – June 15, 2016


Communication:
The primary output of the project is the publication and dissemination of the Guidelines to Improve the Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas to the 21 APEC Member Economies, other participants, and non-APEC stakeholders. In addition, workshop data – e.g. presentations, discussion summaries and all note speech – in CD-ROM or DVD format will be disseminated to all participants and public and private sectors. All data circulated and list of contact persons will be available on the APEC website.

Risks

a) Project launching delay: The Project Coordinating Team (PCT) will send the calendar of activities in advance.  Invitation letters and follow-up emails will be forwarded to participants and other stakeholders.

b) Delay invitation delivery or delivery to wrong organizations: Invitations will be sent through registered mails, fax messages and electronic mails.  The PCT will ensure that the correct recipients and the addresses are given the invitations/notices on time.

c) Budget over-run:The PCT will prepare work and financial plan that will serve as guide in the disbursement of project funds and accordingly, quarterly financial reports will be submitted to the Project Overseer (PO).

d) Restricted selection of logistics and facilities: The applicable procurement procedures will be followed.

e)  The unsuccessful workshop due to weak participation of APEC members/weak scientific presentations/ weak interest of participants: The PCT will undertake careful screening of resource persons and participants to ensure high-level of interest and engagement.

f) Project benefits are not sustained beyond project completion and recommendations do not move forward: The EWG will be requested to require regular updates under the notable development from PCT and implementing APEC Member Economies.  Likewise, the project team will closely collaborate with appropriate APEC fora partners.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Information and Mode of Collection:  

Information to be collected to assess progress and impact

Success Indicators

Mode of Collection

Workshop Participants’ feedback

Participants’ approval/acceptability/satisfaction level

Post-activity survey and random interviews

· 80 percent acceptability rating through post-activity survey forms to be accomplished by participants 

Date of the completion of The Guidelines

Timely completion of the Guidelines

Gantt Chart

Completion of the activities

Number of W/S participants

Summary Reports Completed

Attendance Sheet

Reports Review

Periodic review; Gantt Chart

Fund disbursement

Full fund utilization

Financial Reports

PCT Performance

Participants’ approval/acceptability/satisfaction level

Post-activity survey and evaluation

Gender Impact Measurement

 Gender-fair participation

30  -40 percent of expected participants are women

Participants evaluation or Post-activity survey and random interviews

Linkages

The project may build on APEC-funded and self-funded projects of the Ministry of Energy of Thailand on various topics, such as Best Practices in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in the Industrial Sector in APEC Region, APEC Workshop on Smart DC Power Opportunity for Community, Energy Saving Window Thermal Performance Simulation Training, APEC Low Carbon Technology Model Town Promotion through Eco-Point Program (LCMT-EPP), among others. The proposal will promote cross fora collaboration through advantageous interdependence. The subject matter of the proposal, i.e. energy resiliency in relation to climate change mitigation and adaptation, encompasses multiple sectors. For instance, the project may be utilized to collaborate with the EPWG in ensuring disaster readiness and rehabilitation efforts and preparing standards that could include energy facilities and services. In fact, during the 8th APEC Senior Disaster Management Official’s Forum held in Beijing, one of the sessions include enabling rehabilitation through more resilient science and technology. Energy resiliency is a universal and multi-sectoral concerns that will require strategic linkages with the Experts’ Group on New and Renewable Energy Technologies, the Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI), and the APEC Human Resource Working Group.  Since most of the off-grid areas are hosts to emerging tourism sites such as pristine beaches, amazing mountain views and natural wonders, the project will closely collaborate with the APEC Tourism Working Group (TWG) to ensure a harmonized strategy in designing resilient and economically progressive off-grid areas. It is also envisaged that the development of these areas will give birth to small and medium enterprises; hence, the project will likewise build on the initiatives and outputs of the SME Working Group.

Upon completion of the project, APEC Member Economies may decide to coordinate with non-participating APEC Member Economies, non-APEC governments, organizations and individuals in promoting the goals of the project.

The 21-member economies are the main beneficiaries of the Workshop. The Guidelines which is the main deliverable of the project will assist the APEC energy decision makers and program implementers in formulating policy measures on energy resiliency and in adapting best practices and initiatives applicable to local requirements.

Sustainability

The project is expected to have profound and long-term impact on related APEC fora and APEC as a whole, even after project completion. Substantial contribution can be had through the project in strengthening climate change resiliency and promoting green environment, which are key sources in achieving goals of the APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy, priorities and important tasks of APEC fora. Here, the project builds on and strengthens existing APEC work. For instance, the Energy Working Group (EWG) may continuously carry out sustainability initiatives. APEC Member Economies are expected to continuously carry forward the results and lessons of the project after its completion, since Guidelines to Improve the Climate Change Resiliency of Energy Facilities in Off-Grid Areas will be drawn up to assist APEC Member Economies in increasing climate change resiliency. Workshop report consolidating best practices and successful stories from both public and private sectors will serve as reference for capacity building activities. To maximize the benefits of the project, continuous follow-up may be undertaken and appropriate revisions in the Guidelines may be deliberated upon by the APEC Member Economies and thereafter agree to integrate the same in the Guidelines. The continuous updating of the Guidelines will ensure that contents remain relevant and that future Economies will be able to benefit from knowledge and lessons learned.  Under a possible (follow-up) APEC project with self-funding component, the Philippines will initiate the publication of the updated Guidelines after three years (short term) of implementation. Data requests from member economies will be done through surveys and questionnaires and an integration workshop to report on progress as well as on policy and program measures undertaken by member economies to implement the Guidelines will be convened. The updated Guidelines will be published in accordance with APEC Guidelines on publications and copyrights.

As part of sustainability initiatives, the Project Overseer is expected to provide regular updates under the Notable Development Agenda of the EWG.

Project Overseers

Project Overseer Information and Declaration:

Name: Loreta G. Ayson
Title: Undersecretary
Organization: Department of Energy
Postal address: Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1632, Philippines
Tel: (63-2) 4792900
E-mail: lgayson@doe.gov.ph

Undersecretary Ayson is the designated Philippine Senior Official on Energy (SOE) Leader for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) and other DOE international cooperation engagements, including European Union Switch Asia Programme – Policy Support Component in the Philippines.

Among the completed projects handled by Undersecretary Ayson were the Asian Development Bank-funded Philippine Energy Efficiency Project (PEEP) where she served as the Project Director and the UNDP-funded Philippine Efficient Lighting Market Transformation Project (PELMATP) where she was the Chairperson of its Policy Advisory Board.  She was also the National Director of the UNIDO-Funded Philippine Industrial Energy Efficiency Project (PIEEP).

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Direct labor funded by APEC will consist of the consultant and consultant’s support staff. The consultant will be selected competitively via an APEC Request for Proposals.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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