Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

EWG 20 2015A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

EWG 20 2015A 

Project Title

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2015 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

138,948 

Co-funding Amount

31,686 

Total Project Value

170,634 

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)

Viet Nam 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/10/2015 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Pham Quynh Mai 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director General of the Multilateral Trade Policy Department 

Organization 1

Ministry of Industry and Trade 

Postal Address 1

54 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoan Kiem Dist, Hanoi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-4 22205522 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

Maipq@moit.gov.vn 

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

Pham Quynh Mai 

Project Summary

The two-day “APEC Public – Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy” is expected to be organized in the 2nd quarter of 2016 in Viet Nam in response to the “APEC Statement on Promoting Renewable and Clean Energy (RCE) Trade and Investment” by AMM 2014, which reflects APEC’s multi-year priority - APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy. The Dialogue aims at (i) Identifying impediments, obstacles to trade and investment in renewable and clean energy from the perspectives of governments, investors, international institutions, finance,…; (ii) Discussing, sharing experiences and best practices in addressing the impediments and promoting trade and investment in renewable and clean energy, which aims at building capacity for governments’ officials who are directly/indirectly involved in the policy making or implementation process; (iii) making recommendations to APEC on how to promote trade and investment in renewable and clean energy; and (iv) seek opportunities for cooperation in the renewable and clean energy industries in the APEC region.

The Dialogue’s outcomes and recommendations will be reported to EWG and APEC for further discussion and implementation.

The project falls under Rank 2 (projects that directly support APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy) of the APEC Funding Criteria 2015.

Relevance

Since conventional energy is being limited, fast depleted, non – renewable and  considered resulting in greenhouse gas emission (GHG) and adverse climate change, renewable energy is widely recognized not only as an efficient replacement but a tool to “address many other pressing needs, including: improving energy security; reducing the health and environmental impacts associated with fossil and nuclear energy; mitigating greenhouse gas emissions; improving educational opportunities; creating jobs; reducing poverty; and increasing gender equality” (according to Renewable Energy 2014 – Global Status Report). 

Despite the fact that the advantages and importance of renewable energy are being significantly aware, in reality, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), only about 11% of world marketed energy consumption is from renewable energy sources (biofuels, biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar and wind). Since most forms of renewable energy features intermittent nature, high capital investment, not able to be built anywhere, large land usage, financing, limited locations, long gestation time, regulations, etc., it makes higher cost compared to fossil fuel energy sources, which prevented the higher penetration of clean energy as compared to the non-renewable sources of energy. The fact raises the concern that promoting trade and investment in renewable energy through harnessing the private sector/investors’ engagement and the public sector’s facilitation might efficiently contribute to address the issues. 

In that effort, the project will focus on public – private dialogue on addressing the impediments to trade and investment in renewable and clean energy products, to make renewable energy more advantageous, competitive, and attractive through discussing, sharing experiences and best practices in promoting trade and investment in renewable and clean energy, from various issues such as regulations, financing, incentives, subsidies, technical issues, etc. 

APEC is home to 21 member economies with diversified economic levels but in fast economic growth in common. Reliable sources of energy are important to all the member economies for the stability and prosperity. As some certain APEC member economies have very well done in developing renewable energy, some have certain advantages and potentials though still in the process of development, it is worth that APEC take the leading roles in identifying the difficulties and addressing the barriers to promote trade and investment in renewable and clean energy, contributing to the objectives of green and sustainable growth in the APEC region. 

As the project is related to promoting energy efficiency in general, renewable energy in particular, this falls under the rank 2 of the APEC Funding Criteria.

Objectives

The APEC Public – Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy aims at the following objectives: 

1) Identifying impediments, obstacles to the trade and investment in renewable and clean energy from the perspectives of governments, investors, international institutions, finance, and businesses in the sector;

2) Discussing, sharing experiences and best practices in addressing the impediments to promote trade and investment in renewable and clean energy, which aims at building capacity for governments’ , local authorities’ officials who are directly/indirectly involved in the policy making or implementation process;

3) Making practical recommendations to APEC on how to promote trade and investment in renewable and clean energy; and

4) Seeking cooperation opportunities among APEC’s member economies and various stakeholders.

Alignment

Energy in general and Renewable & Clean Energy (RCE) in particular have been on APEC’s high agenda for the past time given its importance to APEC’s stability, security and prosperity. It has been reflected in a large number of APEC’s important statements, strategies, and work plans, etc. Most recently among those is the 2014 APEC Ministerial Meetings’ annex B “APEC Statement on Promoting RCE Trade and Investment”, which clearly states  APEC’s Ministers’ commitments to undertake the followings: “Promote market openness by further addressing trade barriers on RCE products among APEC member economies, work together to fight against all forms of trade protectionism in the RCE sector and deepen our cooperation on monitoring and resisting protectionist measures”; and “Engage the private sector and academia more deeply and frequently in RCE related policymaking to support APEC cooperation and create more cooperative opportunities for RCE industries among APEC economies”; and “We are committed to create an enabling environment for RCE trade and investment to contribute to sustainable development and common prosperity in the Asia Pacific region. We direct officials to develop knowledge sharing and capacity-building activities relevant to implementing these actions, including exchanging views, experiences, and best practices to promote RCE trade and investment”.

The APEC Leaders have endorsed the above mentioned APEC Ministerial Statement on RCE. 

This project directly responses to the APEC’s priority for promoting RCE Trade and Investment as it contributes to addressing the impediments to RCE trade and investment through exchanging views, experiences, and best practices and creating cooperative opportunities for RCE industries among APEC economies. 

At the working group level, the Energy Working Group (EWG) has released the Strategic Plan for the period 2014 – 2018. EWG visions to “transition to a lower carbon economy through the continued development of cleaner energy sources and technologies, and improved energy efficiency through commercially viable technologies, and effective policies and practices adopted by an ever increasing number of cities and communities”. The Strategic Plan also stated to develop cleaner energy sources by  “supporting the UN Secretary General’s SE4ALL initiative by endeavouring to double the share of renewables from 2010 levels in the APEC energy mix, including in power generation, by 2030 and increasing the number and type of renewable energyprojects”. Apparently, the project is in line with the EWG’s Strategic Plan for 2014 – 2018 as it directly contributes to the goals of significantly increasing renewable energy in the APEC energy mix share through boosting trade and investment in renewable energy.

TILF/ASF Justification

The project seeks APEC Support Fund (ASF) – Energy Sub-fund. 

The project directly provides capacity building for the APEC member economies, especially the developing ones in promoting trade and investment liberalization and facilitation in RCE. It is widely considered that developing economies at its high and fast speed of development will require a great and stable supply of energy. RCE is regarded as a stable and reliable energy supply in the long term for developing economies, however, in the contrary to developed ones, many developing ones will find it difficult to promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation in RCE owing to their lack of experiences in policy promulgation, human resources, or other necessary sources. From this project, the governments’ officials, investors, experts from the APEC member economies, especially from the APEC developing economies will have the opportunity to exchange, share and discuss  experiences, best practices in promoting trade and investment in RCE, which in turn enhance the skills and experiences of the governments officials, investors in the process of policy making, consultation and implementation.

Based on the selection criteria, the right speakers and participants will be invited to present and attend the Dialogue. These people might be able to train or exchange experiences with other people in their organizations after the Dialogue. 

To make sure that the project supports capacity buillding needs of APEC developing economies, the organizers will also consider inviting experienced speakers/ experts from the developing economies to present the challenges, share experiences in RCE trade and investment.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: Under this project, a 2 day “APEC Public – Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy” will be held to provide the platform for the participants to share, discuss related issues in RCE promotion of trade and investment. The Dialogue’s Agenda will be designed to make sure it addresses the concerns of APEC’s member economies/participants; and experienced experts in RCE from the public, private sectors and academia will be selected and invited to present, aiming to bring about the most benefits to the the participants. 

During the Dialogue, all the speakers and participants will have the chance to discuss and present their views on what and how APEC should do to promote RCE as the next steps. These recommendations will be compiled and attached to the Dialogue’s report for APEC’s consideration for further action. 

Following the completion of the Dialogue, a report will be made and circulated to all the speakers and participants as well as delivered to IEG and other APEC relevant committees, working groups for further discussion, follow-up. 

Outcomes: After the Dialogue, the participants who are governments’ officials, investors, academia involved in the RCE in some aspects (policy making, implementation, doing business in RCE, research, etc.,) might have the chance to exchange what they have learnt from the Dialogue with their colleagues, bosses. The good experiences, best practices of promoting trade and investment in RCE, hence, are able to be more widespread among competent and/or authorized people in the field in APEC’s member economies. 

It is worth noting that promoting trade and investment in RCE is becoming an invitable trend and on high agenda of APEC since it is widely discussed in the agenda of EWG and EGRNET. The 12th APEC Energy Ministerial Meeting, held on 13th October 2015, in Cebu, Philippines also issues the statements on climate-proofing energy infrastructures, avenues for promoting cutting edge energy efficiency technologies, community-based clean energies to help alleviate poverty, and most importantly, facilitating energy trade and investment in the APEC community.

This project will provide inputs to not only policy makers among APEC member economies but also to EWG and EGRNET. As the project will target to people who have certain position in the industry, it is expected that the outcomes of discussionat the Dialogue will be brought back home to serve as good reference for policy making process. 

In the medium and long term, it is expected to bring about some positive changes (if needed and necessary, in appropriate situations) to the policy, regulation promulgation and implementation, business practices of RCE trade and investment. This change is expected to take place gradually rather than immediately.

Beneficiaries:
 The selection criteria will be set to make sure that right participants will attend and benefit most as well as be able to bring about significant changes after the Dialogue’s completion. The criteria might include, but not limited to:

1) Governments’, local authorities’ officials who are directly/indirectly involved in the policy making and implementation processes. The Ministries of Energy and/or of Trade and/orInvestment from APEC member economies will be invited to the Dialogue. 

2) Investors who are involved in renewable energy industries; Firms delivering renewable energy.Representatives from energy especially RCE associations, big firms in RCE industries (GE, Vestas, etc.,) will be invited to attend as participants or speakers/experts to the Dialogue.

3) Academia, finance people, international organizations, associations who are keen on or have business in renewable and clean energy.

4) The speakers are expected to have at least 5 year experience in the industry; the Organizer will encourage APEC member economies to nominate experienced participants to attend the Workshop.

By participating in the Dialogue, they will have the opportunity to listen to and exchange with speakers who are government’ officials, experts or businessmen/investors in RCE to learn the failure/success lessons and consider applying in their own economy’s, business’ circumstances if appropriate. 

The participants also can raise the voice on their concerns, recommendations that might be taken into account at a proper stage. 

Dissemination

The Dialogue’s report will be published on the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Viet Nam’s and APEC’s website for reference and for widespread usage and saving cost.

Hard copies will be providead to all the Dialogue’s participants. Electronic publication will also be used to disseminate the Dialogue’s documents widely.  APEC’s official website will be the main one to upload the documents. Other Vietnamese Ministries’ websites (e.g: Ministry of Industry and Trade) could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website.

A press release on the Dialogue will be published on Vietnam’s media mass (Viet Nam News, Viet Nam News Agency, etc.,). It will also be sent to energy associations, RCE associations, research centers, etc. to attract the attention to the event to encourage people to visit the documents online.

The target audience includes those who are interested in, involved directly or indirectly in RCE from APEC member economies and outside. 

There is no intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

Gender issue is seriously taken into account by the project proponent. Women are involved in the development of this proposal and both men and women will get equal opportunity to participate in the project implementation including in the process of preparatory stage, consultation and direct labours, etc. In addition, to address gender concern and make sure that men and women are engaged efficiently in the Dialogue, the evaluation form delivered at the end of the Dialogue will include information on gender to aggregate for project assessment. 

Female participation as speakers or delegates to the Dialogue will be encouraged based on the highest efficiency of the project, therefore, the percentage of female speakers and participants will be decided at a later stage. However, the organizers will make sure that women are most encouraged and created favorable conditions to take part in and contribute to the Dialogue by disseminating information and invitation to as many women as possible. For example, invitations will be sent through APEC PPWE (Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy), female business associations of Viet Nam and APEC member economies if available to invite and draw their attention to the Dialogue.  

Female industry leaders will be prioritized to be invited as speakers to the Dialogue. Among other criteria such as expertise, experiences, contributions to the industry, female leaders from big RCE enterprises, RCE associations will be prioritized to join and be funded to attend the Dialogue.

Work Plan

Time

Work

June 2015

Develop Concept Note.

Submit the Concept Note, seeking APEC funding.


September 2015

Develop Full Proposal. Circulate and kindly invite APEC member economies (EWG) to provide the QAF. Incorporate and revise the Project Proposal as advised by the QAF.


September – October 2015 2015

Submit to Secretariat. Incorporate comments, revise the Project Proposal as  as advised by the Secretariat.


1st quarter of 2016

Organize the Dialogue:

- Develop the Agenda (The consultant will develop the Agenda; circulate the agenda for comment);

- Invite Speakers, participants. The Organizer will consult with cosponsoring economies to set the selection criteria to invite speakers and participants. Support with preparatory steps related to APEC’s requirements;

-  Prepare the logistics for the hosting (meeting venue, employ staffs, proceed other necessary arrangements, ...)

- Organize the Dialogue;

- Report the Dialogue’s outcome to APEC and make recommendations for next steps; Circulate to all the speakers and participants before delivering to the EWG.

Risks

One of the risks is to ensure a selection of good speakers in order to make the most of the Dialogue. The speakers should be, but not limited to, authority officials to represent government; representatives from multinational corporations, big enterprises and investors to raise voice of business sector; academics, experts in RCE, from other relevant organizations, which aim to reflecting points of views from various perspectives. The Organizers will work closely with co-sponsoring economies to nominate and invite the most suitable speakers for the Dialogue.

Another concern is to choose the right participants to the Dialogue. To make sure that right participants are nominated to attend the Dialogue, the Organizers will consult with co-sponsoring economies to set general criteria for participants. Participants should be government officials who are directly or indirectly involved in the policy making, management or implementation; academic or economic experts who have good background and experiences in RCE. Business sectors are encouraged to attend the Dialogue, especially representatives from big investors. To ensure the results, invitations will be sent through different fora in APEC including CTI and ABAC. For the host economy, the Dialogue is free open to business sector including business associations; apart from officials from governmentand local authorities. 

Another concern is how to avoid overlapping with previous projects. The PO has noted that last year the APEC Commitee on Trade and Investment (CTI) held the Public - Private Dialogue on Renewable and Clean Energy (RCE)Trade and Investment in Beijing on 11 August 2014. The CTI’s Dialogue addressed the issues of trade and investment in RCE as part of APEC’s efforts to promote the implementation of Environmental Goods and Services (EGS). So as to mitigate the overlappings as well as serve as a further step to take advantages of the previous project, the PO/consultant will work closely with China and other cosponsoring economies to make sure that the former project’s outcomes will be taken into account; the agenda will be designed to further investigate into new aspects of the issues, avoiding the overlapping.

Monitoring and Evaluation

All speakers and participants will be requested to provide feedback on the efficiency and outcomes of the Dialogue whether the objectives are met, whether the information sharing is able to bring about changes after its completion and how. 

The speakers and participants will be requested to provide feedback by filling in the evaluation form, delivered at the end of the Dialogue. 

The following information will be collected to measure/assess progress and impact: 

1) The first indicator to be used is to assess whether the Dialogue meets its set objectives. This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the Dialogue (using evaluation form) and whether the Dialogue is able to produce practical recommendations to be submitted to relevant APEC committees/WGs/fora.

2) The second indicator can be whether the Dialogue has accommodated right participants and there have been representatives of both public and private  sectors. It is expected that the balance between the public and private sectors ranges from 50% - 50% or at least 40% – 60%.

3) The third indicator can be the quality of speakers; this can be assessed by compiling comments of participants in the evaluation forms.

4) The forth indicator relates to gender issue: How many female participants can attend and learn knowledge/experiences at the Dialogue and how many female speakers can come and share their expertise and experiences. It is expected to accommodate from 30% to 40% of female participants to attend the Dialogue. 

5) The fifth one is communication indicator in order to know how widely the Dialogue’s materials will be disseminated to interested groups in APEC: it is planned that presentations and documents of the Dialogue will be made available via the APEC Meeting Document Database. The Project’s Report will be presented to CTI, IEG, ABAC for consideration. The PO will check with APEC Secretariat to make sure that the materials of the Dialogue will be uploaded to the APEC AIMP; the PO will also be responsible for sending the report to APEC’s relevant working groups.

6) The sixth indicator will assess the possibility of recommendation implementation. This indicatior will be incorporated in the evaluation form to assess the possibility of recommendation implementation by the participants themselves. The PO can compile inputs to reflect in the final report.

Linkages

To make sure that relevant groups within APEC are engaged and contribute to the outcomes of the Dialogue, the Organizer will work closely with the EWG to seek support related to developing the agenda, inviting experts in RCE to attend and speak at the Dialogue, as well as cooperate to raise issues or initiatives of concern for further action during and after the Dialogue.

Apart from IEG, the Organizers will deliver the information about the Dialogue (objectives, agenda, etc.,) to CTI to collect comments and inputs for the Dialogue. CTI can be involved directly in the project by working with the Organizer including but not limited to giving inputs to the agenda, nominating speakers and participants, commenting on the report and propose action for next step. 

ABAC will also be invited to get involved in the project, especially in nominating speakers and participants to attend the Dialogue. The organizer also seek the possibility that following this Dialogue, the two sides will consider proposing a joint initiative if possible to promote the trade and investment in RCE. 

Other international organizations such as ADB, WB, OECD, ICTSD will also be invited as guest speakers and/or participants to the Dialogue to raise their experiences in promoting trade and investment on RCE. 

In the past time, energy in general and RCE in particular have been on APEC’s high agenda, reflecting APEC member economies’ concerns in balancing the needs for economic growth and sustainable development in the long term. Many projects related to promotion of RCE have been in place. These projects touch upon on various aspects of promotion of RCE in the APEC region, from general issues such as sharing best practices to financing renewable energy, promoting renewable energy, model of low carbon economy, nexus of food – water – energy, etc., to specific issues namely:  how to promote wind energy, solar energy, tidal energy, etc. 

This project - “APEC Public – Private Dialogue on Promoting Trade and Investment in Renewable and Clean Energy” focuses on addressing challenges in promoting trade and investment in RCE (including but not limited to regulations, financing, incentives, subsidies, technical issues, etc), then, sharing experiences, best practices, success case studies in promoting RCE. Perspectives from the public – private sectors will be in the spotlight to reflect their own views and needs for capacity building. 

APEC remains the best platform to raise the issue of promoting trade and investment in RCE. As the most dynamic and fast developing region in the world and many of the APEC member economies have good experiences as well as potentials for RCE development, APEC should pioneer in sharing experiences in tackling challenges and promoting trade and investment in RCE, for the sake of long term growth and sustainability.

Sustainability

Following the Dialogue, participants are expected to have a deep understanding of current status, challenges and potentials of RCE trade and investment in the region. It also provides the opportunity for the participants to share, discuss experiences in promoting trade and investment in RCE. In particular, the participants from the public sector might be able to consider, compare, analyze and recommend to the policy makers how to improve the regulations to mobilize and harness the potentials to promote RCE. For those from the private sector, it is a good opportunity to raise their voice in the issues, in turn, to be reflected accordingly in the policies, regulations. 

To make sure that the Dialogue meets its objectives, the organizer will seek approval from IEG for the recommendations in particular and the report in general.  Based on the recommendations from member economies, the organizer will consider proposing new activities/initiatives to follow up the outcome of the project. 

The Organizer also considers proposing the phase 2 of the project based on the participants’ recommendations. The networking will be used to review the implementation of recommendations.

Project Overseers

Ms. Pham Quynh Mai
Viet Nam SOM to APEC
Deputy Director General
Multilateral Trade Policy Department
Ministry of Industry and Trade
Viet Nam
Add: 54 Hai Ba Trung Street, HoanKiem District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Tel: (84-4) 2220 5522
Email: MAIPQ@MOIT.GOV.VN

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The Project Overseer seeks APEC funding to support 8 speakers in total for the 2-day Dialogue.

Consultant: will work with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda; conduct researches, collect, analyze and synthesize data; develop curriculum for the Dialoguer; take notes; develop and finalize the report of the Dialogue with recommendations; work as a coordinator in all substantive matters (245 hours total), seek APEC Funding.

Short-term staffs (clerks): will handle logistics arrangements for the organization of the Dialogue (585 hours total – 3 staffs), seek APEC Funding.

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants – to encourage participation in the project as many speakers and participants are not able to attend the Dialogue because of reimbursement. 

Simultaneous interpretation

Vietnamese speakers and local participants are invited to the Dialogue, many of them are not English speaking and not good at English.

The Project Overseer seeks APEC funding to cover the fees of simultaneous interpretation for the Dialogue. Simultaneous interpretation is very important for this project as many Vietnamese are experts in energy, especially in renewable energy, however, not many of them are English fluent.  The Organizer will prioritize to invite Vietnamese speakers with good command of English but cannot guarantee. The waiver is just for speakers who are not fluent in English speaking.

Waiver is sought to invite 8 speaker to the Dialogue

PO requests for funding of 8 speakers (2) for both days. In order to make this project a success, the PO strongly believes that experts from public and academic sectors should be invited to share their studies’ outputs and experiences relating to promotion of trade and investment in RCE. Their inputs will still be required during the last session that will include discussions of the participating APEC economies on recommendations of the Dialogue to the EWG.

The number of speakers if reaches 8 will be discussed and decided by the Program Director based on case by case.  The PO will provide justification for the PD’s decision.

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