Project Title

Case Studies on the Best Practices of Wind Energy Development in APEC Region 

Project Year

2015   

Project Number

EWG 24 2015A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

EWG 24 2015A 

Project Title

Case Studies on the Best Practices of Wind Energy Development in APEC Region 

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

196,120 

Co-funding Amount

24,650 

Total Project Value

220,770 

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

China; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2015 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2016 

Project Proponent Name 1

Pham Quynh Mai 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director General 

Organization 1

Ministry of Industry and Trade 

Postal Address 1

54 Hai Ba Trung street, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

84-4 22205522 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

maipq@moit.gov.vn and patbeo81@gmail.com 

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 project is designed to, through holding a series of case studies and information exchange seminar on wind energy development, raise understanding and awareness of opportunities for wind energy development within APEC economies; share experience, lessons and opinions on balancing economic, environmental, and social objectives.The practices and experiences shared on the selected cases among APEC members will help economies promote and facilitate wind energy development in their home economies, and help APEC to explore effective and appropriate ways to further develop this renewable energy source.

To effectively conduct this project, about 5 case studies will be done within APEC economies. The case studies will be conducted from November 2015 to June 2016. The concluding seminar of two days will be held in Viet Nam in the third quarter of 2016.

Relevance

Relevance - Region: As a result of significant increase in industrial and population growth in recent decades, there has been a big  increase in global demand for energy. Sources of nuclear energy, conventional energy such as oil, coal, natural gas, firewood, etc., have for long been a popular way to feed the world demand thanks to either its cheap price or easy usage, availability or all. However, in comparison to other kinds of energy, renewable energy, including wind energy is renewable, limitless, sustainable and environmental friendly. Wind energy is a free, renewable resource, so no matter how much is used today, there will still be the same supply in the future. Wind energy is also a source of clean, non-polluting, electricity. Unlike conventional power plants, wind plants emit no air pollutants or greenhouse gases.

Though awareness of the importance and advantages of wind energy is raised, it is still difficult to produce wind energy on large scale and/or reduce the price. Firstly, wind energy features unstable source and only feasible in some certain natural areas which have plenty of wind and spacious land, hence, it is not easily applicable widely. Secondly, it requires high and complicated technology to deploy wind energy on large scale. Thirdly, it is quite expensive because of high maintenance cost and limited use.

APEC is home to 21 member economies of diversified development levels but on fast growth in common. Reliable sources of energy remain important to all member economies for the sake of stability and prosperity. The implementation of the project will help to achieve APEC’s shared green growth objectives through information and experience sharing on the cases of best practices in wind energy development.

The project is designed to, through holding a series of case studies and information exchange seminar on wind energy development, raise understanding and awareness of opportunities for wind energy development within APEC economies; share experience, lessons and opinions on balancing economic, environmental, and social objectives whistle developing wine energy etc. The practices and experiences shared on the selected cases among APEC members will help economies promote and facilitate wind energy development in their home economies, and help APEC to explore effective and appropriate ways to further develop this renewable energy source.

Relevance – Rank: This project directly supports the APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy, as it will help to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and low carbon technology. Therefore, this project is ranked 2.

Objectives

1) To undertake five case studies in selected APEC economies to explore good practices in wind energy development and raise understanding on various aspects of wind energy development, including, the role and forms of legislations and regulations, how stakeholders (the public sector, investors, NGOs, local communities, etc.) react to environmental and social impacts of wind energy development;

2) To conduct an information sharing a 2-day Seminar at the conclusion of the research element to increase awareness and share lessons of wind energy development in the Asia Pacific Region. These information shall be practical and pragmatic, and will also cover the government's laws and regulations, the corporate strategies, etc.

3) To suggest recommendations to APEC economies on the way forward to develop wind energy.

4) To produce a report for APEC publication summarizing the case studies and the seminar’s discussions and recommendations.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: In 2011, the APEC Leader clearly states to promote green growth: “We are committed to advancing our shared green growth objectives.  We can and must address both the region’s economic and environmental challenges by speeding the transition toward a global low-carbon economy in a way that enhances energy security and creates new sources of economic growth and employment.” 

The APEC Leaders, once again, are committed to strengthening APEC Energy Security, clearly state in the 2012 Declaration: “Promote technology development and deployment of a low-emission energy supply including carbon capture, storage and use, and renewable energy sources such as bioenergy from sustainable wind sources”.

Through undertaking five case studies in selected APEC economies and a 2-day Seminar to explore good practices in wind energy development and raise understanding on various aspects of wind energy development, including, the role and forms of legislations and regulations, etc. the project would contribute directly to the commitments of APEC Leaders to “speed up the transition toward a low – carbon economy”, and “promote development and deployment of a low – emission energy supply” that “enhance energy security and create new sources of economic growth and employment”.

Alignment – Forum: This project will contribute to the APEC Energy Security Initiative (ESI) as it is the principal mechanism through which the EWG addresses the short and long term energy security challenges in a sustainable manner. In particular, this project is one of the long-term measures (including renewable energy). This project is also in line with EWG Strategic Plan during 2014-2018 as it contributes to EWG’s pillars of strengthening energy security, promoting energy efficiency as well as developing cleaner energy sources.

TILF/ASF Justification

This project seeks APEC Support Fund (ASF).

Renewable energy, including wind energy, is a new industry in most of APEC developing economies. Given their less developed infrastructure and the limited resources, APEC developing economies are relatively inexperienced in wind energy projects.

Through case studies development and holding a Seminar, this project aims to share advantages, disadvantages, obstacles and recommendations on how to remove the obstacles and facilitate the development of wind energy. Since APEC will fund up to 2 participants from each travel eligible economy to attend the Seminar, it is expected that these participants will absorb and withdraw experiences from the Seminar to develop this new kind of renewable energy sources in their home economies.

The Seminar’s agenda will include (i) presentations of outcomes of the case studies, and (ii) presentations from developed and developing economies (government officials, think-tanks, scholars, business representatives) as well as experienced speakers from international organizations. In this sense, APEC developing economies will be able to perceive various perspectives from a wide range of knowledgeable and experienced speakers.

All the findings and outcomes of this project will be shared with all the APEC economies, to enable them to learn both of the successful and unsuccessful experiences (advantages, disadvantages, obstacles). The capacity building that will result from the Seminar will enable developing APEC member economies to take full advantage and reap experiences in the development of wind energy in their own economies.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: One of the outputs will be 5 case studies in selected APEC member economies. It is expected that case studies will be conducted by independentresearchers regarding wind energy development in various APEC economies (USA, Japan, New Zealand, 2 case studies in ASEAN). Researchers are encouraged to suggest recommendations in their case studies. All case studies will be compiled in a paper, which will be discussed at the Seminar held as a part of this project.

Another output is a 2-day Seminarheld inHa Noi,Viet Nam in 2016. The Organizing Committee will invite researchers to come and present their case studies (output 1). In addition, suitable speakers from international organizations, agencies, academics and government sector will also be invited to (i) comment on the case studies, (ii) share information and best practices, (iii) identify key recommendations onpromotingwind energy development. Furthermore, the Seminar is an opportunity for networking and matching potential partners between wind energy experts. There will also be a session on lessons learned and recommendations suggested by the Seminar’s attendants. These findings will be compiled for sharing and dissemination to APEC related fora and stakeholders.

A report will be produced after the Seminar as one of the project’s outputs. This report may be composed of,but not limited to,the following sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the Seminar; briefings on discussions at the Seminar (possibly including best practices and challenges in promoting wind energy); recommendations made by Seminar attendants and the project consultant. The final report may also design future APEC activities for further collaboration in this area.

A final output of this project is a set of recommendations:

i) Recommendations made by researchers of 5 case studies; and

ii) Recommendations arising from the Seminar. Such recommendations are aimed at suggesting to APEC economies on the ways forward to develop wind energy in individual economies and/or the whole region.

Outcomes: Seminar participants will gain an increased awareness and knowledge on wind energy development. Seminar participants will be encouraged to propose recommendations on further develop wind energy in the APEC region.  They will have the opportunity to raise any useful policy suggestions in practice once returning to their home economies or organizations. 

Similar Seminars maybe held in the future in order to develop wind energy in individual APEC member economies.

A report with 5 case studies of this project will be created as outputs for the project as it will serve as key documents for discussions in the Seminar held in Viet Nam. Recommendations of this project may be submitted to APEC Energy Minister and/or AMM in 2016 for considerations and instructions. APEC members, in accordance with their domestic circumstances, may pursue relevant trade and investment policy actions to apply recommendations from this project to their home economies with view to wind energy development. 

A specific change may occur at a later stage is the development of an action plan which can serve as a reference tool for APEC economies, especially developing ones, in promoting wind energy development through specific steps in policy-making and formulation. 

Beneficiaries:

1) Public Sector (Government agencies in charge of energy in general and wind energy in particular etc);

2) On the public side, energy related-policy makers will be able to formulate reasonable policies to satisfy interests of public and private stakeholders in the energy industry; 

3) Industrial Sector (MNCs, SMEs and related associations in the wind energy industry);

4) Various stakeholders concerned will have a better understanding of the current state-of-play of wind energy development and discuss the way forward to develop this industry;

5) Academic Sector (in the areas of industry, investment, wind energy etc); and

6) Researchers and professors on related subjects will have a better perception on the concept of wind energy development for further research and studies.

PO expects that total 80 participants will attend the Seminar. APEC-funded participants will be selected from travel eligible economies with nominations from EWG representatives. Each economies will be encouraged to send one participant from the public sector and the other participant from the private (or academic) sector to diversify the stakeholders participate in the Seminar. These participants should be directly involved in wind energy development in terms of policies, technologies, business, research etc. PO expects that at least 50% of participants will be from private and academic sectors.

Dissemination

The Organizers intended to publish 100 copies of the report of 5 case studies. This publication will be made in hard copies and CD-ROMs format and will be distributed to Seminar participants. Such hard copies and CD-ROMs will also be sent to the APEC Secretariat for records.

Electronic publication will also be used to disseminate the Seminar's documents widely.  APEC's official website will be the main one to upload the documents.  Other Vietnamese Ministries' websites (eg Ministry of Industry and Trade) could also be used to disseminate the information with hyperlink to APEC website.  Other means of dissemination such as press releases, news coverage and social media also be used.

The project targets governments officials, who are directly or indirectly involved in wind energy development; companies involve in wind energy development; local and international experts in wind energy development; and other types of business sector who are directly or indirectly engaged in wind energy development; as well as interested academic representatives.

No intention to sell outputs arising from this project.

Gender

Gender issuesare addressed by the project proponent. Women are involved in the development of this proposal, and the Project Overseer is a woman. 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 Workshop, the evaluation form delivered at the end of the Workshop will include information on gender to aggregate for project assessment. PO expected that at least 40% of Workshop participants will be female.

To encourage women’s participation in the Workshop, in the General Information note of the event, PO will call for EWG focal points to select and nominate female participants to attend the Workshop. In addition, while seeking for speakers for the Workshop, PO will contact relevant organizations such as “Women in Wind Energy” in the US to find relevant female speaker.

Work Plan

Timeline

Actions

July - October 2015

Submit concept note (then a full project proposal) to APEC for consideration and approval

October 2015

BMC approval

November 2015 – June 2016

Development of case studies in selected APEC member economies (expectations: USA, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam).

-  Develop TORs for the posts of researchers;

-  Work with APEC economies/ resource experts to select researchers;

-  Selection and signing contracts with researchers;

-  Dec 2015 – April 2016: Researchers to undertake case studies (each researcher to write one case study in one APEC economy) and submit 1stdraft to PO for comments from EGNRET and EWG;

-  May – June 2016: Researchers to revise the draft case studies and send 2nd draft to PO for comments from EGNRET and EWG

March – April 2016

Draft the Seminar agenda and circulate it to economies for comment. Economies are strongly encouraged to provide comments on the draft agenda to the Seminar Organizers.

Incorporate the comments and finalize the agenda to reflect all interests by stakeholders.

Invite and secure speakers for the Seminar, from international organizations, research institutes and APEC economies.

Promotion and dissemination of information on the Seminar.

May – June 2016

Invite participants from relevant APEC Ministries/ agencies - academia and research institutes in APEC member economies.

Confirmation of the event details (a General Information document is circulated to EWGrepresentatives for nominating Seminar participants).

Preparation work by the Organizing Committee (logistic and documentation)

July (or August) 2016

Implementation of the 2-day Seminar

Upon the conclusion of the Seminar, researchers to fine-tune the case studies and send PO the final case studies.

September – October 2016

Upon conclusion of the Seminar, event organizers will work with co-sponsors, speakers and other participants to draft a report for the APEC EWG.

Risks

The risks which may involve in implementing this project are as follows:

Risk

Description

Mitigation

Researchers to undertake case studies

Selection of suitable and  prominent candidates with vast experience

Early consultation with co-sponsor economies and interested stakeholders to seek for qualified researchers.

Speakers

Selection of suitable and  prominent candidates with vast experience

Early consultations with international organizations, agencies, and APEC economies in identifying prominent speakers

Cancellation of speakers

Secure back-up speakers for the Seminar and send immediate invitations when there is a cancellation of speaker(s)

Participants

To get quality and quantity from APEC economies

- Consult with co-sponsoring economies to set general criteria for participants and highlight it in the General Information document sent to EWG representatives for nominating Seminar participants;

- If possible, ask APEC travel-eligible economies to designate one delegate from policy-making sector and the other delegate from wind energy association(s) or companies.

Awareness

Dissemination and marketing of the event

To actively market and promote the event through EWG representatives

Logistics and facilities

Restricted selection based on capacity and budget

Early reservation and planning

Monitoring and Evaluation

The Seminar’s Organizers will work closely and regularly with co-sponsor economies in determining the content of the agenda, selection of speakers, moderators, experts and participants for the Seminar. The project will adhere strictly to APEC project implementation procedures, including the timeline of actions.

An evaluation form will be prepared and distributed to all participants as well as the speakers, moderators and experts to assess the effectiveness of the Seminar with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, ideas generated, overall impact and suggestions for further improvement for future projects. The organizing committee will compile all comments to be reflected them in the final report, which will be submitted to EWG for consideration.

The report and Seminar documents will be made available to Seminar participants and the APEC Secretariat, as well as uploaded to the APEC Publication Database. The draft report on the outcome of the Seminar will be sent to the APEC Secretariat for review before finalization.

In order to measure progress, project outcomes and impacts/ successes, various indicators may be used in the forms of pre-event survey, after-event evaluation form, project summary report etc. In particular:

Proposed activity

Potential indicators

Report

At least 5 case studies conducted by independent researchers.

Means: survey, data collection and analysis, desk study etc.

Seminar

(To announce draft report and discuss recommendations from the report and next steps)

Means: Seminar, evaluation form, participant statistics (number, gender, economies, level), stakeholder feedback (comments or grades on how well the project met its objectives), number of recommendations adopted, total  documents distributed etc.

It is expected that the Seminar will attract 80 participants.

Evaluation:

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

2) The second indicator can be whether the Seminar has been participated by right participants and whether there has been a balance among public and private representatives.

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 Seminar and how many female speakers can come and share their expertise and experiences.  Any discussion or case study involving women’s role in development of wind energy will also be included.

5) The fifth one is communication indicator in order to know how widely the Seminar’s materials will be disseminated to interested groups in APEC: it is planned that presentations and documents of the Seminar will be made available via the APEC Meeting Document Database. The Project’s Report will be presented to EGNRET and EWG for consideration.

6) The 6th indicator can be the substance of cases studies, which will be assessed when compiling comments from Seminar participants and commentators.

Linkages

Engagement: During the implementation process, collaboration will be made through close contacts with other organizations (ASEAN, WB, ADB, OECD, IADB etc.) as well as other APEC fora (IEG, CTI, ABAC) to assure that this project will add value to previous activities.

Previous Work: Given its strategic importance, advantages and disadvantages, renewable energy, including wind energy, has been on high agenda in APEC. The Workshop might utilize the findings or built on the outcomes of following APEC projects:

1) APEC Workshop on Promoting the Development of Wind Energy (EWG 14-2013A);

2) APEC Workshop on Promoting the Development of Wind Energy, phase 2 – Public Private Partnership for Wind Energy Development (EWG 15-2015A);

Project EWG 14-2013A focused on sharing experiences, discussing and exchanging informationon promoting wind energy. Project EWG 15-2015A dealt with practical experiences relating to advantages, disadvantages, obstacles and recommendations on how to remove the obstacles and facilitate the development of wind energy through PPP.

It will add value to previous projects by particularly focuses on case studies on best practices in wind energy development.Case studies and presentations at the Seminar will be encouraged to provide recommendations on next steps as well as on how to address economies’ specific needs to promote wind energy.

APEC’s Comparative Advantage: As mentioned above, APEC is the best source of funding for this project because APEC persistently and strongly pursues sustainable growth through the APEC Leaders’ Growth Strategy, which specifies sustainable growth as “promotion of energy efficiency and low carbon technology, development of renewable energy and alternative energy sources”. This project completely contributes to the course of development of renewable energy and alternative energy sources.

Sustainability

After the Seminar takes place, the Project Organizers will work with consultants, researchers and speakers to develop recommendations for concrete, future steps that are selected based on the input provided by the Seminar. These recommendations will be sent to EWG. EWG will consider and if possible, endorse the recommendations as well as the follow-up activities developed from the Seminar.

The Seminar materials will be available for use by participants, economies, stakeholders and beneficiaries long after the project has been completed, through its availability as a handout document and online at no cost on the AIMP. Further, the information and experience gathered at the Seminar will contribute towards developing economies’ capacity with regards to wind energy development. In the short term, future actions on this area may lead to a development of a guidebook or reference toolkit on measures to develop wind energy. References, presentations, and recommendations from this Seminar may form a good baseline for such guidebook and/or toolkit. Seminar speakers and participants are also valuable resources to get inputs or experts for future survey, questionnaires, field trips or other activities. It is also expected that the lessons and experiences from Seminar will have positive impacts and enhance the development of wind energy.To measure such impacts, questionnaires circulated to Seminar participants will include a question on possible impact after the Seminar. In addition, evaluation of participants’ understanding and impacts will be conducted by a post-event survey after completion of the Seminar.

The outcomes and recommendations of this Seminar may be used as the input for future projects/ studies in EWG.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseers will be:

1) Ms. Pham Quynh Mai, Deputy Director General of the Multilateral Trade Policy Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade of Viet Nam. Mrs. Pham Quynh Mai got her Master Degree in the University of Sussex, the United Kingdom. She was the Vice Chair of the CTI in 2006. Since 2011, she has been the Acting Senior Official of Viet Nam for APEC in several APEC Senior Official Meetings.

Tel: 84-4-22205522
Fax: 84-4-22202525
Email: maipq@moit.gov.vn

2) Ms. Vu Lien Huong, Director, General Affairs Division, Multilateral Trade Policy Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade of Viet Nam

Tel: 84-4-22205422
Fax: 84-4-22202525
Email: patbeo81@gmail.com

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The Project Overseer seeks APEC funding to support 7 speakers in total for the 2-day Seminar.

Researchers: will be responsible for developing case studies (conduct researches, collect, analyse and synthesize data) as 1st component of this project. Each researcher will be contracted to undertake one case study. Duration for case study development is 5 months. Case studies have to be submitted to the Organizers by the end of May 2016 at the latest.(Lump sum: 13,000 USD for developing one case study), seek APEC funding.

Consultant: will work with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda; take notes; develop and finalize the report of the Seminar with recommendations; work as a coordinator in all substantive matters (240 hours total), seek APEC Funding.

Secretaries: will assist consultant to organize the Seminar (substance and paperwork) (350 hours total), self-fund.

Short-term staffs (clerks): will handle all logistics and most of administrative arrangements for the organization of the Seminar (500 hours total), seek APEC Funding.

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

Travel airfare, per diem for speakers, active participants – to encourage participation in the project.
 

Waiver to separate contracts of researchers

Due to time constraint of this project as well as differences in current situation in wind energy development in each APEC member economies, it will be difficult to call for bidding for an institution to take the role of making a single report that includes5 case studies. Instead, PO requests to separate contracts of researchers so each researcher will be selected and contracted to develop one case study which focus on wind energy development in one APEC member economies.

Waiver to separate contracts of researchers and consultants

i)  Roles and responsibilities of researchers and consultant are different. These persons are also differed in work duration and thus, cannot be put in a single contract.

ii) Project consultant and researchers work independently with close collaboration. From the nature of their work and for transparent purposes, it is reasonable to divide different contracts for these persons. It will also help to avoid burden to the consultant on financial and administrative work.

Fund 7 speakers for the Seminar

PO requests for funding of 7 speakers for both days. As the Seminar will last for 2 days, 7 speakers are needed: 5 speakers for the first day and 2 speakers for the second day. We need all speakers to stay until the end of Seminar because they will contribute to the recommendations of Seminar which is one of the most important outcomes of the project.This request with justification will be sent to PD in charge during implementation process.

5 researchers will be invited as speakers to present the outcomes of their case studies at the Seminar. Other speakers will be invited to (i) comment on the case studies, (ii) share information and best practices, (iii) identify key policy recommendations to promote wind energy in the APEC region.

Waiver to fund simultaneous interpreter (half funding)

Simulteneous interpretation is very important for the effective communication among participants at the Seminar. In all previous EWG events held in Viet Nam, local speakers possess rich experience in energy sector but could not communicate fluently in English.

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