Project Title

APEC Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Promoting Renewable and Clean Energy (RCE) Policies 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

EWG 03 2019A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 03 2019A 

Project Title

APEC Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Promoting Renewable and Clean Energy (RCE) Policies 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Measures (EELCM) 

Project Year

2019 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

100,000 

Co-funding Amount

24,385 

Total Project Value

124,385 

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

Chile; Hong Kong, China; Japan; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/09/2019 

Expected Completion Date

30/09/2020 

Project Proponent Name 1

Pham Quynh Mai 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director General 

Organization 1

Multilateral Trade Policy Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade 

Postal Address 1

54 Hai Ba Trung Street, Ha Noi, Viet Nam 

Telephone 1

(84-24) 22205422 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

maipq@moit.gov.vn; 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

Current APEC data and study indicate a limited proportion of renewable energy in most developed and developing economies. While future energy systems will require high proportions of renewable and clean energy, yet policy is often developed and implemented separately, risking sub-optimal outcomes for government, consumers and business.

This project proposed to hold a 2-day APEC Multi-stakeholder Dialogue on Promoting Renewable and Clean Energy Policies in Viet Nam in 2020. 

Our objective is to bring together officials in renewable and clean energy sector, representatives from the private and academic sectors and other stakeholders to discuss how to support market-driven solutions that deliver integrated energy services to consumers and the built environment. In addition, this project also strives to identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Renewable and clean energy have come to the forefront of the global energy transition as well as in the APEC region. In 2017, APEC Economic Leaders stated that “We resolve to enhance energy security to sustain economic growth in the APEC region. We encourage the facilitation of energy-related trade and investment, enhancement of access to affordable and reliable energy, and promotion of sustainable, efficient, and clean energy sources, which, in particular, would contribute to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.”

According to the APEC Energy Overview (2017), the share of modern renewables to final energy consumption is 7.6%[1]. This indicates a limited proportion of renewable energy in most developed and developing economies.

While future energy systems will require high proportions of renewable and clean energy, yet policy is often developed and implemented separately, risking sub-optimal outcomes for government, consumers and business. For examples, when referring about renewable and clean energy polices and markets, question is raised about how the rights market conditions can be created for optimal results. For examples: in 2010 Viet Nam’s National Assembly passed the Law on Utilizing Energy Efficiently and Effectively and in 2015 Viet Nam’s Prime Minister stipulated the Strategy to Develop Renewable Energy in Viet Nam by 2030, Vision to 2050; but there is no linkage between the 2010 Law and the 2015 Strategy. Same situation can be seen in legislation of other economies where renewable energy laws/ policies have been developed and implemented independently with laws/ policies on clean energy.    

Viet Nam, therefore, proposes to hold an APEC Multi-stakeholder Dialogue on Promoting Renewable and Clean Energy Policies, which will bring together officials in renewable and clean energy sector, representatives from the private and academic sectors and other stakeholders to discuss how to promote renewable and clean energy, supporting market-driven solutions that deliver integrated energy services to consumers and the environment.

This project also strives to identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages. An important linkage between fossil and renewable energy comes from the fact that current fast reacting natural gas turbines can provide a critical role in addressing the operational variability problems that are associated with linking large renewable energy based systems into existing electric girds. The electrical based output of renewable energy systems based on wind or solar photovoltaic technologies can change quickly due to clouds or natural changes in wind speed which can in turn cause overall grid power stability problems.  However, fast response gas turbine power systems can pick up the lost power production, quickly stabilizing the electric grid and thus permitting a larger overall penetration of renewable energy systems on the grid.

This important coupling of fossil and renewable energy has not been addressed in detail in past APEC reports which have tended to concentrate on either the potential of only fossil energy systems or only renewable energy systems.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: Low Carbon and Energy Efficiency Sub-fund focused on project that will contribute to achieving APEC's aggregate energy intensity reduction goal of 45% by 2035 which was agreed at the APEC Leaders Meeting in Honolulu in 2011. By promoting renewable and clean energy policies, the project will ultimately contribute to wiser and more efficient use of energy and therefore, to APEC's aggregate energy intensity reduction goal of 45% by 2035.

This project is also in line with APEC 2019 Priority on Sustainable Growth, which mentioned that “Energy cooperation has become an increasingly important agenda item for APEC. Today we see the development of technology and new technical procedures having a positive impact on the generation, transmission and distribution of energy. Cheaper and cleaner energy impacts directly on economic activities, on the environment and on the general welfare of society. In APEC Chile 2019 we would like to intensify the work on electromobility and the potential this area has in the Region.”

Relevance – Capacity Building: Through project’s outputs (Dialogue; Summary Report), the proposed project will help to enable participants from member economies - particularly developing economies – to:

1) absorb and share information, good practices and provide recommendations on renewable and clean energy;

2)  learn about suggested draft clean energy legislation models which may be a good reference for their work in drafting energy-related legislation when coming back to their home economies;

Developing economies who will send participants to the Dialogue will benefit most since their participants’ capacities are built while economies that are unable to send participants may somehow get information from uploaded presentations and summary report.


[1] https://aperc.ieej.or.jp/file/2018/6/7/APEC_Energy_Overview_2017.pdf

Objectives

Our objective is to bring together officials in renewable and clean energy sector, representatives from the private and academic sectors and other stakeholders to discuss how to support market-driven solutions that deliver integrated energy services to consumers and the built environment. In addition, this project also strives to identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages.



Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  In 2017, APEC Ministers welcomed “the efforts toward reducing aggregate energy intensity, accelerating clean, efficient, and renewable energy deployment, pursuing sustainable and resilient energy development, and developing diversified, flexible and integrated natural gas market in the Asia-Pacific, which in particular may contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.” They also urged “economies to strengthen coordination and cooperation through sharing best practices, and deploying advanced technologies, including waste recycling.”  By contributing to promote renewable and clean energy policies, this project is designed to implement Ministers’ instructions to accelerate renewable energy development and deployment to attain APEC’s aspirational goal of doubling the share of renewables in the APEC energy mix, including in power generation, from 2010 levels by 2030.

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 ESI, Long-term measures include facilitating investment, trade and technology cooperation in energy infrastructure, natural gas (including LNG), energy efficiency, clean fossil energy (including carbon capture and geological sequestration), renewable energy and hydrogen and fuel cells[1]. Therefore, this project is one of such long-term measures.


TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Output

Description

Dialogue

A 2-day Dialogue held in Viet Nam in 2020.

We expect there will be 6-7 speakers, 3-4 panelists and about 60 participants attending the Dialogue. The first day of the Dialogue will be presentations, followed by Q&A. The 2nd day of the Dialogue will be short presentations, panellist discussions, Q&A and a Session on recommendations.

Discussion topics may include overview on renewable and clean energy (RCE) policies, RCE policies and markets – how to create the right market conditions for optimal results, identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages etc.

In line with Chile’s 2019 priority on women and inclusive growth, PO will also consider to incorporate gender issues into the project event agenda, for example by including an agenda item on the underrepresentation of women in the RCE sector.

The Dialogue will gather various stakeholders such as energy-related government officials, experts from ABAC, academia, the private sector (RCE related companies), energy associations, and international organizations (UNEP, IEA, OECD etc.). These stakeholders should be involved in renewable and clean energy-related activities/ business/ policy-making, studies etc.

Recommendations from the Dialogue will not only include further activities/ initiatives but organizers will also encourage participants to provide recommendations on actionable policy (policies) after the Dialogue that can contribute to achieving the project’s goal.

Summary report

A summary report (ranging from 10 to 15 pages) with outcomes and recommendations from the Dialogue will be presented to EWG. Such report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the Dialogue, including best practices (if any); briefings on discussions at the Dialogue; suggested recommendations made by Dialogue attendants and the project consultant. Participants will provide recommendations by 2 ways: (i) during discussions at the Dialogue, (ii) at the Evaluation forms that are provided at the end of the Dialogue.

This Report will be an APEC Publication.

Targeted audience of the summary report: project attendants, EWG, Expert Group on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EGEE&C) and Expert Group on New and Renewable Technology Technologies (EGNRET) members

Purpose: summarise proceedings, discussions and recommendations at the Dialogue.


Outcomes: 
In the short term, the Dialogue is expected to lead to a strengthened ability of participants, especially regulators and policy-makers, to integrate knowledge and information absorbed from the Dialogue on RCE policies. Participants from developing economies will also have a chance to learn about case studies in economies, from which they can learn and draw lessons, experiences and good practices regarding RCE policies.

In the medium and long term:

- A set of policy/ action recommendations will be developed at the end of the Dialogue. These recommendations will include followed up or additional APEC activities/ initiatives/ actions that APEC should have. This is a resource/ reference guide for APEC economies to consider in developing RCE policies at economy’s or APEC’s level.

- One topic for discussion at the Dialogue is identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages. An important linkage between fossil and renewable energy comes from the fact that current fast reacting natural gas turbines can provide a critical role in addressing the operational variability problems that are associated with linking large renewable energy based systems into existing electric girds. A suggested draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages will be formed after the Dialogue and used as an important reference tool for economies to refer and consider in developing their respective domestic regulation.

Beneficiaries: 

- Governments’ officials and policy-makers from 21 APEC member economies, who are directly involved in renewable and clean energy (RCE). They may come from Department of Energy, Energy Regulatory Body, Renewable Energy Agency, agencies in charge of clean energy/ sustainable growth;

- Local and international experts from academic sector who has experiences in research/ consultancy in wind energy, solar energy, biomass energy, hydro power, clean energy, energy efficiency etc.

- Local and international experts from private sector specialized in technology, consultancy, production etc. in the following sectors: wind energy, solar energy, biomass energy, hydro power, clean energy, energy efficiency etc.

- Representatives from international/ regional organizations such as Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), International Energy Agency (IEA), International Renewable Energy Agency, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), ASEAN etc.

-  Business associations (Renewable Energy Association, Energy Association, Science and Technology Association, New Energy Association, etc.) to share experiences/ views on how to RCE policies.

Dissemination

Hard copies (presentations of the Dialogue) will be provided to all the Dialogue’s participants. Electronic publication (presentations of the Dialogue and project’s summary report) will also be used to disseminate the Dialogue’s documents widely.  APEC’s official website will be the main one to upload the documents (project’s summary report).

A summary report (ranging from 10 to 15 pages) with outcomes and recommendations from the Dialogue will be presented to EWG. Such report will be composed of the following, but not limited to, sections: introduction of the project; briefings of the presentations made at the Dialogue, including best practices (if any); briefings on discussions at the Dialogue; suggested recommendations made by Dialogue attendants and the project consultant. Target audience of the summary report: Dialogue speakers and participants, EWG/ EGNRET/ EGEE&C focal points and other interested persons/ organizations.

APEC Publications Toolkit is guidance on how an APEC report should be written and presented. The summary report should comply with APEC Publication Guidelines, IP Policy, and Logo Guidelines.  Electronic copies of the Dialogue presentations and summary report will also be circulated to Dialogue speakers and participants.

All Dialogue presentations and materials will be uploaded to Google drive (or Dropbox) and the link will be shared with speakers and participants to download prior to the Dialogue.  All the meeting documents may be uploaded at Meeting Document Database (MDDB) after the Dialogue.  Organisers will encourage participants to circulate documents domestically to assure effectiveness in dissemination.  A project's summary report will also be prepared and submitted to the Energy Working Group.


Gender

As found in the recent APEC project PPWE 03 2017A on women in energy:

·    Data collected by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) on gender disparity in the renewable energy sector indicates that women constitute only 32% of the current full-time workforce in the renewable energy sector.

·    Women face persistent barriers to entry and advancement in this sector due to multiple reasons, including a lack of awareness of opportunities, lack of a STEM background, unfavourable workplace policies, perception of gender roles and self-perception. 

·    Despite this discouraging trend, the global energy transition towards a renewable, distributed, decarbonized energy system offers unprecedented opportunities to transform the energy sector, including creating opportunities for social and gender equality.

·    IRENA projects potential job growth in the sector from 10.3 million in 2017 to nearly 29 million in 2050, offering diverse employment opportunities along the value chain requiring different skill sets.

·    Greater engagement of women in the sector can help expand the talent pool available to provide diverse skills and perspectives that would significantly contribute to sustainable energy development.

In line with Chile’s 2019 priority on women and inclusive growth, PO will also consider to incorporate gender issues into the project event agenda, for example by including an agenda item on the underrepresentation of women in the renewable energy sector.

This project can potentially addresses three of the five Gender Criteria (Skills, Capacity Building, Health; Leadership, Agency, Voice; and Innovation and Technology) as detailed in Appendix G of the Guidebook on APEC Projects, Edition 12.

Women will be directly and actively involved in the project. Project proponents of this Dialogue are women. The Dialogue organizers will be careful to include women speakers and participants in the Dialogue.  The organizers will encourage women to be involved during the preparatory stage and actual activity. Invitations sent to EWG, EGEEC, ENGRET representatives will take due consideration of gender concerns by encouraging the suggestion and nomination of female speakers and participants.

In addition, the project proponents will ensure that the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the Dialogue will include information on gender for disaggregating of data for project assessment and will help in evaluation of specific responses of women and men.

PO is committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets. This data will be used to assess compliance with the project’s gender targets at the conclusion of the project, with performance data shared with APEC members.

PO expected that at least 40% of Dialogue participants and at least 25% speakers/ moderators will be female.

Work Plan

Date

Activities

Deliverables

October 2019

- Prepare and submit the project’s Monitoring Report to the APEC Secretariat

Monitoring report

October – November 2019

- Prepare human resources for the project;

Contracting project staffs;

December 2019 – January 2020

- Draft program and develop agenda

- Seeking nomination of speakers/participants

Program agenda and topics

January - February 2020

- Send invitation letters

- Venue booking (logistics and documentation)

-   - Follow up on participants and speakers

- Draft invitation and admin circular

1.     - Dialogue materials

April 2020

-   Two (2) day Dialogue in Viet Nam

Host Dialogue

April 2020

-   Prepare and submit the project’s Monitoring Report to the APEC Secretariat

Monitoring Report

May - June 2020

-   Circulation of draft Summary Report;

-   Submit draft Summary Report to the APEC Secretariat for review and approval;

-   Summary Report to be submitted to EWG

- Draft Summary Report

2.     – Summary Report

August - September 2020

-   Completion report to be submitted to the APEC Secretariat for review and approval;

-   Completion report to be submitted to EWG

- Completion report

March 2021

Survey to assess the achievement of the project’s outcomes

Survey through email

6 to 12 months after project end date

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Evaluation forms

Risks

Risk

Description

Mitigation

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 Dialogue 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 Dialogue participants. Information will also be shared with relevant APEC committees/ sub-fora such as EGEE&C, EGNRET

-       To ensure the right mixture of participants attending the Multi-stakeholder Dialogue, in the General Information note, PO will request economies to send a mixture of participants from public, private or academic sector.

Awareness

Dissemination and marketing of the event

To actively market and promote the event through EWG representatives. Information (presentations, Summery Report) will also be shared with relevant APEC committees/ sub-fora such as EGEE&C, EGNRET etc.

Logistics and facilities

Restricted selection based on capacity and budget

Early reservation and planning

Duplication of topics

The project duplicating areas of discussion which previous and recent projects have elaborated very much on

To consult closely with APEC Secretariat and APEC member economies to avoid duplication


Monitoring and Evaluation

PO will provide detailed progress reporting in the Monitoring Reports and comply to timely submissions to the Secretariat for effective monitoring of the project’s implementation.

Estimated indicators: monitoring reports

The Dialogue’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 Dialogue. The project will adhere strictly to APEC project implementation procedures, including the timeline of actions. Organizers

Estimated indicators: Number of speakers/ participants, number of participating economies and diversification of speakers/ participants (at least 8 speakers/moderators, at least 10 economies will participate in this Dialogue; at least 20% of Dialogue participants will be international). Balance distribution of participant groups among the officials in renewable and clean energy sector, representatives from the private and academic sectors and other stakeholders. The indicators for participants will be independent of the speakers and will be sex-disaggregated.

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 Dialogue with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further improvement and/or activities for future projects. The organizing committee will compile all comments and reflect them into the summary report, which will be submitted to the APEC Energy Working Group for consideration.

Estimated indicators: Score of satisfaction on substance, speakers, logistic arrangements, impacts etc. in the questionnaires responded from participants. Organizers expected that at least 8 recommendations will be made at this Dialogue.

The summary report and Dialogue documents will be made available to Dialogue participants and the APEC Secretariat. The draft summary report on the outcome of the Dialogue will be sent to APEC Secretariat for review before finalization.

Estimated indicators: (i) Progress of draft and final summary report; (ii) Dissemination of draft and final summary report to participants and EWG.

Linkages

Engagement: APEC EWG will take the leading role in implementing this project. During implementation process, information will be disseminated to other relevant fora (Expert Group on Clean Fossil Energy, Expert Group on New and Renewable Energy Technologies) to encourage their participation in the Dialogue. Organizers will work closely with relevant regional and international organizations (International Energy Agency, ASEAN) to get inputs and enhance engagements.

Previous work: Many APEC projects have touched on the subject matter from one angle or another. For instance, a very similar recent self-funded project EWG 15 2018S APEC/NARUC Workshop on Supporting Renewable Energy Integration and Energy Efficiency through Effective Regulation has focused on the critical role of energy regulation in driving progress toward meeting renewable energy and energy efficiency goals in APEC member economies.

This project is differed from above projects. For example, a recent self-funded project EWG 15 2018S APEC/NARUC Workshop on Supporting Renewable Energy Integration and Energy Efficiency through Effective Regulation included speakers from USA (government, private) so the experiences may not be applicable to all economies since they are not diversified.

For this project, organizers intend to focus on topics such as RCE policies and markets – how to create the right market conditions for optimal results, identify renewable energy/fossil energy linkages and suggest draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages, underrepresentation of women in the RCE sector etc. These topics have not been covered in previous projects.

APEC’s comparative advantage: APEC is the best source of funding for this project because APEC has been working actively on RCE agenda. The results of the Dialogue will contribute to the overall APEC work.

Sustainability

APEC economies can take in recommendations and spread the experiences and lessons in a wider range. Experts can make use of results or outcomes of this project in expected future projects. Participants can create cooperative network or means of future exchange of ideas and discussions. Possible future actions to be reflected in the summary report will be discussed at EWG, in close consultations with other related APEC sub-fora. In the Dialogue, since the final Session will be devoted to floor discussion, participants will be encouraged to suggest policy/ actionable recommendations, which will then be submitted to EWG and other RCE-related body of APEC for their review. This can be a valuable resource for economies and organizations to consider their RCE future activities, actions, regulations.

Project overseers will engage in dissemination and follow up engagement with project participants to ensure they feel equipped, have information they required.

This contact list of a network including Dialogue’s speakers and participants will be compiled and circulated at EWG. The summary report will suggest next steps (future APEC Dialogues, seminar, events, capacity building, study, research, survey etc.) based on the discussions of the Dialogue. Such summary report will be submitted to EWG.

The evaluation survey to be conducted 6 months after the completion of the Dialogue to assess the achievement of the project’s outcomes (for example: adaption of policy/ action recommendations from the Dialogue, adoption or utilization of suggested draft clean energy legislation models which support the linkages between fossil and renewable energy etc.) in the respective economies and organizations.

Project Overseers

Ms Pham Quynh Mai: Ms Pham got her Master Degree in the University of Sussex, the United Kingdom. She was the Vice Chair of the CTI in 2006. Since 2017, she has been representative of Viet Nam under EWG

Ms Vu Lien Huong: Ms Vu got her Master Degree in the University of Leeds, the United Kingdom. Since 2003, she has been actively engaged in APEC cooperation activities, including those under the Committee on Trade and Investment, SOM supervision, SCE and APEC Ministerial processes etc.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Consultant (240 hours total) with estimated tasks and working hours as followed: will assist in finding location (20 hours) and developing General Information note of the Dialogue (20 hours); work in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda (40 hours); take notes of presentations and discussions during the Dialogue and assist in executing the 2-day Dialogue and holding possible side-line event (20 hours); develop and finalize the summary report of the Dialogue with recommendations (80 hours); work as a coordinator in all substantive matters such as coordinate in inviting international and local speakers/ moderators/ participants, selecting venues for field trip, Welcome dinner (if any) etc. (60 hours total), seek APEC Funding.  

Secretaries: will assist consultant to organize the Dialogue (substance and paperwork) (400 hours total), self-fund.

Short-term staffs (clerks): will handle logistic arrangements for the organization of the Dialogue (100 hours total), self-fund.

Waivers

Waiver

Justification

Waiver for advance payment

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

Waiver to fund governmental officials from non-travel eligible member economies, non-APEC members and representatives of international organizations as speakers for airfare and per diem

Most of the time, even non-travel eligible member economies government officials are subject to budgetary constraints as such, withdrawal of commitment from the project is unavoidable. PO will seek for EWG’s approval in case of non-member participants/speakers attending the Dialogue.

Waiver for simultaneous interpretation

Vietnamese expert who may be speaker(s) for this Dialogue has limited English language skills while the availability of an alternative expert/s with appropriate language skills and comparable skills and expertise, is limited. Therefore, PO seek APEC funding for simultaneous interpretation.


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