Project Title

APEC Workshop on the Use of Pumped Storage Hydropower to Enable Greater Renewable Energy Use and Reliable Electricity Supply 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

EWG 09 2019A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 09 2019A 

Project Title

APEC Workshop on the Use of Pumped Storage Hydropower to Enable Greater Renewable Energy Use and Reliable Electricity Supply 

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 2 

APEC Funding

100,000 

Co-funding Amount

54,019 

Total Project Value

154,019 

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)

Australia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

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

Expected Start Date

01/12/2019 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2020 

Project Proponent Name 1

Jamie Pittock 

Job Title 1

Professor 

Organization 1

The Australian National University 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(61-407) 265131 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

jamie.pittock@anu.edu.au 

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

Jamie Pittock 

Project Summary

Policies to use more renewable energy across APEC economies require additional storage to make best use of intermittent generation from solar and wind to meet variable electricity demand. Rapid population growth, urbanization and intensifying extreme climate events further threaten the resilience and reliability of electricity grids. Building upon EWG 13 2018A Workshop on Integrated Energy-Water Planning and Policy Formulation (s.13.2 Priority Follow-on Integrated Energy Water Planning Project, #3.  Improved Modelling and Analysis of Pumped Storage Hydropower), this project supports a three day workshop focusing on capacity-building and training for further deployment of pumped storage hydropower as a proven technology for large scale electricity storage. The workshop, proposed for Bangkok, will help participants identify opportunities to modify existing infrastructure for pumped storage, such as disused mine sites and existing ‘run of river’ hydropower facilities. Sustainability protocols to reduce environmental and social impacts of such infrastructure will be presented. Finally, the workshop will provide a networking and capacity building opportunity for APEC members, pumped storage hydropower experts and international development institutions to identify ways of using existing programs to enhance pumped storage development.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: Addressing climate change requires a rapid transition to low carbon energy technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, the falling cost of renewable energy generation from solar and wind is driving an increasing and decentralized deployment of these technologies. Most APEC economies have policy targets for a substantial increase in renewable energy generation. The changes in deployment of energy generation technologies creates two major challenges for security of electricity supply. Intermittent generation of solar photovoltaic and wind power cannot directly follow electricity demand. Further, decentralized and changing generation can reduce the stability of electricity grids. One solution is the development of much greater electricity storage capacity. Batteries and smart grid systems are being developed but at this time are not always cost effective, nor ready to be deployed at scale, and they raise questions as to management of the environmental footprint of battery manufacture and disposal.

Pumped storage hydropower (PSH) is a proven technology that can enable large scale electricity storage. PSH uses excess electricity, such as that generated by wind turbines in the night, to pump water from a lower to an upper reservoir where it can be used later to generate hydropower to meet peak demands. Reservoirs for PSH can be built with minor additions to many existing reservoirs or in abandoned mine pits, and so have lower environmental and social impacts than new run of river hydropower projects (and in many cases may reduce existing, negative impacts). Better practices, such as use of the International Hydropower Association’s Sustainability Assessment Protocol may further increase socio-economic benefits while reducing environmental and social impacts. A number of APEC economies, including Australia, China and the United States, are undertaking extensive PSH development to improve reliability of electricity supply. Other APEC economies, such as Thailand and Viet Nam, are proceeding with or considering such developments. Each APEC economy is unique and requires solutions tailored to their specific needs, though there is a common challenge to improve renewable energy supply resilience. The project will collect and share information on the latest technology developments, best practices, and policy measures, related to PSH deployment.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The project falls within Category 2 of the APEC Eligibility Criteria and Guidelines for Accessing the Energy Efficiency and Low Carbon Measures Sub-Fund by supporting APEC’s Strategy for Strengthening Quality Growth, specifically “Energy efficiency, energy security and energy resiliency,” and “Conservation, sustainable management and rehabilitation of natural resources.” The project directly supports the priorities of the Energy Efficiency Sub-fund by supporting APEC’s aspirational goal to double the share of renewable energy in APEC’s energy mix by 2030.  This project also supports APEC Environment Ministers’ 2012 recognition of the criticality of water in economic development: “We recognize that water is at the core of sustainable development and highlight its link to economic growth, poverty reduction, food security, a better sanitary state of the environment and ecosystems protection.”

Relevance – Capacity Building: This project will support a three day workshop focusing on capacity-building and training on integrated planning for connected energy-water systems including a one day field trip to examine a PSH development.  The workshop will help participants identify opportunities for sustainable deployment of PSH in their regions. Additionally, the workshop will identify best practices for integrating PSH in their electricity systems while minimizing environmental and social impacts (or having positive impacts by re-developing existing sites). Finally, the workshop will provide networking opportunities for APEC members, PSH experts and international development institutions to identify ways of using existing programs to enhance the development of sustainable electricity storage.

Objectives

The project objectiveis for APEC economies to develop appreciationand build capacity for current and emerging PSH development opportunities.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project supports the APEC Leaders aspirational goal to double the share of renewable of renewable energy in APEC’s overall energy mix by 2030 (over 2010 levels). 

Alignment – Forum: This project will directly support the EWG’s 2019-2023 Strategic Plan to “undertake research and demonstration to understand the water-energy nexus, share best practices and address associated challenges”. These goals will be pursued by exploring options and better practices for increased electricity storage using PSH. This can enable greater use of solar and wind power to supply baseload electricity in APEC economies. This project proposal is an output of and follows on from a key activity identified in the 2019 project EWG 13 2018A – APEC Workshop on Integrated Energy-Water Planning and Policy Formulation.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  The following outputs are planned:

1) Overview of pumped storage hydropower potential in APEC economics. By 2nd quarter 2020.

To inform workshop participants and APEC economies, an overview paper will be prepared by the Australian National University (ANU) and a contractor. The overview paper of approximately 50 pages will summarise for each of the APEC economies the status of:

a)  renewable energy targets and trends;

b) existing, planned and potential energy storage; and more specifically;

c)   existing, planned and potential PSH;

d)  dispatchable power generation capacity and grid reliability issues; and

e)  cross-border electricity transmission grids.

The primary audience will be workshop participants, to inform discussions, and will not be published publicly. This will enable APEC economies to identify opportunities, draw lessons from work in other economies and consider potential synergies from collaboration. The overview will be revised with information received at the workshop and incorporated into the technical report (3, below) for public distribution.

2) Workshop of APEC economy representatives and experts. In 3rd quarter of 2020 proposed for Bangkok, Thailand.

The workshop is envisaged as a partnership with Thailand’s Ministry of Energy and/or Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand - to be confirmed in near future by the Australian Embassy Bangkok and ANU in forthcoming exchanges with senior Thai Government officials.

The workshop will enable APEC economy representatives to network with each other and experts. Presenters will cover topics that include:

a) what are the costs, risks and benefits of PSH;

b) how can PSH infrastructure be built to maximize economic benefits and minimize social and environmental impacts;

c) how can PSH enable greater use of renewable electricity in power grids;

d) what role does PSH have compared to other energy storage and dispatchable generation technologies; and

e) how can PSH be funded and support regional institutions and strategies.

Each presentation will include practical examples of PSH technology. Practical exercises will explore tools for assessing the application of the technology.

Permission is being sought to visit the Electricity Generation Authority of Thailand (EGAT)’s 500 MW Lamtakong Jolabha Vadhana Pumped Storage Power Plant (opened in 2013) and learning center (~200 km from Bangkok) on a field trip on the third day. The purpose of the field visit is to enable participants who may not have experience of PSH to see an operating facility and benefit from the knowledge of the EGAT operators. The facility is especially relevant to the workshop as it has 14 wind turbines, demonstrating how renewable electricity generation can be linked to pumped storage to increase the reliability of power supply. It is also an opportunity to discuss the planned installation of floating solar PV generators at this reservoir. The proposed itinerary will take all day and include a 3 hour drive to and from the facility, a visit to the upper, off-river reservoir, to the connected wind farm, and the generators.

3) Technical report. In 4th quarter of 2020.

Following the workshop an APEC technical report will be prepared by ANU and a contractor to synthesize key lessons from the project for participants and APEC economies. The target audience shall be energy policy makers, energy agency staff, energy businesses and relevant civil society organizations involved in managing transitions to low greenhouse gas emission energy sources. This report of approximately 80 pages will written as prose and draw on the overview paper, presentations and discussion to include the following content:

a)  Cover page

b) Table of contents

c)  Introduction

d) Overview of the electricity supply situation in APEC economies (based on the overview paper researched as part of this project)

e) Discussion of key issues for sustainable pumped storage development, including (drawing on presentations):

-  Identifying potential sites;

-  Potential redevelopment of brownfield sites;

-  Integrating renewable generators with pumped storage;

-  Financing pumped storage projects;

-  Lessons for pumped storage development;

-  Sustainability standards.

f)   Relevant resources and tools available to APEC economies

g)  Technical gaps and recommendations for APEC economies

h)  References

4) Policy brief. In 4th quarter of 2020.

A stand-alone four page APEC policy brief will be prepared to synthesize the technical report for decision makers.

Reports and publications will be provided in a state requiring no copy-editing in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, APEC Publication Guidelines and APEC Logo Guidelines.

Outcomes: The following outcomes are expected:

a) Relevant APEC economy agencies who are less familiar with PSH technology will gain access to the knowledge needed to consider deployment in their energy planning. This may be measured by: i) a follow up survey of workshop participants, and ii) download statistics for key reports used in the workshop;

b) A number of APEC economies will incorporate PSH technology in their public policies and development plans for increased renewable energy, energy storage, and to improve grid reliability. This may be measured in energy agency policy documents;

c)  Greater dialogue and less conflict between PSH developers and civil society organizations, by contrast with many traditional energy projects, since PSH has lower social and environmental impacts. This may be measured through reports of positive dialogue among developers and civil society organizations;

d) Eventually, greater investment in PSH developments in many APEC economies.

Beneficiaries: Primary project beneficiaries are expected to be key government officials involved in decision-making on energy development, and relevant environmental and regulatory issues. Secondary beneficiaries are: energy sector managers; institutes and academia involved in economic and policy analysis of energy sector change and security of supply; and the hydropower industry, including those with expertise on gender impacts of energy management. International financial institutions supporting energy investments (e.g. International Finance Corporation (IFC), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank(AIIB)) will also be invited to participate in the workshop and are expected to be beneficiaries. Government energy officials from each APEC economy will be targeted for the nominated funds, along with a diverse group of expert presenters. Where a government energy officials is not available from a particular APEC economy, a substitute and authoritative participant will be sought from academia. Participants from international financial institutions will be expected to fund their own participation.

Energy policymakers will benefit from up-to-date information on current and emerging opportunities for sustainable development of PSH for electricity storage to increase grid resilience. The energy sectors in developing economies will benefit from capacity building and improved understanding of the issue. The finance and energy sectors will be better placed to identify new opportunities for PSH deployment.  Environmental organizations will better understand the opportunities to manage their desire for greater use of renewable energy together with electricity storage. The public will benefit through improved sustainability and resilience of electricity supply and increased environmental sustainability over the long-term. Everyone will benefit by identifying ways of deploying more renewable energy and improving reliability of electricity supplies to support our economies with lower social and environmental costs.

Dissemination

Following the workshop three publications will be prepared by ANU and a contractor to synthesize key lessons from the project for participants and APEC economies:

a) A short APEC policy brief will be prepared summarizing key opportunities and lessons from the project to enhance energy policies and supply using PSH for political and government leaders. It will be distributed through the APEC Energy Working Group and workshop participants to APEC economy leaders. It will be published online in accordance with APEC guidelines (below).

b) A longer APEC technical report will be prepared based on the background overview and workshop discussions to summarise the situation in APEC economies and highlight case studies of good practices and opportunities. It will be distributed through the APEC Energy Working Group and workshop participants to energy agencies and other relevant experts. The project technical report will be distributed and published as an APEC publication, and will be prepared in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines, and the APEC Logo Guidelines.

c)  Subject to APEC agreement, ANU shall also develop an academic publication from the project to ensure that the knowledge generated is subject to peer review and published in a reputable academic journal to inform the work of researchers and technical experts. ANU will ask APEC grant a license to reproduce copyright work under s. 3.6 of APEC’s Intellectual Property Policy. ANU will not benefit commercially from this and we intend to pay for open access publication to ensure that the information is freely available.

Gender

Substantial participation of women will be sought as workshop speakers and participants. At least 3 of the 8 experts invited shall be women. In our dialogue with APEC economy agencies, we shall encourage them to include female representatives. In support of our effort to include women, we will attempt to include a critical mass of at least 30% of participants as women. The 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.

In facilitating pumped-storage hydropower this project will benefit women. In many countries women spend considerable time securing firewood or other fuels if there is no reliable electricity supply, which is ameliorated by pumped-storage infrastructure. Pumped storage enables greater use of decentralized and intermittent solar PV to supply electricity more reliably and cheaply. This provides more opportunities for households to benefit by installing solar PV on their rooves, which may particularly enhance the livelihoods women through access to clean energy at lower prices and saving time collecting fuel (APEC women’s economic empowerment pillar #5. Innovation and technology), reducing health impacts of burning biomass fuels and providing lighting to aid education (APEC women’s economic empowerment pillar #3. Skills, capacity building, and health).

Work Plan

Time

Tasks

Deliverables

November – December 2019

Secretariat and PO contract key contractor, ICEM

Agreed terms of reference

January 2020

With input from co-sponsoring economies, the PO will draft the workshop agenda circulate it for input from other member economies.   

Workshop agenda

February 2020

The PO and contractor will work with the Secretariat to invite speakers and participants from relevant APEC agencies and interested stakeholders. 

Speakers and participants identified

January – April 2020

PO and ICEM will prepare the overview paper for the workshop with input from APEC member economies.

Overview paper

April 2020

APEC Project Monitoring Report submitted to the Secretariat.

APEC Project Monitoring Report submitted to the Secretariat

May 2020

Secretariat and PO prepare travel arrangements for participants and finalise logistics for the venue.

Venue secured, participant travel arrangements in place, papers circulated to participants

July 2020

Implementation of the 2 day workshop and 1 day field trip.

August  - September 2020

Policy brief and technical report prepared by PO and ICEM.

Policy brief and technical report published

January 2021

Project completion date. APEC Project Completion Report prepared by the PO for the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report submitted to the Secretariat

6-12 months after

project completion

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects.

Provide Long Term Evaluation  to

Secretariat



Risks

This project has few risks as it is focused on a technology that meets urgent economic needs, offers multiple benefits, is relatively uncontentious, and draws on expertise from a broad range of APEC economies. Adequate participation from experts and representatives of APEC economies will be secured thorough early planning and networking. Should events preclude the workshop being held in the planned location then another hub city will be considered. 

To help mitigate the risk of economies not applying knowledge learned or adopting recommendations from the project, the project consultant and leaders in the field will be chosen as speakers. Since they have ongoing research in the area, they will serve as the basis of a network for engaging with the project participants after the completion of the project. 

Due to the proposed production of multiple information products there is a risk of delays. This will be managed by: a) contracting a number of the tasks to a reputable consultant who can draw on a number of support personnel to produce deliverables on time, and b) as a backup, to draw on research assistance from The Australian National University.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The workshop participants will be asked to fill-in a survey to obtain feedback about their satisfaction with and knowledge gained from the workshop.  The participants will also be asked to identify gaps in implementation and future needs.  The gaps identified by attendees will be included in the project technical report and used in recommending future work in this area. The list of attendees including the gender information will provide data on gender equality. Indicators of success will also be measured in terms of number of economies and participants participating as well as the number of best practices that are shared.

Short term target indicators will consist of:

•   30 workshop participants;

•   15+ APEC economies participating;

•   30%+ of workshop participants are women;

•   3+/8 female speakers at the workshop;

•   Participation by speakers from academia, government, industry and civil society.

Linkages

Within APEC the project is engaging through the Energy Working Group / Energy Resiliency Task Force. We will be inviting a hydropower expert from the International Finance Corporation as one of the workshop speakers. Participation will be invited from relevant multilateral development banks (including the ADB, IADB and AIIB) and the Mekong River Commission.

This project builds upon four EWG projects to share best practices while identifying policy and technical solutions as follows:

EWG 13 2018A APEC Workshop on Integrated Energy-Water Planning and Policy Formulation – directly implements s.13.2 Priority Follow-on Integrated Energy Water Planning Project in the final report, point #3, Improved Modeling and Analysis of Pumped Storage Hydropower.

EWG 08 2014A Water-Energy Nexus: Coal-Based Power Generation and Conversion - Saving Water, and EWG 07 2015A APEC Water-Energy Nexus Expert Workshop focused on the coal sector – since pumped storage technology has been most deployed in the past to maintain continuous, more economically beneficial generation from coal-fired (and nuclear) power stations and provides potential to re-use water and transmission infrastructure as many economies diversify their power generation mix away from coal;

EWG 03 2014S on Clean and Efficient Use of Energy and Water Resources – enables a number of the recommended low water intensity electric power generation options.

APEC is a crucial source of funding for this project since the emphasis on applying this technical knowledge in practice is not supported by research funders. Further, this project aims to draw on and integrate knowledge from developed and developing economies in a manner that is not supported by development funding programs targeting developing nations. Lastly, this project directly responds to a number of APEC’s goals, especially for the doubling of the share of renewable energy in APEC’s energy mix by 2030.

Sustainability

The project is expected to have significant, long-term impact on APEC-member economies even after project completion. Through greater deployment of PSH technology, APEC economies will have opportunities to add more renewable energy generation, lower peak power prices, increase the reliability of electricity supply, and facilitate energy trading between neighboring economies. The project will build on, and strengthen, existing APEC work; specifically, the EWG Strategic Plan including building the capacity of APEC members to strengthen domestic and regional energy security and lower the carbon intensity of energy supply and use across the region. 

APEC Member Economies are expected to continuously carry forward the results and lessons of the project after its completion, since the workshop report will consolidate information on best practices and technical expertise from both public and private sectors, and will serve as a reference for capacity building activities. To maximize the benefits of the project, ongoing networking may be undertaken among participants from APEC Member Economies. 

After the project, ANU also proposes to develop an academic journal paper on PSH development potential in the Asia-Pacific region in order to summarize and further communicate the work undertaken in the workshop, subject to APEC copyright. ANU will ask APEC grant a license to reproduce copyright work under s. 3.6 of APEC’s Intellectual Property Policy. We intend to publish this in an open access journal. This will further ensure that the public interest knowledge generated in the project is available for those who may use it.

Project Overseers

The project will be overseen by Professor Jamie Pittock (BSc, Monash; PhD, ANU) of the Fenner School of Environment and Society at The Australian National University.

Jamie worked for sustainability organisations in Australia and internationally from 1989-2007, including as Director of WWF’s Global Freshwater Programme from 2001-2007. He has served on a number of government advisory bodies, including two task forces of the China Council on International Cooperation on Environment and Development, and committees advising the Australian Minister for the Environment. Jamie’s research from 2007 has focused on better governance of the interlinked issues of water management, energy and food supply, responding to climate change and conserving biological diversity. Jamie directs research programs on irrigation in Africa, hydropower and food production in the Mekong region, and sustainable water management in the Murray-Darling Basin. From 2010–2013 he was Program Leader, Australia and United States’ Climate, Energy and Water for the US Studies Centre and the ANU Water Initiative. He is currently Director of International Programs for the UNESCO Chair in Water Economics and Transboundary Water Governance at The Australian National University and Chair of the External Advisory Board for the European Union’s “Sustainable Integrated Management FOR the NEXUS of water-land-food-energy-climate for a resource-efficient Europe (SIM4NEXUS) program. Dr Pittock teaches courses on environment and society as well as on climate change adaptation.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

ICEM – International Centre for Environmental Management will be contracted to provide support to the PO (in accordance with terms and conditions of the APEC Secretariat) for the project (the PO has no conflict of interest with ICEM). 

ICEM was established in 1999 and is an award-winning independent technical service centre that assists government, private sector and communities to define and implement policies for sustainable development. 

Based in Hanoi, ICEM is staffed by full-time international and national technical and administrative personnel and operates through a core of specialists in biodiversity conservation, climate change, water resources management, strategic environmental assessment, disaster risk reduction and environmental and social economics. They are selected for their expertise in assessing hydropower developments, their expertise in Asia and their reliability as a service provider. 

ICEM will be contracted for 296 hours of work to: 

1. Draft with an overview paper summarizing for each of the APEC economies the status of:

a.  renewable energy targets and trends;

b. existing, planned and potential energy storage; and more specifically,

c.  existing, planned and potential PSH;

d. dispatchable power generation capacity and grid reliability issues; and

e.  cross-border electricity transmission grids.

2. Organise the workshop venue in Bangkok, with guidance from the Thai Government, and one day field ex- Bangkok to the EGAT pumped-storage hydropower project;

3.  Oversee invitations for speakers with the APEC Secretariat;

4.  Participate in the workshop as a rapporteur and to begin drafting the technical report;

5.  Draft with the PO: a) a workshop technical report, and b) a 4 page briefing paper for participating governments.

The expert from ICEM proposed to lead their work is Dr Daniel Gilfillan, Senior Environmental Specialist. Daniel has a PhD (Environmental governance; ANU) and Master of Arts (Social Change & Development). He has worked across Southeast Asia for over thirteen years on social, development and environmental health issues. His experience includes consulting for health impact assessment projects, socio-economic impact and mitigation analyses of development plans and projects, as well as action-oriented research into the impact of governance structures on environmental outcomes.

Waivers

Permission is sought for a field trip to visit the EGAT’s 500 MW Lamtakong Jolabha Vadhana Pumped Storage Power Plant (opened in 2013) and learning center ~200 km from Bangkok on a field trip on the third day. The purpose of the field visit is to enable participants who may not have experience of PSH to see an operating facility and benefit from the knowledge of the EGAT operators.

As far as we are aware, this is the only pumped storage hydropower facility in SE Asia. The facility is especially relevant to the workshop as it has 14 wind turbines, demonstrating how renewable electricity generation can be linked to pumped storage to increase the reliability of power supply. It is also an opportunity to discuss the planned installation of floating solar PV generators at this reservoir.

The proposed itinerary will take all day and include a 3 hour drive to and from the facility, a visit to the upper, off-river reservoir, to the connected wind farm, and the generators.

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