Project Title

Clean Energy Startups Forum: Advancing Market Reach and Business Growth 

Project Year

2021   

Project Number

EWG 16 2021A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 16 2021A 

Project Title

Clean Energy Startups Forum: Advancing Market Reach and Business Growth 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency, Low Carbon and Resiliency Measures (EELCER) 

Project Year

2021 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

100,000 

Co-funding Amount

50,000 

Total Project Value

150,000 

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)

Indonesia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Hong Kong, China; Japan; Chinese Taipei 

Expected Start Date

01/03/2022 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2023 

Project Proponent Name 1

Khoiria Oktaviani 

Job Title 1

Subdivision Head of Planning and Program of Communication and Information 

Organization 1

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(62) 813 28397079 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

khoiria@gmail.com; khoiria@esdm.go.id 

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

Khoiria Oktaviani 

Project Summary

As identified during the APEC EWG Workshop 2021, clean energy start-ups play a crucial role to accelerate global development of renewable energy. However, in the current energy market, they face key challenges to thrive, namely minimal supporting policies and lack of capacity building measures.

Therefore, the “Clean Energy Start-Ups Forum: Advancing Market Reach and Business Growth” is planned to enable sharing of ideas and knowledge between stakeholders on how Start-Ups can thrive and achieve sustained growth in the current market.

The three-day Forum will be held in Bali, Indonesia, in May 2022, and will be attended by a wide range of stakeholders including governments and private sectors. In the Forum, all stakeholders are expected to share ideas and knowledge and set up a joint initiative to accelerate the growth of energy Start-Ups across the Asia Pacific.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The APEC Leaders in 2014 endorsed a new aspirational goal to double the share of renewable energy in the APEC energy mix by 2030. In order to put this vision into motion, the APEC Energy Working Group (EWG) has listed the advancement of clean energy and low-carbon communities as part of their key objectives in the APEC EWG Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023. Clean energy Start-Ups and emerging businesses are viewed as key instruments, and it is expected that they will have an increasingly important role in accelerating the development of renewable energy going forward. The growth of clean energy Start-Ups contributed directly towards the advancement of renewable energy in the APEC member economies. Thus, EWG has continually look for ways to promote clean energy Start-Ups growth through capacity building measures. Promoting the growth of these Start-Ups also aligns with the key objectives of both the APEC Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) and the APEC Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group Strategic Plan (SMEWG). However, at the moment, many clean energy Start-Ups across the economies experienced a stale condition in terms of growth. Many factors contribute to this situation; chiefs among them are minimum policy supports from the government and lack of enabling environments such as enviable market conditions and capacity building measures.

In 2021, the APEC Workshop on “Achieving Business Sustainability for Clean Energy Start-Ups” has tried to entangle some of the issues related to the policy landscape in the Asia Pacific economies and suggested few key recommendations that could propel the emergence of clean energy Start-Ups, as well as strengthen their business sustainability. However, further supports are required in the form of continuous capacity building and institutional development to allow clean energy Start-Ups to take advantage of the improving policies and accelerate their growth. Hence, the “Clean Energy Start-Ups Forum: Advancing Market Reach and Business Growth” is planned with the intention to gather clean energy Start-Ups, governments, and other stakeholders across APEC economies to come together and share ideas and knowledge on how emerging Start-Ups can navigate the current global energy market and achieve sustained growth. It is hoped that stakeholders involved in the Forum can set up a Policy Recommendation to accelerate the growth of clean energy Start-Ups in the APEC economies. Enabling and supporting the growth of these Start-Ups will allow the Asia Pacific energy sector to grow as a whole and contribute to the achievement of the 2030 goal.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: The proposed Forum has met the funding criteria and priorities of the APEC Support Fund – the Sub-Fund on Energy Efficiency, Low Carbon, and Energy Resiliency Measures (EELCER) as it focuses on: (1) Activities which contribute to achieving the goal of doubling the share of renewables by 2030; (2) Activities which will contribute to enhancing energy resiliency; (3) Activities which will contribute to enhancing energy access; and (4) Activities which contribute to meet the capacity building needs for APEC developing economies.

Relevance – Capacity Building: This Forum will help APEC member economies to achieve APEC’s goals for capacity building by enabling discussions and share of ideas between stakeholders regarding the growth of clean energy Start-Ups. The results of the discussion and best practice methods will be followed up in a Policy Recommendation program to advance the market reach and business growth of clean energy Start-Ups across APEC member economies. RE start-up founder should have holistic understanding on market demands, current technology, and the ability to create new innovations that market needs and also involve in collaborations among the APEC and non-APEC fora in the energy field. Specifically, this Forum looks to provide capacity building for Start-Ups to be able to navigate and thrive in the current energy market, which will contribute to economic development of all APEC member economies.

Objectives

The objective of the Forum is to provide a platform for clean energy Start-Ups, governments, and other stakeholders to share ideas and knowledge to enhance the capacity of energy Start-Ups and produce a Policy Recommendation to collaboratively accelerate the growth of clean energy Start-Ups across the region. Renewable energy start-up founders need to understand market trends, demands, and focus on research & development that fits both.


Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  In a broad perspective, this project endorses some of APEC Energy Working Group Objectives for the period of 2019-2023, such as promoting energy efficiency and low-carbon communities and facilitating energy trade and investment. Subsequent to the theme, this project is mainly focused on advancing the Clean Energy Start-Up market and business growth. The project is also in line with APEC priorities and statements such as (1) APEC 2021 Priority area 2, which focuses on creating opportunities to advance inclusion and unlock potential; (2) APEC 2021 Priority area 2, which aims to enable measures to incentivise sustainability, support green recovery and tackle climate change; (3) APEC 2022 Priority key areas 2 on advancing a digital society in terms of strengthening the market reach and business growth of clean energy Start-Ups; and (4) The Letter from APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) which sets outs the views regarding a post-2020 vision for APEC that put greater emphasis on sustainability, including approaches to generate new opportunities in climate change and energy security.

Alignment – Forum: The project aligns with:

1)  The 2019-2023 APEC’s Energy Working Group (EWG) Strategic Plan: to facilitate the exchange of policies and best practices that would enable widespread development and deployment of clean energy technologies; and to facilitate the exchange of energy-smart and low carbon policies and practices.

2) The 2016 – 2025 Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) Strategic Plan: to enhance the linkages between science and technological activities with the private sectors to promote entrepreneurship.

3) The 2021 – 2024 Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group Strategic Plan (SMEWG): to improve the business environment for start-Ups and entrepreneurs; to foster innovation in SMEs and strengthen business competitiveness; and to enable SME access to international markets and global value chains (GVCs).

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: This project is expected to have several outputs:

1) Preliminary Studies and Results: Before the implementation of the project started, PO will request contractor to conduct a preliminary study regarding the general data of current development of RE sector and its best practice across APEC member economies. This preliminary study is conducted with desk-based analysis, highlighting the topic of current development and innovation of RE technology, the opportunity and challenges within the sector, and also the government support for RE start-up across APEC member economies. This preliminary study is a pre-reading material in 10-15 pages, which will be given prior to the forum in the form of report and distributed intersession. The result of this study will be published as an APEC publication. During one of the sessions of the forum, the contractor will be given an opportunity to present the preliminary study and conduct a discussion with all participants. Considering a diverse socio-economic background of APEC member economies, this report will attempt to provide an analysis on both developed and developing economies with at least 3 economies respectively. The preliminary studies will be presented by the contractor during the forum, therefore included in the project report.

2) Forum Implementation: The Clean Energy Start-Ups Forum will be held for three days in Bali in November 2022 and is intended to provide a platform for stakeholders, including RE start-up, accelerator, academia and the government, in the renewable energy sector to share ideas on how to advance the market reach and business growth of clean energy start-Ups. The Forum will be attended by Experts from APEC, Clean Energy Start-Ups, Governments Representatives (Ministry related to Energy, Ministry related to Carbon Emission and Environmental, Ministry related to Economy and Trading or Industries), Academics (in Energy, Engineering, Business and Economic field with expertise in RE Technology and Management), as well as relevant International Organizations to share expertise on renewable energy issues and the advancement of clean energy start-Ups market reach and business development.

Tentative agenda of the three-days forum:

Day 1 of the forum

Introduction and general overview of current development of RE start up across economies.

Current Innovation and progress on RE technology across economy

Current market trend and demands of RE technology

Day 2 of the forum

This session will focus more on how RE startup defines who they are as an organization, how they operate, and how they grow

Eliminating challenges and capturing opportunities in RE sectors

RE start up mentoring as a way to open up networking opportunities

Accelerating RE start-up market reach to improve business growth

Day 3 of the forum

Wrap up session to discuss best practice and policy recommendation for the development of RE start-up across economies. (This wrap-up session will involve speaker, moderator, and also participant across APEC member economies)

3) Project Report: A complete project report will be produced after the Forum, which will consist of at least 12-15 pages, included (but not limited) to:

a) General overview of the project;

b) Presentations from speakers, minutes of Summary, and conclusion of the Forum;

c) Result of compilation and analysis of the pre and post-test results (Ex-ante and Ex-post survey); and

d) Recommendations 

4) Policy recommendation: A policy recommendation will be produced on the last day of the Forum, which will be based on input from APEC Economies representative ideas. The representatives will present their inputs to a Policy recommendation draft which contains ideas or best practices to propel the development of clean energy start-Ups in the Asia Pacific. Ideas and inputs listed in the policy recommendation draft will then be compiled into a Unified Policy recommendation will be published as APEC publication as part of project report. It will also be submitted and disseminated to APEC EWG and Energy Ministries in their respective economies after its approval by the APEC Secretariat. 

Outcomes: The outcomes are expected to achieve the following:

1)  Clean Energy Start-Ups participants are expected to improved their understanding about the RE business sector on market demand aspect.

2)  Participants are expected to gain deep knowledge about technology research and suitable business environment for the growth of RE business sector.

3) This forum will be expected the Participants to initiate further opportunities for APEC and non-APEC fora by building partnerships and collaborations in the energy field to advance the market reach and business growth. 

Beneficiaries: Multi-stakeholders need to be involved in the effort to increase the capability of clean energy Start-Ups as a primary beneficiaries. This project will focus on clean energy Start-Ups, accelerators, and governments, which all play a prominent role in the development of renewable energy. Accelerators act as institutions that provide guidance, financial assistance, and means to increase the capability of clean energy Start-Ups to obtain a sustainable business model such as New Energy Nexus, Kumpul.id, Plug and Play, and also corporate accelerators, which are often subsidiaries or programs of larger corporations that act as accelerators: Shell Liveware, Pertamina Foundation, etc.. Meanwhile, the government plays a role as a policymaker that supports the role of accelerators by creating a conducive environment for clean energy Start-Ups. This Forum will synergize up to 50 primary beneficiaries that represent one of the three stakeholders to form a Policy Recommendation that will advance the market reach and business growth of clean energy Start-Ups. 

Secondary beneficiaries and stakeholders will also be invited to attend as valuable participants, such as academics, researchers, non-profit organizations, and civil society who are interested in the renewable energy area. 

Also, the participation of women as forum delegates is highly encouraged pertaining to the highest efficiency of the project. Approximately 30% of speakers and 40% of forum participants will be women.

Dissemination

Preliminary research and online brochure will be distributed to participants prior to the forum via email and internet link.

Soft copies of the presentation materials will be distributed to participant during the forum via internet link.

Project report which include the policy recommendation will be published and disseminated through the APEC website as an APEC EWG Publication, Energy Ministries in their respective economies and Indonesian ministry websites (e.g., Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources)

The Results of the Preliminary Studies as well as the unified Policy Recommendation will be published as APEC Publication in the form of Project Report.  The target audience of this Forum is APEC members in general and stakeholders from both the public and private sectors, including APEC or non-APEC fora, policymakers, clean energy-related organisations, and industry.

There is no intention to sell any outputs arising from the project.

Gender

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in 2019 revealed in a report that women represent 32 percent of employees in the renewable energy sector. However, the percentage of women at the director level in renewable energy companies is less than 25 percent, while women hold barely 8 percent of senior management positions in the wind industry. Considering that women are still under-represented in the renewable energy sector, gender issues will be seriously taken into account by the project proponent.

The involvement of women will bring new perspectives and enhance collaboration in the workplace which will result in better overall performance. Their leadership and contribution will be critical to ensure that future energy systems can meet the needs of modern society, challenges of climate change and the COVID-19 Pandemic, and leave no one behind. POs will work to ensure that both female and male speakers and participants have equal opportunities to attend and actively participate in the Forum. As a target for women participation, about 40 percent of active participants and 30 percent of speakers would be women. POs will try to identify and invite relevant speakers, both men and women. In the invitation, POs will encourage economies to consider gender balance in their nominations and will pay attention to the nominations received from economies.

PO will collect gender information in the sign-in sheets as well as in the evaluations of the Forum to measure the percentage of women participants. The sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event will be collected

Targets

Female Participants (%)

40

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

30

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

ü 

2

Access to Markets

ü 

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

ü 

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

ü 

5

Innovation and Technology

ü 

This Forum will provide opportunities for women to gain access to finance, wider market access, skill enhancement, and renewable energy technology. This Forum also encourages the involvement of women in the renewable energy sector as professionals who are also involved in the decision-making process. These five components will be obtained from best practice sharing, discussions, and opportunities that will be provided by the accelerator and the government to collaborate in the future.

Work Plan

Timeline

Key Activities

Outputs

Mar 2022

The contracting process-generally 8 weeks

Proposal submission

TOR and draft of forum contract

Apr – Sep 2022

Forum preparation

Invitation

General Information

List of invited experts

List of participants

Jun - Jul 2022

Final draft and final list speakers and participants of the event

Estimated number of present participants

Final speakers and Invitation Process

Final Draft of Agenda

Jul 2022

Review the delivery format of the forum

Considerations to shift the physical event to virtual or hybrid

Sep 2022

Disseminating General Information to the participants with a confirmed agenda

Information Circular

Oct 2022

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report - Measure the performance of a project against its expected results and mutually supportive

Nov 2022

Forum Implementation

Event Attendee List

3-Day Forum Agenda

Policy Recommendation

Ex-ante and ex-post survey

Survey and monitoring result

Dec 2022 - Feb 2023

Project Report - Drafting

Project Report Draft

Project Report - Review by APEC Secretariat

Post-Event Evaluation

Post-Event Evaluation Form which include information about gender and other necessary data for future project guidance.

Mar 2023

Submission of the Project Report to APEC Secretariat.

Project Report will be circulated for comments and endorsement once the review period is finished.                      

Endorsed Project Report

Jun 2023

Project Completion Date

Aug 2023

Submission of the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Dec 2023

Participate in the Long-term Evaluation of APEC Projects (LTEAP) Survey conducted by the Secretariat



Risks

Potential Risk

Management Strategy

Project postpone due to Pandemic

Based on the projection, the pandemic situation in most of APEC economies will subside by the end of 2021. If the COVID-19 Pandemic is not even close to being over next year, PO will review the availability of other format including hybrid or fully virtual forum 4 months in advance if necessary

Low interest in participation

PO will make a clear guidance by incorporating member advice and opinions on the agenda and communicate closely with interested economies.

PO will explore and reach out to relevant agencies in the different economies to promote and announce the event at least 6 months before the Forum implementation.

Inaccuracy of the speaker’s selection

PO will communicate to member economies, especially co-sponsor economies to request potential speakers’ recommendations.

Speaker cancellation

Organizers will prepare for the potential back-up speakers;

Cancellation from the invited speakers must be informed 14-days prior to the event.

Participant reluctance on reimburse payment or participant not able to attend the Forum because of budget limitations

Organizers will ask for a waiver to APEC secretariat for an advance payment to all speakers and participants.

Lack of feedback from participants

Follow up participants in the beginning and after the Forum to complete the evaluation survey and keep them engaged to submit any inputs once the project report is released.

Encouraging participant by giving specific relevant issues from their respective economies to spark their interest towards the discussion

Imbalance of gender ratio

The Organizers will strictly ensure that there are at least 30% female speakers and 40% female participants.

Gender selection will be prepared from the selection phase for both speakers and participants. Economies and the other organizations will be informed to consider gender balance in their representatives.

Economies not applying knowledge learned or adopting recommendations from the project

Formulate a guide on how to apply best practices and promote policy recommendation, in order to support the implementation of knowledge and best practices from Forum within APEC Economies.



Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.   Forum

1. No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2. No. of attending economies

10

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3. No. of travel eligible economies

8

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4. % of women speakers and women participants

30% and 40%

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

2.    Project Report

5. No. of pages

at least 12 pages

Certification by PO

Email to the Secretariat

6. Submission to the Secretariat

March 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Email to the Secretariat



Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outcomes

1. Forum participants’ knowledge in the issue of development of the Clean Energy Start-Ups market and business

7. % of participants increased their knowledge and understanding

80%

Ex-ante and ex-post Evaluations

Completion Report

2. Recommendations made on how to implement strategies for best practices in advancing market reach and business growth for Clean Energy Start-Ups

8. No. of recommendations made

7

Included in the Policy Recommendation and Project Report

Report to Working Group

The APEC longer-term evaluation of APEC

Projects



Linkages

This Forum reflects the collaboration between the Energy Working Group, Policy Partnership on Science; Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) and Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG) and also with Academics and relevant international organisations. The collaboration and cooperation will avoid duplication of work, as well as added policy recommendation will influence the future project to achieve mutual benefits by the exchanges of knowledge and experiences among organisations. This project is targeted to get endorsement from EWG but welcoming any inputs from PPSTI since this project is in accordance with PPSTI 2016-2025 Strategic Plan with one of its agreed priorities: promote science and technological entrepreneurship. This project is also in accordance with SMEWG 2017-2020 Strategic Plan in its two priority areas; inclusive business ecosystem that supports SME growth and supporting entrepreneurship, innovation, and the internet and digital economy. Furthermore, clean energy start-Ups from the APEC member economies; experts from APEC and non-APEC stakeholders; and relevant international organisations will be invited as speakers to share their experience.

Sustainability

The beneficiaries could be actively involved in preparing a recommendation paper for business sustainability in member economies. The project report will be available for participants, economies, stakeholders, and beneficiaries long after the project has been completed. Policymakers and academics or other communities who have not attended may also benefit from reading the project report, which will be shared and uploaded on APEC’s website. It will be valuable resources for future surveys, questionnaires, or other activities.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseers (PO) is Ms. Khoiria Oktaviani, Subdivision Head of Planning and Program of Communication and Information, The Bureau of Communication Public Information Service and Cooperation, Ministry Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR). She was graduated from Master’s Program, Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

She is one of representative of MEMR as co-mentor on RE start-Ups incubator and often appointed as a speaker or judge of start-Ups pitching ideas and hackathon event. She was responsible for the annual biggest awarding event in MEMR, Subroto Award from 2017-2021 as well.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Contractors are those who will work to support PO both in substative and administrative matters. The consultant’s team consists of trade facilitation experts and researchers in the field of international trade. The importance of consultant team to be at the forum is for it to run smoothly so that the objectives of forum are achieved and the expected outputs are realized. Accordingly, PO seeks APEC funding to support consultants airfare and per diem to attend the forum.

The allocation of work hours per task as follows:

No.

Description of Duties

Time unit (Hour)

Unit Rate (USD)

1

Conducting a preliminary research to be used as pre-reading materials for the speakers and participants prior to the workshop. Preliminary Study will be also presented by the Contractor during the Forum.

40

50

2

Working with speakers and discussants in drafting, revising and finalizing agenda of forum including elaboration of each agenda session and make sure speaker’s materials are in line with the topic;

25

50

3

Creating a list of suitable potential speakers

20

50

4

Make initial contact with potential speakers and be responsible in their invitation

25

50

5

Choosing the venue for the forum and make sure the venue host is adequate enough to held the forum with several technologies involved

25

50

6

To upload forum materials on an existing online platform and to be responsible for all documentation during the forum

25

50

7

Designing the online brochure for the forum and distribute it to at least 4 (four) digital social media platforms

20

50

8

Creating a list of suitable participants to join the forum

15

50

9

Prepare the Term of Reference (TOR) of the forum

15

50

10

Designing the ex-ante and ex-post evaluation and create an online link for the survey

20

50

11

Taking notes during the offline forum

15

50

12

Processing the ex-ante and ex-post evaluation results

27

50

13

Drafting and finalizing the forum minutes to be written as forum summary with recommendations

27

50

14

Summary report of the forum

28

50

15

Provide inputs to the PO on the finalization of the Project Completion Report upon completion of the project

28

50

Clerical Support: The allocation of work hours per task as follows:

No.

Description of Duties

Time unit (Hour)

Unit Rate (USD)

1

Data entry and update in Excel, Word, compiling data

20

25

2

Preparing draft letters, invitation and reports

20

25

3

Receiving, sorting and distributing faxes and e-mails, copying and scanning documents

5

25

4

Answering and making phone calls

10

25

5

Coordination and facilitation of specific tasks

15

25

6

Circulating General Information (GI)

10

25

7

Other duties of clerical and secretarial in nature that may arise

20

25

8

Printing and circulating forum materials for speakers and moderator of the forum as well as making documentation for the forum

30

25

9

To check and ensure the accuracy and compliance of such documents before the submission to the PO and APEC Secretariat for approval

15

25

10

To support PO in claiming, preparing and submitting all reimbursement claims and invoices of contractor services and venue


Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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