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PEEP2 Success Stories

Under the Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Pacific - Phase 2 (PEEP2) Project, IIEC implemented 34 EE projects following ADB procurement guidelines.. Read more...


NAMA in Mongolia

IIEC completed a project to provide advisory services on Climate Finance in Mongolia. Read more...


Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA)

An initiative of IIEC, supported by Euroheat & Power, the Danish Board of District Heating, ADB, and UN Environment.Read more...

Region

Asia

Service Area

Renewable Energy

Project Title

Resource Assessment for Methane Capture Programs

Country

India, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand

Client

US Environment Protection Agency and PA Consulting

Project Funding Agency

US Environment Protection Agency

Project Duration

Start Date

March 2008

Scheduled Completion

March 2008

Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

The project is a part of international methane to markets partnership. USEPA has engaged IIEC directly in India and through PA Consulting in Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand to come up with macro-level potential of methane capture initiatives from agriculture sector. Methane being a highly potent greenhouse gas poses higher threat towards climate change. Project activities are expected to result in several replicable programs in the countries where IIEC will complete the resource assessments.

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Anil Kumar (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

 

Region

Asia

Service Area

Distributed Generation & Renewable Energy (RE)

Project Title

Renewable Best Practices in Developing Countries

Country

Regional

Client

 

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IIEC initiated this  project  on international “Best Practices” (and worst practices) in the areas of policy, programs and institutional development as part of the North-South dialogue. The goal was to create a framework for a debate about the necessary and sufficient conditions for increasing the market share of renewable and efficiency (R&E) technologies.

The study  evaluated the best practices in the areas of policies, programs, institutional development in both developing and developed economies  to ascertain whether there were lessons to be learned from both successes and failures. The study  looked at a sample of the best practices in a variety of countries, such as Brazil, India, the Philippines, South Africa and Thailand. It  evaluated individual policies, programs and institutions as well as instances where they were best integrated for a successful transition to greater RE use. It also focused on several thematic tracks: policy frameworks, technical integration (e.g., hybrid systems), institutional development (including finance), and program designs. Finally there was a review of those nations where the integration of multiple approaches  resulted in the most sustainable market penetration of RE systems.

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Distributed Generation & Renewable Energy (RE)

Project Title

Green Independent Power Producers (IPPs) for Southeast Asia

Country

Regional – Southeast Asia

Client

Greenpeace International

Project Funding Agency

 

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The Green IPP project explored the concept of procuring renewable energy and energy-efficient resources as an alternative to conventional coal-fired power plants in Southeast Asia.

This project considered a hypothetical 150-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant and compared it to 150 MW worth of resources supplied by renewable energy and energy efficiency. In developing the concept, IIEC used a hypothetical mix of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures while taking into consideration the cost of each and resource availability in the region. IIEC compared the following parameters in the study: costs including externalities, finance and transaction costs, and employment effects. The project provided information on financing mechanisms for independent power projects, as well as sources of financing for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Southeast Asia. It also  recommended a policy framework to support renewable energy and energy efficiency in a restructured utility environment

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Training & Capacity Building; Renewable Energy

Project Title

Sustainable Energy in the Mekong Region

Country

Regional

Client

Council in Renewable Energy

Project Funding Agency

ADB

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Project Description and Summary of Services

 

 

 

 

 

IIEC focused on capacity-building for CORE (Council on Renewable Energy) because it comprised of the same government officials and policymakers that the Asian Development Bank (ADB) dealt with, and because CORE could conduct technical studies and implement projects with the ADB.

IIEC’s accomplishments in relation to this capacity-building project included: (1) obtaining CORE's first institutional funding; (2) CORE’s adoption of market-based methods of renewable energy dissemination in lieu of traditional methods; and (3) helping CORE establish connections in the international renewables community.

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Region

Asia

Service Area

Distributed Generation & Renewable Energy (RE)

Project Title

Village Power Database for Indonesia and the Philippines

Country

Indonesia and the Philippines

Client

 

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This project involved collecting case-study information on renewable energy projects for rural application in Indonesia and the Philippines. IIEC gathered for each country 10 case studies of various technologies (micro-hydro, PV, wind) which were then input into a searchable, online database maintained by NREL.

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IIEC Profile

Our Vision & Values

Our Vision & Values

Our vision is to accelerate the promotion of sustainable energy and environmental programs in developing countries and countries in transition.  Our unique values are strived to provide sustainable solutions with proven technical capabilities, implement with wealth of practical and international experience in Asia and Pacific regions. Read more...

Our Niche & Strengths

Our Niche & Strengths

IIEC works on-the-ground, through multi-disciplined staff and partners, with governments and the private sector to implement energy efficiency and renewable energy programs and projects.  Read more...
 

Our Capabilities

Our Capabilities

Specific services provided by IIEC to its clients include: DSM/EE Implementation & Evaluation; Development & Implementation of EE Standards and Labeling Programs; Renewable Energy Project Planning & Implementation; Clean Energy Finance Design; and Implementation of Energy Efficient Buildings  Read more...
 

Our Major Clients

Our Major Clients

IIEC’s major clients include the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) etc.  Read more...
 

Our Offices

Offices

IIEC operates through its offices in India, Thailand and Philippines.  Read more...
 

Our Team

Our Team

IIEC has full time local staff in each of its offices that are well placed to contribute to programs due to their extensive exposure to energy, transport and environmental activities in the region and their understanding of cultural issues relevant to the countries.  Read more...
 

Our Board

Board of Directors

IIEC’s Board of Directors is comprised of nine members, who are dedicated to providing strategic guidance to the organization as it advances its goal to promote sustainable and efficient energy use in developing nations and economies in transition.  Read more...
 

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