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Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy for Southeast Asia (CASE)

As of: September 2021

Southeast Asia is one of the fastest-growing developing regions in the world, with an energy demand forecast to rise by 70% by 2040. The partner countries are currently responsible for 80% of the region's energy consumption, which, according to current planning, includes the substantial use of coal. This makes the successful implementation of the Paris Agreement more difficult. The project therefore supports an energy transition with ambitious climate goals in this region. Together with the broad participation of relevant stakeholders, evidence-based solutions for key challenges are being developed aimed at reorienting the energy transition and the pertinent local dialogue. It also supports coordination in the energy sector in South East Asia and provides technical and political assistance. The project is developing a knowledge platform and it is also participating in the regional specialist dialogue as part of the South East Asian Energy Transition Partnership (ETP). The project is part of the IKI Corona Response Package.

State of implementation/results

  • Against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic, CASE will offer government representatives and other target groups advice on how Green Recovery can harmonize both economic recovery and sustainable energy change.
  • The project participated in the Singapore International Energy Week in 10/2020, which is one of the most visited and well-known energy fairs in Southeast Asia (SEA).
  • From 07-11/12/2020, the Indonesia Energy Transition Dialogue was held, organised by IESR with support from CASE. Day 5 focused on Energy Transition and was attended by CASE members.
  • In 03/2021, the "Moving and powering the future" exhibition of the German Federal Foreign Office stopped in Bangkok (12-18) [www.facebook.com/…] and in Khon Kaen (23-27) [www.facebook.com/…] on its world tour. The exhibition presented technologies, solutions and models for the energy transition as well as a vision of a sustainable future of energy and transport. The exhibition was accompanied by an intense PR and stakeholder campaign and national news also covered the event in newspapers and on TV.
  • In 03/2021, the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue took place, with a focus on the energy transition in Southeast Asia.

Project data

Country:
Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam

Implementing organisation:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Political partner(s):
  • Department of Energy (DOE) - Philippines
  • Department of Energy Policy and Planning (DEPP / EPPO) - Thailand
  • National Assembly of Vietnam - Committee on Science, Technology and Environment
  • State Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) - Indonesia

Implementing partner(s):
  • Agora Energiewende Smart Energy for Europe Plattform gGmbH
  • Energy Research Institute (ERl)
  • Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (iCSC) - Philippines
  • Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR)
  • NewClimate - Institute for Climate Policy and Global Sustainability gGmbH
  • Thailand Development Research Institute - TDRI
  • Vietnam Initiative for Energy Transition (VIET)

BMU grant:
19.950.000,00 €

Duration:
03/2020  till  02/2024




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