Energy consumption in Southeast Asia has dramatically increased due to its fast-growth economies. To meet the demand, electricity generation from a variety of alternative energy to fossil fuels is sought for energy security and environmental sustainability.
The Government of Vietnam has laid out their goals for renewable energy until 2030, in which renewable energy will contribute 9.9% and 21% to total electricity production by 2020 and 2030, respectively. The new National Power Development Master Plan to be released this year will heavily focus on renewable energy.
In Myanmar, with almost 50% of the country living without access to reliable and affordable electricity, the National Electrification Project (NEP) is on top of the agenda with the Government’s goal to achieve 100% electrification by 2030. The Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MOEE) is aiming to generate 8% of the country’s electricity through renewable sources by 2021 and 12% by 2025.
The Webinar on Opportunities for Renewable Energy in Vietnam and Myanmar will shed lights on the energy transition in the two fastest growth economies in Southeast Asia. Join us in this Webinar to obtain the most up to date trends in energy supply and consumption at the regional and national level, drivers for renewable energy, resource potential, opportunities and challenges for investment and project developments in Vietnam and Myanmar.