Research Project Reports

Study on Electricity Supply Mix and Role of Policy in ASEAN

Edited by Emiri Yokota and Ichiro Kutani

ERIA Research Project Report 2015-18

Posted: March 2017

Abstract

Increasing demand for electricity and relativity lower income level are urging ASEAN member states to develop large-scale power generating capacity in an economically efficient way. Mitigating environmental burden in this development is also becoming more important than ever. Thus, the simultaneous achievement of the so-called 3Es - energy supply security, economic efficiency, and environmental protection - in power development has become indispensable in the energy policy of ASEAN countries.

Each country has its policy/target for future power supply mix. Yet without an appropriate implementation tool, such policy or plan will likely not be implemented. This study then aims at suggesting possible policy tools to realise such an appropriate power supply mix.


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Contents


Cover

Preface and Acknowledgements

Contents

List of Figures & Tables

List of Project Members

List of Abbreviations

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Electric Power Policy and Market Structure in ASEAN Member States

Chapter 3 Energy Mix and Market Structure in Europe

Chapter 4 Key Findings and Policy Recommendation

References

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