Electricity Market Reforms in the ASEAN, China, India, and Japan
The electricity sector's reforms aim to modernise its infrastructure, rules, policies, and procedures to allow for more efficiency and for clean energy to have the same playing field in the power competition/wholesale/retail electricity market. This will enable inefficient power to be phased out gradually. Over the past 2 decades, there has been remarkable progress in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) electricity markets that has increased the electrification ratio substantially; however, it has not achieved free market competition, universal electrification, and emission reduction plans. ASEAN aims to achieve universal access to electricity by 2030.
Electricity Market Reforms in ASEAN, China, India, and Japan provides 10 empirical studies investigating and evaluating the electricity market reforms in Southeast Asia, China, India, and Japan. The book analyses the electricity market policy reform plans, market liberalisation, tariff reform, electricity trade, renewable energy integration, resource allocation, and the sustainability of the electricity market in the region and these countries. It provides policy recommendations to foster the reforms and increase market efficiency.
About the Book
- Ways to Achieve a Sustainable Electricity Market in Southeast Asia
- Assessing the Effects of ASEAN Liberalised Electricity
- Markets: The Case of Singapore and the Philippines
- Resource Misallocation in Electricity Sector: Reform and Policies in China
- The Effect of Energy Sector Reforms on the Promotion of Renewable Electricity and Social Welfare in India
- Strategies of Electricity Market Reform in Indonesia: Pursuing the Greening National Power System
- Bilateral Electricity Trade between Singapore and Malaysia
- Economic Efficiency and Welfare Implications
- Ways to Enhance Efficiency and Reduce Emissions in the Electricity Markets in Singapore and China
- Electricity Market Reform in the Philippines: Lessons for other ASEAN Countries
- The Impact of Electricity Tariffs Reforms on Poverty in Lao People's Democratic Republic
- A Review of Electricity Market Reform in Japan