Yearly Archives: 2019

December 3, 2019 | by Energy and Climate Education Still Missing in Southeast Asian Universities | found in: Blog

University curriculum in Southeast Asian varsities generally creates silos between energy and climate. Imparting energy-climate knowledge to our youth is integral to transforming the present state into a low-carbon future. This article was inspired by one of the interns working at the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE). I asked, “What is your expected takeaway from your internship?” […]

Read More
Research and Development (R&D) on Renewable Energy in ASEAN_img

Research and Development (R&D) on Renewable Energy in ASEAN | found in: Publications

To assist the APAEC 2016-2025’s goals, the ASEAN-German Energy Programme (AGEP), a jointly implemented project by the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), conducted a study titled Research and Development (R&D) on Renewable Energy in ASEAN. […]

Read More

The Role of Smart Cities in Energy Transformation in ASEAN | found in: Articles

ASEAN Centre for Energy estimated the regional energy demand is expected to grow as much as 2.3 times over long-term projections to 2040, in the Business-as-Usual scenario (BAU). The energy mix in the region continues to rely heavily on fossil fuel, with coal outstripping natural gas as the main source of fossil fuel to meet […]

Read More

10th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development, 7-8 October 2019, Thailand | found in: Events

The 10th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development took place under the theme “Translating Targets into Actions” on 7-8 October 2019 at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand. The Forum organised by the five United Nations Regional Commissions and the Ministry of Energy of the Kingdom of Thailand. Executive Director of ACE shared an updates […]

Read More

November 4, 2019 | by Paving Way to ASEAN Energy Sovereignty | found in: Blog

Energy demand in ASEAN member states (AMS) has increased twice as fast as in other countries since the 2000s. AMS together are currently the sixth-largest energy consumer and will be the fourth-largest by 2030, with more than 54 percent of the energy need expected to be covered by oil imports by 2035. Fossil fuel subsidies […]

Read More

September 23, 2019 | by Can Indonesia relocate its capital without derailing its Paris Agreement targets? | found in: Blog

Jakarta is exhausted. Amid severe traffic congestion, worsening air pollution, rapid land subsidence and other serious issues, Indonesia’s capital city, the heart of its economy and government, seems no longer able to sustain the lives of more than 10 million people. President Joko Widodo recently echoed again the idea of relocating Indonesia’s capital, an endeavour […]

Read More

Green Buildings Awards 2019 | found in: ASEAN Energy Awards, Green Building Awards

Small & Medium Building Winner Enviromental Preservation and Innovation Centre (EPIC) Malaysia Winner SCG Health Centre Building Thailand 1st Runner-up Delta Electronics Head Office Thailand Large Building Winner IKEA Cheras Malaysia Winner Kampung Admiralty Singapore 1st Runner-up Green Office Park 9 (GOP 9) Indonesia 1st Runner-up Head Office RU IV Building Indonesia 2nd Runner-up Temasek […]

Read More

Energy Management for Buildings & Industry Awards 2019 | found in: ASEAN Energy Awards, Energy Management in Buildings and Industries Awards

  Small & Medium Building Winner Ayala Museum Philippines 1st Runner-up Wisma TNB Penang Malaysia 2nd Runner-up Melaka TM Tower Malaysia Large Building Winner Chaophya Park Hotel Thailand 1st Runner-up Rajavithi Hospital Thailand 2nd Runner-up KOMTAR Penang Malaysia Small & Medium Industry Winner Bang Bua Thong Chilled Distribution Center Thailand 1st Runner-up PT. Pertamina– S&D […]

Read More