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29th MEETING OF
THE HEADS OF ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES COUNCIL (HAPUA XXIX)
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA, 23 MAY 2013 

   
   

IN PHOTO, FROM LEFT-RIGHT: MR. SYAIFUL B. IBRAHIM, HAPUA Secretary in- Charge, MR. BAMBANG HERMAWANTO, Chairman of APGCC, MR. PENGIRAN JAMRA WEIRA BIN PENGIRAN HAJI PETRA, Head of Brunei Darussalam Delegation, MR. NUR PAMUDJI, Head of Indonesia Delegation, MR.BOUNOUM SYVANPHENG, Head of Lao PDR Delegation, DATO MUHAMMAD RAZIF ABDUL RAHMAN, Head of Malaysia Delegation, H.E. KEO ROTTANAK, Head of Cambodia Delegation, H.E. ITH PRAING, Secretary of State Industry, Mines and Energy of the Kingdom of Cambodia, DR. HARDIV H. SITUMEANG , Executive Director of ACE, MR. KHIN MAUNG ZAW, Head of Myanmar Delegation, MR. FROILAN A. TAMPINCO, Head of the Philippines Delegation, MR. SIM KWONG MIAN, Head of Singapore Delegation, DR. SUTHEP CHIMKLAI, Head of Thailand Delegation, MR. DINH QUANG TRI, Head of Vietnam Delegation

   

THE 29TH MEETING OF THE
HEAD ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES (HAPUA) JOINT STATEMENT
OF
THE HAPUA COUNCIL MEMBERS, 2013

 


1. The HAPUA Council reiterates its commitment to accelerate the implementation of the ASEAN Power Grid (APG) in support of the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity. In addition to supporting the recommendation by HAPUA Working Group No. 2 on APG on dividing ASEAN interconnections into 3 potentially inter-connected blocks/regions, the HAPUA Council recommended further actions to be taken as follows:

a) Sustained stepped-up efforts to harmonize the common technical standard and system operation procedures to ensure reliability and security of system operation, performance and safety in generation and transmission of electricity in any future interconnections.
b) Identification of an efficient and effective framework on taxation and customs tariff in order to accelerate investments in the development of APG projects.

2. The HAPUA Council fully acknowledges and highly values the crucial role of renewable energy in the sustainable supply of energy for the ASEAN region. However, to meet the fast growing demand for electricity and expectation of affordable electricity tariffs in the region, the development of large scale power generation plants such as hydropower, clean-coal power plants, and perhaps nuclear option are indispensible. The HAPUA Council further recognizes that a development of any generation project in any ASEAN member countries, that has the potential contribution beyond one country, should be celebrated and valued by all other ASEAN member countries.

3. The HAPUA Council reaffirms its commitment to achieve collective target of 15% renewable energy in its generation mix.

4. The HAPUA Council reaffirms its commitment to pursue key initiatives and programs on the enhancement of capability building within the ASEAN utilities. The compilation of list of expertsise in all relevant disciplines will be implemented in order to expedite information, knowledge and experience exchange. Specifically in the areas of generation, in-house and external expertise in clean-coal technology, nuclear as well as shale gas that will be nurtured and developed. Acknowledging its own limitation, the HAPUA Council urges and authorizes all the five HAPUA Working Groups to engage external stakeholders, as the case may be, through the HAPUA Secretariat for necessary support and assistance.

5. The HAPUA Council recognizes that the ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE) plays a vital role in promoting debates, exchanges of ideas and experience, research and policy analyses. Hence, the HAPUA Council further urges ACE to provide all members of HAPUA, HAPUA’s strategic partners, and the ASEAN governments with recommendations on efficient and effective ways in which to realize the ASEAN Connectivity master plan.


   
 

 

HAPUA NEWS

 


13thAPGCC, 19th HWC and 30th HAPUA Council Meetings will be held on June 3 – 6, 2014 in Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
For further information, please contact Mrs. Endang Palupi (epalupi@pln.co.id) and Mr. Bot Sosani (botsosasni@pln.co.id)


   

The 18th Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee

 



The 18th Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee (HWC) was convened in Siem Reap, Cambodia on January 16-17, 2014.

Participants in attendance were delegates from the 9 member countries namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Myamnar was unable to attend the meeting. Also in attendance were the representatives from the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), the Chairman of APGCC, HAPUA Secretariat, EU Senior Expert, International Copper Association (ICA) Expert and the CIRED of South Asia.