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30th MEETING OF
THE HEADS OF ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES COUNCIL (HAPUA XXX)
MANADO, INDONESIA, 5 JUNE 2014
 

   
   

IN PHOTO, FROM LEFT – RIGHT, MR. SYAIFUL BAKHRI IBRAHIM, HAPUA Secretary in Charge, MR. BAMBANG HERMAWANTO, APGCC Chairman, MR. MUSA METALI, Head of Brunei Darussalam Delegation, H.E. KEO ROTTANAK, Head of Cambodia Delegation, MR. HASRL ZAHRI NUZAHAR, Director of DGE – MEMR of Republic Indonesia, MR. NUR PAMUDJI, Head Indonesia Delegation, MR. DUANGSY PHARAYOK, Head of Lao PDR Delegation, DATO’ ROSLAN AB. RAHMAN, Head of Malaysia Delegation, MR. KHIN MAUNG WIN, Head of Myanmar Delegation, MR. URBANO C. MENDIOLA, JR, Head of the Philippines Delegation, MR. HAN TEK FONG, Head of Singapore Delegation, MR. PATRAPONG THEPA, Head of Thailand Delegation, MR. TRAN TUAN DZUNG, Head of Vietnam Delegation

   

THE 30TH MEETING OF THE
HEAD ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES (HAPUA) JOINT STATEMENT
OF
THE HAPUA COUNCIL MEMBERS, 2014

 


I. 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. To support the development of the ASEAN region, the HAPUA Council would like to call upon the ASEAN Ministers on Energy to provide leadership and coordination in order for HAPUA to :

a. Accelerate efforts to harmonize the common technical standards and system operation procedures to enable reliability, security and safety of existing generation and transmission system including any future electrical interconnections and to harmonize the regulations and commercial arrangement on cross border power trading; and

b. Identify an efficient and effective framework on taxation and customs tariff in order to facilitate investments and financial modalities including Public Private Participation (PPP) in the development of APG Projects.

II. 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 and Geothermal option are indispensible.

III. The HAPUA Council takes note of progress made by each member country with respect to collective target of 15 % renewable energy in the generation mix and further reaffirms its commitment to achieving this target by 2020.

IV. The HAPUA Council reaffirms its commitment to further pursue key initiatives and programs on the enhancement of capability building within the ASEAN utilities through more personnel exchange and experience sharing programs particularly in the areas of cross border electricity transaction, clean coal technology, hydro and geothermal power generation.

V. The HAPUA Council, in acknowledging its own limitation, urges all its five Working Groups to engage international organizations and dialogue partners of ASEAN.

 

   
 

 

HAPUA NEWS

 

 

IEA-ASEAN Workshop on Development Prospects for
ASEAN Power Systems

12-13 March 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia,
Organized by ACE, HAPUA Secretariat and IEA.
For further information please contact :
Ms. Trudy H (email : secretariat@asean.org) and
Mrs. Endang Palupi (epalupi@pln.co.id)

6th HWG 1 – Generation & Renewable Energy
9-11 March, 2015, Bangkok,
Organized by EGAT, Thailand.
For further information, please contact :
Mrs. Pimpaptsorn Thanhawat (email : 594245@egat.co.th)

ASEAN Residential School for HR Management (ARSHRM)
13-24 April, 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Organized by UNITEN and TNB, Malaysia.
For further information, please contact :
Mrs. Mafuzah Mohamad (email : mafuzah@uniten.edu.my) and
Mr. K. Dharma (email : dharmak@tnb.com.my)
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The 20th Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee

 



The 20th Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee (HWC) was convened in Bali Indonesia on 5 – 6 November 2014.

Participants in attendance were delegates from 9 ASEAN member countries namely, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Also in attendance were the representative from ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE), the Chairman of APGCC and HAPUA Secretariat.