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31th MEETING OF

THE HEADS OF ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES COUNCIL (HAPUA XXXI)

MELAKA, MALAYSIA, MAY 22, 2015

   
   

IN PHOTO, FROM LEFT – RIGHT, MR. PENGIRAN JAMRA WEIRA BIN PENGIRAN HAJI PETRA , Head of Brunei Darussalam Delegation, H.E. KEO ROTTANAK, Head of Cambodia Delegation, MR. MURTAQI SYAMSUDDIN, Head of Indonesia Delegation, MR. KOMONCANH PHET-ASA, Head of Lao PDR Delegation, Y. BHG. DATUK SERI IR. AZMAN MOHD, Head of Malaysia Delegation, MRS. MA. GLADYS CRUZ-STA, Head of the Philippines Delegation, MR. WONG KIM VIN, Head of Singapore Delegation, MR. MR. CHANIN CHAONIRATTISAI, Head of Thailand Delegation, MR. TRAN TUAN DZUNG, Head of Vietnam Delegation.


   

THE 31TH MEETING OF THE
HEAD ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES (HAPUA) JOINT STATEMENT
OF
THE HAPUA COUNCIL MEMBERS, 2015

 


1. Reaffirming our commitment towards ASEAN energy security and economic community, the HAPUA Council is committed towards:

a).Implementing three priority projects of ASEAN Power Grid (APG), namely Lao PDR (Ban Hat) – Cambodia (Stung Treng) by 2017, Sarawak – Brunei by 2018 and Peninsular Malaysia – Sumatera by 2020,

b).Implementing Lao PDR – Thailand – Malaysia – Singapore Power Integration Project (LTMS-PIP) by 2018 where the lessons learnt from implementing LTMS-PIP will contribute to the resolution of issues of legal and tax harmonization towards the setup of the ASEAN Electricity Regulator and APG Transmission System Operator (ATSO) and APG Generation & Transmission Planning (AGTP) institutions.

2. The HAPUA Council reaffirms its commitment towards enhancing optimization of indigenous and renewable energy use, taking into consideration of ASEAN commitment to achieve 25% of renewable energy mix by 2020, while maintaining system reliability and power quality through proper integration of renewable energy sources with grid.


3. The HAPUA Council is committed to enhancing power reliability and quality by modernizing the Grid system, utilizing Smart Grid technologies.

4. The HAPUA Council is committed to explore the various possible financial modalities for APG projects by setting up the “Guidelines for PPP Financing Modalities in ASEAN Power Project”.

5. The HAPUA Council is committed for ASEAN utilities to share the same platform for recognition and utilization of technical experts among themselves.

 

 

   
 

 

HAPUA NEWS

 



Special Joint Meeting of the APGCC and HWG2,
September 09 – 10, 2015 in Hua Hin, Thailand.
For Further information please contact :
Mr. Danuyot Dangpradit (danuyot.d@egat.co.th)


9th ASEAN Residential School in Electric Power Engineering 2015
(ARSEPE 2015), September 28 to October 9, 2015 in the Philippines. Turbocharged by MERALCO, TRANSCO and MERALCO Power Academy.
For Further information please contact :
Power.academy@meralco.com.ph and Secretariat HWG 5, Mr. K. Dharma (dharmak@tnb.com.my)
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The 21th Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee

 



The 21st Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee (HWC) was convened in Melaka, Malaysia on 20 - 21 May 2015.

Participants in attendance were delegates from 9 ASEAN member countries namely, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.