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32nd MEETING OF

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

VIENTIANE, LAO PDR, MAY 6, 2016

   
   

IN PHOTO, FROM LEFT – RIGHT : Dr. Praing Chulasa, Head of Cambodia Delegation; Mr. Djoko R. Abu Manan, Head of Indonesia Delegation; Mr. Sisavath Thiravong, Head of Lao PDR Delegation; Datuk Wira Roslan Ab Rahman, Head of Malaysia Delegation; MA. Gladys Cruz-Sta. Rita, Head of the Philippines Delegation; Mr. Wong Kim Yin, Head of Singapore delegation; Mr. Kijja Sripatthangkura, Head of Thailand Delegation; Mr. Dinh Quang Tri, Head of Vietnam Delegation.

 

   

THE 32ND MEETING OF THE
HEAD ASEAN POWER UTILITIES/AUTHORITIES (HAPUA) JOINT STATEMENT
OF
THE HAPUA COUNCIL MEMBERS, 2016

 


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

- Implementation of three (3) ASEAN Power Grid (APG) priority projects out of sixteen (16) APG planned and committed projects with expected power exchange and purchase will almost triple its current 3,489 MW to 10,800 MW in 2020, and further increase to 16,000 MW post - 2020
- The pilot project, entitled “Lao PDR, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore (LTMS) Power Integration Project (PIP)”, will serve as a pathfinder for the APG towards realizing the initiation of multilateral electricity trading in one ASEAN subregion by 2018.


2. The HAPUA Council is committed to support ASEAN target to achieve 23% of renewable energy mix by 2025, 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, including utilizing Smart Grid technologies as well as making available technical experts to support each other.


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”.

   
 

 

HAPUA NEWS

 





   

The 23rd Meeting of HAPUA Working Committee

 



The 23rd Meeting of the HAPUA Working Commitee (HWC) was convened at Don Chan Palace Hotel and Convention, Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR on May 4th to 5th 2016. Participants in attendance were delegates from 8 ASEAN member countries namely Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. HAPUA Secretariat, ASEAN Secretariat, the representative from British Embassy-Laos, International Energy Agency and General Electric Power were also in attendance.