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Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018

Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018

Summary

Renewable energy represents a possible solution to two major global issues: global warming and diminishing fossil fuel reserves. It is sustainable and clean, generally emitting no or very little CO2, and these factors have led major countries to shift their focus toward the development of renewable energy sources.

All APAC countries covered in the report, with the exception of Singapore have set targets for renewable energy deployment and generation. While some countries have capacity targets, some have generation targets although both would imply an increase in installed capacity. Singapore has clarified that renewable energy will not be subsidized; hence there are no FiTs or related mechanisms in the country to promote renewable energy.

In most of the APAC countries, introduction of dedicated agencies to coordinate installations and the roll out of FiTs has led to a significant and prompt growth in the corresponding technologies. India, for example, had less than 50 MW solar PV capacity in 2010. This increased to more than 1,000 MW in 2011 which was a direct result of the introduction of the National Solar Mission (NSM) in 2010. The mission not only streamlined the industry but also provided several incentives and subsidies along with FITs.

The report Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018, offers comprehensive information on major policies governing renewable energy market in the region. It provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the renewable energy industry. The report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in the region.

The report is built using data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

The report allows to -

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the region.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.
Scope
  • The report covers policy measures and incentives used in Asia Pacific to promote renewable energy.
  • The report details promotional measures in Asia Pacific both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies that have potential in the region.
Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the region.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.


1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
2 Executive Summary
3 Introduction
3.1 Renewable Energy Policy
3.2 GlobalData Report Guidance
4 Renewable Energy Policy, Australia
5 Renewable Energy Policy, China
6 Renewable Energy Policy, India
7 Renewable Energy Policy, Indonesia
8 Renewable Energy Policy, Japan
9 Renewable Energy Policy, Kazakhstan
10 Renewable Energy Policy, Malaysia
11 Renewable Energy Policy, New Zealand
12 Renewable Energy Policy, Pakistan
13 Renewable Energy Policy, Philippines
14 Renewable Energy Policy, Singapore
15 Renewable Energy Policy, South Korea
16 Renewable Energy Policy, Taiwan
17 Renewable Energy Policy, Thailand
18 Renewable Energy Policy, Vietnam
19 Appendix
19.1 Market Definitions
19.2 Abbreviations
19.3 Bibliography
19.4 Methodology
19.5 Coverage
19.6 Contact Us
19.7 Disclaimer
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy, Asia Pacific
Table 2: New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Annual Targets, Australia (TWh), 2015-
Table 3: State-wise Renewable Energy Targets, Australia
Table 4: Renewable Energy Law, China, Major Regulations, 2005-
Table 5: Renewable Energy Law, China, Renewable Portfolio Standards by Province (%),
Table 6: Key Provinces for Construction of solar PV projects in 13th Five-Year Plan (MW), China,
Table 7: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Power (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), China, 2016-
Table 8: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Power (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), China,
Table 9: Feed-in Tariffs for Onshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2015-
Table 10: Wind Power Feed in Tariffs, CNY/kWH (tax included), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2016-
Table 11: Feed-in Tariffs for Offshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2016-
Table 12: Renewable Energy Certificate Volume, India, January 2015-January
Table 13: Result of 2 MW Inter-State Transmission System Wind Power Auction, India, February
Table 14: Federal Level Feed-in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), India, 2016-
Table 15: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Tamil Nadu, 2017-
Table 16: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Rajasthan, 2017-
Table 17: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Gujarat, 2017-
Table 18: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Madhya Pradesh, 2017-
Table 19: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Maharashtra, 2017-
Table 20: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Karnataka, 2017-
Table 21: Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Kerala, 2016-
Table 22: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Andhra Pradesh, 2017-
Table 23: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Maharashtra, 2017-
Table 24: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Gujarat, 2006-
Table 25: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Tamil Nadu, 2017-
Table 26: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Kerala, 2016-
Table 27: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Karnataka, 2017-
Table 28: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Madhya Pradesh, 2016-
Table 29: Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Rajasthan, 2017-
Table 30: Federal Level Feed-in Tariff for Wind Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), India, 2016-
Table 31: Central Financial Assistance for Biomass Power Project and Bagasse Co-generation Projects by Sugar Mill Type, India,
Table 32: Central Financial Assistance for Bagasse Co-generation Project in Existing Co-operative Sector Sugar Mills Employing Boiler Modifications, India,
Table 33: Central Financial Assistance for Energy form Urban, Industrial, and Agricultural Wastes/Residues (INR and $), 2012-
Table 34: Financial Support for Biofuel, India,
Table 35: Federal Level Feed-in Tariffs for Biopower Based Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), 2017-
Table 36: Support for Hydropower in Private Sector, Joint Sector and Co-operative Societies, India,
Table 37: Support for Hydropower in State Government, Central Government and Public Sector Units, India,
Table 38: Ceiling Tariffs, Indonesia, 2015-
Table 39: Ceiling Tariffs ($/kWh), Indonesia, 2015-
Table 40: Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass ($/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Indonesia,
Table 41: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Japan,
Table 42: Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, Japan,
Table 43: Renewable Energy Feed in Tariffs, Kazakhstan,
Table 44: Renewable Energy Targets, Malaysia, 2015-
Table 45: Feed-in Tariffs for Different Renewable Energy Sources (MYR/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Malaysia,
Table 46: Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan Targets, Malaysia, 2020-
Table 47: Buy-back Rates for Renewable Electricity, New Zealand,
Table 48:Solar PV Feed-in-Tariff in North Region, Pakistan,
Table 49:Solar PV Feed-in-Tariff in South Region, Pakistan,
Table 50:Solar PV Feed-in-Tariff in North Region, Pakistan,
Table 51:Solar PV Feed-in-Tariff in South Region, Pakistan,
Table 52:Wind power Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan,
Table 53:Low-head (≤ 20 meters) Hydropower Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan,
Table 54:High-head (> 20 meters) Hydropower Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan,
Table 55: Renewable Power Installed Capacity Targets, Philippines, 2011-
Table 56: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Philippines, 2013-
Table 57: Renewable Energy, Republic of Korea, Target for New and Renewable Energies (%)
Table 58: Renewable Energy, Republic of Korea, New and Renewable Energies composition ratios (%)
Table 59: Renewable Portfolio Standards, Republic of Korea, Targets (%), 2012-
Table 60: Allocation of Renewable Energy Certificates, Republic of Korea,
Table 61: Installed Capacity Targets by Renewable Energy Source (MW), Taiwan,
Table 62: Installed Capacity Targets for Renewable Energy Sources (MW), Taiwan, 2020-
Table 63: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV and Wind Power ($/kWh and TWD/kWh), Taiwan, 2012-
Table 64: Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy Sources ($/kWh), Taiwan,
Table 65: Tentative Feed-in Tariffs (TWD and $), Taiwan,
Table 66: Final Feed-in Tariffs (TWD and $), Taiwan,
Table 67: Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy Sources (TWD/kWh and $/kWh), Taiwan,
Table 68: Estimated Contributions by Various Energy Sources to the Power Capacity Mix (%), Thailand, 2014 and
Table 69: Feed-in Tariffs ($/kWh), Thailand,
Table 70: Capacity Allocation under SPP Hybrid Scheme, Thailand,
Table 71: Share of Various Energy Sources in Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation in Original and Revised Power Development Plan VII (%), Vietnam, 2020-
Table 72: Renewable Energy Targets for Total Primary Energy Consumption, Renewable Energy Market, Vietnam, 2020-
Table 73: Abbreviations

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