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REEEP Project Outputs

REEEP Project Outputs

  • Baseline study for solar charged electric two-wheelers in Vietnamese cities

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    The baseline report outlines the characteristics of the target market for solar-charged two-wheelers in Vietnamese cities - high school and university students. Relevant baseline information on technological capacity and policy in Vietnam is also analyzed in this context. The findings indicate a potential in this market, although further research within the framework of developing their business plan needs to be conducted in order to confirm this potential. Lack of awareness and unfamiliarity with renting a vehicle was seen as key challenges to be addressed in their business plan.

  • GHG Inventory and Action Plan for Yogyakarta Municipality, Indonesia

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    A GHG profile of city of Yogyakarta based on an inventory of different emission sources in the city. An action for plan for targeted RE and EE measures has been developed for the city based on the findings of the GHG inventory. A guide for developing a GHG inventory for a city  has been developed as part of this project as well and can be found in this database as well "Guideline on preparing a city-level emissions inventory, analysis and process for RE and EE Programmes".

  • Sustainable business model to deliver renewable energy to rural villages in Vietnam

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    Extending reliable grid-based systems to sparsely populated areas is often not financially viable and this fact has proven a barrier to the electrification of parts of rural Vietnam. World Vision has already succeeded in establishing reliable community-driven networks for the distribution of energy efficient stoves in rural Africa and Latin America. This approach leveraged local community organisations to promote the interventions and required intensive government consultation and interface with all partners.

  • Boosting RE in privately-led rural electrification projects in Cambodia

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    There are currently approximately 200 existing diesel mini-grids in Cambodia and the same amount again will be needed by 2015. They often face very high production costs due to inefficient fossil-fuel powered generators and to the poor design of distribution systems. These constraints hamper the ability to increase energy access in the poorest rural areas.

  • Planning and policy support for producing RE biogas in the Indonesian tofu industry

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    The Indonesian tofu industry encompasses some 84000 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in clusters around the country. Currently the wastewater from these firms is released without being completely treated producing odour greenhouse gas emissions and pollution in both water and soil.

    Purpose

    To provide a plan and policies to support the wide-scale implementation and replication of RE biogas in Indonesia and to explore the possible funding options to produce biogas from tofu small industry’s waste water including the carbon market.

  • Implementing low carbon public transport in Jakarta

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    TransJakarta Jakarta's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system currently carries 330000 passengers per day. However many potential riders are still forced to use less fuel-efficient means of transport such as private cars motorcycle and taxis because there is no public alternative available close by. Nevertheless BRT ridership could be expanded significantly through the introduction of 'trunk/feeder' and feeder services to TransJakarta in a package with optimization and improvements of the operational system physical design in the trunk system and the supply network for CNG.