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ASEAN Electricity Tariff 2014

Finally, I finished the new list for electricity pricing in all of ASEAN countries as of May 2014. The first edition was in 2011, and then I updated it in 2012. And more good news, all of these data are actually public domain. You could get it just by googling it. Although some data is difficult to found as there are only available on national language.

But, different with two previous versions, I am no longer making a complete table showing the old number and the update for each main sector; residential, commercial, and industrial. The new list is for the new data only, which is being implied now (May 2014) in each ASEAN countries. So, if you want to see how the price are going up (or down) in any particular country, just get all the lists and do it by yourself.  ;-)

But… I made a complete comparison table for Residential sector (only). Here are some good features: Read more

Pocket Books: ASEAN Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Activities

By the end of last year, my office published another two pocket books; one is about ASEAN Energy Efficiency and another one is about ASEAN Renewable Energy. Both of these books provide you will a snapshot of associated related activities in ASEAN under the framework of ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2010-2015.

Go download it both.

 

 

ASEAN and Climate Issue

ASEAN long-term energy path. ASEAN is one of the fastest growing economic regions in the world, driven by a growing middle class, urbanisation and industrialization, as well as economic integration of its ten (10) member countries. This growth had a consequential increase in primary energy consumption which was registered at 3.6% per annum from 1995 to 2007. Total primary energy consumption increased from 339 MTOE in 1995 to 511 MTOE in 2007, in which fossil fuels; oil, coal and gas, are accounted for 64.6% in 1995 and increased to 72.4% in 2007. Read more