Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Report 2019

"Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2019" is the latest report from industry analysis specialist GlobalData, offers comprehensive information about the renewable energy policies of the APAC countries. The report provides a clear overview of the regulatory framework, plans, programs and incentives initiated by the individual countries to promote renewable energy sources. It provides information regarding the financial incentives, renewable energy auctions, net-metering, renewable targets and other plans implemented by the government or utilities of fifteen countries- Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

The report uses information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, associations, and annual reports.


The report provides the renewable framework of the APAC countries. Its scope includes:

• Study of regulatory framework for fifteen key APAC countries – Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

• Key policies and regulations supporting the development of renewable energy.

• Information on strategy, roadmaps and other programs to achieve the renewable targets and goals.

• Financial incentives including Feed-in-tariff, Feed-in-premium, rebates, loans, grants and other tax credits and exemptions to support the implementation of the renewable energy.

Key Highlights

Reasons to buy

The report will allow you to:

• Facilitate decision-making based on policies, plans, targets and strategies of APAC countries

• Develop business strategies by understanding the regulations shaping and driving the renewable energy market

• Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the APAC country’s regulatory framework

• Identify key programs and fiscal incentives of individual country

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Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary

3 Introduction

3.1 Renewable Energy Policy

3.2 GlobalData Report Guidance

4 Renewable Energy Policy, Australia

4.1 Overview

4.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework

4.2.1 Renewable Energy Target Scheme

4.2.2 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership

4.2.3 2030 Climate Change Target

4.2.4 Renewable Energy Venture Capital Fund

4.2.5 Clean Energy Finance Corporation

4.3 Renewable Energy Auctions, Australia

4.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Australia, Federal Incentives

4.4.1 Collaboration on Building Solar Future

4.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, Australia, Federal Incentives

4.5.1 Mechanisms Supporting Grid-Connected Wind Power

4.6 Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF)

4.7 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Australia, State Level Policies and Incentives

4.7.1 South Australia

4.7.2 New South Wales (NSW)

4.7.3 Victoria

4.7.4 Tasmania

4.7.5 Queensland

4.7.6 Australian Capital Territory

4.7.7 Western Australia

4.7.8 Northern Territory

5 Renewable Energy Policy, China

5.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

5.2 Renewable Energy Law

5.2.1 Taxation Measures

5.2.2 Grid Access

5.2.3 Interconnection Standards

5.2.4 Special Fund for Renewable Energy Development

5.2.5 Renewable Energy Law Amendments

5.3 International Science and Technology Co-operation Program for New and Renewable Energy

5.4 Shandong Province Village Renewable Energy Regulations

5.5 The 13th Five-Year Plan

5.6 China’s New Renewable Portfolio Standard

5.7 Renewable Energy Certificate Schemes

5.7.1 Green Energy Certificate Program (GEC)

5.7.2 New Renewable Energy Certificate Policy (REC)

5.7.3 Comparison between Green Energy Certificate and Draft Renewable Energy Certificate

5.8 Renewable Power Quota System

5.9 Carbon Intensity Target

5.10 China Energy Technology Innovation Action Plan 2016-2030

5.11 Renewable Energy Tariff Surcharge Grant Funds Management Approach

5.12 National Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) from 2020

5.13 New Subsidy-Free Solar, Wind Power Policy 2019

5.13.1 Work plan for promoting the construction of unfunded and affordable online projects for wind power and photovoltaic power generation

5.14 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, China

5.14.1 Golden Sun Program

5.14.2 Building Integrated PV Subsidy Program

5.14.3 2018 Solar PV Power Generation Notice

5.14.4 Feed-in Tariff for Solar Projects

5.14.5 Distributed PV Power Generation Project

5.14.6 Poverty Alleviation Program

5.14.7 Solar Auctions and Schemes

5.14.8 China’s Top Runner Solar program

5.14.9 531 policy, 2018

5.14.10 National solar subsidy program

5.14.11 Action Plan for the Development of Smart Photovoltaic Industry

5.14.12 Research and Development Support for Solar PV

5.14.13 Shandong Provinces Sunshine Plan

5.14.14 Oversupply and Curtailment of Solar Capacity- China blocks new solar in 3 regions amid overcapacity fears

5.15 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, China

5.15.1 Wind Auctions and Rules

5.15.2 Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power

5.15.3 Notice on Provisional Management Measures for Distributed Wind Power Project Development and Construction for all provinces

5.15.4 Notice regulating the standardization of the wind power equipment and generators quality

5.15.5 Low Interest Rate Loans

5.15.6 Value Added Tax and Import Tariff Rebate on Key Wind Turbine Components

5.15.7 Market Entry Standards for Wind Equipment Manufacturers

5.15.8 Offshore Wind Development Plan

5.15.9 Special Fund for the Industrialization of Wind Power Equipment

5.15.10 Notice on Integrating and Accommodating Wind Power

5.16 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, China

5.16.1 Preferential Value Added Tax for Small Hydropower

5.16.2 Rural Electrification Policies Favoring Small Hydro Installation

5.16.3 Key Policy Updates for Small Hydropower in the 13th Five-Year Plan

5.16.4 China Three Gorges rules for new domestic hydro projects

5.17 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, China

5.17.1 Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass

5.17.2 Value Added Tax for Biogas

5.17.3 Biogas Subsidy to cut Farm Waste

5.17.4 Financial Incentives for Ethanol

5.17.5 Non-food Biomass Feedstock Standardization Technical Committee

5.17.6 Bioenergy as part of 13th Five-year Plan

6 Renewable Energy Policy, India

6.1 Electricity Act of 2003

6.2 National Action Plan on Climate Change

6.2.1 State Action Plan on Climate Change (SAPCC)

6.3 Amendments in National Tariff Policy

6.4 Renewable Energy Certificates

6.5 Cross border Trade of Electricity, 2019

6.6 Memorandum-“Make in India” for Local Content in Renewable Energy Products

6.7 Memorandum-Quality of Solar Modules

6.8 National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy

6.9 Interstate transmission network System (ISTS)-connected wind-solar hybrid power projects

6.10 Green Energy Corridor

6.11 Extension on Waiver of Inter-State Transmission Charges for Wind and Solar Projects

6.12 Renewable Energy Targets

6.13 Central Financial Assistance for renewable Energy Projects

6.14 Renewable Energy Auctions

6.15 Feed-in-Tariffs

6.15.1 Small Hydro

6.15.2 Bioenergy

6.15.3 Solar Power

6.15.4 Wind Power

6.16 Support for Solar Power

6.16.1 Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission

6.16.2 Scheme for Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects

6.16.3 Loan for Installation of Grid Interactive Rooftop Solar PV Plants

6.16.4 Customs and Excise Duty Exemption for Grid-connected Roof-top Solar PV Systems

6.16.5 New Portal for Solar Developers

6.16.6 Phase-II, Grid-connected rooftop solar program

6.16.7 Net-metering

6.16.8 Amendments in Competitive Bidding Guidelines

6.16.9 Grid-scale battery energy storage system

6.16.10 Safeguard Duty on Import of Solar Cells and Modules

6.16.11 Delhi Solar Policy 2016-2020

6.16.12 Property tax exemption under the Mukhyamantri Saur Krushi Vahini Yojana (MSKVY), Maharashtra

6.16.13 Suryashakti Kisan Yojana (SKY), Gujarat

6.16.14 New Solar Roof-Top Policy, Karnataka, 2018-19

6.16.15 Exemption from CEIG Clearance for Solar Rooftop Project, Karnataka

6.17 Support for Wind Power

6.17.1 Generation-Based Incentive (GBI) for Grid Connected Wind Power Projects

6.17.2 Accelerated Depreciation for Wind Power Projects

6.17.3 Wind Repowering Policy

6.17.4 Draft Offshore Wind Energy Lease Rules, 2019

6.18 Support for Bio-power

6.18.1 Biomass Power and Bagasse Co-generation Program

6.18.2 Scheme to Support Biomass-Based Cogeneration in Sugar Mills and other Industries

6.18.3 Central Financial Assistance for Biomass Power Projects

6.18.4 Program on Energy from Urban, Industrial, and Agricultural Wastes/Residues, 2017–2020

6.18.5 National Biofuel Policy, 2018

6.18.6 Ethanol Blended Petrol Program (EBP)

6.19 Support for Small Hydropower

6.19.1 Small Hydropower Mission

6.19.2 Financial Support to support SHP

6.19.3 Proposal to waive off cess and taxes for small hydropower

7 Renewable Energy Policy, Indonesia

7.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

7.2 Green Energy Policy

7.3 Small Distributed Power Generation Using Renewable Energy

7.4 Medium-Scale Power Generation Using Renewable Energy

7.5 Income Tax Reduction for Energy Development Projects

7.6 Value-Added Tax and Import Duty Exemption for Renewable Energy Property

7.7 Electricity Purchase from Small- and Medium-Scale Renewable Energy

7.8 Ceiling Tariffs for Geothermal

7.9 Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass

7.10 Power Purchase from Solar PV Plants

7.11 Solar Feed-in-Tariffs

7.12 New Tariff Regime for Renewables

7.13 New Geothermal Law

7.13.1 Auctions for Geothermal Working Areas (WKP)

7.14 Clean Technology Fund

7.15 Green Climate Fund

7.16 Geothermal Fund

7.17 Other Electricity Sector Regulations

7.17.1 Ministerial Decree number 10/2017 (MEMR 10/2017)

7.17.2 Ministerial Decree number 11/2017 (MEMR 11/2017)

7.18 New Electricity Procurement Business Plan (RUPTL), 2019–2028

7.19 Revocation of 32 regulations in the Energy and Minerals Sector in 2018

8 Renewable Energy Policy, Japan

8.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

8.2 Japan Renewable Energy Policy Platform

8.3 Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy

8.4 Amendment of the Renewable Energy Act (New Feed-in Tariff Act)

8.5 Renewable Energy Auctions

8.5.1 Solar PV Auctions

8.5.2 Offshore Wind auctions

8.6 Strategic Energy Plan, 2018

8.7 Long-Term Energy Supply and Demand Outlook

8.8 Green Investment Tax System

8.9 Establishment of New Energy Development Organization

8.10 Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) in Japan

9 Renewable Energy Policy, Kazakhstan

9.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

9.2 Law on Electricity

9.3 Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources

9.4 Renewable Energy Target

9.5 Long-Term Development Strategy for the Period up to 2025

9.6 Law on Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency

9.7 Renewable Feed-in Tariffs

9.8 Renewable Energy Auctions

9.9 New Financing Framework by EBRD for Renewables

9.10 Other deals to promote renewable energy

10 Renewable Energy Policy, Malaysia

10.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

10.2 Renewable Energy Act 2011

10.2.1 Feed-in Tariffs Established under the Renewable Energy Act

10.3 Net-Metering in Malaysia

10.4 National Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan

10.5 Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Act 2011

10.6 Green Technology Development

10.7 Green Technology

10.7.1 Green Technology Financing Scheme (GTFS)

10.7.2 Green Financing Roadmap

10.7.3 GreenInitiator – Road to Climate Launchpad 2018

10.7.4 Green Investment Tax Allowance (GITA) and Green Income Tax Exemption (GITE)

10.8 Incentives

10.8.1 Incentive for Green Technology Project

10.8.2 Incentive for Green Technology Service

10.8.3 Incentive for Purchase of Green Technology Assets

10.8.4 Incentives for Establishment of Waste Eco Parks (WEP)

10.9 Competitive Bidding for Renewable Energy Projects in Malaysia

10.10 Supply Agreement of Renewable Energy

10.11 Eleventh Malaysia Plan, 2016–2020

10.12 Economic Transformation Program: Contribution of the Oil, Gas, and Energy National Key Economic Area (NKEA)

10.13 Small Renewable Energy Program

11 Renewable Energy Policy, New Zealand

11.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

11.2 New Renewable Energy Target for New Zealand

11.3 New Zealand Energy Strategy, 2011-2021

11.4 New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, 2017-2022

11.5 Climate Change and Sustainability Agenda

11.6 National Policy Statement for Renewable Electricity Generation

11.7 Buy-back Rates for Solar Power

11.8 Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)

11.8.1 Zero Carbon Bill

11.9 Installations Grants for Public Buildings

11.10 Commercial Project Grants

11.11 Resource Management Act 1991

11.12 Bioenergy Initiative

11.13 Crown Loans Programme

12 Renewable Energy Policy, Pakistan

12.1 Overview

12.2 Power Sector Reforms

12.3 Renewable Energy Target

12.4 Renewable Energy Policy 2019

12.5 Renewable Energy Agenda

12.6 National Power Policy, 2015

12.7 Provincial power policies

12.7.1 Sindh

12.7.2 Baluchistan

12.7.3 Punjab

12.7.4 Pakhtunkhwa

12.8 Alternative and Renewable Energy Policy, 2011

12.8.1 Financial incentives under ARE Policy

12.9 Feed-in Tariffs (FiT), Pakistan

12.9.1 Solar Power Feed-in Tariffs

12.9.2 Wind Power Feed-in Tariffs

12.9.3 Small Hydropower Feed-in Tariffs

12.10 Net–metering

12.10.1 Clean Energy Investment Program

12.11 Sindh Solar Energy Program

12.12 Competitive Bidding for Wind and Solar Power Projects

12.13 Tax Exemptions

13 Renewable Energy Policy, Philippines

13.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

13.2 Power Sector Reforms and Privatization

13.3 National Renewable Energy Program (NREP)

13.4 Renewable Energy Act

13.5 Renewable Portfolio Standards

13.6 Green Energy Option Program (GEOP)

13.7 Net–Metering

13.8 Feed-in Tariffs

13.9 Proposal on Rooftop Solar Policy

13.10 Open and Competitive Selection Process (OCSP)

13.11 Competitive Selection Process (CSP) for Power Supply Agreements

13.12 Biofuel Act, 2006

13.13 Mandatory Use of Biofuel Blend

14 Renewable Energy Policy, Republic of Korea

14.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

14.2 Green Growth Policy

14.3 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)

14.4 Basic plan for Development, Utilization and Deployment of New and Renewable Energy Technology

14.5 Certification for New and Renewable Energy Facilities

14.6 Home Subsidy Program

14.7 Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS)

14.8 Renewable Energy Certificates

14.9 New Renewable Energy Implementation Plan

14.10 Grid Strengthening for Renewables

14.11 4 GW Solar-Wind Complex

14.12 Guidelines for Solar Projects in Environmentally Protected Areas

14.13 Tax Audit Exemption

14.14 NRE Mandatory Use for Public Buildings

14.15 Soft Loans for New and Renewable Energy

14.16 Memorandum of Understanding between Korean Wind Energy Association and RenewableUK

14.17 Memorandum of Understanding between Equinor ASA and Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)

14.18 Multi-party Memorandum of Understanding to supply solar Modules

14.19 US Department of Energy and Republic of Korea Announce New Clean Energy Partnership

14.20 Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the Paris Agreement

14.21 Korea Emission Trading Scheme

15 Renewable Energy Policy, Singapore

15.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

15.2 Power Market, Electricity Act, 2002 (Amendment) Act, 2018

15.2.1 Electricity Licenses

15.3 National Energy Policy

15.3.1 Renewable Energy in Singapore

15.4 Sembcorp Climate Change Strategy

15.5 Singapore Solar Target

15.6 SolarNova Program

15.7 Nationally Determined Contribution to the Paris Agreement

15.8 Tax Incentive for Energy Saving Equipment

15.9 Energy Efficiency Fund (E2F)

15.10 Singapore’s Carbon Tax

16 Renewable Energy Policy, Taiwan

16.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

16.2 The Electricity Act

16.3 Renewable Energy Target

16.3.1 New Green Energy Revolution

16.4 National Energy Program

16.5 Green Finance Action Plan

16.6 Renewable Power Policy

16.6.1 Big Boost for Solar Power in Taiwan

16.6.2 Wind Power Promotion in Taiwan

16.7 Feed in Tariffs

16.8 Incentives for Renewable Energy Sources

16.8.1 Demonstration awards and subsidies

16.8.2 Tax incentives

16.9 Renewable Energy Auction

16.10 Other Programs and Initiatives

16.10.1 Shalun Green Energy Science City

16.10.2 Google with its first Clean Energy Project in Asia

16.10.3 Renewable Energy Credit (T-REC) Scheme

16.10.4 Taiwan Offshore Wind Energy Summit 2018

17 Renewable Energy Policy, Thailand

17.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

17.2 Thailand Integrated Energy Blueprint (TEIB)

17.3 Power Development Plan 2018-2037 (Amendment of PDP 2015-2036 Plan)

17.4 Solar photovoltaic (PV) scheme for local household rooftops, 2019-2028

17.5 Plans for Floating Hydro-Solar Hybrid Projects

17.6 Independent Solar Rooftop Program

17.7 Alternative Energy Development Plan 2015–2036

17.8 Small Power Plants (SPP) Hybrid Scheme

17.8.1 Awarded SPP hybrid-firm projects

17.9 Feed-in-Tariffs

17.9.1 For Very Small Power Producers (VSPPs)

17.9.2 Solar Power Feed-in-Tariffs

17.9.3 FiT Competitive Bidding, Biopower

17.10 Energy Efficiency Development Plan, 2015–2036

17.11 Tax Incentives through Board of Investment

17.12 Technical Assistance for Renewable Energy Projects

17.13 Investment Grants

17.14 Energy Conservation Program (ENCON)

18 Renewable Energy Policy, Vietnam

18.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

18.2 Introduction of Competition in Power Market

18.3 Power Master Plan VII

18.4 Revised Power Development Plan VII

18.4.1 Targets for Renewable Energy

18.4.2 Targets for Energy Efficiency

18.5 Renewable Energy Development Strategy 2016–2030 with outlook until 2050 (REDS)

18.6 Vietnam National Energy Efficiency Program (VNEEP)

18.6.1 Proposed VNEEP Phase 3, 2019-2030

18.7 Rural Electrification Program

18.8 Feed–in Tariffs (FiTs)- Decision 11/2017 & Decision No.39/2018

18.8.1 Solar Feed-in-Tariffs

18.8.2 Wind Feed-in-Tariffs

18.8.3 Biopower Feed-in-Tariffs

18.8.4 Avoided Cost Tariff (AVCT) for small hydro

18.9 New Tariff Mechanism (Revised Net Metering Scheme- Decision 02/2019)

18.10 Model Power Purchase Agreements

18.10.1 Solar PPA Model

18.10.2 Wind Power PPA Model

18.11 Direct Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (DPPA)

18.11.1 Market access through CPTPP and EUVNFTA

18.12 Local Provincial Rules for renewable energy development

18.13 Power Master Plan VIII

18.14 New Solar Development Plan

18.14.1 New Tariff Guidelines for Solar Rooftop Projects

18.14.2 Solar Tariffs Proposed Under Draft New Decision

18.15 Competitive Auction Mechanism

18.16 Other incentives for Renewable Power Projects

19 Appendix

19.1 Market Definitions

19.1.1 Power

19.1.2 Installed Capacity

19.1.3 Electricity Generation

19.1.4 Electricity Consumption

19.1.5 Thermal Power Plant

19.1.6 Hydropower Plant

19.1.7 Nuclear Power

19.1.8 Renewable Energy Resources

19.2 Abbreviations

19.3 Methodology

19.4 Coverage

19.4.1 Secondary Research

19.4.2 Primary Research

19.4.3 Modeling and Forecasting

19.5 Contact Us

19.6 Disclaimer

List of Tables

List of Tables

Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy, Asia Pacific

Table 2: New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Annual Targets, Australia (TWh), 2015–2030

Table 3: State-wise Renewable Energy Targets, Australia

Table 4: Revised FiT, Victoria, Australia, 2018 & 2019

Table 5: Renewable Energy Reverse Auction Winners, ACT, Australia

Table 6: Capacity and number of generators, FiT 2017-2018

Table 7: Renewable Energy Law, China, Major Regulations

Table 8: Renewable Energy Law, China, Renewable Portfolio Standards by Province (%), 2020

Table 9: Key Provinces for Construction of solar PV projects in 13th Five-Year Plan (MW), China, 2020

Table 10: Comparison among GEC and REC, Renewable Market, China

Table 11: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Power (CNY/kWh), China, 2014–2019

Table 12: Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Power ($/kWh), China, 2014–2019

Table 13: Auction Results, Top Runner Program, China, 2015-2016

Table 14: Auction Results, Top Runner Program, China, 2018

Table 15: Feed-in Tariffs for Onshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2015–2018

Table 16: Wind Power Feed in Tariffs, CNY/kWH, Renewable Energy Market, China, 2015–2018

Table 17: Feed-in Tariffs for Offshore Wind Power by Region (CNY/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, China, 2016–2018

Table 18: Renewable Energy Market, India, Renewable Purchase Obligation (%), 2016-2019

Table 19: Renewable Energy Certificate Volume, India, April 2018–March 2019

Table 20: Renewable Energy Market, India, State-wise renewable energy targets, 2022

Table 21: Renewable Energy Market, India, State-wise details of amount provided as CFA, 2018-19*

Table 22: Renewable Energy Market, India, Auction Results, 2017–2019

Table 23: Renewable Energy Market, India, Announced Auctions, 2019

Table 24: Renewable Energy Market, Feed in Tariff for Small Hydro (INR/kWh and $/kWh), India, 2016–2020

Table 25: Renewable Energy Market, Feed-in Tariffs for Biopower Based Power Plants (INR/kWh and $/kWh), 2018–2019

Table 26: Renewable Energy Market, Feed in Tariff for Solar Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Major States of India, 2018-19

Table 27: Renewable Energy Market, Feed-in Tariffs for Wind Power (INR/kWh and $/kWh), Major States of India, 2018–19

Table 28: Renewable Energy Market, India, Phase-II Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Program, Financial Outlay of Component A

Table 29: Renewable Energy Market, India, Phase-II Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Program, Year-wise Fund Requirement for Component A and Component B (INR &$)

Table 30: Renewable Energy Market, India, Net-Metering Regulations in Leading States

Table 31: Renewable Energy Market, India, Net Metering and Gross Metering Policy, Karnataka

Table 32: Renewable Energy Market, India, Central Financial Assistance for Biomass Power Project and Bagasse Co-generation Projects by Sugar Mill Type

Table 33: Renewable Energy Market, India, Central Financial Assistance for Bagasse Co-generation Project in Existing Co-operative Sector Sugar Mills Employing Boiler Modifications

Table 34: Renewable Energy Market, India, National Biofuel Policy, 2018

Table 35: Renewable Energy Market, India, Support for Small Hydropower in Private Sector, Joint Sector and Co-operative Societies

Table 36: Renewable Energy Market, India ,Support for Small Hydropower in State Government, and Public Sector Units

Table 37: Renewable Energy Market, India , Support for Renovation & Modernization of old SHP projects in public sector

Table 38: Ceiling Tariffs, Renewable Sources, Indonesia

Table 39: Ceiling Tariffs ($/kWh), Geothermal, Indonesia

Table 40: Feed-in Tariffs for Biomass ($/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Indonesia

Table 41: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Japan, 2016

Table 42: Renewable Energy Cost Reduction Targets, Japan (JPY/kWh and $/kWh), 2030

Table 43: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Japan (JPY/kWh and $/kWh), 2017–2019

Table 44: Renewable Energy Market, Japan, Solar PV Auctions

Table 45: Renewable Energy Market, Renewable Energy Certificates, Japan

Table 46: Renewable Energy Feed in Tariffs, Kazakhstan, 2018

Table 47: Renewable Energy Auctions, Kazakhstan, 2018

Table 48: Renewable Energy Targets, Malaysia, 2015–2030

Table 49: Feed-in Tariffs for Different Renewable Energy Sources (MYR/kWh and $/kWh), Renewable Energy Market, Malaysia, 2018-2019

Table 50: Renewable Energy FiT Cost and RE Fund, (US$)

Table 51: Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan Targets, Malaysia, 2020–2050

Table 52: Renewable Energy Policy and Action Plan, SMART Targets (MW), Malaysia, 2020–2030

Table 53: Buy-back Rates for Renewable Electricity, New Zealand, 2018

Table 54:Solar power Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan

Table 55:Wind power Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan

Table 56: Low–head (≤ 20 meters) Hydropower Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan

Table 57: High–head (> 20 meters) Hydropower Feed-in-Tariff, Pakistan

Table 58: Renewable Power Installed Capacity Targets, Philippines, 2011–2030

Table 59: Renewable Energy Market, Feed-in Tariff Rate, Philippines, 2018

Table 60: Renewable Energy Market, Open and Competitive Selection Process Results, Philippines

Table 61: Renewable Energy, Republic of Korea, Target for New and Renewable Energies (%)

Table 62: Renewable Energy, Republic of Korea, New and Renewable Energies composition ratios (%)

Table 63: Renewable Portfolio Standards, Republic of Korea, Targets (%), 2012–2022

Table 64: Allocation of Renewable Energy Certificates, Republic of Korea

Table 65: Renewable Energy Market, Capacity Awarded under SolarNova Program, Singapore

Table 66: Final Feed-in Tariffs (TWD and $), Taiwan, 2017

Table 67: Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy Sources (TWD/kWh and $/kWh), Taiwan, 2018

Table 68: Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy Sources (NT$ /kWh and $/kWh), Taiwan, 2019

Table 69: Estimated Contributions by Various Energy Sources to the Power Capacity Mix (%), Thailand, PDP 2015 & PDP 2019

Table 70: Capacity Allocation under SPP Hybrid Scheme, Thailand

Table 71: Renewable Energy Market, Awarded SPP hybrid-firm projects, Thailand, 2017

Table 72: Renewable Energy Market, Feed-in Tariff levels ($/kWh), Thailand

Table 73: Renewable Energy Market, Solar Feed-in-Tariffs (BHT/kWh & $/kWh), Thailand

Table 74: Renewable Energy Market, FiT Bidding Results, Biopower, Thailand, 2014

Table 75:Renewable Energy Market, Share of Various Energy Sources in Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation in Original and Revised Power Development Plan VII (%), Vietnam, 2020–2030

Table 76: Renewable Energy Market, Sub Targets for Renewable Energy (Share of Electricity Generation and Installed Capacity) in Original and Revised Power Development Plan VII (%), Vietnam, 2020–2030

Table 77: Renewable Energy Market, Renewable Energy Targets for Total Primary Energy Consumption, Vietnam, 2020–2030

Table 78: Renewable Energy Market, Result from VNEEP Phase 1 and Phase 2

Table 79: Renewable Energy Market, Vietnam, Feed-in-Tariffs, 2018

Table 80: Renewable Energy Market, Vietnam, Proposed Solar Feed-in-Tariffs, 2019-2021

Table 81: Abbreviations

List of Figures

List of Figures

Figure 1: Energy Transition in the Policies, Taiwan


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