Policy Enablers for New Wind Energy Markets
Accelerating wind development in new wind energy markets will require strong policy enablers in the areas of tariff, wind resource exploitation, grid integration, licensing, and others.
This paper focuses on wind energy policies in the emerging wind energy markets and provides lessons learned from developed wind markets and three new markets—Mongolia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka. It is based on the work done by the Quantum Leap in Wind Power Development in Asia and the Pacific (QLW), a project funded by the Asian Development Bank to facilitate wind power sector development in developing countries.
- Figures And Tables
- Executive Summary
- Wind Energy Policy Framework
- Review of The Wind Energy Policy of Mongolia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka
- Grid Integration
- Wind Resource Exploitation
- Licensing Guidelines
- Public Awareness and Human Resource Development