Sector Governance and Reform
Policies, capabilities and institutions are just as important as transmission and distribution lines or solar parks. ADB supports its developing member countries in:
- establishing competitive electricity markets, adopting market pricing mechanisms, and regulating monopolies
- encouraging private sector participation, particularly public-private partnerships
- supporting research, legislation, technology development, and regulation
- adopting tariff structures to promote energy conservation
- training in energy planning, demand forecast, financial management, operations and maintenance of assets, and economic assessment
Q&A: A new energy policy to accelerate Asia’s energy transitionADB’s Energy Sector Group Chief Yongping Zhai outlines the rationale behind updating the energy policy. The new policy will help the bank’s members develop clean, green and resilient energy systems that foster economic growth.
How Better Regulation Can Shape the Future of Indonesia's Electricity SectorThis report proposes a new independent regulatory body for Indonesia’s electricity sector, in particular for investment planning, procurement, tariff setting, and electrification.
Renewable Energy Financing Schemes for IndonesiaThis report provides insights on how an Energy Resilience Fund can be established to boost renewable energy investments in Indonesia.
Sustainable Environmental Management of Projects in Central and West Asia – Management of Ground-borne Vibration during Construction of Road Schemes: Technical Assistance Consultant's ReportConsultants' reports describe activities by a consultant or group of consultants related to preparing a technical assistance project. This document dated August 2019 is provided for the ADB regional project 48109-001.
Sustainable Environmental Management of Projects in Central and West Asia – Impact Assessment Process for Initial Environmental Examination: Technical Assistance Consultant's ReportConsultants' reports describe activities by a consultant or group of consultants related to preparing a technical assistance project. This document dated August 2019 is provided for the ADB regional project 48109-001.
ADB is supporting Cambodia in constructing a 100 MW solar power park and transmission lines to the grid. The Cambodia Solar Power Project features $3.25 million in cofinancing through the Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in Asia.