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GLOBAL – REGIONAL INTEGRATION WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY. Breakout Session 1 – Asia - Pacific. Members. Arun Kumar, Chair S Dasappa Atul Raturi Fernando Y. Roxas Katsia Paulavets Sharizad Dahlan , Rapporteur. Questions to be addressed.

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GLOBAL – REGIONAL INTEGRATION WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

Breakout Session 1 – Asia - Pacific


Members

  • Arun Kumar, Chair

  • S Dasappa

  • AtulRaturi

  • Fernando Y. Roxas

  • Katsia Paulavets

  • Sharizad Dahlan, Rapporteur


Questions to be addressed

  • What are the regional research needs on sustainable energy? How can ICSU contribute in addressing these needs? What is ICSU’s unique niche?

  • What capabilities can be strengthened by ICSU's work on sustainable energy?

  • Who are the key stakeholders across the region with whom ICSU should explore options for partnerships? What mechanisms exist in the region for engaging with policy-makers, business, and other stakeholders? How can ICSU build on these?

  • What are the potential funding sources?


What are the regional research needs on sustainable energy? How can ICSU contribute in addressing these needs? What is ICSU’s unique niche?

  • Have not done resource mapping and demand mapping. Lack of primary data in most developing nations. This is where ICSU can come in.

  • IRENA has started to develop resource map. Doing need analysis.

  • UNESCAP

  • Until the countries participate, it will not work. A workable policy has to be in place in order for this to work

  • Data sharing – open access. ICSU can fund data assessment.

  • Energy from municipal solid waste


  • Regional research needs – technology, experts, institutions database.

  • Sustainable energy programme -

  • Specific research area – Integration of renewable energy resources into the national grid

  • Development of smart grid

  • Demand side management – one of the research areas

  • Energy efficiency – reducing the load; scheduling and despatch

  • Social and energy research

  • Environment impact assessment for different energy options

  • International Lake Environment Committee (ILEC)

  • Business models for energy


How can ICSU contribute?

  • Provides networking and scientific leadership

  • Provides scientific background


What capabilities can be strengthened by ICSU’s work on sustainable energy?

  • Successful case studies / best practices can be brought together

  • Information dissemination

  • Networking with individuals and groups

  • Provide seed funding for major research and extension programmes


Key stakeholders

  • Key stakeholders

  • Relevant Ministries i.e Science, Education, Energy, Agriculture, Finance etc

  • Research groups / institutions

  • Private sectors e.g housing, transportation, industry


Mechanisms

  • Energy discussion forum

  • Sub-regional forum

  • ICSU to act as catalyst for seed funding


What are the potential funding sources?

  • EU

  • National funding agencies

  • Global Environment Facility (GEF)

  • World Bank

  • JICA

  • DFID

    and many other bilateral, multilateral funding agencies


THANK YOU

GRACIAS


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