Renewable Energy Policy Analysis in Asia

Date: February 22, 2010
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Renewable Energy Policy Analysis in Asia
Policies play a key role in the development and utilization of renewable energy industry, especially for the developing countries. Asia’s renewable energy industry has witnessed fast-growing development in recent years, but compared to Europe, it is still in its infancy on the whole and related policy mechanisms in various countries of Asia remain to be improved.

Asia’s renewable energy development is mainly distributed in the countries and areas of East Asia, South-eastern Asia and South Asia (including China, Japan, India, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia and Thailand, etc.). As one of the main developed countries in the world, Japan has made significant achievements in renewable energy industry, especially in solar energy and renewable energy technologies.

As the largest developing countries, China is the leading player of renewable energy development in Asia and its growth in renewable energy industry has showed booming momentum in recent years, especially after implementation of Renewable Energy Law and its supporting policies and incentives.

Under the guidance and support of policies and incentives, Asian countries and areas, including India, Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan, also have obtained obvious achievements and are attaching more importance to the utilization of renewable energy.

CCM carried out an in-depth research on renewable energy policies of above countries. Key issues as follows will be comprehensively presented in this report:
- Interpretation of existing policies and incentives for renewable energy development and utilization and the latest dynamics;
- Essence and issuance motivation of the policies and incentives;
- Background and situation of energy demand and supply;
- Main achievements of renewables development under support of policies;
- Limitation of policy system and specific policies and incentives;
- Forecast on development of renewable energy policies and incentives.
Main content

I OVERVIEW OF RENEWABLE ENERGY INDUSTRY IN ASIA

I-1 Market situation of Asian renewable energy
I-2 Roles of policies and incentives in renewable energy development
I-3 Asian renewable energy policy system
I-4 Renewable energy policy comparisons in Asia and in Europe

II CHINA'S RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY ANALYSIS

II-1 Major policies and incentives by energy
II-2 Essence of policies and incentives
II-3 Background of policies introduction
II-4 Outcome of policies and incentives
II-5 Limitations of policies and incentives
II-6 Forecast for renewable energy policies

III INDIA'S RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY ANALYSIS

III-1 Major policies and incentives by renewable energy
III-2 Essence of policies and incentives
III-3 Background of policies release
III-4 Outcome of policies and incentives
III-5 Limitations of policies and incentives
III-6 Forecast for renewable energy policies

IV JAPAN'S RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY ANALYSIS

IV-1 Major policies and incentives
IV-2 Essence of policies and incentives
IV-3 Background of policies introduction
IV-4 Outcome of policies and incentives
IV-5 Limitations of policies and incentives
IV-6 Forecast for renewable energy policies

V INDONESIA'S RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY ANALYSIS

V-1 Major policies and incentives by energy

LIST OF TABLES

Table I-1 Existing installed capacity of wind and solar power for the World’s top five countries by 2008
Table II-1 Major policies and incentives for renewable energy in China
Table II-2 Main applications of special fund for renewable energy development in China
Table II-3 Pricing mechanism of renewable power in China
Table II-4 Specific contents of the special fund in China
Table II-5 Expenditure range of special fund acquired through free financing in China
Table II-6 Development plans for key renewable energies in China, 2006-2020
Table II-7 Major development plans of renewable energy in China by 2010
Table II-8 Key hydropower projects in 11th Five-Year Plan in China
Table II-9 Key bioenergy projects in 11th Five-Year Plan in China
Table II-10 Regional distribution of wind power projects in 11th Five-Year Plan in China
Table II-11 Key projects and distribution of solar power generation in China
Table II-12 Requirements on transfer efficiency of photovoltaic products in China
Table II-13 Allocable scope of photovoltaic building subsidy in China
Table II-14 Standards on three types of PV building projects for subsidy declaration in China
Table II-15 CGN combination’s advantages on this solar power franchise
Table II-16 Main contents of China’s 6 wind power concession projects
Table II-17 Regulations for biofuel industry in China
Table II-18 13 laws and regulations based on Renewable Energy Law in China
Table II-19 Energy consumption level of main energy-using industries in China
Table II-20 Main achievements of China’s bioenergy development by 2008
Table II-21 Predicted adjustment of renewable energies in RPNE in China
Table III-1 Industry policies for main renewable energies in India
Table III-2 Main renewable energy policies by state governments in India
Table III-3 Main policies for small-scale renewable energy industries in India
Table III-4 Major functions of NSIC
Table III-5 Main incentives for investment in RETs in India
Table III-6 Concession under India’s Income Tax Rules
Table III-7 Overview of central government incentives for wind power in India
Table III-8 Overview of state government incentives for wind power in India
Table III-9 IEC standards for equipment of SHP projects in India
Table III-10 Buy back of hydropower generation in India
Table III-11 Main Objectives of the Biomass Energy and Co-Generation Programme in India
Table III-12 Foreign investment policies on renewable energy in India
Table III-13 Potential and installed capacity of SHP in India, 31st March 2009
Table IV-1 Objectives for NNES in Japan
Table IV-2 Specific targets of NNES in Japan
Table IV-3 Medium and long-term targets for new energy in Japan
Table IV-4 Key policies for attainment of medium and long-term targets in Japan
Table IV-5 Government policies on wind power in Japan, by 2008
Table IV-6 Subsidy for small and medium-sized hydropower stations in Japan
Table V-1 National Energy Mix 2025 after optimizing BaU Scenario in Indonesia
Table V-2 Biofuel program in Indonesia
Table V-3 Minimum mandatory on biofuel utilization in Indonesia (PERMEN ESDM NO.TAHUN 2008)
Table V-4 Renewable energy development in Indonesia, 2008
Table VI-1 Comparison of Taiwan’s RE Development Act and Germany’s RE Law
Table VI-2 Short, medium and long-term development plan for renewable energies in Taiwan
Table VI-3 Development targets for renewable energies in Taiwan by 2020
Table VI-4 Current incentives for renewable energy promotion in Taiwan
Table VI-5 Targets for carbon dioxide emission reduction
Table VI-6 Outcome of renewable energy policies and incentives in Taiwan
Table VII-1 Ministerial Regulations for energy conservation in buildings in Thailand
Table VII-2 Ministerial Regulations for energy conservation in machinery, equipment and promotion of energy-efficient
materials in Thailand
Table VII-3 Documentations on applying for financial supports in Thailand
Table VII-4 Promotion for E20 gasohol in Thailand, 2008-2011
Table VII-5 Biodiesel for vehicle use in Thailand
Table VII-6 Community biodiesel for agricultural machine use in Thailand
Table VII-7 Biodiesel for vehicle use in Thailand
Table VII-8 Community biodiesel for agricultural machine use in Thailand

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure II-1 Policies on electricity price for biomass power generation in China
Figure II-2 Application procedures of special fund
Figure II-3 On-grid tender price of 18 bidders by their attendance order
Figure II-4 Benchmark on-grid electricity price in China
Figure III-1 Wind installed capacity by state in India, March 2009
Figure III-2 Wind power installed capacity evolution in India, by Mar. 2009
Figure IV-1 Electricity generation from renewables and utilization target in Japan, 2003-2014
Figure IV-2 Scheme of Green Power Certificates (GPC) in Japan
Figure IV-3 Subsidy for new energy development projects in Japan
Figure IV-4 Subsidy scheme for non-profit activities on new energy and energy conservation
Figure IV-5 Japan’s PV Roadmap 2030
Figure IV-6 Subsidy for geothermal power generation projects in Japan
Figure V-1 Project Sites of IMIDAP
Figure V-2 Bioethanol industry capacities in Indonesia
Figure V-3 Biodiesel industry capacities in Indonesia
Figure VI-1 Development targets for major energies in Taiwan by 2020
Figure VI-2 Per capita energy consumption and electricity consumption in Taiwan, 1988-2008
Figure VII-1 Original renewable energy target in Thailand, by 2011
Figure VII-2 Accumulative installed capacity of solar cells in Thailand, 2005-2009
Figure VII-3 Biofuel market in Thailand, 2007~2009

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Hebei Donghua Chemical Group
China Pertroleum & Chemical Corporation;
China National Petroleum Corporation;
China National Offshore Oil Corporation;
Taiwan Power Company;
Japan Natural Energy Company Limited.
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