Asean Energy Outlook

MILESTONE OF AEO

 

The 6th ASEAN Energy Outlook (AEO6) is a flagship publication of the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and one of the priority publications that is acknowledged by the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting (AMEM).  GIZ through the collaborative partnership with ACE has supported the ASEAN Member States on the development of the AEO since the 4th edition in 2014. The development of the AEO reflects the relevance of ACE’s effort to fulfil its function as a regional centre of excellence that builds a coherent, coordinated, focused and robust energy policy agenda and strategy for ASEAN.

In the period of AGEP Phase II, GIZ will support ACE in the development of the 6th ASEAN Energy Outlook (AEO6). The AEO6 is expected

  1. to be the main source of energy information, analysis and projections in the region, providing deep and cohesive insights about the trends in energy supply and consumption, both at regional and national levels.
  2. to show the impact in socio-economic development and environment in relation to the effort for enhancing energy connectivity and market integration in the region to achieve energy security, accessibility, affordability and sustainability for all.
  3. to provide key recommendations for practical solutions and policy recommendations in relation with Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7.

 

The 6th ASEAN ENERGY OUTLOOK
To Be Launched Soon
The 5th ASEAN ENERGY OUTLOOK
The 5th ASEAN Energy Outlook Launched in 35th ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting, Manila
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The 4th ASEAN ENERGY OUTLOOK
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WORD FROM FRIENDS

Let’s check out what our friends said about the ASEAN Energy Outlook

Aimi
Aimi Hazwanie
Malaysia – Energy Commission

The development of AEO6 was done in a very structured way. The first meeting was about gathering all the data, gathering data from all the ten AMS. It was very systematic and dynamic. The modelling team were trying to accommodate all the country members need vey well. I hope the result will turn up great, especially launching it in the next AMEM in Vietnam soon, and I am hoping for greater collaboration with ACE in the future.

Indra
Indra Overland
NUPI

I think an Energy outlook is always important for the country involved, partly because it can give them some information about how things may develop in the future and partly because it can enable them to prepare for that development. I hope it will show quite a broad spectrum of possible development because we never really know for sure how things will develop so we have to show the broad range, and it will take things into account climate policy, clean energy policy and how these may develop inside the ASEAN area and how they may develop at the global level but also have an impact on ASEAN

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Mellisa
CEO Mediatama

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