A clean energy vision for Myanmar

A clean energy vision for Myanmar

Renewable energy has become a technically and financially feasible alternative to coal and other fossil fuels or large hydro. And in contrast to these traditional sources of energy, renewable energy sources are neither harming the environment nor people's livelihoods in Myanmar.

 

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hbs and Earth Rights International (ERI) invited senior level civil servants, Members of Parliament, as well as representatives of CSOs and the private sector to a roundtable on Renewable Energy yesterday. The one day event took place in Naypyitaw with the aim to discuss the potential of renewable energy development in Myanmar. Renewable energy has become a technically and financially feasible alternative to coal and other fossil fuels or large hydro as a way to generate power. And in contrast to these traditional sources of energy, renewable energy sources are neither harming the environment nor people's livelihoods. Please find here the agenda of the event and our press release.

re_roundtable_press_release_final_1.pdf

renewable_energy_roundtable_agenda.pdf

presentation_on_renewable_energy_.pdf

12jul17-greenid_presentation_on_vietnam_energy_transition_dmt.pdf

20170711_gallery_re_roundtable_private_sector_off-grid.pdf

challenges_and_issues_of_renewable_energy_projects_utm.pdf

daw_thuzar_khin-_director_ferd.pdf

myanmar_part_1_engl_july_2017_fell.pdf

myanmar_part_2_engl_july_2017_fell.pdf

psv_presentation_green_energy_roundtable_2017_wwf.pdf

re12.7.pdf

renewable_energy_roundtable_ext.pdf

renewable_integration_-_v3_qsr.pdf

national_grid_and_on_grid_re.pdf

summary_vf.pdf

 

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