Asia Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2010

  • May 2014
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  • Global Data
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  • 199 pages



The report provides trends and data on renewable energy policies in Asia-Pacific and analyzes some of the driving forces behind the renewable energy segment .

It details the key policy instruments adopted by the Asia-Pacific governments and analyzes the different forms of incentives and subsidies provided for the development of the renewable energy industry . Details of various financial instruments such as tax reforms, subsidies and preferential loans for the development of the renewable energy segment are included in the report. The report provides current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of the overall growth opportunities of their renewable energy market . The report also provides technology specific support policies and measures used in different countries.

Scope of the Research

The report provides a detailed analysis of European renewable energy policy initiatives. Its

Scope of the Research includes:
- Assessment of the impact of renewable energy policies in different countries in Asia-Pacific
- Discussion of all major policy measures and incentives used by the major countries in Asia Pacific to promote renewable energy.
- Detailed discussion on the renewable energy measures within the solar, geothermal, wind onshore and offshore, hydro and bio-energy segments by country.
- Highlight of the differences and focus of the renewable energy policy frameworks in different countries in Asia Pacific.
- A platform for comparison of various renewable energy policies across countries.

Why Should You Get This Report?

The report will enhance your decision making capabilities in a rapid and time sensitive manner.
It will help you to:
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights into policy decisions being taken on renewable energy by different countries across Asia-Pacific
- Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the renewable energy industry in Asia-Pacific.
- Benchmark your operations and strategies against the major players in the renewable energy segment .
- Be ahead of the competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes on renewable energy in Asia-Pacific.
- Plan your investments to minimize the impact of renewable energy policies.
- Target the most suitable geography for renewable energy market based on the policies to gain incentives.
- Develop custom strategies for different geographies based on the stringency of the renewable energy policy in the respective area.
- Navigate the renewable energy policy through detailed analysis of current renewable energy equipment industry dynamics and potential changes.

Table Of Contents

1 Table of contents 3
I. 1 List of Data tables 7
I. 2 List of Charts 8

II Introduction 9
II. 1 Overview 9
II. 2 GlobalData Report Guidance 10

III Renewable Energy Policy Framework 11
III. 1 Renewable Energy Policy, Overview 11
III. 2 Directive on Promotion of Use of Energy from Renewable Sources 12
III. 3 Renewable Energy Policy Framework and Feed in tariffs 12
III. 4 Renewable Energy Policy Framework and Renewable Portfolio Standard 12
III. 5 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Other Policy Measures 13
III. 5.1 Capital Subsidies, Grants/Rebates 13
III. 5.2 Energy Production Payments/Investments or Other Tax Credits 13
III. 5.3 Tax Reductions 13
III. 5.4 Tradable Renewable Energy Certificates Systems 13
III. 5.5 Net Metering 13
III. 5.6 Public Investment Loans 13

IV Australia, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 14
IV. 1 Australia Renewable Energy Segment, Overview 14
IV. 2 Australia Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 14
IV. 2.1 Renewable Energy Target Scheme 14
IV. 2.2 Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme 15
IV. 2.3 Large-scale Renewable Energy Target 16
IV. 2.4 Australia, Financial Benefits For Small Generation Units 17
IV. 2.5 Solar Credits 19
IV. 2.6 Renewable Power Percentage 19
IV. 2.7 Clean Energy Initiative 20
IV. 2.8 Renewable Energy Future Fund, 2010 20
IV. 2.9 Green Loans 21
IV. 2.10 Green Start Program 2010 21
IV. 2.11 Renewable Energy Equity Fund 21
IV. 2.12 Renewable Remote Power Generation Program 21
IV. 3 Australia Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 22
IV. 3.1 Renewable Energy Bonus Scheme - Solar Hot Water Rebate 22
IV. 3.2 Green Vouchers for Schools / National Solar Schools Program 22
IV. 3.3 The Solar Homes and Communities Plan 23
IV. 3.4 Australia, Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Systems 24
IV. 4 Australia Wind, Major Policies and Incentives 26
IV. 4.1 Mechanisms Supporting Grid-Connected Wind Power 26
IV. 4.2 Wind Energy Forecasted data ing Capability Initiative 26
IV. 4.3 National Code for Wind Farm Construction 27
IV. 5 Australia Geothermal, Major Policies and Incentives 27
IV. 5.1 Geothermal Market Development Framework and Technology Roadmap 27
IV. 5.2 Geothermal Drilling Program 27
IV. 6 Australia Hydro, Major Policies and Incentives 28
IV. 6.1 Renewable Energy Target Support for Small Hydro Systems 28
IV. 7 Australia Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 28
IV. 7.1 Ethanol Production Grants 28
IV. 7.2 Energy Grants (Cleaner Fuels) Scheme 28
IV. 7.3 Australia Biofuels Excise Rates 29
IV. 7.4 Second Generation Biofuels Research and Development Program 30
IV. 7.5 Amendments to Australian Automotive Diesel and Biodiesel Fuel Quality Standards 30
IV. 7.6 Biofuel Capital Grants 30
IV. 7.7 Ethanol Distribution Program 31
IV. 7.8 Energy Grants Credit Scheme 31

V China, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 32
V. 1 China Renewable Energy Segment, Overview 32
V. 2 China Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 34
V. 2.1 2005 Renewable Energy Law 34
V. 2.2 Update of 2005 Renewable Energy Law, 2009 36
V. 2.3 11th Five Year Plan (2006-2010) - Highlights for Renewable Energy 37
V. 2.4 Medium and Long Term Development Plan for Renewable Energy 37
V. 2.5 Renewable Portfolio Standards 38
V. 2.6 China, New Renewable Energy Targets 38
V. 2.7 New Carbon Intensity Target 39
V. 3 China Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 39
V. 3.1 Golden Sun Program 39
V. 3.2 New Incentive for Solar PV 39
V. 3.3 Solar PV Bidding Program 39
V. 3.4 Provincial-Level Solar PV Preferential Tariffs 40
V. 3.5 Subsidies for Solar PV in Rural Areas 40
V. 3.6 RandD support for Solar PV 41
V. 3.7 Solar PV Pilot Projects 41
V. 4 China Wind, Major Policies and Incentives 42
V. 4.1 New Feed in Tariffs for Wind Power, 2009 43
V. 4.2 Wind Power Concession Program 43
V. 4.3 Low Interest Rate Loans 43
V. 4.4 Reduced Vat and Income Tax 43
V. 5 China Hydro, Major Policies and Incentives 44
V. 5.1 China Small Hydro, Incentives 44
V. 5.2 Rural Electrification Policies for Small Hydro Power 45
V. 6 China Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 46
V. 6.1 New Feed In Tariffs For Biomass, 2009 46
V. 6.2 National Rural Biogas Construction Plan from 2003 to 2010 46
V. 6.3 Support for Biomass Power Generation 46
V. 6.4 US China MOU on Biomass Development 46
V. 6.5 China Ethanol Development 46
V. 6.6 China Ethanol, Financial Incentives 47
V. 6.7 Banning of Grain based Ethanol 47

VI India, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 48
VI. 1 India Renewable Energy Policy, Overview 48
VI. 2 India Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 48
VI. 2.1 Electricity Act 2003 48
VI. 2.2 India Renewable Portfolio Standards 48
VI. 2.3 Tariff Policy 2006 49
VI. 2.4 Grid-interactive Power Program 49
VI. 2.5 Off-Grid Renewable Energy Programs 50
VI. 2.6 Remote Village Electrification Programme 51
VI. 2.7 India Renewable Energy, Key Fiscal Incentives 52
VI. 2.8 Akshay Urja Shops 52
VI. 2.9 Renewable Energy Park Scheme 53
VI. 2.10 Proposed National Clean Energy Fund 53
VI. 2.11 Renewable Electricity Certificate Scheme 53
VI. 3 India Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 54
VI. 3.1 Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission 54
VI. 3.2 Accelerated Depreciation for Solar Systems 54
VI. 3.3 Demonstration and Promotion of Solar Photovoltaic Devices/ Systems in Urban Areas and Market 54
VI. 3.4 Development of Solar Cities Scheme 57
VI. 3.5 Energy Efficient Solar/Green Buildings Scheme 57
VI. 3.6 Solar Water Heating Systems, Interest/ Capital Subsidy Scheme 59
VI. 4 India Wind, Major Policies and Incentives 60
VI. 4.1 India, Central Government Incentives for Wind Power 60
VI. 4.2 Generation Based Incentive for wind power projects 61
VI. 4.3 India, State Policies for Promotion of Wind Power 62
VI. 4.4 Financing Guidelines for Wind Energy Projects 63
VI. 4.5 Foreign Investment Policy 64
VI. 5 India Hydro, Major Policies and Incentives 65
VI. 5.1 Small Hydro Power Program 65
VI. 5.2 Hydropower Generation, Buy Back Rate 67
VI. 6 India Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 68
VI. 6.1 Biomass Power Buy Back Rate 68
VI. 6.2 Biomass Power Cogeneration Incentive Schemes 69
VI. 6.3 Interactive Power from Biomass Gasifiers Projects 70
VI. 6.4 Program on Energy from Industrial Wastes 71
VI. 6.5 National Biogas and Manure Management Program 71
VI. 6.6 India, Incentives For Bio-fuel (Ethanol/ Bio-diesel) 73
VI. 6.7 National Policy on Biofuels 73

VII Japan, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 74
VII. 1 Japan Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 74
VII. 1.1 Special Measures law for Promoting the Use of New Energy 74
VII. 1.2 Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS) System 74
VII. 1.3 Green Power Certification System 76
VII. 1.4 Japan National Energy Strategy 2006 76
VII. 1.5 Japan Renewable Energy Policy Platform (JREPP) 76
VII. 1.6 Establishment Of NEDO 77
VII. 1.7 Support for Deployment of New and Renewable Energy 78
VII. 1.8 Subsidy for RDandD for New and Renewable Energy 78
VII. 1.9 Japan, Proposed Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy 80
VII. 2 Japan Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 81
VII. 2.1 PV Support Programs 81
VII. 2.2 New Buyback Program for Photovoltaic Generation 81
VII. 2.3 Fiscal and Tax Incentives For Solar PV Generation 81
VII. 2.4 Solar PV RandD Initiative 82
VII. 2.5 Local Government Initiatives 83
VII. 3 Japan Wind, Major Policies and Incentives 83
VII. 3.1 Japan Wind Power Development, Major Impediments 83
VII. 3.2 Japan, Major Policies for Development Wind Power 83
VII. 3.3 Research and Development of Next-Generation Wind Power Generation Technology 83
VII. 3.4 Subsidy Project for Grid Interconnection of Wind Power Generation 84
VII. 4 Japan Geothermal, Major Policies and Incentives 84
VII. 4.1 Project on Geothermal Power Generation Development 84
VII. 4.2 Geothermal Development Promotion Surveys 84
VII. 5 Japan Hydro, Major Policies and Incentives 85
VII. 5.1 Project for Developing Small and Medium-sized Hydroelectric Power Plants 85
VII. 6 Japan Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 86
VII. 6.1 Biomass Nippon Strategy 86
VII. 6.2 Development of Technology for High-efficiency Conversion of Biomass and Other Energy 86
VII. 6.3 Local Biomass Heat Utilization Field Test Project 87
VII. 6.4 Tests for Locally Systemized Biomass Energy 87
VII. 6.5 Japan Biofuel Targets 87
VII. 6.6 Project to Create a Standard Model for Regional Distribution of E3 87
VII. 6.7 Japan Government Incentives For Biofuels 87
VII. 6.8 Japan, Bio-diesel Policy 88

VIII New Zealand, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 89
VIII. 1 New Zealand Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 89
VIII. 1.1 New Zealand, Climate Change and Sustainability Agenda 90
VIII. 1.2 The draft New Zealand Energy Strategy, 2010 90
VIII. 1.3 The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, 2007 90
VIII. 1.4 New Zealand, Emissions Trading Scheme 91
VIII. 1.5 Proposed National Policy Statement for Renewable Electricity Generation 92
VIII. 2 New Zealand Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 92
VIII. 2.1 New Zealand ENERGYWISE Grant for a Solar Water Heating System 92
VIII. 2.2 New efficient water heating program 92
VIII. 2.3 Solar Water Heating Volume Build Grant Schemes 92
VIII. 2.4 Grants for Public Buildings 93
VIII. 3 New Zealand Wind, Major Policies and Incentives 94
VIII. 3.1 Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA) 95
VIII. 3.2 Projects to Reduce Emissions (PRE) 96
VIII. 3.3 Distributed Generation Regulations 96
VIII. 4 New Zealand Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 97
VIII. 4.1 New Zealand Bioenergy Initiative 97
VIII. 4.2 Wood Energy, Grants 97
VIII. 4.3 Low Carbon Energy Technologies (LCET) Fund 98
VIII. 4.4 Repealment of Biofuels Sales Obligation 98
VIII. 4.5 Ethanol Manufacturing Regulations 98
VIII. 4.6 Ethanol Excise Exemption 98
VIII. 4.7 Biodiesel Grant Scheme 98

IX Indonesia, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 99
IX. 1 Indonesia Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 99
IX. 1.1 National Energy Management blue print (Presidential December ree No.5 / 2006) 99
IX. 1.2 Energy Law No. 30 / 2007 100
IX. 1.3 Indonesia, National Action Plan to Combat Climate Change 100
IX. 1.4 Program on Rural Electrification 100
IX. 1.5 Program on Interconnection of Renewable Energy Power Generation 100
IX. 1.6 Program on Energy Self-Sufficient Village 100
IX. 1.7 Indonesia-German Cooperation on New and Renewable Technology 100
IX. 1.8 Clean Technology Fund Investment Plan for Indonesia 101
IX. 2 Indonesia Geothermal Power, Major Policies and Incentives 101
IX. 2.1 Government Support For Geothermal Power 101
IX. 2.2 The Geothermal Law (Law 27/2003) 101
IX. 2.3 Geothermal Power Support, Ministerial December ree (No. 32/2009) 102
IX. 2.4 Clean Technology Fund Support For Geothermal Power Development 102
IX. 3 Indonesia Hydropower, Major Policies and Incentives 102
IX. 3.1 Integrated Micro hydro Development Program (IMIDAP) 102
IX. 3.2 Micro Hydro Power Program (MHPP) 102
IX. 4 Indonesia Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 103
IX. 4.1 Indonesia Biofuel Policies 103
IX. 4.2 National Team for Biofuel Development 103
IX. 4.3 Industrial Strategy Proposal on Biofuel Market in Indonesia 104
IX. 4.4 Mandatory on Biofuel Utilization 104

X Thailand, Major Policies and March ket Instruments Supporting Renewables 106
X. 1 Thailand Renewable Energy, Major Policies and Incentives 106
X. 1.1 Energy Conservation Promotion Act and Energy Conservation Promotion Fund 106
X. 1.2 Sustainable Alternative Energy Development Strategy 106
X. 1.3 Thailand, Renewable Portfolio Standards 107
X. 1.4 Small Power Producer (SSP) and Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) Program 107
X. 1.5 Thailand 15-year Renewable Energy Development Plan (2008-22) 109
X. 1.6 Soft Loans, Revolving Fund 113
X. 1.7 Tax Incentive for Energy Conservation 113
X. 1.8 Incentive through Board of Investment (BOI) 113
X. 2 Thailand Solar Power, Major Policies and Incentives 113
X. 2.1 Solar Hot Water Promotion 113
X. 2.2 Thailand, Solar Hot Water Project 114
X. 3 Thailand Bioenergy, Major Policies and Incentives 114
X. 3.1 Ethanol Strategy 114
X. 3.2 Tax Reduction for Biofuels 115
X. 3.3 The E20 Gasohol Policy 116
X. 3.4 Biodiesel Policy 116

XI Appendix 117
XI. 1 Abbreviations 117
XI. 2 Methodology 119
XI. 2.1 Coverage 119
XI. 2.2 Secondary Research 119
XI. 2.3 Primary Research 119
XI. 2.4 Midstream Forecasted data 120
XI. 2.5 Expert Panel Validation 120
XI. 3 Contact us 120
XI. 4 About GlobalData 120
XI. 5 Disclaimer 120

1.1 List of Data tables

Data table 1: Asia-Pacific, Major Policy Instruments Supporting Renewable Energy Market, 2010 9
Data table 2: Australia, New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET),Annual Targets, (GWh), 2011-2030 17
Data table 3: Australia, Small Generation Units, Requirements To Qualify For RECs, 2010 18
Data table 4: Australia, Small Generation Units, Time Limits For The Creation Of RECs 18
Data table 5: Australia, Small Generation Units, Details Of The Clean Energy Council Accreditation Requirement 18
Data table 6: Australia, Details Of solar Credits Available For Small Generation Units 19
Data table 7: Solar Homes and Communities Plan, Australia, Summary Of Rebates And Grants 23
Data table 8: Australia, Solar Power, Summary of States Solar Feed in Programs 24
Data table 9: Australia, Biofuels Excise Rates 29
Data table 10: Australia, Effective Tax Rates For Biofuels 29
Data table 11: Major Renewable Energy Law Implementation Timelines, 2010 33
Data table 12: China, Renewable Energy Law 2005, Five Major Regulations 34
Data table 13: China, Future Renewable Energy Development Targets, from 2009 to 2020 38
Data table 14: China, Jiangsu Solar PV Preferential Tariffs, from 2009 to 2011 40
Data table 15: China, Central Policies for Wind Power 42
Data table 16: China, Small Hydro Power Incentive Schemes 44
Data table 17: China, Rural Electrification Policies for Small Hydro Power 45
Data table 18: India, Grid-interactive Power Program, Central Financial Assistance Available 49
Data table 19:India, Off-grid Renewable Energy Programs, Central Financial Assistance Available 50
Data table 20: Remote Village Electrification Program, Maximum Central Financial Assistance Offered 52
Data table 21: India, Demonstration and Promotion of Solar Photovoltaic Devices/ Systems in Urban Areas and Market, Indicative Target 2008-12 55
Data table 22: India, Demonstration and Promotion of Solar Photovoltaic Devices/ System, in Urban Areas and Market Yearly Expenditure from 2008 to 2012 56
Data table 23: India, GRIHA, Registration -cum-Rating Fee 58
Data table 24: India, Interest/ Capital Subsidy Scheme, Applicable Interest rates For Soft Loans 59
Data table 25: India, Custom Duty for Wind Energy Equipments and Components 60
Data table 26: India, Policies Introduced By State Governments To Support Wind Power, 2009 62
Data table 27: India, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Financing Guidelines for Wind Energy Projects 63
Data table 28: India, Classification Of Small Hydro Projects 65
Data table 29: India, Support to New Small Hydro Projects in State Segment, 2009 65
Data table 30: India, Support to new SHP project in private / co-operative / joint segment, 2009 66
Data table 31: India, Scheme To Support Renovation and Modernization Of Old SHP Projects In Public Segment, 2009 66
Data table 32: India, Watermills, Support Available, 2009 66
Data table 33: India, Support For Micro Hydel Projects, 2009 66
Data table 34: India, Hydropower Buy Back Rate, (INR/kWh) 67
Data table 35: India, Bio-power Buy Back Rat, (INR/kWh) 68
Data table 36: India, Biomass Power Cogeneration Incentive Schemes 69
Data table 37: India, Biomass Power Cogeneration Incentive Schemes (State Govt./Utility wise) 69
Data table 38: India, Financial Incentives For Program Biomass Gasifiers Based Centralized Distributed Power For Rural areas and Grid - Interactive Power from Biomass Gasifiers Projects 70
Data table 39: Central Financial Assistance Under National Biogas and Manure Management Programme, 2009 72
Data table 40: India, Bio-fuel Incentive Schemes 73
Data table 41: Japan, Utilization Targets For New Energy (TWh/ Year) 74
Data table 42: Japan, JREPP Vision, Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation, 2050 76
Data table 43: Japan, New Energy Facility Introduction Project, Eligible Systems And Requirements For Local Government 79
Data table 44: Japan, PV Roadmap Toward 2030, Financial Milestones 82
Data table 45: Japan, Subsidies for Development Of Small and Medium-sized Hydroelectric Power Plants 85
Data table 46: New Zealand, Total Electricity Generation Capacity By Fuel Type, (Megawatts), 2009 89
Data table 47: New Zealand, Growth In Wind Power Generation, (Megawatt-Hour) 2006-March ch 2010 95
Data table 48: New Zealand, Bioenergy Initiative, Government Funding Available, from 2007 to 2010 97
Data table 49: Estimated RE Potential in Indonesia 99
Data table 50: Indonesia, Minimum Mandatory On Biodiesel Utilization 104
Data table 51: Indonesia, Minimum Mandatory On Bioethanol Utilization 105
Data table 52: Thailand, Special Adder Rates For Renewable Energy, 2009 108
Data table 53: Thailand, Renewable Energy Targets, from 2008 to 2022 109
Data table 54: Thailand, Renewable Energy Development Plan, Promotion Measures 112
Data table 55: Thailand, Transport Fuels, Excise Tax Rate and Reduced Rate for Biofuels 115
Data table 56: Thailand, E20 Gasohol Policy 116

1.2 List of Charts

Chart 1: Australia, New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET), Annual Targets, (GWh), 2011-2030 16
Chart 2: India, Demonstration and Promotion of Solar Photovoltaic Devices/ Systems in Urban Areas and Market, Indicative Target from 2008 to 2012 55
Chart 3: India, Demonstration and Promotion of Solar Photovoltaic Devices/ System in Urban Areas and Market, Yearly Expenditure from 2008 to 2012 56
Chart 4: India, Hydropower Buy Back Rate, (INR/kWh) 67
Chart 5: Japan, Utilization Targets For New Energy (TWh/ Year) 75
Chart 6: Japan, JREPP Vision, Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation, 2050 77
Chart 7: New Zealand, Total Electricity Generation Capacity By Fuel type, (%), 2009 89
Chart 8: New Zealand, Growth In Wind Power Generation, (Megawatt-Hour) 2006-March ch 2010 94
Chart 9: Indonesia, Presidential December ree No. 5/2006, National Energy Mix 2025 99
Chart 10: Thailand, Renewable Energy Targets, from 2008 to 2022 110
Chart 11: Thailand, Ethanol, Reduced Tax Rates 115
Chart 12: Thailand, Biofuel, Reduced Tax Rates 116

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