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					 11th Annual Meeting of the Energy Efficiency and
 Conservation Sub-Sector Network of the ASEAN
                   Cooperation
                  06 June 2007
       Hotel Furama City Centre, Singapore
UPDATE ON EE&C ACTIVITIES IN CAMBODIA

              Mr. LIENG Vuthy,
     Department of Energy Technique
   Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy

          KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
                     I-Background
• Territory            : 181,035 sq. km
• Population           : 13.3 millions (2004, 83% in rural areas)
    – Population Growth rate: 2.5 %
• GDP                 : US$ 280 per capita
• Electrification rate : 17% (urban~54% and rural~13%)
• Energy consumption               : 55 kWh per capita
• Electric energy price            : US¢ 9 – 21 per kWh
  In rural area/using battery      : US¢ 40 – 80 per kWh
• Total Generation in 2005(EDC) : 232 MW and 1045 GWh
  Projection Demand in 2015        : 750 MW and 4,000 GWh
• Main generation source           : Fuel Oil (DO and HFO)
• High potential of hydro source : 10,000 MW in northeastern
                                     1,000 MW in western
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                               Actors in Energy
                           Royal Government of Cambodia          Ministry of
                                                                Environment

Electricity Authority of         Ministry of Industry,    Ministry of Economic
       Cambodia                   Mines and Energy            and Finance

            Regulation                   Policy maker           Owner

    Cambodia's Electricity Business
          PEU                  IPP                PEC     EDC




             Ownership of EDC
             Policy; Planning; Development; Technical standard
             Tariff, license, Review the Planned Investments,
             finances and performance; Enforce the regulations, rules
             and standards                                                     4
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  III-PROMOTION AND ACTIVITIES
1- ESMAP-WB (1997)
2- ASEAN Energy Cooperation on EE &C
 (2001-Present)
3- ADEME-ENERTEAM (2002)
4- UN-ESCAP-ECCJ (2002)
5- UNDP-GEF (2005)
6- Energy Cooperation Project between
Thailand and Cambodia (2006)
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III-PROMOTION AND ACTIVITIES (Cont.)
2- ASEAN Energy Cooperation on EE & C
ASEAN ENERGY AWARDS:
 Le Royal Hotel (Retrofitted), year 2001
 Sofitel Phokeethra Royal Angkor Golf & SPA Resort
(New and Existing and Retrofitted, and Topical) 2002
   2005, and 2007
 Angkor Century Hotel (New and Existing) 2003
PROMEEC:
+ Building: Sofitel Phokeethra Royal Angkor, 2004
+ Industry: Actual Energy Audit
- M & V International Manufacturing, 2002-2003
- June Textile Co., 2002-2003

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+ Energy Management
  - 4 Places site visit and mini workshop, 2004-2005
+ Training / Capacity building
  - Arab-Malaysia Development Berhad Textile Factory
    in Penang City, Malaysia on 14-20 Jan. 2001.
  - Ceramic Factory, in Hanoi City, Vietnam, 14-20 Jan
    2001.
  - Mini hydro power plant, in Vietnam, Lao PDR, 14-
    20 Jan. 2002
  - Multi Training Courses on EC in year 2005-2007


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          IV-FUTURE ACTIVITIES
+ Participate with ASEAN EE & C Program
+ Promoting Energy Efficiency for the Development of
  Sustainable Tourism in Cambodian Hotel (PEEDEST)
Objectives:
  (i) to respond to the urgent needs of the Cambodia
        Hotel Association to improve its natural resources
        utilization.
  (ii) to analyze and propose the implementation
        actions together with hotel to promote
        sustainable tourism;
  (iii) to initiate discussion with MIME on policy
measures to support energy efficientcy,


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Partners

- Inovation Energie Dévelopment (IED) is project
  coordinator and assures all technical aspects of the
  project, communication strategies;
- Cambodia Hotel Association (CHA)
- Cambodia Development and Engineering Consulting
  (CDEC)
- Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy (MIME)

  The duration of the project start in September 2007-
  March 2009


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   Thank you
for your kind attention !




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