Sustainable And Affordable Energy
For All of Us
(EEPM) cooperates with clean energy promotion-related government partners in five Mekong countries.
Assist developing member countries improve energy security and transit to low-carbon use through cost-effective investments
Since the facility was established, a total of $2.16 billion of clean energy investment was leveraged by the facility.
Energy Sector Assessment
This energy sector assessment, strategy, and road map documents the current assessment and strategic investment.
Energy Environment Partnership Program Mekong
Objective of (EEPM) is to improve access to sustainable and affordable energy services and products in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. The Result-Based Financing Scheme and Human Right-Based Approach are integrated into the Programme and implementation of the funded projects. EEP Mekong cooperates with clean energy promotion-related government partners in five Mekong countries.
The EEPM provides grants to projects that are implemented either nationally or regionally. Each project will have a Lead Partner who is responsible for the implementation of the project and reports...
Steering Committee The Steering Committee (SC) is the main decision-making body of the EEPM program. The Steering Committee consists of a representative from clean energy promotion ministries and...
The mid-term review regarded the program as successful in covering a broad range of renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives with several pro-poor off-grid interventions. It has also...
The Energy and Environment Partnership Program with the Mekong Region (EEPM) has been running effectively since December 2009. The program aims at contributing to improved access to sustainable...
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The Energy and Environment Partnership Program with the Mekong Region (EEPM) has been running effectively since December 2009. The program aims at contributing to improved access to sustainable energy while mitigating global climate change. Within the program, completed 39 projects have been supported by providing partial grant-based funding to project developers for feasibility studies and pilot and demonstration projects with the intention that the grants catalyze further public and private financing in renewable energy and energy efficiency investments in the region.