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Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2013

October 15, 2013

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Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2013

Summary

“Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2013” is the latest policy report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information on major policies governing renewable energy market in the region. The report presents an in-depth analysis of the renewable energy policies across the major countries in Asia-Pacific namely Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, New Zealand, Vietnam and Taiwan. The report provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of their renewable energy industry. The report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in each of these countries. The report also provides insights to major policy initiatives for the market development of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, biopower and biofuels.

The report is built using data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

Scope

-The report covers policy measures and incentives used by the major countries in Asia-Pacific to promote renewable energy.

-The report details promotional measures in different countries both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies namely solar, wind, geothermal, hydro and bioenergy.

-The report also highlights the differences and focus of the renewable energy policy frameworks in different countries in Asia-Pacific.

-The report provides a platform for comparison of various renewable energy policies across countries. Major countries include Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, New Zealand, Vietnam and Taiwan.

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to –

-Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken on renewable energy by different markets.

-Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the renewable energy markets.

-Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in different countries.

-Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the renewable energy market.

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 7

1.1 List of Tables 10

1.2 List of Figures 13

2 Introduction 15

2.1 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Overview 15

2.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Major Policy Measures 16

2.3 Comparison of Major Policy Instruments by Country 18

2.4 GlobalData Report Guidance 22

3 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, Australia 23

3.1 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, Australia, Overview 23

3.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Australia, Federal Policies and Incentives 26

3.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Australia, Federal Incentives 40

3.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, Australia, Federal Incentives 44

3.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal, Australia, Federal Incentives 47

3.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Australia, Federal Incentives 48

3.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Australia, Federal Incentives 53

3.8 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Australia, State Level Policies and Incentives 56

4 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, China 65

4.1 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, China, Overview 65

4.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, China, Major Policies and Incentives 68

4.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, China 78

4.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, China 84

4.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydro, China 91

4.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, China 94

4.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, China 96

5 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, India 98

5.1 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, India, Overview 98

5.2 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, India, Major Policies 102

5.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar, India 117

5.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, India 131

5.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, India 139

5.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydropower, India 146

5.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, India 149

6 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, Japan 151

6.1 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, Japan, Overview 151

6.2 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, Japan, Major Policies 154

6.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, Japan 164

6.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, Japan 167

6.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Geothermal, Japan 169

6.6 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Hydro, Japan 170

6.7 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, Japan 171

6.8 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Energy Efficiency, Japan 174

7 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, South Korea 176

7.1 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, South Korea, Overview 176

7.2 Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework, South Korea, Major Policies 179

8 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Thailand 188

8.1 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Thailand, Overview 188

8.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Thailand, Major Policies 189

9 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, New Zealand 200

9.1 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, New Zealand, Overview 200

9.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, New Zealand, Major Policies 201

9.3 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar Power, New Zealand 208

9.4 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Wind, New Zealand 210

9.5 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Bioenergy, New Zealand 211

10 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Vietnam 214

10.1 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Vietnam, Overview 214

10.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Vietnam, Major Policies 215

11 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Taiwan 217

11.1 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Taiwan, Overview 217

11.2 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Taiwan, Major Policies 218

12 Appendix 225

12.1 Abbreviations 225

12.2 Bibliography 230

12.3 Methodology 236

12.4 Disclaimer 237

List of Tables

Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Renewable Energy Policy Instruments by Country 28

Table 2: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Feed-In Tariff for Promoting Renewables by Country 30

Table 3: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Global, Targets for Addition of Various Renewable Energy Technology by Country 31

Table 4: Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme, Australia, Solar Credits, 2009–2013 40

Table 5: Small-Scale Renewable Energy Scheme, Australia, Maximum Level of Support by City, 2012 40

Table 6: New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Annual Targets, Australia (GWh), 2012–2030 42

Table 7: Renewable Power Policy Framework, Asia-Pacific, Major Policy Instruments Supporting the Industry, 2012 59

Table 8: Biofuels Excise-Equivalent Custom Duty Rates (Per Litre), Australia, 2011 62

Table 9: Renewable Energy Buyback Rates, Western Australia, 2012 73

Table 10: Renewable Energy Buyback Rates for Horizon Power, Western Australia, 2012 73

Table 11: Major Renewable Energy Law Implementation Timelines, China, 2012 79

Table 12: Renewable Energy Law, China, Major Regulations, 2005–2006 82

Table 13: Renewable Energy Targets, China, 2015 and 2020 83

Table 14: Wind Power Market, China, List of Major Policies 95

Table 15: Financial Incentives for Small Hydropower, China 102

Table 16: Rural Electrification Policies for Small Hydropower, China 103

Table 17: Renewable Power Market, India, RPS Specified by SERCs, 2010–2013 115

Table 18: Renewable Energy Market, India, CFA for Off-grid Renewable Energy Programs, 2013 118

Table 19: Renewable Power Market, India, CFA for Grid Interactive Renewable Energy Programs, 2013 119

Table 20: Renewable Power Market, India, IREDA Loan Sanctions and Disbursement, 2007–2012 121

Table 21: Renewable Power Market, India, Loans Sanctioned by IREDA, 2007–2012 121

Table 22: Renewable Power Market, India, Loan Disbursements by IREDA, 2007–2012 122

Table 23: Renewable Power Market, India, Capacity Sanctioned by IREDA, 2007–2012 122

Table 24: Renewable Power Market, India, REC Trading, Volume and Price, IEX, January to December 2012 124

Table 25: Renewable Power Market, India, REC Trading, Volume and Price, PXIL, January to December 2012 125

Table 26: Solar Power Market, India, JNNSM, Phase Wise Targets, 2010–2022 129

Table 27: Solar Power Market, India, JNNSM Mission Targets, Funding Requirements (INR billion), 2010–2022 130

Table 28: Solar Power Market, India, Projects with Existing PPA with NVVN, Phase I, Batch I and Batch II 131

Table 29: State Feed-in Tariff Details for Solar Power Plants by Technology, 2012 133

Table 30: Solar Power Market, India, CFA for Off-grid Projects 135

Table 31: Solar Power Market, India, CFA for Off-grid Projects in Urban Areas 135

Table 32: Solar Power Market, India, Solar Cities Program, State List of 48 Cities with ‘In-Principle’ Approval, 2011 139

Table 33: Custom Duty for Wind Equipment and Components, India, 2010 143

Table 34: Wind Power Market, India, Guidelines for Projects Financed through IREDA 145

Table 35: State Feed-In Tariff Details for Wind Power Plants, 2012 148

Table 36: CFA for Biomass Power Project and Bagasse Cogeneration Projects by Private/Joint/Co-op/Public Sector Sugar Mills, India 150

Table 37: CFA for Bagasse Cogeneration Project in Existing Cooperative Sector Sugar Mills Employing Boiler Modifications, India 151

Table 38: Capital Subsidy for Biomass Gasifiers Projects, India 151

Table 39: Renewable Energy Market, India, Financial Support for Biofuel 154

Table 40: State Feed-in Tariff Details for Bioenergy-based Power Plants by Technology, 2012 155

Table 41: CFA for Hydro Power Project, India, 2009 156

Table 42: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support for Private Sector, Joint Sector and Cooperative Society 157

Table 43: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support to Private Sector, Joint Sector and Cooperative Society 157

Table 44: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support to Government/State/Public Sector for Renovation and Modernization 158

Table 45: State Feed-In Tariff Details for Small Hydro Power Plants, 2012 158

Table 46: Utilization Targets For New Energy, Japan, TWh, 2003–2014 166

Table 47: JREPP Vision, Japan, Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation, 2050 170

Table 48: Solar PV Feed-In Tariff, South Korea, KRW/kWh, 2010–2011 194

Table 49: Feed-In Tariff for Wind, South Korea, KRW/kWh, 2009–2011 194

Table 50: Feed-in Tariff for Mini-hydro, South Korea, KRW/kWh, 2010 195

Table 51: Renewable Portfolio Standards, South Korea, Targets (%), 2012–2020 195

Table 52: Alternative Energy Development Plan, Thailand, Comparison between Old REDP and New AEDP, 2012 200

Table 53: Alternative Energy Development Plan, Thailand, Contribution by Alternative Sources in the Total Energy Demand, ktoe 201

Table 54: Adder Feed-in Premiums, Thailand, Premium for Renewable Energy Technologies, THB/kWh, 2012 205

Table 55: Bioenergy Initiative, New Zealand, Government Funding Available, 2007–2011 223

Table 56: Feed-In Tariff, Taiwan, TWD/kW, 2011 229

Table 57: Feed-In Tariff for Solar PV, Taiwan, TWD/kW, 2012 and 2013 230

Table 58: National Science and Technology Program – Energy, Taiwan, Budget Allocation, TWDm, 2009–2013 233

Table 59: Abbreviations 235

List of Figures

Figure 1: Renewable Power Market, Australia, Impact Analysis of Renewable Energy Policies, 2000–2012 34

Figure 2: Renewable Power Market, Australia, Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 35

Figure 3: Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme, Process Diagram, Australia 39

Figure 4: Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Process Diagram, Australia 41

Figure 5: New Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, Annual Targets, Australia (GWh), 2012–2030 42

Figure 6: Solar PV Power Market, Australia, Annual Capacity Additions, MW, 2001–2012 51

Figure 7: Wind Power Market, Australia, Cumulative Capacity, MW, 2001–2012 55

Figure 8: Renewable Power Market, China, Impact Analysis of Major Policies, 2004–2012 77

Figure 9: Renewable Power Market, China, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 78

Figure 10: Solar PV Power Policy, China, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 89

Figure 11: Wind Power Market, China, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 97

Figure 12: Renewable Power Policy, India, Impact Analysis of Policies, 2003–2012 110

Figure 13: Renewable Power Policy, India, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 111

Figure 14: Renewable Power Market, India, REC Trading, Volume and Price, IEX, January to December 2012 124

Figure 15: Renewable Power Market, India, REC Trading, Volume and Price, PXIL, January to December 2012 125

Figure 16: Solar PV Power Policy, India, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 127

Figure 17: Solar Power Market, India, Projects with Existing PPA with NVVN, Phase I, Batch I and Batch II 131

Figure 18: Wind Power Policy, India, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 142

Figure 19: Renewable Power Market, Japan, Impact Analysis of Policies, 2000–2012 162

Figure 20: Renewable Power Market, Japan, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 163

Figure 21: Utilization Targets For New Energy, Japan, TWh, 2003–2014 166

Figure 22: JREPP Vision, Japan, Share of Renewables in Electricity Generation, 2050 170

Figure 23: Solar PV Power Market, Japan, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 175

Figure 24: Wind Power Market, Japan, Annual Capacity Addition, MW, 2001–2012 178

Figure 25: Renewable Power Market, South Korea, Impact Analysis of Various Policies, 2001–2012 187

Figure 26: Renewable Power Market, South Korea, Policy Impact on Applicable Renewable Power Sources 188

Figure 27: Alternative Energy Development Plan, Thailand, Contribution by Alternative Sources in the Total Energy Demand, ktoe 201

Figure 28: National Science and Technology Program – Energy, Taiwan, Budget Allocation, TWDm, 2009–2013 232

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