What is new in ASEP-CELLs?

Get ready for the second installment of the Energy Policy Series happening on 30 September 2020, from 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM.

In this next round, Ateneo School of Government presents the study, “Managing the Energy Trilemma using Optimal Portfolio Theory” produced by Dr. Josef Yap, Senior Technical Advisor, and Joyce Marie P. Lagac, research associate from the ASEP CELLs Project funded by the European Union.

What is ASEP-CELLs

Access to Sustainable Energy Programme-Clean Energy Living Laboratories (ASEP-CELLs) is a project that supports the Department of Energy and European Union in achieving 100% rural electrification through renewable energy, thus increasing the share of renewable energy in the Philippines’ energy mix, and promoting energy efficiency towards sustainable and inclusive growth.

Who We Are

FUNDER

PARTNERS

Who We Serve

Policy Makers

Department of Energy

Local Government Units

Communities

How we do it

Knowledge Management

Develop a coherent research agenda for long-term energy policy with focus on managing energy transitions in the short- and medium-terms.

Capacity Building

Create a graduate program on applied energy policy including (i) pilot testing these programs; (ii) developing energy access (EA), energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) modules; (iii) conducting of training needs assessment, development of training programs and short courses and (iv) tapping of international and local experts to deliver “training-of-trainer” program.

Institutionalize cooperation among Local Government Units (LGUs) and create an enterprise development hub to assist interested project developers and service providers.

Advocacy

Lobby for data-driven policies; create media and legal fellowship programs; partnership with NGOs to explore low-emission solutions; RE technology-based livelihood trainings for local communities; mainstreaming EE practices.

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