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Energy Sector Business

Opportunities: South Asia

Priyantha Wijayatunga
Director
South Asia Energy Division
Asian Development Bank

Tokyo, Japan
11 September 2018
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ADB Strategy 2030


• Differentiated approach to various country
groups
• Prioritized support for the poorest, most
vulnerable- fragile and conflict-affected
situations and small island developing states
• predictable and substantial long-term financing
to low-income and lower middle-income
countries
• Support for upper middle-income countries will
be selective
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ADB Strategy 2030


• Seven focused thematic areas
1. Addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities
2. Accelerating progress in gender equality
3. Tackling climate change, building climate and disaster
resilience, and enhancing environmental sustainability
4. Making cities more livable
5. Promoting rural development and food security
6. Strengthening governance and institutional capacity
7. Fostering regional cooperation and integration
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Targets
• At least 75% of the projects will have gender
interventions by 2030
• At least 75% of the projects will have climate
actions
• Climate finance from ADB’s own resources to
reach $80 billion cumulatively (2019 to 2030)
• Private sector co-financing 1:2.5
ADB Energy Policy
• Likely to be revised soon
• Prioritizes sustainable energy and low-carbon
development
• Stricter focus on climate change
• Currently three focused areas
• Development of clean energy sources
• Increasing energy access
• Improving energy sector governance and
developing capacity

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• Total $ 5.22 billion
• Climate financing $2.05 billion mainly in mitigation

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Energy Sector Targets
7.0

6.0
5.8 6.0
5.7
5.0
5.0 5.2
4.0 4.3
3.8 4.0 3.0
3.0 2.6 2.8
3.2
2.1 2.0
2.0 2.4 2.6

1.0

0.0
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Energy Sector Lending (OCR & ADF)
Clean Energy Investments (including co-financing)
Climate Finance in the Energy Sector (OCR & ADF)
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Project Pipeline
2017 (Delivered) $ millions
Lending 1,191.00
Technical Assistance 7.99
Contact Awards 1,313.40
Disbursements 987.6

2018 2019-2021
($million) ($ million)
Lending 1,225.0 7,643.6
Technical Assistance 6.8 19.2
Program - 2018
Rupsha 800 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant
Signing BAN 500.0
Project
Southwest Transmission Grid Expansion Project-
Signing BAN 350.0
Phase 1

Approval IND Assam Power Sector Investment Program-Tranche 3 210.0


Himachal Pradesh Clean Energy Transmission
Approval IND Investment Program-Tranche 3 105.0

Approval NEP SASEC Power System Expansion Project - Additional 20.0


Financing

Approval SRI Rooftop Solar Power Generation Project 50.0

TOTAL ($ million) 1,235.0


Program - 2019
SASEC Third Bangladesh India Electrical Grid
Approval BAN 140.0
Interconnection Project
Approval BAN Renewable Energy Project 200.0
Chennai-Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor Power
Approval IND 500.0
Sector Investment Project
Approval IND Demand Side Energy Efficiency Investment Project II 300.0
Power Transmission and Distribution Efficiency
Approval NEP 130.0
Enhancement Project II
Supporting LNG Import and Natural Gas Transmission
Standby BAN 200.0
Pipeline Project
Southwest Transmission Grid Expansion Project-
Standby BAN 300.0
Phase 2
Standby IND Clean Energy Finance Investment Program-Tranche 2 150.0

TOTAL ($ million) 1,920.0


Business Opportunities
Works and Equipment

Generation EPC Contracts for large power plants (Hydro, Gas, Renewable Energy)

Power EPC Contracts for transmission lines and grid-substations


Transmission

Gas Supply of gas transmission pipes and construction contracts


Transmission

Distribution Supply of material for distribution lines such as transformers, conductors,


towers/poles and contract for civil construction

Demand Supply contracts for energy efficient equipment, provision of energy efficiency
Management services

Consulting Services

Due Diligence, Sector Policy & Reform, Planning, Engineering, Climate Change Adaptation,
Procurement, Project Management
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Challenges
• Uncertainties in project components, delays in due
diligence
• Weak readiness of project components leading to delays
• Tendency of the clients to seek funding from several
sources in parallel
• Safeguard issues, particularly in resettlement and
compensation
Opportunities for collaboration
• Bangladesh
• Demand side management
• Cross-border transmission
• Bhutan
• Hydropower development
• India
• Pump storage
• Maldives
• Expanding solar PV, energy storage and efficient diesel
• Nepal
• Hydropower, transmission and distribution
• Sri Lanka
• Energy efficiency
• Cross-border transmission
Contact
South Asia Energy Division
Priyantha Wijayatunga, Director
Email: pwijayatunga@adb.org

Thank you!