Thermal pre-conditioning of electric vehicles for range extension (Nerling et al. 2016)
13. July 2016
Smart Grid explained: Students visit Südkreuz train station
20. July 2016

ASEP_Phil – Technical Assistance for Access to Sustainable Energy in the Philippines

Project period 30.04.2016 – 30.09.2019

Even though the situation has improved recently, not all of the more than one hundred million inhabitants of the Philippines have access to electricity. As the Philippines have great potential for wind and solar power, due to their geographic location, renewable energies should be used to connect households to the grid. Decentralized minigrids and solar home systems provide suitable solutions in this context.

In this project, RLI cooperates with GIZ International Services and ICF International to support the Philippine Department of Energy (DoE). Funding is provided by the European Union.

We provide technical assistance to reach the following goals:

  • provide access to electricity for 90 percent of households,
  • strengthen involved institutions in their electrification project management functions,
  • implement measures to increase energy efficiency.


© Photo: RLI
RLI assumes the following tasks in this project:

  • Develop and institutionalize rural electrification tools
  • Support electrification strategies and policies
  • Promote hybridization of island energy systems
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Contact



Philipp Blechinger


Head of team
Project manager

Catherina Cader


PhD candidate

Hendrik Huyskens


Researcher

Paul Bertheau


Researcher