INTERNATIONAL NEW ENERGY SUMMIT 2019

International New Energy Summit is to be held in 23th May, 2019 in Ulaanbaatar, is an initiative by Mongolian Renewables Industries Association (MRIA) and in support from Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MoET), Energy Regulatory Commission of Mongolia (ERC), The Environmental Organization of Ulaanbaatar City, Erdenes Mongol LLC (State-owned), Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES).

Background

Due to the rapid global industrial development, the world climate temperature has increased by 0.75 Celsius over last the hundred years, and if the scenario ensues, it is evitable that the average temperature is expected to reach up to 4 Celsius by 2030. Scientific research study shows that the Northern iceberg would be consequently melted, around 760 million people would be evacuated and new type of ailment is expected to be emerged.

In 2015, United Nations Conference of Parties-21 was held in Paris involving 50 thousand delegates from 195 countries and the participants unanimously agreed to promote the renewable energy against climate change.

Therefore, 173 countries had renewable energy targets in place and 146 countries had support policies. Cities, communities and companies are leading the rapidly expanding “100% renewable” movement, playing a vital role in advancing the global energy transition. Production of renewable energy accounted for 26.5% of total energy production by 2018 and YOY growth has increased by 7.2%.

Mongolia has tremendous source in term of the renewable energy and the potential production capacity from solar and wind energy is about 2000 times larger than Mongolian annual energy consumption, 2.4 times greater than Chinese annual energy consumption. This indicates that Mongolia has a huge capacity for renewable energy development.

In recent years, in aligned with global renewable energy development trend, 20 per cent of total installed capacity shall have been comprised from renewables in Mongolia. However, the current renewable energy production is at a relatively low level and accounts for nearly 10 per cent of total energy production.

Even though the growth of renewables have brought some direct implication as increase in consumer tariff and large-scale stochastic renewable generation, the social and economic positive impact override those drawbacks. For example, within last two years, renewables was beneficial to Mongolia where USD 400 million investments have been made in renewable energy projects and as a result, 2200 temporary and 200 permanent workplaces were created and the emission of carbon dioxide is reduced by seven hundred thousand tones

It is vitally important for Mongolia as opportunity for adoption of renewables to every consumer shall be promoted not only by developing of renewable within integrated grid system but also expanding as off-grid, distribution grid and micro- grid.

By organizing this summit, we hope to facilitate the learning from international experience on developing renewable energy, the introduction of advanced technology in the wind and solar sector and discussion of the bottleneck of harnessing the development of renewables in Mongolia.

 

 

Key issues to be addressed

  • Global energy trends and opportunities in Mongolia;
  • Policy frameworks to develop renewable energy;
  • Paris agreement process and implementation;
  • Technology cost in renewable energy;
  • Low carbon energy solution;
  • Asian Super Grid;
  • Rural area electrification;
  • Renewable energy application on heating;
  • Green city;
  • Renewable energy application on mining;
  • Grid-connected storage system;
  • Waste to Energy;
  • Smart energy solution;
  • Renewable energy investment in Mongolia;

 

Agenda

08:30- 09:00

REGISTRATION

09:00 – 09:20

OPENING SPEECH

Mr. KHURELSUKH Ukhnaa (ТВС)

Prime Minister of Mongolia

Mr. TSERENBAT Namsrai (ТВС)

Minister of Environment and Tourism

Mr. TLEIKHAN Almaleik

Head of Energy Regulatory Commission

 

SESSION I: GREEN POLICY

09:20 – 09:35

NDC TARGET

 

Dr. Batjargal Zamba, Special Envoy of Mongolia on Climate change

09:35 – 09:50

RENEWABLE ENERGY

 

Ms. Temuulen Murun, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

09:50 – 10:05

GREEN FINANCING

 

Ms. Tuul Galzagd, Director, Eco Banking department, Xacbank

10:05 – 10:50

OPEN DISCUSSION

Moderator:

Mr. Tovuudorj Purevjav

Chairman, National Member Committee, World energy council

PANELISTS

Ms. Bulgan Tumendemberel

Director of Policy and Planning Department,  Ministry of Environment and Tourism

Mr. Bassaikhan Dash

Commissioner,

Energy Regulatory Commission

Mr. Feng Zhao

Strategy Director, Global wind energy council

 

Mr. Romain Brillie

Global Green Growth Institute, Country Representative

H.E Mr. Philippe Merlin

Ambassador of French Republic to Mongolia (TBC)

Mr. Kentaro Takahashi

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

 

Question & Answer

Each of 3 questions and answers

10:15 – 10:45

 

Key topics:

  • How is Mongolia preparing to implement the Paris agreement?
  • World energy transition and policy trend;
  • Can Mongolia reject coal-fired power plants?

10:45 – 10:50

Conclusion by Moderator

 

 

10:50 – 10:55

The signing ceremony of the JOINT PLEDGE ON THE GOBI CLEAN ENERGY ALLIANCE

10:55 – 11:15

COFFEE BREAK WITH GGGI SIDE EVENT

 

SESSION II: GREEN CITY

11:15 – 12:40

JCM SIDE EVENT (at Seoul room at 5th floor)

11:15 – 11:30

SMART CITY

 

Mr.Erdembayar Sukhee, Chief Representative, АВВ Mongolia

11:30 – 11:45

WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECT

 

Mr. Tony N Fiddy, Vice-Chairman, Naanavo Group

11:45 – 12:00

ENERGY EFFICIENCY INCREASING HEATING EQUIPMENT

 

Mr. Khuyagbaatar Jantsan, Chief  Engineer, UltraSonic LLC

12:00– 12:45

OPEN DISCUSSION

Moderator:

Mr. Battulga Erkhembayar

Director, The Environmental Department of Ulaanbaatar City

PANELISTS:

Ms. Unurtsetseg.Ch

Senior Officer, Energy conservation department,

Energy Regulatory Commission

Mr. Erdembayar Sukhee

Chief Representative, АВВ Mongolia

Mr. Naranbat Mendsaikhan

National Dispatching Center (Smart Energy department)

Mr. Tony N Fiddy

Vice Chairman, Naanavo Group

Mr. Zoljargal Jargalsaikhan

Technical expert of Green city action plan project, EBRD

 

Question & Answer

Each of 3 questions and answers

12:10 – 12:40

 

Key topics:

  • Energy solutions to reduce air pollution in the city;
  • Opportunities to supply household heating without coal;
  • What we can do to build a green city within 5 years?

 

12:40 – 12:45

Conclusion by Moderator

12:45 – 14:05

LUNCHEON BY NAANOVO GREEN ENERGY MONGOLIA LLC

 

SESSION III: GREEN TECHNOLOGY

14:05 – 14:20

MICROGRID FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

 

Mr. Abhimanyu Sahu, Director-Business Development Asia Pacific, Schneider Electric

14:20 – 14:35

MINING ENERGY SOLUTION

 

Mr. Bayarkhuu Chinzorigt, Head of Region, Akuo energy

14:35 - 14:50

COMPLEXITY OF WIND FARM OPERATION IN COLD WEATHER CONDITION

 

Mr. Sukhbaatar Tsegmid, CEO, Clean Energy LLC

14:50 – 15:05

HEAT PUMP – NEW TRENDS IN LOW EMISSION HEATING

 

Mr. Munkhbayar Buyan, Director of Building Energy Efficiency Center, UltraSonic LLC

14:50 – 15:35

OPEN DISCUSSION

Moderator:

 

Mr. Osgonbaatar Jambaljamts

President, Mongolian Renewables Industries Association

PANELISTS:

Mr. Chimeddorj Demchigjav
Strategic Director, Erdenes Mongol LLC

Mr. Baatar Badamsuren

Deputy director and Chief Dispatcher, National Dispatching Center

Mr. Bayasgalantugs Lkhamsuren

Head of the department, Helmut-Schmidt University

Ph.D. Yondongombo Genden

 Executive Director of Monation Energy NGO

Mr. Tumurkhuu Sukhbaatar

Mongolian Consulting Engineer  

Mr. Orchlon Enkhtsetseg

CEO, Clean Energy Asia LLC

15:50 – 16:00

Question & Answer

Each of 3 questions and answers

16:00 – 16:30

 

Key topics:

  • Technology solutions for grid stabilization;
  • Requirements and activities to renew technical rules in energy system;
  • Mining energy solutions;

16:30– 16:35

Conclusion by Moderator

16:35

CLOSING

Moderators

Panelists

Speakers

How to participate the summit?

                          

 

* Participants who wish to register the summit must submit the REGISTRATION FORM.

Want to be a part of our summit?

 

REGISTRATION:

Phone: 77474850, 80044850, 86064850

E-mail: info@mria.mn

PARTNERSHIP:

Phone: 88084850

E-mail: secretary@mria.mn;

Venue

23rd May 2019 

CORPORATE HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

 

 

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