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Preparing for the future with renewables
Myanmar needs to increase electricity production. The quickest renewable solutions to construct such as solar and wind power are new to the government’s technical experts.
The Myanmar-Denmark Twinning Program on Renewables sought to address Myanmar’s need for rapid electrification and to ensure that MoEE had the capacity to harness the country’s renewable energy generation potential and handle variable renewable energy. The collaborative program brought together expertise from both the public and private sectors, interacting through hands-on training, study visits, internships, and postgraduate level studies.
Develop the capacity of Ministry of Electricity and Energy (MoEE) on how to integrate an increasing amount of variable renewable power into the power grid through a collaborative approach between multiple stakeholders in Myanmar and Denmark.
These training topics are very interesting for our staff because of the capacity developed in the field concerned.
H. E. U Win Khaing, Union Minister, Ministry of Electricity and Energy
I hope that the MoEE trainees came away from their Danish experience with better insights and operational tools to apply renewable energy principles and procedures, together with a shared passion and value for sustainability.
H. E. John Nielsen, Ambassador, the Embassy of Denmark in Myanmar
EnerginetEnerginet is an independent public company under Denmark’s Ministry of Climate, Energy and Supply. Energinet owns and develops electricity and gas networks in Denmark to incorporate more renewable energy, maintain the security of supply and ensure equal market access to the networks. With a share of wind and solar power of 44% relative to domestic demand and one of the highest levels for security of supply in the world, Energinet is a global frontrunner in demonstrating efficient integration of variable renewable energies in the electricity system. Read More
VestasVestas Wind Systems A/S is a Danish manufacturer, seller, installer and servicer of wind turbines.Vestas is the energy industry’s global partner on sustainable energy solutions. Vestas design, manufacture, install and service wind turbines across the globe, and with more than 108 GW of wind turbines in 80 countries, Vestas has installed more wind power than any other corporation. Read More
Technical University of DenmarkThe Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is a vibrant, elite technical university, recognized for its high level of international research and its sought-after graduates. Great ideas change the world and DTU is driven by the desire to develop sustainable technologies that create jobs and new opportunities. At DTU, researchers and students collaborate with industry and the government to create innovative solutions at the intersections of engineering and creativity, theory and practice, and university and society. Read More
SCS Hohmeyer / Partner GmbHSCS Hohmeyer / Partner GmbH is a German consultancy working towards the aim of climate-neutral and 100% sustainable energy systems worldwide. Since 2014, SCS has designed numerous local and regional climate protection strategies and master plans all aiming to achieve 100% climate neutrality no later than 2050. Read More
EE-NORD GMBHEE-Nord is one of the pioneers in wind energy planning, project development and wind park operation in Germany. It has a track record of more than 25 years as an independent service provider. From the first project idea to the turnkey construction of small and large wind parks, EE-Nord offers all the necessary services. Read More