Cambodia’s 2023-2040 Power Development Plan is Published: What Are the Key Things to Know?
Cambodia’s newest Power Development Plan (PDP), which has just been released, lays out the strategy for generation, transmission and distribution in the next decades, until 2040. VDB Loi Cambodia’s legal experts discuss it for you and set out the key things you need to know, whether you are a developer, a lender or an EPC provider. Where are the planned new generation projects in solar and hydro, and to which new substations will they connect? Where are the key new 200kv and 500kv transmission lines planned? What is the role they plan for battery energy storage? A not to be missed exploration and discussion of the Government’s electricity strategy for the next decades.
- Which future solar projects have been pre-approved in the PDP?
- Grid strengthening investment: how much and where?
- Key observations from the PDP’s generation mix
- Where will the additional 4GW in hydropower be located?
- How is the future of Cambodia’s power imports?
- Where are the new substations located?
Edwin has a vast experience advising Governments, sponsors and lenders on energy, transportation, water and waste projects in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam. His on-the-ground knowledge, practical approach and his well-known public speaking skills make him a very welcome guest at JOI’s briefings in Tokyo for many years running. Now back after the COVID suspension, Edwin will outline the key things to know about these markets and projects, focusing on hot issues and real opportunities for Japanese investors in the energy and infrastructure space.
Mariza is an experienced legal adviser, providing due diligence and structuring services to clients in a range of industry sectors. She is particularly known for her deep knowledge of regulatory aspects in real estate and construction, including the regulatory aspects of large project transactions, such as licensing, and factory and environmental approvals. Furthermore, she is an outstanding expert on land issues. She has worked on some of the largest energy and infrastructure projects in the country, such as solar plants, industrial zones, and island resorts. Mariza is a member of the Bar Association of Cambodia.
Qualified both in China and in New York, Edith advises clients on commercial transactions across the infrastructure, banking and finance, and telecommunications sectors. She also has extensive experience in supporting Chinese companies for their overseas projects and businesses, including CITIC, ICBC, Huawei, SinoHydro, ZTE, and other state-owned and private entities. She is based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia