（英）Training on Harmonization of Power Distribution System in ASEAN Countries
Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA)
In ASEAN region, each member country has achieved different stages of economic development which somehow prevents it from having strong and sustainable economic growth. To narrow this difference, the regional cooperation must be enhanced through the assistance among members. The cooperation can be made in different ways. One of the most important ways is the infrastructure development.
Power system is a basic infrastructure of social and economic development. However, the power distribution systems of the ASEAN countries are also a different stages rendering direct impact on social and economic development as well as the living standard of people. Therefore, the different power distribution system of the ASEAN countries must be firstly harmonized to enable the member countries to move forward in a unified manner.
In this regard, the training on harmonization of power distribution systems in the ASEAN region will play important role in assisting the CLMV countries to narrow the gap in development of power distribution system and go through the new business environment in globalization era together.
The enhance knowledge of engineers from participating utilities in the ASEAN countries (CLMV) on harmonization of power distribution system , and share the mutual benefit in narrowing the gap in development of their countries and the ASEAN integration as a whole.
To enable engineers from the ASEAN countries (CLMV) to apply knowledge and experience gained from the training in harmonizing power distribution system to their countries.
1. Harmonization of Planning and Design of Distribution Network
2. Harmonization of Energy Efficiency Methodology
3. Challenging Issues in New Business Environment
Three courses during 3 years for ASEAN member countries with the following training outlines:
1) Overview of power distribution system
2) Power distribution system methodologies
- Power distribution system planning
- Underground distribution system
- Overhead distribution system
- Distribution substation
- Protection of power distribution system
- Construction standard
3) Challenges on managing distribution system
- Power distribution system reliability
- Power quality
- Loss reduction
- Project management
- Asset management
- Safety in working with power distribution system
4) Issues in new business environment
- Demand side management
- Smart grid
- Substation automation
- Renewable energy
- Electric Vehicle (EV)
5) Field study and factory visit
* Main target invited countries: Camboda, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam
- Training expenses for 3 years (cost-sharing with TICA)
- Japanese lecturers (only JICA cost)
-Training expenses for 3 years(shared cost is shouldered by TICA)
-Training facilities, supporting staff, teaching staff, drafting content and organizing training.
MEA has mainly arranged and conducted the course in cooperation with TICA and JICA.
Metropolitan Electricity Authority Thailand is a state enterprise under Ministry of Interior. It was established in 1958. MEA is responsible for generating and selling electrical power in the metropolitan area(Bangkok) and sub-urban (Samutprakarn and Nonthaburi provinces). To become a high performance organization and the leader in the power distribution system in Southeast Asia with high class service while laying emphasis on sustainable growth of related business as well as responsibility for the society and the environment as MEA's vision.
1)Related aid activities by Japan (Name of related projects / cooperation activities implemented by Japan and explanation of relationship with the Project)
-Metropolitan Power Distribtution Project(Yen Loan)
-Construction of 230kV Underground Transmission Line between Bangkapi and Chidlom Substation Project(Yen Loan)
-TCTP Power Distribution System Design
2)Related aid activities by other donors (Outline of projects / cooperation activities implemented by other donors and explanation of relationship with the Project)
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