Unleashing cleaner energy solutions for today & beyond
We take an integrated & customized approach to our energy transition projects
Meeting the energy transition demands of fast growing & developed markets
OUR TWENTY20 VISION IS CLEAR:
Twenty20 Energy delivers cleaner energy through tailored, reliable and economically viable solutions, unleashing sustainable growth and enabling the transition to a cleaner, healthier future.
Solving complex energy challenges through tailored solutions
Energy requirements across the globe are evolving constantly. Each market must balance their social and economic objectives while reducing environmental impact. Twenty20 Energy partners with its clients to deliver tailored solutions that address each energy project in a customized way to address these challenges.
Power consumption has increased more than 11% per year, significantly faster than the national GDP. This is feeding an almost insatiable demand for more power generation and investment.
Thailand aims to reduce energy intensity by 30% by 2036 from 2010 levels and increase share of renewables to 30% of total final energy consumption by 2036. Thailand’s goal is to increase share of renewables-based power to 36% in generation capacity and to 20% in generation by 2037. The nation is looking to Increase share of renewables in transport fuel consumption to 25% by 2036 and to reduce CO2 emissions from the power sector to 0.283 kg CO2 in 2037 from 0.413 kg CO2 in 2018. Finally, Thailand wants to reduce GHG emissions by 20% from BAU levels by 2030 and increase to 25% with enhanced international support.
Malaysia is looking to promote energy efficiency in the industry, buildings and residential sectors by new standard setting, labelling, energy audits and building designs. The nation is set to Increase capacity of renewables to 4000 MW by 2030. Concurrently, Malaysia strives to reduce GHG intensity of GDP by 35% by 2030 from its 2005 level and continue that reduction to 45% with enhanced international support.
Singapore’s goal is to improve energy intensity by 35% by 2030 from 2005 levels. Additionally, increasing solar PV capacity to 1 GW beyond 2020.
The nation looks to reduce and stabilize GHG emissions with the aim of peaking around 2030
Indonesia aims to achieve an electrification ratio of 99.7% by 2025 and reduce energy intensity by 1% per year over that same time period. The nation will increase its share of “new and renewable energy” in primary energy supply to 23% by 2025 and 31% by 2050. Indonesia will look to reduce GHG emissions 26% by 2020 and 29% by 2030 from BAU levels, and 41% by 2030 with international support.
The Philippines aims to achieve 100% electrification by 2022 while reducing energy intensity 40% by 2030 from its 2010 level. Additionally the nation is projected to decrease energy consumption by 1.6% per year by 2030 from baseline forecasts.
Another goal is to triple the installed capacity of renewables-based power generation to 15 GW by 2030 from its 2010 level. With international support, The Philippines aims to reduce GHG emissions by 70% from BAU level by 2030.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Papua New Guinea, through PNG Power Ltd and Independent Power Producers, needs to upgrade and add generation assets and transmission capacity to meet growing demand for electricity and an electrification target of 70% by 2030. This is particularly challenging for a country largely comprised of remote communities with a mountainous interior and thousands of islands, seeking reliable, environmentally friendly and economically viable energy solutions
Meeting the specialized demands of fast-growing markets
As the energy demands of developing markets such as those across South-East Asia continue to escalate, Twenty20 Energy is leading the way with energy transition solutions that deliver greatly needed capacity while being both economically viable and environmentally conscious, enabling progress towards United Nations sustainability goal #7 – ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all.
Addressing the evolving energy demands of the developed world
With high prevailing energy demand per capita, developed markets are actively seeking energy transition opportunities away from fossil fuels to environmentally conscious renewable alternatives to achieve globally established ‘net zero’ emissions targets while maintaining or growing base load capacity to support economic and social imperatives. Twenty20 Energy has a global footprint and a focus on delivering cleaner energy technologies which support the developed world on the energy transition journey.
The USA has already achieved 22.5% of generation from renewable sources and is on track for this to increase to at least a third by 2030. Various scenarios have been outlined for renewables growth based upon current generation data however this suggests reaching the administration’s target of 80% by 2030 is possible but likely to be a significant challenge considering base load generation and current energy storage technology. Achieving 80% renewables relies upon a high growth track for renewables, particularly for wind and solar to account for 70% of generation, with an additional 10% from combined hydro, biomass and geothermal generation.
Germany was the largest energy consumer in Europe, and 7th largest in the world in 2019. Germany has adopted a strategy for an energy pathway to 2050, which includes an accelerated phase-out of nuclear power by 2022. The 2030 target is to achieve 80% renewable electricity supplies and almost 100% by 2035 which is bolstered by having already achieved over 40% generation from renewable supplies. The current urgent need for a reduction in imported fuel has placed increased emphasis on the switch to renewables with government sponsorship.
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While Australia’s carbon intensity is in decline, it is still the highest among IEA members. In 2020 Australia achieved its highest every generation from renewables at 24% from solar, wind and hydro. The government is focused on boosting low emissions technologies under Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap to accelerate the development of new and emerging technologies. This aims to preserve and create jobs, capture new opportunities and revitalise Australia’s regional economies and lower household living expenses with abundant, clean and low-cost energy. The net zero target by 2050 is to be supported by commonwealth funding to catalyse $50 to $100 billion in new private investment domestically over the decade to 2030
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Global Head Quarters & APAC Project Office
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Finance, Investor Relations & Americas Project Office
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Twenty20 Energy has a proven track record of developing and delivering transformational energy transition projects. Building on these successes, Twenty20 Energy has a significant pipeline of projects in development, demonstrating geographic reach, innovative problem solving and the capacity to tailor its approach depending on the needs of the market.
Twenty20 Energy is a dedicated corporate citizen and makes every effort to embed itself – and its employees – in the communities they serve. For example, in Papua New Guinea, Twenty20 Energy collaborates with organizations representing local landowners to ensure they are part of the power infrastructure development process and that their interests are addressed. Investments in power generation are investments in the local economy, as reliable and affordable power sources are the underpinnings of a robust economy and allow it to blossom to its full extent, particularly in education, business growth and public health.
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