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Efforts to apply to rsat in mekong tributary sub basins under the mrc-ish program since 2010

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3rd Mekong Forum on Water, Food & Energy. Presentation from Session 19: Advancing Sustainability in the Mekong Region: the role of Assessment Tools, Standards and Safeguards.

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Efforts to apply to rsat in mekong tributary sub basins under the mrc-ish program since 2010

  1. 1. Efforts to apply to RSAT in Mekong tributary subbasins under the MRCISH program since 2010 Donna Brown, Entura Consultant to the MRC-ISH CPWF Forum, Hanoi, November 2013 Session 19: Advancing Sustainability in the Mekong Region: The role of assessment tools and standards
  2. 2. 10 RSAT Topics (economic, technical, social & environmental) River basin planning Energy planning &regulation 4 RSAT Criteria (Multisector) Regulatory & Governance Hydro Projects Sustainable hydropower development requires a basin wide integrative approach
  3. 3. Many Mekong sub-basins have a number of IPP hydropower projects Private investors optimise individual projects – current situation The RSAT is designed to consider hydropower in a broader basin wide context Governments must optimise basin wide development outcomes – we are missing this step
  4. 4. Nam Ou, Lao PDR RSAT Trials 2010-14 • • • • • • • • • Nam Ngum – Lao PDR Nam Ou - Lao PDR Sre Pok Lower - Cambodia Sre Pok Upper - Vietnam Nam Kam – Thailand 3S Basin – transboundary Pursat - Cambodia Sesan Upper – Vietnam NT-NK – Lao PDR Feedback and improve – RSAT version 4 Nam Theun-Nam Kading Lao PDR Nam Ngum, Lao PDR Nam Kam Thailand 3S Basin, Transbou ndary Sre Pok Lower Cambodia Pursat, Cambodia Sesan Upper Vietnam
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