Japan-U.S.-Mekong Power Partnership

Clean Energy Investment Conference

Launched in 2019, the Japan-U.S.-Mekong Power Partnership (JUMPP) supports the Mekong region’s pursuit of energy security while encouraging greater regional power trade, clean energy integration, decarbonization and resilience. Through JUMPP, the U.S. and Japanese governments partner with Mekong governments to promote a more sustainable electricity sector and quality power infrastructure development.  U.S. and Japanese bilateral and regional technical assistance supports ‎Mekong electricity regulatory and power system development by working with national power market authorities on integrating renewable energy, competitive power markets, enhancing cross-border power trade, and creating opportunities for private investment.

Mekong governments are planning for significant increases in clean energy investment and deployment to meet national energy and climate targets.  These investments will include renewable energy projects and the supporting technologies that enable the integration of variable renewable energy resources.  With support from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Energy Resources' (ENR) Power Sector Program (PSP), USEA hosted the JUMPP Clean Energy Investment Conference from April 1 - 3, 2024 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  The JUMPP Clean Energy Investment Conference brought together over 160 energy experts and served as a platform for expanding the technical knowledge of stakeholders from JUMPP partner countries, as well as an opportunity to expand their network of U.S. and Japanese clean energy and advanced energy technology manufacturers.  The three-day conference featured presentations and panels on these technologies, investment strategies, and power sector planning from U.S. and Japanese experts, as well as discussions of energy sector development plans in Mekong countries.



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JUMPP Clean Energy Investment Conference