Energías renovables y eficiencie energética en Marruecos

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Energías renovables y eficiencie energética en Marruecos

  1. 1. Kingdom of MoroccoRenewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Investment Opportunities Mohamed El Haouari National Agency for Renewable and Energy Efficiency Development (ADEREE) Morocco
  2. 2. International Energy dependence Price volatility of oil and gas Import part of country energy consumption100% $/t, $/bl $/MBtu (Gaz) 250 Pétrole 1480% Charbon Gaz 12 20060% 10 150 840% 6 10020% 4 50 2 0% Japan EU India USA China 0 0 02/01/07 02/07/07 02/01/08 02/07/08 02/01/09 Source : BP Statistical Review 2008, AREVA Source : Bloomberg, AREVA Reduce CO2 emissions Job Opportunities Residential (Example: employees in the German renewable energy sector; in ‘000) 12% 300 278 249 250 Transport 20% 200 160 48% Energy 150 100 50 20% 0 Industry 2004 2007 2008 Source: BMU-KI III Projekt "Gross Employment from Renew able Energy in Germany in the Year 2008, a first estimate"; March 2009
  3. 3. Morocco’s Quick developmentGDP Growth Electricity demand / 95% energy dependence
  4. 4. The role of RE and EE inMorocco
  5. 5. Incentive Framework Unique location for + Highly competitive + Unique set of Free trade Europe, Africa and USA labor costs Agreements US$/month # Free trade agreements by country 55 4,000 3,787 50 44 Morocco as a crossroad between 42 Europe, Africa and Americas (e.g. with shipping distance) 3,049 40 3,000 2,736 2 days 30 6 days 1 day 2,000 20 ~13 days 9 days 20 +47% 1,226 15 1,081 13 13 12 1,000 10 530 302 360 393 0 0 China Mor. Mex. Rom. Pol. Turk.Spain U.S.Germ. Brazil S. India US China Tur. Mexico Mor. Kor. Free trade agreements leading to 1 billion consumers markets1. in 20052. Source: ILO, INEGI, IMD, ONE, Press Search, Searates
  6. 6. Wind and solar maps Huge Potential N O E S Vitesse du vent 5 kWh/m2/ day N > 6 m/s O S E 5 - 6 m/s 4 - 5 m/s 3000 h/ year 3 - 4 m/s < 3 m/s Inconu 100 0 100 200 Kilomètres M o in s de 4 ,7 K W h /m 2 E n tre 4 ,7 & 5 ,0 K W h/m 2 E n tre 5 ,0 & 5 ,3 K W h/m 2 E n tre 5 ,3 & 5 ,5 K W h/m 26000 MW/ 25 000 MW P lus d e 5 ,5 K W h /m 2 100 0 100 200 K ilo m ètre s
  7. 7. National EE program - Target by 2020Energy Saving by 2020 : 12 % Industry 48 % Transport 23 % Residential 19 % Tertiary 10 %
  8. 8. National RE Objectifs by 202014% in the 42% in the energy capacity balance installed
  9. 9. Regional approach Desertec Plan Solaire Merditéranéen
  10. 10. European approach (2)
  11. 11. RE/EE STRATEGY BY 20202000 MW solar program : 4500 GWh per year,9 billion USD, 10 000 hectares dedicated, 5 sites, Firstplant : Ouarzazate – 20152000 MW New wind farms programs : produce 6600GWh per year , 5 sites, savings of 2.5 million tons oilequivalent of fossil fuels, 3.15 Billion $Energy Efficiency national program : national audit ofhospitals, hotels, public buildings, etc. industrial sector(audits), firewood improved technologies, residentialenergy saving, laws,etcRenewable sources of energy as of 2015 will becomethe second source of electricity generation after coal
  12. 12. Politique énergétique ER Large National programs RE Programs EE Programs• Cartography of RE • Hospitals, hotels and resources, building audits• Project and programs • Industries audits development • Code of EE• Pilot and • Regulatory demonstration framework Projects • Training, quality,• Technical assistance encouragement, etc. and studies• Training and quality approach
  13. 13. Efficacité Énergétique Energy Efficiency Consumption per sectorClimatic Areas
  14. 14. Buildings Buildings36% of total energy Huge expansion, with Setting up Fiveconsumption : 29% 1,5 millions of housing Residential, 7% new cities that should be build Tertiary sector. during the period 2010- underway 2020
  15. 15. Main ProgramsCall for proposals on behalf of the European Commission with 10 millioneuro financial support in progress for the realizationDemonstration projects to implement EE measures: Financing up to 70%of the additional costStudies of energy impact ( two new cities)Energy Masters plans, More than 20 energy audits studies and energyimpacts in progressDistribution of more than 4 millions of Low Consumption lamps, reducingcustoms taxes ,etc
  16. 16. New National program of SWH
  17. 17. Industrial Sector Industrial Sector More than 400 of32% of the national audits launched byenergy consumption 48% of the energy ADEREE : 58 in progress saving and the other in preparation
  18. 18. Transports More than 15% of global greenhouse gas Promotion of cars with low CO2 emissionTransports More than 24% of the energy consumption ADEREE is working with its national partners to set up local transport strategy
  19. 19. Grants and subsidiesCreation of a green industry Areas : Availability of land (total 2000 ha/800 ha Oujda+ special incentives measures ), Reduced taxes , Investment aids, Facilities (transport, highways, airport, etc), Professional skills, etc Integrated Industrial plateforms Promote and speed up RE and EE investments (Clean-Tech ) for : Low consumption lamps Wind component : blade, towers, turbine, converters,etc Solar PV and CSP components : cells, frame, Converters, electrical cables, charge regulators, PTC, glass, chemical storage, thermal solar collectors, spare parts, etc
  20. 20. Laws and regulatory framework Law 13-09 on renewable energies the law offers the possibility to the investors to create structures dedicated to the production of the electrical energy from renewable sources of energy + Possibility of export Law on energy efficiency (law 47-09) which was adopted• It aims to integrate new code of energy efficiency in building as urbanistic model• The law also forces by decree the energy audit of the industrialists from a certain level of consumption + optimization of the energy consumption• Fiscal and financial incentives are also planned.
  21. 21. Incentives measures 1 Incentives for Energy Efficiency and RE Funds : "Fond de Développement de lEnergie (FDE)"1 is being set up. It currently has $1 billion Equity investments through the creation of the2 Energy Investment Company (SIE-100 MS) Creation of a Renewable and clean energy industrial areas3 (technopole Kyoto Park-East-Oujda) 21
  22. 22. EE Summary • Strong Political Will • Strategic Option1 • Growing and Regional Market • Ensure Stable and Bankable Financing2 Instruments • Organized integrated industrial platforms • Set up Investment Incentives3
  23. 23. Useful linksNational Agency for Re and EE development :http://www.aderee.ceeb.ma/National Office of Electricity : http://www.one.org.ma/Moroccan Agency for Solar Agency : http://www.masen.org.ma/Ministry of Energy and Mines : http://www.mem.gov.ma/
  24. 24. Thank you for your attention m.elhouari@cder.org.ma Morocco

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