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THE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME
PRESENTED BY

ENGR.(MRS) BAHIJJAHTU ABUBAKAR
NATIONAL COORDINATOR

RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME (REP),
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
OF NIGERIA

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    NAEE  2013 Renewable Energy Progamme of Nigeria Presentation NAEE 2013 Renewable Energy Progamme of Nigeria Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • THE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME PRESENTED BY ENGR.(MRS) BAHIJJAHTU ABUBAKAR NATIONAL COORDINATOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME (REP), FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT OF NIGERIA 17th October, 2013
    • MAIN THRUST OF THE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME (REP) The Renewable Energy Programme was initiated by the Federal Ministry of Environment to;  Fulfil Nigeria’s obligation to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCC) and Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants as a Partner of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC)  Address the nation’s challenges of moving towards clean, reliable, secure and competitive energy technologies and ensure we meet all the development targets of the Vision 20:2020 with minimal carbon footprint.  Develop and implement strategies/policies that would regulate the renewable energy sector as obtained in global best practices  Ensure that the renewable energy sector develops sustainably and profitably while providing synergy for participants in the sector.  In addition, it seeks to lowers market entry barriers of the clean energy and off-grid lighting market space at every step, from the design of clean energy products, to their commercial production and distribution.
    • REP: WHAT WE DO! As the renewable energy sector continue to develop, the primary driving forces are less likely to be environmental and more likely to be energy security, employment potential and job & wealth creation. The employment potential for the global renewable energy industry is significant. And as global petroleum output declines, fossil energy jobs may become scarcer, allowing a shift to the labour-intensive renewable energy industries. Hence we:  Partner with all the three-tiers of Government, relevant government Agencies, NGOs, CBOs, FBOs, as well as local and international investors.  Partner with Multilateral Agencies, national and international financial institutions.  Make sure the renewable energy sector is safe for investors and the renewable energy sector develops in line with global best practices
    • ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE PROGRAMME The achievements of the programme will be highlighted in the following slides based on the two categories: PARTNERSHIPS THAT WORK • Nigeria-German Energy Partnership. • Nigeria-Nordic ( Sweden, Finland & Norway)Energy Forum. • Bank of Industry/ UNDP Access to Renewable Energy Programme • Nigeria- India Partnership on Renewable Energy development. • Inter-Ministerial Committee on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency(ICREEE). Secretariat is in the Ministry of Power • Renewable Energy Investment Team Committee( NIPC, Customs, FIRS, Immigrations). Secretariat is in NIPC • Partnership with National and International corporations • And a Host of Others ONGOING PROJECTS • •
    • ON-GOING PROJECTS OF REP GEARED TOWARDS ACHIEVING THE LOW EMISSION DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES (LEDS) INCLUDE: • THE CLIMATE AND CLEAN AIR COALITION (CCAC) to reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants (SLCP) like Methane, Black Carbon and HFCs. Focal Areas include; • Reducing black carbon emissions from heavy duty diesel vehicles and engines; • Mitigating black carbon and other pollutants from brick production; • Mitigating short-lived climate pollutants from the municipal solid waste sector; • Promoting HFC alternative technology and standards; and • Accelerating methane reductions from oil and natural gas production. • Household Cooking and Domestic Heating • Reducing Emissions from Agriculture • THE RURAL WOMEN ENERGY SECURITY (RUWES) PROJECT • THE NATIONAL CLEAN COOKING SCHEME (NCCS) • THE RURAL ENERGY ACCESS PROJECT • THE CLEAN ENERGY TRANSPORT SCHEME (CETS)
    • CLIMATE AND CLEAN AIR COALITION (CCAC) to Reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants In February 2012 six countries and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) formed the Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Live Climate Pollutants. It is the first global effort to treat these pollutants as a collective challenge. • Nigeria is also a State Partner of the CCAC, recognizing the fact that mitigating Short-lived Climate Pollutants (SLCPs) is critical to addressing climate change in the near-term. • Nigeria joined the coalition in April 2012, and the Coalition is growing rapidly. As of September 2013, it has 30 State partners and 38 NGO’s /IGO’s including the Stockholm Environment Institute, World Health Organisation, the World Bank and UNEP. The Objectives of the Coalition are; • Raise awareness of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies; • Enhance and develop new national and regional actions, including by identifying barriers, enhancing capacity and mobilizing support; • Promote best practices and showcase successful efforts; and • Improve scientific understanding of short-lived climate pollutant impacts and mitigation strategies.
    • RURAL WOMEN ENERGY SECURITY (RUWES) PROJECT • The Rural Women Energy Security Project under the Renewable Energy Programme is targeted towards the underserved rural woman who is usually off grid, energy poor and has the highest incidence of health related issues from harmful energy practices. RUWES targets women and exposing them to cleaner alternatives for lighting, heating , cooking and transport. • The RUWES in partnership with stakeholders especially NGOs, FBOs and CBOs strive to fashion out modalities to make this access to energy easier, cost effective as well as change the mindset of the rural woman. In addition, the project is targeted towards poverty alleviation /eradication by improving the value chain of her enterprise. Part of our strategies towards achieving the objectives of the RUWES include: • Promotion of clean cookstoves and other clean cooking technologies like Wonder Bag • Community based clean energy project implementation for Agricultural communities (Solar Dryers, irrigation) , lighting , heating and cooking. • Provision of bio-digesters for the trapping of biogases for use in homes and business clusters. • Entrepreneur Incubation and Skills Acquisition/Business Model Development
    • • • • • • • • • THE NATIONAL CLEAN COOKING SCHEME (NCCS) - OBJECTIVES The NCCS represents the Cooking component of RUWES and it aims to provide 20 million clean cook stoves through-out the country in 5 years. That is, the distribution of at least 4 million clean cook stoves across the six-geo-political zones per annum. This objective will be achieved in two folds; (a) Households and (b) Institutional firewood users. Households- the project will be implemented as a subsidized social enterprise (through women cooperatives) Institutional firewood userssuch as schools, prisons, NYSC camps, hospitals, prisons etc, it will be implemented as a social intervention. In a bid to improve respiratory health issues associated with cooking with fire wood in the country To reduce pressure on forest resources caused by indiscriminate felling of trees which ultimately lead to deforestation and desertification Creating a viable market potentials for Bio-fuel development and usage Creating jobs for foundry workers, welders, mechanics etc in cookstoves production. Rural economy regeneration with provision of spare parts replacement centres, repairs and support centres.
    • PICTURE COLLECTION FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES RURAL WOMEN ENERGY SECURITY
    • THE INDISCRIMINATE FELLING OF TREES TO MEET ENERGY NEEDS FOR COOKING AND HEATING PURPOSES
    • THE STRUGGLE AND STRESS USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH SOURCING KEROSENE FOR COOKING, LIGHTING AND HEATING. THIS ALSO SHOWS THE HUGE FINANCIAL BURDEN IN PURCHASING KEROSENE EVERYDAY
    • THE ECO BOXX SOLAR KIT, CLEAN COOKSTOVE AND THE KEROSENE LAMP EXCHANGE PROGRAMME
    • SOLAR LIGHTING KIT WITH MOBILE PHONE CHARGING UNIT, BARBING KIT, FAN AND LED BULBS
    • A TRI-CYCLE FOR DOOR-DOOR INSTALLATION OF LPG PRODUCTS DELIVERY AND
    • NCCS – EFFECTS OF USING DIRTY FUELS
    • CLEANER ALTERNATIVES TO MEET COOKING NEEDS
    • Rural Energy Access Programme STATUS: As part of the programme, the Federal Ministry of Environment has patented products under the Renewable Energy Access Programme (REAP) in partnership with the Indian Government that include; This project has already been launched, and the products are been made available for distribution to the identified communities and partner states. • The programme is tasked with sourcing and deploying alternative and sustainable renewable energy sources to impact positively on the environment as well as create sustainable livelihood for the rural poor and those most affected by the paucity of electricity and energy supply in the Country 1. The Rural Solar Kit: It is a handy, portable solar electrification kit developed to give instant power to the remotest communities 2. Rural Solar Hair-care Kits: This product caters to both male and female salon owners. 3. Primary Health Care Solar Kits: This kit is to aid in health care delivery at the rural level
    • THE ADOPT A VILLAGE & LANTERN EXCHANGE INITIATIVE(s)
    • A NIGHT MARKET SPACE EFFECTIVELY ILLUMINATED WITH A SOLAR LAMP
    • STUDENTS STUDYING WITH SOLAR LAMPS AND A RANGE OF AVAILABLE SOLAR LAMPS
    • IN 2012, 600 HOUSEHOLDS HAD SOLAR HOME SYSTEMS INSTALLED IN MUTUM BIU LGA, TARABA STATE
    • ON-GOING INSTALLATION OF SOLAR SYSTEMS IN MUTUM BIU LGA, COMPLETED IN 2012 APPROPRIATION
    • CLEAN ENERGY TRANSPORT SCHEME (CETS) • The Renewable Energy Programme in collaboration with the Indian Government through the TATA Group has proposed an initiative to run mass transit transportation on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). CNG is a cleaner and more efficient fuel than the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) and diesel that is currently being used for mass transportation in Nigeria. • The System is modeled after the city of New Delhi which has retrofitted all vehicles to run on CNG thereby restoring clean air and also earning carbon credits for the State. We have written to State Governments to partner with us in the System and are looking forward to favorable responses. • There is increased interest in partnership from NNPC led by the Executive Director (Gas and Power) regarding support for cleaner fuels for transport especially as part of the Gas Flare-down programme.
    • IN THE 2012 APPROPRIATION, TWO SKILL ACQUISITION CENTRES WERE COMLETED IN KAIAMA KWARA STATE AND BARUTEN LGA
    • UPCOMING EVENTS FOR THE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME FOR YEAR, 2013 • • • • • Nigeria Renewable Energy Day (NIREDAY) Rural Women Energy Security (RUWES) Launch State Road Shows Market Demonstrations Launch of Clean Energy for the following: Nigerian Police, Army, Immigration, Navy, Police Officers Wives Association, Nigerian Army Officers Wives Association, Immigration Officers Wives Association and all the military and Para-military associations that have indicated interest in the RUWES.
    • A MOBILIZATION DRIVE WITH MARKET WOMEN
    • OUR REGULAR ON-GOING MARKET DISPLAY/ ROAD SHOW
    • GETTING THE NIGERIAN ARMY ON BOARD CLEAN ENERGY ADOPTION
    • WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?! • Entrepreneurs and investors should participate in the Access to Renewable Energy Project in partnership with the Bank of Industry (BOI) through the UNDP- Access to Renewable Energy Project (AtREP). They can also buy-into the Adopt-avillage initiatve. • Women can also participate in the Rural Women Energy Security (RUWES) Project were they are trained in business incubation and wealth creation • Participants are invited to the next Nigeria Renewable Energy Day (NIREDAY). This is an annual event organized by the Renewable Energy Programme to showcase the viability of the sector.
    • THANK YOU ENGR (MRS) BAHIJJAHTU ABUBAKAR NATIONAL COORDINATOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT 444 Aguiyi Ironsi Way, Green Building, Maitama, Abuja Email- info@renewableenergy.gov.ng Tel: +234-9-290 8787