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The Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo 2012 is Nigeria’s leading alternative energy Expo. NAEE 2012 takes place at the Yaradua Convention Centre, Abuja Nigeria from September 17-19 2012. The event will ...

The Nigeria Alternative Energy Expo 2012 is Nigeria’s leading alternative energy Expo. NAEE 2012 takes place at the Yaradua Convention Centre, Abuja Nigeria from September 17-19 2012. The event will feature an impressive line-up of local and international speakers, delegates and exhibitors, who will gather to debate a new energy future for Africa's most populous nation

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  • 1. Providing Access To Energy tothose who needs it the mostNigerian Alternative Energy Expo 2011
  • 2. Agenda Who we are What our business is about Our Local Content Offer to you How we contribute to sustainable developmentSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 3. The Global Specialist in energyManagement
  • 4. Agenda Who we are What our business is about Our Local Content offer to you How we contribute to sustainable developmentSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 5. A world where we can allachieve more whileusing lessof our common planetSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 6. Schneider Electric Nigeria: your energyspecialist for significant savings● Your energy manager … improving business via metering, monitoring, control solutions and cost optimization services● Your energy expert … improving business via consultative services, technical and behavioral energy action plans and implementation services● Your green partner improving business via environmentally friendlyNigeria – March 2011Schneider Electric – and energy reducing products
  • 7. BipBop program:promoting development through combined initiativesBusiness InnovationBuild an investment Build adequatefund to support thecreation of companies B I offers/solutions to be a champion in the BOPdedicated to electrical electrical distributionbusiness for the Base field for the Base of theof the Pyramid P Pyramid People Train young people from the Base of the Pyramid in electrical skills and sponsor themSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 8. Fully aligned with Schneider Electric’s strategy● New economies● Solutions● Collaborative approach● Energy efficiency● Start-upSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 9. Today:1.4 billion people don’t have access to electricity 1500 South America : 31 million Urban Mid-mkt 20% Population without electricity Africa: 587 million Source: IEA 2010 and IFC 2008 1000 Sub-Saharan Africa (in million) BoP Asia: 800 million Rural 92% 80% 500 India 0Schneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 10. 1.4 billion peopleare heavily impacted by lack of access to electricity● The lack of electricity ● endangers peoples’ health ● puts a strong brake on development ● increases environmental damages● Slum inhabitants (1bn people increasing by 500,000 per week) connect to the grid in poor conditions because of their situation● Access to electricity is intrinsically hard, they pay more and they get a poorer service● Remote villages must be focused to develop the people, the agriculture and to reduce slump growth.Schneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 11. In 20 years’ time:1.2bn people will still lack access to electricity,87% of them living in rural areas2008: 4 billion people with electricity, 1.5 billion people without2030: 5.5Nigeria – March 2011 Schneider Electric – billion people with electricity, 1.2 billion people without
  • 12. BoP hierarchy of needsElectricity is the #1 response outside cooking fuel Washing Electricity M/C Electric iron, Mixer, Grinder Refrigerator, Electric pump Fan + Television Home lighting + mobile charging CookingSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 13. A focus on BipBop projectshttp://www.schneider-electric.com/bipbopSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 14. BipBop: Focus on peopleSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 15. Focus on People Train to energy management tradesOverview In 2010: 17 projects – 4 in processSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 16. Focus on PeopleTrain to energy management trades 4 principles Focussing on the most underprivileged populations (with reference to the country’s average wealth) > Being part of the letter and spirit of the BipBop project Training in the electricity and automation professions > Guaranteeing the credibility and added value of Schneider Electric Partnership with a local non-profit making structure (Association, NGO, school, university) > Respecting local pedagogical know-how and putting it to good use. Preparing for withdrawal over time Commitment of the local subsidiary > Guaranteeing the quality, suitability and viability of the project. Favouring close monitoring. Increasing Schneider Electric’s overall contributionSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 17. Focus on PeopleTrain to energy management trades 5 training areas Basic electricity training > Favouring initial access to employment for young people from extremely poor backgrounds Training technicians and senior technicians > Providing access to employment for underprivileged young people and thus contributing to local economic development Training automation specialists > Addressing the lack of qualified labour in the operating / maintenance of automation systems by training young people Training in crisis situations > Ensuring the continuity of vocational training in crisis or post-crisis situations (war, disaster) Additional training (evening classes) > Allowing young people to acquire basic knowledge in electricity whilst continuing with their “activity”Schneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
  • 18. BipBop: Focus on products and solutionsSchneider Electric – Nigeria – March 2011
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  • 20. Micro off-grid facility Dispensary SchoolVillasol:A central solution for Community services CinemaBipBop offer architecture Market B I BOP PB I BOP P Complete solution Entrepreneurial Productivity activities machines Vilasol home B I BOP B I BOP P P Individual household Battery Water pumping station Charging “water of the sun” Schneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011 Station
  • 21. In-Diya LED Solar Lighting Home SystemSchneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011
  • 22. In-Diya can illuminate a room better than 11 wattCFL and provide back up for 8 Hrs 11 Watt 4.5/5.5 WattLight output 600 Lumens 630 Lumens Light output better than 11 watts CFL. Luminous 50 Lumens/Watt 140 Lumens/Watt Highly energy efficient Efficiency Life 6000Hrs 50000 Hrs More than 20 years of life Operating AC,170-250 Volts AC, 90-270 Volts Not affected by low voltage Voltage DC, 12 Volt problem in Nigeria Back up No back up 8 Hrs Can give 8 Hrs back up with 5Schneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011 Ah battery
  • 23. In-Diya is the most energy efficient light, which canilluminate room of 12”X 12” with 4.5 Watt with a life of 20 yearsSpecification ● Input Voltage ● AC : 90V – 250VAC / 50Hz ● Solar :12V DC- Solar ● Battery : 12Volt ● Light Output : 630 lumens output ● LED Life :50000 hours ● Power consumption by LED ● 5.5W when operated on AC ● 4.5W when operated on battery ● Battery – 12V, 5Ah Sealed Maintenance Free batterySchneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011
  • 24. Features Benefit • 8 Hours backup with 5AH Battery •No need of candle or kerosene • Light output is more than 11W CFL lamp • Consumes 50% of power compared •Free from darkness due to power cut to 11 Watt CFL • No need of emergency lamp • Can illuminate a room of 12’ x 12’ for • No requirement of inverter for lighting all normal activity •Saving in electricity bill • Can operate on very low voltage - 90V-250 Volt AC •Same brightness at lower voltages • 50000Hrs of LED life •Lower cost compared to CFL based solar home lighting system •Can operate on AC and/or Solar •Light powered by AC can be upgraded to a solar powered or vice versa Application: Home lighting , Shops , Hospital / Hostels / HotelsSchneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011
  • 25. Water pumping system:« Water of the sun » 1 1 2 3 5 5 2 1. Photovoltaic pannel 2. Electrical cabinet 3. Speed variator Altivar 31 4 4. Immersed pump 4 5. Water tankSchneider Electric – Leadership Forum – January 2011
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