FSM National & State Energy Action Plans                          2010Volume II                         Department of Reso...
… Electrifying the outer islands …    Solar systems and conventional diesel generators in Yap2
Computer lab in high-school of Woleai – Yap State3
CONTENTSPREFACE..............................................................................................................
NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST AND ACTION PLANS .....................................................................................
CHUUK - 5 year energy action plan ...........................................................................................
Objective 1: Conventional Energy ............................................................................................
PREFACEThe National Energy Policy has as primary goal to have the Nation becoming less dependent on imported fossil fuels ...
To achieve these ambitious yet realistic goals, the Government had initiated the National Energy Work Group. This group is...
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NATIONAL ACTION PLANSThe national action plans can be split up into four major groups:   I.   Energy Efficient Appliances ...
I.    ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES1. LIGHTING - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES    Public bodies are required to purchase only...
2. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES    All air conditioning systems will be required to be regularl...
3. ENERGY STAR - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES    The national government will strongly support and adopt the Energy Star i...
4. PROCURING ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES    National Government agencies are required to proc...
II.        ENERGY CONSERVATION including RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES1. BUILDING ENERGY RATING    An energy rating system for...
2. ASSESSMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY ALTERNATIVES AT DESIGN-BUILD STAGE    Developers of any new government building must pe...
3. BUILDING ENERGY STANDARDS    The Government will encourage developers to adopt a set of energy standards well above th...
III.        ENERGY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN1. INFORMATION AND ADVICE TO PRIVATE SECTOR AND THE PUBLIC    Set-up an information ...
2. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN –“THE SAVE AND GAIN CAMPAIGN”    The target of this campaign will be the National Government employ...
3. NATIONWIDE EE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN – POWER FOR ALL    This will address the need for efficient energy use in the home th...
IV.         NATIONWIDE ENERGY PROGRAMS 1. NATION WIDE ENERGY STUDIES    To provide support to the four FSM states by init...
2. NATIONWIDE ENERGY CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMS    Start a capacity building program that will serve the four FSM StatesO...
3. DEVELOPMENT OF A CENTRALIZED – NATIONWIDE – ENERGY DATABASE    As part of the Nationwide Energy Sector a centralized e...
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NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST AND ACTION PLANS        REFERENCE                                                   ACTIVITIES/PROG...
III.  AWARENESS               AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATIONCAMPAIGN                         ...
Governance/              Budget inPriority         Objectives           Targets               Activities, programs, strate...
II.   ENERGY                                5. BUILDING ENERGY RATING                      Department of TC&I    $30,000  ...
III.  AWARENESS            CAMPAIGN          Increase the public   8. INFORMATION AND ADVICE                              ...
IV.   NATIONWIDE            ENERGY PROGRAMS    There is a great need 11. NATION          WIDE           ENERGY            ...
ENERGY EFFICIENCY PLAN OF ACTION (AS INDENTIFIED AFTER THE 2009 ENERGY AUDIT –EDF 9 REP-5)32
Total savings possible: 20% from current electricity bill of the national government buildings (Palikir). This equals to  ...
STATE ACTION PLANSThe state action plans has four parts:     1.   Yap State Energy Action Plans     2.   Chuuk State Energ...
PLAN OF ACTION STATE OF YAPYap State Priority List Reference                                                       Activit...
OBJECTIVE 1: CONVENTIONAL ENERGY PROJECTS:                                                       Reduce fuel consumption ...
1.3/  Together with 1.2, removal of 4 old and inoperative gen-       YSPSC   AMU          The 4 generators     150,000   Y...
OBJECTIVE 2 A: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: SUPPLY SIDE MANAGEMENT (SSM)                                                           ...
OBJECTIVE 2 B: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT (DSM)                                                            ...
2.6/                                                    YSPSC   ADB, EIB or      Look into the    75,000                  ...
OBJECTIVE 3 A: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – SOLAR SECTION / OUTER ISLAND ELECTRIFICATION                   100% of the ...
OBJECTIVE 3 B: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – SOLAR SECTION / MAIN ISLANDS & YAP PROPER                              10% ...
OBJECTIVE 3 C: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – WIND SECTION                        10% RE by 2015 (in preparation of 50%) ...
10 YEAR ENERGY ACTION PLAN                                                                                                ...
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  1. 1. FSM National & State Energy Action Plans 2010Volume II Department of Resources and Development Division of Energy
  2. 2. … Electrifying the outer islands … Solar systems and conventional diesel generators in Yap2
  3. 3. Computer lab in high-school of Woleai – Yap State3
  4. 4. CONTENTSPREFACE............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8NATIONAL ACTION PLAN ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11I. ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 121. LIGHTING - Energy efficient appliances .................................................................................................................................................................................... 122. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS - Energy efficient appliances ..................................................................................................................................................... 133. ENERGY STAR - Energy efficient appliances.............................................................................................................................................................................. 144. PROCUREMENT - Energy efficient appliances .......................................................................................................................................................................... 15II. ENERGY CONSERVATION including RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES........................................................................................................................................ 161. BUILDING ENERGY RATING ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 162. ASSESSMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY ALTERNATIVES at Design-BUILD Stage ....................................................................................................................... 173. BUILDING ENERGY STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 18III. ENERGY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN............................................................................................................................................................................................. 191. INFORMATION AND ADVICE to private sector and the public ................................................................................................................................................. 192. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN –“THE SAVE AND GAIN CAMPAIGN” ................................................................................................................................................ 203. NATIONWIDE ENERGY EFFICIENCY Awareness Campaign – Power for All ............................................................................................................................... 21IV. NATIONWIDE ENERGY PROGRAMS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 221. NATIONWIDE ENERGY STUDIES................................................................................................................................................................................................ 222. NATIONWIDE CAPACITY BUILDING programs .......................................................................................................................................................................... 233. DEVELOPMENT OF A CENTRALIZED – NATIONWIDE – ENERGY DATABASE ............................................................................................................................. 244
  5. 5. NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST AND ACTION PLANS ................................................................................................................................................................................ 26I. ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 28II. ENERGY CONSERVATION incl. RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES................................................................................................................................................ 29III. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30IV. NATIONWIDE ENERGY PROGRAMS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 31ENERGY EFFICIENCY PLAN OF ACTION (as indentified after the 2009 Energy Audit –EDF 9 REP-5) ................................................................................................. 32STATE ACTION PLANS........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 34YAP STATE .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35Activities/Programs – priority list ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35Objective 1: Conventional Energy Projects: ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 36Objective 2 A: Energy efficiency: Supply Side Management (SSM) .................................................................................................................................................. 38Objective 2 B: Energy efficiency: Demand Side Management (DSM).............................................................................................................................................. 39Objective 3 A: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – solar section / Outer island electrification .......................................................................................................... 41Objective 3 B: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – solar section / main islands & Yap proper........................................................................................................... 42Objective 3 C: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – wind section ........................................................................................................................................................ 4310 year energy action plan ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 44A/ Conventional Energy Projects: ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44B/ Energy Efficiency: .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45C/ Alternative/ Renewable Energy: ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47CHUUK STATE .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49Activities/Programs – priority list ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 50PLAN OF ACTION STATE OF CHUUK - Overview............................................................................................................................................................................... 515
  6. 6. CHUUK - 5 year energy action plan ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53Objective 1: Conventional Energy .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53Objective 2: Energy Conservation and energy efficiency ................................................................................................................................................................. 55Objective 3 A: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – solar section ........................................................................................................................................................ 56Objective 3 B: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – wind section ........................................................................................................................................................ 57Objective 3 C: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – wave section ........................................................................................................................................................ 58Objective 3 D: Alternative/ Renewable Energy – BIOMASS & WASTE section ................................................................................................................................. 59POHNPEI STATE ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 60Activities/Programs – priority list ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 61POHNPEI - 5 year energy action plan ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 62Objective 1: Conventional Energy .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62Objective 2: Energy Conservation and energy efficiency ................................................................................................................................................................. 64Objective 3A: Renewable Energy – hydro section ............................................................................................................................................................................ 67Objective 3B: Renewable Energy – solar section.............................................................................................................................................................................. 69Objective 3C: Renewable Energy – OTHERS ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 71Draft plan of action State of Pohnpei – 10 years............................................................................................................................................................................... 72 Conventional Energy:................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 72 Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency .............................................................................................................................................................................. 74 Renewable Energy ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 77KOSRAE STATE ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 80Activities/Programs – priority list ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 81Plan of action State of Kosrea – 5 year .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 826
  7. 7. Objective 1: Conventional Energy .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 82Objective 2: Energy Conservation and energy efficiency ................................................................................................................................................................. 82Objective 3: Renewable Energy ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 83Objective 4: Capacity Building .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 857
  8. 8. PREFACEThe National Energy Policy has as primary goal to have the Nation becoming less dependent on imported fossil fuels byimplementing energy efficiency and conservation measurements and including more environmentally sound renewable energysources that are locally available. To reach this goal the Government carries the following Vision, Objective and Major Goal:  The National Vision statement for Energy is:To improve the life and livelihood of all FSM citizens with affordable, reliable and environmentally sound energy.  The National Objective for Energy is: To promote the sustainable socio-economic development of FSM through the provision and utilization of cost-effective, safe, reliable andsustainable energy services.Whereas energy services refer to work relating to the sale, supply, storage and distribution of energy.  The Major Goal of the Policy is:To become less dependent on imported sources of energy by having an increased share of renewable energy sources and having cross-sectoral energy conservation and efficiency standards in place; and therefore,By 2020 the share of renewable energy sources will be at least 30% of total energy production, while energy efficiency will increase by 50%.Energy Efficiency referred here would also mean reduction of energy loss.8
  9. 9. To achieve these ambitious yet realistic goals, the Government had initiated the National Energy Work Group. This group is chairedby the energy division, which works closely together with the energy sector in the four FSM states. Additionally, the NationalGovernment has prepared their own energy action plans that when combined with the various states action plans will delineate aroad map that will assist the nation in achieving its goals and objectives.The Government would like to emphasize a collaborative effort towards the bulk purchase of fuel. An important and recentachievement that contributes to a stable economy and supports the energy sector as a whole is the establishment of FSMPetroleum Corporation. Initiating bulk purchases will inherently contribute to improve cost efficiency.Another important initiative is to improve sea vessel schedules to maximize the efficiency of the missions and to enable the variousdepartments and offices to coordinate activities and services. The aim is to have the shipping schedules available on-line andregularly updated so that a wider public audience can be reached.A recent example of improving this communication method was the installation of VSATs, which connected various outer islands tothe internet. This important development will increase the use of sea transportation as the outer island communities can scheduletheir activities following the arrival of the sea vessels. This communication not only generates income, but will improve theexchange of goods from various communities to the urban centers, as well as contribute to the potential of converting coconut oilto biodiesel.The energy action plans will lay the foundation for the FSM to achieve its goal, to become less dependent upon imported fossil fuelbase-energy, that will ‘set the bar’ of sustainability as a model to follow.9
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  11. 11. NATIONAL ACTION PLANSThe national action plans can be split up into four major groups: I. Energy Efficient Appliances II. Energy Conservation (including renewable energy sources) III. Energy Awareness Campaign IV. Nationwide Energy Programs:  Training & Capacity Building  Energy Related Studies  Development of a Centralized Energy Database  Donor and Development Support Coordination Grid connected solar PV systems on Airport building, Kosrae11
  12. 12. I. ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES1. LIGHTING - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES Public bodies are required to purchase only energy efficient lighting from fiscal year 2011 forward Replace or install Energy Star rated lighting in national government buildingsLighting accounts for a significant proportion of electricity use in the public sector. Most of the lights used in the offices are inefficient 40 W T12fluorescent lights. Modern LED bulbs and luminaries provide an immediate opportunity for significant energy efficiency improvement. TheNational Government has committed to the use of more efficient lighting (wherever feasible) and to replace incandescent light bulbs in publicbuildings with modern Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) or other energy efficient lights such as LED’s.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of TC&I in coordination with Department of R&D (energy division)ESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 50,000 All the street and security lights in National Government facilities will have to be energy efficientThere are over 10 street lights and approximately 30 security lights using (SOX 116 W light bulbs) installed in National Government facilities,representing a significant energy load. Instituting a program to replace these street and security lights will be developed by the Department ofR&D, TC&I, PUC and local authorities. Most of the security lights are on 24 hours a day due to bad functioning sensors. The nationalgovernment will appoint a maintenance officer that will be responsible for making sure that the lights are off during day time.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D in coordination with Department of TC&IESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 30,00012
  13. 13. 2. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES All air conditioning systems will be required to be regularly inspected by trained experts to ensure that they operate to maximum energy efficiency. The room or office temperature should be no less than 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24o C)From July 2011, any air conditioning system with a total capacity of 6 kWh will be advised to have the system inspected by a trained inspector inorder to ensure efficient energy usage by the system.The National Government will start this initiative by having all their air conditioning systems inspected and certified. A manual will have to beprepared to standardize a national methodology for inspections, and assist owners in fulfilling their responsibilities.This manual will detail how and when inspections are to be carried out.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of TC&I and the department of R&DESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 30,00013
  14. 14. 3. ENERGY STAR - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES The national government will strongly support and adopt the Energy Star initiative in FSM to promote energy efficiency in office equipmentThe EU has entered into an agreement with the Government of the United States of America on the coordination of energy-efficient labelingprograms for office equipment under the Energy Star program.The program initiated by the US Environmental Protection Agency, has now matured into a worldwide energy efficiency program, run inpartnership by the US EPA, the European Union, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and Canada, to promote energy-efficient officeequipment on a worldwide level. FSM is willing to follow the EU and US in adopting the Energy Star initiative.The promotion of the use of Energy Star certified appliances in the FSM will lead to significant cost cutting measures, thereby saving up to 50%in energy usage. This can be accomplished through the replacement of current equipment with Energy Star certified appliances.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D – trade division with support of the energy divisionESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 10,00014
  15. 15. 4. PROCURING ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS - ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES National Government agencies are required to procure energy-efficient products. R&D will produce purchasing specifications to help National Government comply with these procurement requirements.The Specifications for energy-efficient products will include:  National Government Requirements: Draft an outline of National laws and regulations surrounding the purchase and use of energy efficient products.  Purchasing Specifications: Provide energy performance requirements for energy-efficient products by category.  Energy Cost Calculators: Provide tools to calculate projected energy savings by switching to more efficient products.  Standby Power Data Center: Outline products with low standby power, including office equipment, consumer electronics, appliances, and many other categories.The US Department of Energy‘s “Federal Energy Management Program” can be used as guidelines.(http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/technologies/eep.fedrequirements.html )BenefitsThe National Government is the largest volume buyer of energy-consuming products in the FSM. By procuring energy-efficient products, buyerscan reduce energy consumption and achieve enormous cost savings. The aggregate effect of these purchasing decisions is enormous.By setting a clear standard for energy performance, Federal procurement requirements can shift the market toward greater supply of energy-efficient products in FSM. That, in turn, improves availability and reduces cost for all consumers.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR TH IS ACTION:Department of R&D with support of the Department of TC&I and JusticeESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 50,00015
  16. 16. II. ENERGY CONSERVATION including RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES1. BUILDING ENERGY RATING An energy rating system for public buildings will be developed and used starting in 2011 Initiate an Energy Rating system for Government office buildings Develop a Building Energy Performance DirectiveIn order to meet the Building Energy Performance Directive, all new offices/structures will be required to have their energy efficiency assessedand certified by an expert. This energy assessment will be extended to existing national government buildings. A Building Energy Rating ‘table’will be developed and will provide information on the building’s energy use. This table can be used to demonstrate improvements over time,while all national government buildings will be required to display their rating. Additionally, this will encourage transparency of energyperformance by the building tenant.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D with support of the Department of TC&I, and all public sector organizations.ESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 20,00016
  17. 17. 2. ASSESSMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY ALTERNATIVES AT DESIGN-BUILD STAGE Developers of any new government building must perform an energy efficiency feasibility assessment while incorporating renewable energy resources for that structurePrior the construction and/or refurbishment of a new building with a floor area exceeding 2,500 ft2 , a due diligence regarding the technical,environmental and economic feasibility impact studies of installing renewable energy systems in the proposed building will be requiredThis action should significantly increase interest and awareness of alternative energy options.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of TC&I with support of the Department of R&DESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 10,00017
  18. 18. 3. BUILDING ENERGY STANDARDS The Government will encourage developers to adopt a set of energy standards well above those prescribed by law within the code of building regulationsBuilding codes and energy standards are currently available in the FSM and follow US building codes. More recent codes were developed andimplemented in Hawaii and Guam. These codes could be used as example and adapted in the FSM. Recent and newly constructed buildingshave included energy efficiency measures have been implemented to some extent; however, by putting forth a building code standard model,developers will have an easier guide to follow.The standardization of new construction or retro-fit projects will prepare the market for the revision of the existing Building Regulations andcreate movement towards a requirement of 40% improvement in the energy performance of new houses/ buildings compared to the currentstandard. A program must be implemented, offering support to developers to build both residential and commercial buildings with an energyperformance standard of at least 60% above that required in the current Building Regulations.This action will demonstrate the opportunities for a strong shift towards low carbon output and energy efficient housing in FSM.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of TC&I with support of the Department of R&DESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 30,00018
  19. 19. III. ENERGY AWARENESS CAMPAIGN1. INFORMATION AND ADVICE TO PRIVATE SECTOR AND THE PUBLIC Set-up an information desk and website that supports the networking and exchange of best energy efficiency practices by the energy users through the Association of Micronesian Utilities (AMU)AMU’s secretariat is temporarily housed in R&D. They will establish and administer the program for energy users. AMU, in operation for morethan 2 years, already engaged the 4 FSM utilities that are the main suppliers of electricity in FSM.The aim is for AMU is to utilize their energy experts to assist the utilities with their ongoing site visits to customers, holding workshops onenergy efficiency and annual performance reporting. AMU members share information on energy saving technologies and techniques tomaximize savings and maintain competitiveness.The National Government will continue to work with AMU to improve networking and information exchange opportunities. The emphasis willbe on continued implementation of efficiency programs and measures. Develop an Energy Management Action Plan Assist the private sector to improve their energy management through the Energy MAP initiativeThe Energy MAP (Energy Management Action Plan) will be designed to target and engage the private sector to practice energy management bymaximizing their renewable energy usage. The concept is centered on a website that provides advice, training, interactive energy efficiencyopportunities and potential funding assistance. In conjunction with the College of Micronesia and AMU, training courses will be available thatoffer introductory workshops/classes for energy management. These courses are tailored for specific groups or sectors, and include on-siteassessments for participating firms. The Energy MAP website resource will be designed as a toolkit for NSA and SMEs on both the managerialand technical aspects of energy efficiency.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D and AMU with support from SPCESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 100,00019
  20. 20. 2. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN –“THE SAVE AND GAIN CAMPAIGN” The target of this campaign will be the National Government employees, through the “ Save and Gain Campaign” initiative, a new element of the National Energy Efficiency Campaign, to promote an understanding of the need for efficient energy use in the workplaceThe “Save and Gain” campaign, will work in tandem with the EDF-10 awareness campaign. The campaign will deliver the message of energyefficiency and conservation to households of government employees instituting an awareness and understanding that together, we can have apositive impact on energy efficiency. This particular group will set an example within the community to adapt to renewable resources whetherit’s implemented in offices, shops, homes and other locations. It will empower committed individual employees to change their own behaviorand encourage their colleagues to do the same. The messages will focus on what each individual can do, including switching off equipmentwhen not in use, and turning off lights whenever possible. It will emphasize the importance of such individual behavior, coming together as awhole, while encouraging the government to engage strategically in energy efficiency.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D with the PIOESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 50,00020
  21. 21. 3. NATIONWIDE EE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN – POWER FOR ALL This will address the need for efficient energy use in the home through the National Energy Efficiency Awareness Campaign - Power for All.During the REP-5 program an awareness campaign was started and achieved significant benchmarks in terms of awareness about renewableenergy and energy efficiency. It delivered the message of the importance of energy efficiency to all consumers and also offered them initial andsimple basic steps in improving their way of using energy through small changes in behavior and choices. These messages have been deliveredthrough sports events, workshops, web and print, as well through online communities and social networks.The campaign’s messages will be strengthened in the future and thus will offer advancement opportunities to homeowners and motivatingchange in the private and public sectors.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D with AMUESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 50,00021
  22. 22. IV. NATIONWIDE ENERGY PROGRAMS 1. NATION WIDE ENERGY STUDIES To provide support to the four FSM states by initiating, funding and conducting nation-wide energy studies that can lead to energy enhanced projectsThe four FSM States have common energy needs and face the same challenges. After evaluating the energy action plan, it was clear that thereare commonalities amongst the states. Rather than focusing on performing a certain study for just one state, the studies can be conducted in allof the states under one contract, otherwise the smaller states will be left behind.Studies that could be done on a nation-wide scale are but not limited to:  Wind studies (inclusive of wind mapping)  Waste characterization study and Waste-to-Energy feasibility study  Wave and Ocean Energy Technology  Bio fuel including Bio diesel using coconut oil feasibility studyAGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D in cooperation with AMUESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 250,00022
  23. 23. 2. NATIONWIDE ENERGY CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMS Start a capacity building program that will serve the four FSM StatesOver the years many energy initiatives are being realized in the four FSM states. ‘Capacity building’ was in most cases part of the programs andbuilt on a project base structure. The four FSM states have set forth ‘capacity building’ as a priority and the National Government has seen theimportance of a more structured and regulated program that would build on the existing programs, ultimately increase the participantsknowledge with international recognition. The areas of training workshops to be held are:Module 1:  PV Grid connected systems  PV off grid systemsModule 2:  Energy Efficiency  Energy AuditingModule 3:  General Renewable Energy, e.g. hydro, wave, tide, etc.  Biomass  Wind data analyzing and other wind related studies  Workshops related coconut oil and Bio-fuels  Workshops on BiogasModule 4:  DSM and Utility SSM trainingThe trainings/workshops will be conducted at least one module to be done a year. The College of Micronesia will host the training sessions andwill be the recipient of the developed curriculum. This activity will support the establishment of the Centre of National Resources and Energywithin the COM.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D in cooperation with AMU and COMESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 500,00023
  24. 24. 3. DEVELOPMENT OF A CENTRALIZED – NATIONWIDE – ENERGY DATABASE As part of the Nationwide Energy Sector a centralized energy database will be developed and managed by the Department of Resources and Development - Energy DivisionAs of 2011, the four FSM States have their own electricity sector organized with a state utility as the electricity provider. A nationwide operatingpetroleum corporation (FSM PC) was being established in 2008 as the sole petroleum based fuel provider. Furthermore, there are some privatecompanies who are currently selling propane gas and PV solar systems. In order to monitor the development of the energy sector, and toimprove joint efforts that will bring FSM closer to achieving its goals set in this policy, it is crucial to set up and maintain this a centralizedenergy database, which will help in monitoring the current situation and its evolution over time. The database will correlate with the sub-regional and regional energy database and serve as a source of information for the energy sector.AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS ACTION:Department of R&D – Energy Division in cooperation with AMU and relevant state agenciesESTIMATED BUDGET:$ 50,00024
  25. 25. TABLE OF THE NATIONAL ENERGY ACTION PLANS25
  26. 26. NATIONAL PRIORITY LIST AND ACTION PLANS REFERENCE ACTIVITIES/PROGRAMS TIME FRAME PRIORITYI. ENERGY TO CONSERVE ENERGY IN THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FACILITIESEFFICIENT APPLIANCES  Public bodies are required to purchase only energy efficient lighting from mid 2010 forward.1. (lighting)  By installing or replacing lighting in national government buildings only energy star rated lights and fixtures will be used. 2010 – 2012  All the street and security lights in National Government facilities will have to be energy efficient HIGH2. (air conditioners)  All air conditioning systems will be required to be regularly inspected by trained experts to ensure that 2010 – 2011 they operate to maximum energy efficiency.3. (energy star)  The national government will strongly support and adopt the Energy Star initiative in FSM to promote energy efficiency in office equipment 2010-20154. (procurement)  National Government agencies are required to procure energy-efficient products. R&D will produce 2010-2013 purchasing specifications to help Federal buyers comply with these procurement requirements. REGULATE THE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION SECTOR WITH ENERGY CONSERVATIONII. ENERGY AND EFFICIENCYCONSERVATION INCL.RENEWABLE ENERGY 2011 – 2015 MEDIUMSOURCES  The Government will encourage developers to adopt building energy standards well above those prescribed by law in the building regulations5. (energy rating) 2010  Developers of new government buildings will have to carry out a feasibility assessment of using6. (assessment at design renewable energy systems for the building 2012 stage)  The Government will encourage developers to adopt building energy standards well above those7. (building energy prescribed by law in the building regulations standards)26
  27. 27. III. AWARENESS AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATIONCAMPAIGN  Set-up an information desk and website that supports the networking and exchange of best energy efficiency practices by the energy users through the Association of Micronesian Utilities (AMU) 20108. ( Information and  Develop an Energy Management Action Plan framework  Assist the private sector with limited resources to improve their energy management through the advice) HIGH Energy MAP initiative 2010-20129. (awareness campaign)  The target of this campaign will be the National Government employees, through the “Safe and Gain Campaign” initiative, a new element of the National Energy Efficiency Campaign, to promote an understanding of the need for efficient energy use in the workplace10. (nation-wide campaign)  This will address the need for efficient energy use in the home through the National Energy Efficiency 2011-2013 Awareness Campaign - Power for All.IV. NATIONWIDE CONDUCT NATION WIDE ENERGY STUDIESENERGY PROGRAMS  Support the four FSM states in initiate, fund and conduct nation-wide energy studies that can lead to feasible energy projects 2011-201311. (nation-wide studies) MEDIUM TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY  Start a capacity building program that will serve the four FSM 2010-201212. (nation-wide trainings) DEVELOPMENT OF A CENTRALIZED ENERGY DATABASE  As part of the Nationwide Energy Sector the development of a centralized energy database will be 2010-2012 developed and managed by the Department of Resources and Development - Energy Division13. (nation-wide energy database)27
  28. 28. Governance/ Budget inPriority Objectives Targets Activities, programs, strategies Responsibilities USD Time frame I. ENERGY EFFICIENT 1. LIGHTING 2010 - 2012 APPLIANCES Department of TC&I in Reduction of energy  Public bodies are required to purchase only coordination with $ 50,000 consumption of energy efficient lighting from mid 2010 Department of R&D 20% by 2012 forward. (energy division) TO CONSERVE  By installing or replacing lighting in national government buildings only energy ENERGY IN THE star rated lights and fixtures will be used. $30,000 NATIONAL Department of TC&I in coordination with GOVERNMENT  All the street and security lights in National Department of R&D FACILITIES Government facilities will have to be energy (energy division) efficient 2. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS  All air conditioning systems will be required to be regularly inspected by HIGH trained experts to ensure that they operate to maximum energy efficiency. Department of TC&I and $30,000 2010 – 2011 3. ENERGY STAR the department of R&D  The national government will strongly support and adopt the Energy Star initiative in FSM to promote energy efficiency for Department of R&D – $10,000 2010-2015 office equipment trade division with 4. PROCURING ENERGY - support of the energy EFFICIENT PRODUCTS division $50,000 2010-2013  Federal agencies are required to procure energy-efficient products. R&D will Department of R&D with produce purchasing specifications to help support of the Federal buyers comply with these Department of TC&I and procurement requirements. Justice TOTAL BUDGET NEEDED : $ 170,000 28
  29. 29. II. ENERGY 5. BUILDING ENERGY RATING Department of TC&I $30,000 2011 – 2015 CONSERVATION INCL. with support of the RENEWABLE ENERGY Increase the energy  The Government will encourage developers Department of R&D SOURCES efficiency of all to adopt building energy standards well public facilities to above those prescribed by law in the building regulations achieve a 15% saving in the energy 6. ASSESSMENT OF Department of TC&I $10,000 2010 REGULATE THE consumption of the RENEWABLE ENERGY with support of the BUILDING AND national government ALTERNATIVES AT DESIGN Department of R&D CONSTRUCTION by 2015 STAGEMEDIUM SECTOR WITH ENERGY  Developers of new government buildings will have to carry out a feasibility CONSERVATION assessment of using renewable energy AND systems for the building EFFICIENCY 7. BUILDING ENERGY STANDARDS Department of TC&I $30,000 2012 with support of the  The Government will encourage developers Department of R&D to adopt building energy standards well above those prescribed by law in the building regulations TOTAL BUDGET NEEDED: $70,000 29
  30. 30. III. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN Increase the public 8. INFORMATION AND ADVICE $ 100,000 2010 awareness on energy TO PRIVATE SECTOR AND Department of R&D with related issues what THE PUBLIC support from SPC and will lead to a smooth the four State Utilities  Set-up an information desk and website that introduction of supports the networking and exchange of AWARENESS energy saving best energy efficiency practice by the CAMPAIGNS appliances energy users through the Association of Micronesian Utilities (AMU) FOR ENERGY  Develop an Energy Management Action Assist the utilities in EFFICIENCY Plan framework the demand side  Assist the private sector with limited AND management resources to improve their energy CONSERVATION management through the Energy MAP programs initiative 9. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN – SAFE POWER GAIN MOREHIGH  The target of this campaign will be the Department of R&D with $50,000 2010-2012 National Government employees, through the PIO the “Safe and Gain Campaign” initiative, a new element of the National Energy Efficiency Campaign, to promote an understanding of the need for efficient energy use in the workplace 10. NATIONAL EE AWARENES S CAMPAIGN – POWER FOR ALL Department of R&D with AMU $50,000 2011-2013  This will address the need for efficient energy use in the home through the National Energy Efficiency Awareness Campaign - Power for All. TOTAL BUDGET NEEDED: $200,000 30
  31. 31. IV. NATIONWIDE ENERGY PROGRAMS There is a great need 11. NATION WIDE ENERGY $ 250,000 2010-2013 for the four FSM STUDIES Department of R&D in states to become less cooperation with AMU dependent on  Support the four FSM states in initiating, funding and conducting nation-wide energy imported fuels. The studies that can lead to feasible energy CONDUCT studies are needed to projects NATION WIDE find an optimal For example: energy mix that is  Wind Assessment studies (incl. wind ENERGY mapping) STUDIES reliable and will  Waste characterization study and reduce the usage of Waste-to-Energy feasibility study fossil fuels  Wave and Ocean Technology  Bio fuel and Bio diesel using coconut oil feasibility study Training and 12. NATION WIDE ENERGY capacity building CAPACITY BUILDING Department of R&D in programs will beHIGH PROGRAMS cooperation with AMU $500,000 2010-2012 TRAINING AND more regulated and and COM structured  Start a capacity building program that will CAPACITY serve the four FSM BUILDING The College of PROGRAMMES Micronesia will have IN RENEWABLE a curriculum ENERGY AND developed that ENERGY enables them to train EFFICIENCY the trainers 13. NATION WIDE ENERGY DATABASE DEVELOPMENT A database will be OF A ENERGY online that assist DATABASE  As part of the Nationwide Energy Sector the with monitoring the development of a centralized energy $50,000 2010-2013 development in the database will be developed and managed by the Department of Resources and energy sector Development - Energy Division TOTAL BUDGET $800,000 NEEDED: Total Budget needed for FSM National Government Energy Actions: $ 1,190,000 31
  32. 32. ENERGY EFFICIENCY PLAN OF ACTION (AS INDENTIFIED AFTER THE 2009 ENERGY AUDIT –EDF 9 REP-5)32
  33. 33. Total savings possible: 20% from current electricity bill of the national government buildings (Palikir). This equals to a yearly saving of $60,00033
  34. 34. STATE ACTION PLANSThe state action plans has four parts: 1. Yap State Energy Action Plans 2. Chuuk State Energy Action Plans 3. Pohnpei State Energy Action Plans 4. Kosrae State Energy Action Plans YAP STATE ACTION PLANS34
  35. 35. PLAN OF ACTION STATE OF YAPYap State Priority List Reference Activities/Programs Time frame Priority 1.1 1.5MW (continuous rating i.e. equivalent 1.8MW prime) high speed generator to be purchased 2010 1 2.1 Purchase 4 fuel meters for power plant 2010 1 2.2 Recalculate distribution lines/ transformer losses and recalibration: OPTIMA unit & distribution meters 2010 and every 1 year 2.4 Energy audits jointly conducted by YSPSC staff, Government’s buildings’ staff 2010 1 2.4 Installation of prepayment meter for each building 2010 1 3.1 7 new outer islands to be electrified with 100% renewable energy 2010 - 2011 - 1 2012 3.2 Yap Hospital 80kWp Solar priority number 1 1 3.3 Establish dual electrification systems for PV solar and conventional energy in the outer-islands already 2010 - 2011 -2012 1 electrified 3.4 Wind energy measurements and wind study 2010- 2011 1 1.1 1.5MW (continuous rating i.e. equivalent 1.8MW prime) high speed generator to be installed 2011 2 1.2 Replacement and upgrade of the High Voltage bus (4.16kV) inside the plant 2010 -2011 2 1.2 Modern HV cubicles with adequate protective equipment are estimated to 516,000 USD 2010 - 2011 2 2.1 Purchase & install electric meters and accurate I.T.s at power plant after HV bus renewal 2011 2 2.3 LED street lighting pilot project 2010 and latter 2 2.6 Minimize Water and Waste Water systems electric consumption 2010 and latter 2 3.1 7 other new outer islands to be electrified with 100% renewable energy 2012 - 2013 - 2 2014 3.2 Yap PV solar grid tied-systems to be installed on government and admin buildings up to 240 kWp 2010 - 2015 2 3.5 Secure land through warranty deeds for 4 sites 2011 2 2.1 Start computerized supervision with computerized monitoring 2012 3 3.6 Secure funding for the wind farm (1MW to 1.2MW) 2012 3 3.7 Select equipment and build the wind farm with interconnection to the grid 2013 - 2015 4 3.8 Add the necessary short time energy storage to keep the grid stable 535
  36. 36. OBJECTIVE 1: CONVENTIONAL ENERGY PROJECTS:  Reduce fuel consumption at Yap power plant  Save significantly on maintenance cost  Improve reliability and continuity of service at generation site  Accommodate power supply for possible major fisheries activities  Reduce electric power plant losses Organization(s) Responsible TimeActivity Performance Budget Potential Frame ActivityPriority indicators (USD) Source for Participating Lead Agency Initiation / Supporting 1.1/ This project will save 4% of diesel 1.5MW (continuous rating i.e. equivalent 1.8MW prime) YSPSC Yap State consumption. 1,000,000 CFSM 2010 high speed generator to be purchased and installed by 2011 manages the Government Generator will run project, and OPB to at night time and USDA 2011HIGH Funding solicited by OPB from CFSM, USDA and other during weekends. external sources (1,000,000 USD) purchase secure Maintenance costs Other after bidding, funding for the Deutz units donors Reliability and continuity of service of the generation install and will be reduced by system will improve (3rd back up) commission 50% by alternating Surplus of generation capacity for eventual fisheries use with the new generator. activities is accommodated. 1.2/ Replacement and upgrade of the High Voltage bus (4.16kV) YSPSC ADB loan with Reduction of 516,000 ADB with 2010 inside the plant is required since 5 years by the FSM technical YSPSC electric power plant YSPSCMEDIUM Infrastructure Plan. assistance support losses. 2011 Modern HV cubicles with adequate protective equipment are estimated to 516,000 USD 36
  37. 37. 1.3/ Together with 1.2, removal of 4 old and inoperative gen- YSPSC AMU The 4 generators 150,000 YSPSC 2010 sets as well as old HV bus is required. assistance are inactive and 2011 beyond repair. The MEDIUM space generated by removing these Provisions should be included for heavy equipment handling generators can be and recycling. used for other purposes In the opposite, this may generate some revenue, if sold for metal recycling abroad.37
  38. 38. OBJECTIVE 2 A: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: SUPPLY SIDE MANAGEMENT (SSM)  Improve fuel consumption monitoring  Improve electric metering  Maintain or reduce level of losses on the distribution grid Organization(s) Responsible Time Pote Frame ntial forActivity Performance Activity Budget InitiatiPriority indicators Sour Participating Lead Agency ce on / Supporting 2.1/ YSPSC (after Start computerized 10,000 YSP 2010 budget supervision with SC Purchase four fuel meters for power plant 2011 MEDIUM approval of computerized HV bus monitoring. This leads Purchase & install electric meters and accurate I.T.s 10,000 2012 renewal for to better efficiency of at power plant after HV bus renewal (Each source & electric the plant 10,000 feeder) metering) 2.2/ YSPSC PPA Reduction of losses Part of the 2010 and monitoring of PPA project HIGH Recalculate distribution lines/ transformers losses performance of plant N/A and and recalibration OPTIMA unit & distribution meters every – normal campaign year 2.3/ Street lights consume a lot of energy LED street lighting pilot project MEDIUM (115Wh/light), by replacing them with YSPSC with US 15,000 USD 2010 LED light would A and grant provide energy later savings to the utility 38
  39. 39. OBJECTIVE 2 B: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT (DSM)  Energy conservation program  Continuous advice to users  Appliances improvement program Organization(s) Responsible TimeActivity Performance Potential Frame for Activity Budget InitiationPriority Participating / indicators Source Lead Agency Supporting 2.4/ Yap State / with technical, EDF-9 OPB operational Energy audits jointly conducted by YSPSC staff, and EDF-10 2010 Government’s buildings’ staff including all the commercial agencies to determine the right monthly amount of 25,000 ADB collaboration HIGH kWh that should be used in each building with the of YSPSC required comfort. These audits should give short term and long term recommendations for each building. Installation of prepayment meter for each building and prepayment sub-meters if necessary for services within the next 8 months 2.5/ More people will be aware Newsletter and policy directives to instill energy YSPSC advised by EU of the need to 3,000 2010 conversation measures and best energy efficient EDF10 Energy MEDIUM conserve appliances available on the local market (or efficiency energy and to necessary to introduce in Yap) / twice every year as program purchase minimum energy star labeled appliances 39
  40. 40. 2.6/ YSPSC ADB, EIB or Look into the 75,000 EDF10 possibility of Waste characterizing study and a feasibility study producing for waste to energy production energy out ofHIGH waste incl. waste water. If feasible that we move to 2.7 2.7/ with the an energy necessary efficient or Minimize Water and Waste Water systems electric YSPSC expertise of even a zero IDP 2010 for consumption. Although not especially part of this external energy already planning & plan: consultants consumption allocated design – and with by producing 1,000,000 until 2020 Water Network renewal planning should be for works funding its ownMEDIUM accurate to replace N mileage of old water pipes support of Yap electricity (cast iron, etc) every year until less than 10% water State with waste leaks is observed Water Treatment Plant renewal and modernization with Funding already allocated will increase energy efficient measures and pumping equipment. Waste Water Lift Stations with Funding allocated shall be more energy efficient. 40
  41. 41. OBJECTIVE 3 A: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – SOLAR SECTION / OUTER ISLAND ELECTRIFICATION 100% of the Outer-islands population of Yap State to be electrified by 2015 with 100% renewable energy systems Which is 14 islands with approximate total population of 2,600 islanders Organization(s) Responsible Pote Time FrameActivity Performance ntial for Initiation Activity BudgetPriority Participating indicators Sour Lead Agency ce / Supporting 3.1/ Poverty aviation and Electrifying 4 of the non-electrified outer-islands Yap State improvement EDF- 2010-2012 taking into account the order as follows: Fais YSPSC in health and 10 (648,000), Ifalik (807,000), Lamotrek (485,000), 7 islands education. Satawal (777,000), Faraulap (305,000), Euaripik May Better 4,400,000 (155,000), Elato (131,000), Ngulu (31,000), Woleai with EU be Operation & communicatio (661,000 except Falalop) Priorities are by order of assistance with Maintenance n between the and all the population. Remoteness and logistics are also EDF10 and co- main island others HIGH YSPSC others finan factors for consideration. and the outer The first island to be electrified is Fais as it is the cing by 2015 islands will closest for logistics reasons. from lead to a Mini-grid for Fais with land easements EIB better and Fais, being a high island (increase of population on or more efficient the long term) has 2 potentials: solar electrification Ener use of sea and wind energy gy transportation Facili leading to fuel ty savings. 41
  42. 42. OBJECTIVE 3 B: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – SOLAR SECTION / MAIN ISLANDS & YAP PROPER 10% RE by 2015 (in preparation of 50%) for Yap Main island: Replace 10% of present diesel electricity consumption by electricity produced by renewable energy sources Such as wind energy (1.1 MW) photovoltaic solar energy (400kWp) by 2015 Organization(s) Responsible Time Performance Potential Frame forActivity Activity Budget InitiationPriority indicators Source Participating / Lead Agency Supporting 3.2/ AMU and The PV 2,600,000 with EU, 2010 -2015 installation Japan & US Yap PV solar grid tied-systems to be installed on Yap State EU N-REP PMU MEDIUM / HIGH will cut the assistance government and administration buildings up to 240 kWp: YSPSC peak load and and others - Yap Hospital 80kWp will reduce - Department of Education the fuel - Government Administration Building - Legislature Building consumption - Public Works and thus lead - YSPSC to savings 160kWp could be reserved for net-metering arrangements with residential and commercial customers 3.3/ Establish dual electrification systems for PV solar and A stable and 240,000 conventional energy in the outer-islands already electrified: affordable Yap State with EU 575,000 2010 –2012 HIGH energy supply - Ulithi-Mogmog hybrid solar-diesel YSPSC assistance in the 500,000 - Ulithi-Falalop dual solar-diesel EDF10 mentioned - Woleai-Falalop dual solar-diesel Making the operations more sustainable by using PV islands. Currently these operations are too fragile to supply power with extremely high and volatile price of diesel fuel 42
  43. 43. OBJECTIVE 3 C: ALTERNATIVE/ RENEWABLE ENERGY – WIND SECTION 10% RE by 2015 (in preparation of 50%) for Yap Main island: Replace 10% of present diesel electricity consumption by electricity produced by renewable energy sources Such as wind energy (1.1 MW) photovoltaic solar energy (400kWp) by 2015 Organization(s) Responsible TimeActivity Performance Potential Activity Participating / Budget Frame forPriority Lead Agency indicators Source Supporting Initiation WIND SECTION YSPSC Gather EDF10 with enough data France 3.4/ N-REP PMU to start a assistance - Continuing Yap wind energy measurements in Gagil and AMU more in- (French and Merry Tower (5.4m/s -12mph) and (6.2m/s - 12,000HIGH depth study Pacific 14mph) average wind speed from July2009 to and a wind Fund) 2010 January2010 on each site respectively. pilot project - When the one year data is compiled in July 2010, start 2010-2011 wind study and assessment. - Start wind measurement on Fais. 3.5/ Land secured 2011MEDIUM After selecting the best suitable locations, secure land for the use of depending through warranty deeds for 4 sites with compensation Yap State a wind farm 120,000 of wind of $30,000 USD per site assessment 3.6/ Yap State 4,400,000 EIB or ADB 2012LOW Secure funding for the wind farm (1MW to 1.2MW) 3.7/ Prepare 2013-2015 Select equipment and build the wind farm with technical Minimum interconnection to the grid. with private specs, bid out three wind Add the necessary short time energy storage to keep companies & and install - turbines LOW the grid stable. YSPSC contractors 10 % installed by after bidding replacement 2015 process of fossil fuel by RE 43
  44. 44. 10 YEAR ENERGY ACTION PLAN Estimated Cost Time Objectives Activities/Programs Responsibilities Possible Frame: Funding Project Yearly Source Cost MaintenanceA/ CONVENTIONAL ENERGY PROJECTS:REDUCE FUEL Yap Sate and OPB to 2011 1,000,000 40,000CONSUMPTION 1.1) 1.5MW (continuous rating i.e. equivalent secure fundingAT POWER 1.8MW prime) high speed generator to be purchasedPLANT and installed by 2011 Funding solicited by OPB from CFSM, USDA and otherSave significantly external sources.on maintenance Benefits: YSPSC manages thecost - This project will save 4% of diesel consumption. project, purchase after - Generator will run at night time and during bidding, install and weekends. commission - Maintenance costs for the Deutz units will beImprove reduced by 50% by alternating use with the newreliability and generator.continuity of - Reliability and continuity of service of theservice at generation system will improve (3rd back up).generation site - Surplus of generation capacity for eventual YSPSC technical fisheries activities is accommodated. assistanceAccommodate 1.2) Replacement and upgrade of the High Voltagepower supply for bus (4.16kV) inside the plant is required since 5 yearspossible major by the FSM Infrastructure Plan.fisheries activities YSPSC with AMU - Reduce electric power plant losses. assistance 1.3) At the same time, removal of 4 old and ADB loan inoperative gen-sets as well as old HV bus is required. with YSPSC 2010-2011 516,000 (incl. provisions for heavy equipment handling and supportReduce electricpower plant recyclinglossesTOTAL COST/INVESTMENT CONVENTIONAL ENERGY: $1,666,00044
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