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FSM ENERGY POLICY
VISION AND OBJECTIVESVision   Improve life of all FSM citizens with sustainable energy*    (Sustainable Energy: Affordabl...
STRATEGIC GOALSInstitutional   Improve coordination and program managementConventional Energy   Safe, reliable and affor...
INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK                                                     National Energy                               ...
ACTION PLAN SUMMARY                               (NATIONAL GOVERNMENT)    Energy Division (R&D) to act as a center for im...
ACTION PLAN SUMMARY (STATE GOVERNMENTS)     First priority on improvement of conventional energy facilities for stable   ...
ACTION PLAN SUMMARY - CONVENTIONAL ENERGY                                                   YAP                           ...
ACTION PLAN SUMMARY - RENEWABLE ENERGY                                                  YAP                              C...
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  1. 1. FSM ENERGY POLICY
  2. 2. VISION AND OBJECTIVESVision Improve life of all FSM citizens with sustainable energy* (Sustainable Energy: Affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound energy)Objectives Promote sustainable socio-economic development through providing sustainable energy services Become less dependent on imported energy through increased share of renewable energy, energy conservation and efficiency improvement
  3. 3. STRATEGIC GOALSInstitutional Improve coordination and program managementConventional Energy Safe, reliable and affordable supply of conventional energyRenewable Energy Increase share of renewable energy (More than 30% in 2020)Energy Efficiency and Conservation Conserve energy consumption and improve energy efficiency (50% efficiency improvement in 2020)
  4. 4. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK National Energy Workgroup National (Energy Division) AMU Government Yap State Chuuk State Pohnpei State Kosrae State YSPSC CPUC PUC KUAGovernment Government Government Government Yap Energy Chuuk Energy Pohnpei Energy Kosrae Energy Workgroup Workgroup Workgroup WorkgroupPrivate Sector NSAs Private Sector NSAs Private Sector NSAs Private Sector NSAs
  5. 5. ACTION PLAN SUMMARY (NATIONAL GOVERNMENT) Energy Division (R&D) to act as a center for implementation of Energy PolicyInstitutional Develop FSM energy information database for effective monitoring and evaluationConventional Energy Effectively coordinate with regional/sub-regional organizations for stable and affordable energy supplyRenewable Energy Effectively coordinate with donors and regional/sub-regional organizations to support technical/financial source of states’ investment plans Conduct nation wide study for renewable energy assessmentEnergy Efficiency and Conservation Implement government facility conservation plan Proceed regulation on building and construction Conduct awareness campaign on energy efficiency and conservation Conduct training and capacity building programme
  6. 6. ACTION PLAN SUMMARY (STATE GOVERNMENTS)  First priority on improvement of conventional energy facilities for stable supply  Maintenance and renewal of existing diesel generators  Upgrade existing distribution lines and equipment  On-going capacity building program  Development of energy standards and regulations  Development of mechanism for periodic tariff review  Promotion of renewable energies for  Stand-alone PV system for outer islands and other un-electrified area  Grid-connected PV system  Survey/study of other renewable systems ― Wind for Yap, Water for Pohnpei, Wave for Kosrae, Waste to energy  Efficiency improvement/conservation activities  Introduction of efficient equipment and systems  Capacity improvement training for energy efficiency  Awareness campaign for energy conservationEffective coordination for overseas assistance is essential for smooth implementation
  7. 7. ACTION PLAN SUMMARY - CONVENTIONAL ENERGY YAP CHUUK POHNPEI KOSRAE TOTALNo. of customers 1,917 1,800 6,399 1,900 12,016Base-load Demand (kW) 1,500 3,000 4,400 600 9,500Peak Demand (kW) 2,200 4,500 6,500 1,000 14,200Renewable Energy Target (30%, kW) 660 1,350 1,950 300 4,260Utility Company YSPSC CPUC PUC KUA -Conventional EnergyDiesel Power GeneratorsCurrent Generator Situation #5, 1977, 0, Non #1 #4, 1988, 600, Ope. #2 1980, - , Non (560)(UNIT#, INSTALL Yr., Capa. kW, status) #6, 1977, 500, Ope. #2 All stationary #5, 1988, - , Non. #3 - , - , Non #7, 1994, 3,259, Ope. ….. type engines #6, 1988, 600, Ope #4 1984, 560, Ope. #8, 1994, 3,259, Ope. #7 are broken #7, 1992, 1,750, Ope #6 1990, 1,500, Ope. Total 7,090 #8, 2007, 1,200, Ope. #8, 1992, 1,800, Non #7 1996, - , Non (1,650) #9, 2007, 1,000, Ope. #9, 1994, - , Non. #8 2007, 1,015, Ope. #10, 2007, - , Non #10, 1994, 1,800, Ope. Total - 3,075 Total 2,200 Total 6,550Action plan 1. Purchase 1.5MW new 1. Overhaul all generators 1. Replace inoperable back-up generator - #5 already done unit 2. Purchase 2MW new generator to replace old oneDistributionAction Plan 1. Replace HV bus (4.16kV) 1. Install three phase 1. Distribution loss reduction and modern HV Cubicles transformers - Replace poles, cross bars, 2. Recalculate & update 2. Repair broken distribution transformers, etc. distribution losses lines 2. Capacity-building Others 1. Purchase 4 fuel meters for 1. Improve management, 7. Cash-meter addition 1. Pre-Paid meters for 90% power plant operation and mainte. of CPUC 8. S/D future plan study customers 2. Conduct Energy Audit 2. Increase cash-power system 9. Bio-fuel, waste oil utilization 2. KW demand meters for 3. Installation of cash-power study large customers meters 3. Compact fluorescent lamps 4. Modernize HV cubicles for residential/commercial 5. LED spot light pilot proj. facilities 6. Short term energy storage for stability
  8. 8. ACTION PLAN SUMMARY - RENEWABLE ENERGY YAP CHUUK POHNPEI KOSRAE TOTALNo. of customers 1,917 1,800 6,399 1,800 11,916Base-load Demand (kW) 1,500 3,000 4,400 600 9,500Peak Demand (kW) 2,200 4,500 6,500 1,000 14,200Renewable Energy Target (30%, 660 1,350 1,950 300 4,260kW)SOLAR POWER MAIN ISLANDInstalled/On-going (kW) Gov. Buildings (70) President Office (20) State Building (11.7) 302.5 COM-FSM (160) Hospital (16.4) Airport (7.8) 52.5 KUA (4.9) Legislature (11.7)Next Candidate Site (kW) Yap Hospital (80kW) Gov. Bldgs (450kW) State Hospital & others to attain Other Gov. Bldgs (200kW)(Source: State Energy Action Plans) Other Gov. Bldgs (160kW) All public facilities 15% by 2013 (340kW) Walung Village (School/disp.) OUTER ISLANDSIslands installed since 2007* (kW) Asor (19.5) Satawan (6.6) Kapingamarangi (9.8) - Total 11(*Before 2007, solar systems were - Mini-grid - Hi school - School islandsbeing installed but no accurate (100% connected) Moch (6.7) - Disp. + municipaldata available about what % still Fadrai (28.1) - Mini-grid (Hi school + disp. Nukuoro (7.6)working.) + municipal - School Udot (3.4) - Dispensary - Hi school Sapwaifik (11.4) Onoun (10.5) - School + municipal - Hi school - Dispensary - Mini-grid (Hi school Mwaokillao (8.6) + Ele. School +disp. + - Dispensary municipal - School Pingelap (8.7) - School - DispensaryTotal Capacity: 47.6 27.2 46.1 - 120.9Islands to be installed Solar: Fais, Satawal, Ifalik, Hybrid in lagoon islands Rehabili. to existing SHS -(Source: State Energy Action Plans) Lamotrek, Falaulap, Euaripik, All public facilities on other Public Facilities of; Elato, Ngulu, Woleai, Falalop, outer islands - Parem Solar+Diesel: Ulithi-Mogmog - Pakin Ulithi-Falalap, Woleai-Falalap - MwandOTHER ALTERNATIVE ENERGY Wind Power Wind Power Hydro-Power, Bio-gas Sea Wave, Wind, Hydro Power
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