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Global South- South Development Expo 2013

A presentation from Solution forum 1 by UNEP

Solution Forum 1 will present innovative Southern projects that are contributing substantial and tangible benefi ts to the environment as well as to economic development, decent job creation and poverty eradication at the global, regional and national levels.The solutions highlighted have been selected from a diverse spectrum of environment-related areas, such as energy, chemicals, sustainable consumption and production, and integrated green economy policy assessment.

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  • 1. South-South Collaboration on Feed in Tariff in Cogeneration – Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Mauritius, Kenya and Uganda www.afrepren.org http://cogen.unep.org AFREPREN/FWD Energy, Environment and Development Network for Africa
  • 2. Attractive Prices (Feed-in-Tariffs, FiTs) for Cogenerated Electricity Key to Mauritius Success Power Generation Utility & Other IPPs (49%) Sugar Industry (51%)  Cogeneration or Combined Heat & Power (CHP) produces both heat and electricity from same fuel (in Mauritius, bagasse – biomass by-product of sugar production) thus reduces prices & increases competitiveness  Attractive prices (quasi Feed-in Tariffs, FiTs) for cogenerated electricity - sugar industry-based cogeneration accounts for >50% of total national electricity generation  Sales of electricity increased revenue stream to sugar sector (+carbon benefits)  Lessons learned used in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Malawi and wider African region
  • 3. South-South Cooperation – Mauritius to Kenya & Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Uganda Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda
  • 4. Local Scale-Up Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda Electricity Supply to Agroindustry James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda
  • 5. Local Scale-Up Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda Electricity Supply to estate Employees & Dependants Electricity Supply to Agroindustry James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda
  • 6. Local Scale-Up Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Electricity Supply to Surrounding Communities & National Grid Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda Electricity Supply to estate Employees & Dependants Electricity Supply to Agroindustry James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda
  • 7. Scale-Up to Other Renewable Energy Options Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Wind power Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda Geothermal James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda Small hydro
  • 8. Scale Up to Other Agro-Industries Mauritius Cogeneration Quasi FiTs Model Rice Industry, Uganda Cashew Nut Industry, Kenya Stimulated Cogeneration Feed in Tariffs in Kenyan and Uganda Palm Oil Industry, Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania Wood & Paper Industry, Kenya & Tanzania James Finlay Tea Cogeneration Plant, Kenya Kakira Sugar Cogeneration Plant, Uganda Sisal Industry Kenya & Tanzania
  • 9. Cogeneration Protects Current Jobs/Livelihoods and Creates New Jobs Processing of sugarcane, tea processing & wood into chips for boilers Cogen plant operation and maintenance Producing feedstock Mini-grid
  • 10. New Financing Flows from Large Tea/Flower Exporters (No 1 & 2 in Kenya) to Green Cogeneration Investment Green Cogeneration Investments
  • 11. Thank You For more information contact: Stephen Karekezi, Director Cogeneration for Africa Project AFREPREN/FWD P.O Box 30979 – 00100 GPO Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 -20-3866032 Email: afrepren@africaonline.co.ke Website: http://cogen.unep.org