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Renewable Energy for Project Planners and Managers:enerMENA Professional Training Course for CSP

Renewable Energy for Project Planners and Managers:enerMENA Professional Training Course for CSP
19-23 August,2013
Cairo, Egypt.

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    RCREEE-enerMENA_Jordan RE programs RCREEE-enerMENA_Jordan RE programs Presentation Transcript

    • Jordan’s Renewable Energy Program Professional CSP Project Planning and Management eM Project RCREEE 19 – 22 August, 2013 Amman, Jordan ________________________________ E.Ziad Hammoudeh Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources - Jordan
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Area of Jordan 90,000 km2  Population 6.388 Million  GDP Per Capita 3432 JD (4833.8 US$)  Per Capita Primary Energy Consumption 1247 kgoe  Cost of Consumed Energy related to GDP 21.1 %  Population supplied with electricity 99.9 % General Indicators about Jordan– 2012 Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Vision: Achieving a secure sustainable supply of energy. Mission: Ensuring the required energy supply for sustainable development with the least cost and best quality through enhancement and implementation of proper polices, legislation and plans. Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources/ Jordan Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Almost no indigenous energy resources .  High dependency on imported energy (97% import in 2012).  High cost (The energy imports accounted for 21.1 % of GDP in 2012).  High growth of primary energy demand. Main Challenges of Energy Sector in Jordan Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Energy Demand Jordan witnesses high growth of energy demand Growth of Primary Energy Demand The additional generated capacity needed up to 2020 is 4000 MW, an average of 300 MW per year. Electricity Generated Capacity to Meet Future Demand. The expected demand for primary energy amounts is 15 million tons of oil equivalent in 2020 compared to 7.5 million tons of oil equivalent in 2008. Period Electricity Demand Growth (%) Primary Energy Demand Growth (%) (2008-2020) 7.4 5.5 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Year Capacity(MW) Additional units+ Current units+ Interconnection Current Units Max. Peak ( Med. Sen.) Max. Peak ( Med. Sen.)+10% Med. Demand 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000 16000 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Year 1000TOE 5.5%
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  MAIN GOALS : – Diversifying the energy resources. – Increasing the share of local resources in the energy mix. – Reducing the dependency on imported oil. – Enhancing environment protection.  This will be achieved through : – Expanding the development of renewable energy projects. – Maximizing the utilization of domestic resources. – Promoting energy conservation and awareness. – Generating electricity from nuclear energy. Energy Strategy ( 2008-2020)
    • The Energy Mix in Jordan (2008 – 2020) 2008 2020 Domestic Resources 39%, Imported 61% Domestic Resources 4%, Imported 96% Domestic Resources 25%, Imported 75% Oil Products 61% Renewable 2%Imported Electricity 1% N. Gas 36% Imported Electricity 2% Imported Electricity 1% Renewable 10% Renewable7% Oil Products 40%Oil Products 51% N. Gas 29% N. Gas 29% Nuclear 6% Oil Shale 11% Oil Shale 14% 2015 Jordan’s Energy Strategy for 2020.
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Promoting the Renewable Energy Source to share 7% in the primary energy mix in 2015 and 10% in 2020 :-  600 - 1000 MW Wind Energy.  300 - 600 MW Solar Energy.  30 - 50 MW Waste to Energy. Renewable Energy Targets:
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Solar Power • High solar radiation figures of 5 – 7 kWh/m2 per day with about 300 sunny days per year.
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Main Goals • Provide a legal mandate for the government and a regulatory framework for RE and EE development. • Encourage private-sector investment in RE. • Diversify energy sources in Jordan. • Reduce greenhouse gases. • Develop in-country expertise related to RE and EE • Establish a “Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fund” Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Law
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Investment Opportunities - Floated and Planned Renewable Energy Tenders Tender Status Fujeij wind project 90MW BOO Basis Maan wind project 65-75 MW EPC Basis Azraq PV Solar Project Spanish Debt Swap Grant (above 2MW EPC basis) Quweirah PV Solar project (65-75) MW EPC basis First ranked bidder announced, Under final Award, operational by 2014. On 5 June 2013, the shortlist including 12 prequalified companies has been announced. (7) Proposals received by the deadline on February 18th 2013. Under Prequalification, 62 Applications received by the Deadline on 11 April 2013.
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Potential CSP Project  100 MW CSP Power Station in Jordan: To construct a 100MW Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) plant in the south of Jordan. The applicable technology is open at this point of time, and it is expected to be determined by the competitive tendering process on BOO basis. Soft financing is expected through the so-called Clean Technology Fund (CTF).
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Additional RE Tenders Direct Proposal Submissions  As per the Renewable Energy Law on Direct Proposals, MEMR received (64) EOIs, (34) of them have been shortlisted in April 2012 , and (30) MOUs were signed with total capacity of about 850 MW.  Expected Submission Date of Direct Proposals: - Photovoltaic (PV) Projects; received on 31 March 2013 - Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Projects; mid 2014 - Wind Energy Projects; 1st quarter of 2014.  Next round for EOI submissions already announced on 6 August 2013.
    • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources