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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_lebanon presentation

  1. 1. Lebanese Energy Situation Focus on RE Technologies
  2. 2. Country Profile - Land Area: 10,452 km2 - Total Population: 4.1 Million - Refugee Population: - Palestinians: 480,000 - Syrians: >600,000 - Iraqis: 60-80,000 - Total GDP: USD 61.4 Billion - GDP per Capita: USD 15,522 (53rd worldwide) - No natural fossil fuel/mineral resources
  3. 3. Current Electricity Situation - 10.5 TWh Generation - Available Capacity: 1500 MW - Current Need/Consumption: 2100 MW - 95% oil products – Diesel/NG & Heavy Fuel Oil - 5% Hydropower - Tariff: 0.1 USD/kWh
  4. 4. Grid Condition • 99% Country Electrification • Grid needs updating and maintenance to sustain RE • Severe Shortages – Electricity alternates between areas • Shortages covered by neighborhood and private diesel generators
  5. 5. Future Energy Plan Resource Current capacity Future Capacity Fossil Fuel powerplants 1685 2400 Hydropower 190 435 Wind Power 0 60-100 Waste To Energy Marginal 25 This will be accompanied by several reforms: • Expand and increase capacity of Transmission and distribution grid • Reform laws to allow for private sector participation
  6. 6. Current Achievements
  7. 7. NEEAP 2011-2015 7 Lebanon’s NEEAP includes 14 independent but interrelated national initiatives. 1-EE Lighting 5-Public Street Lighting 13-ESCO’s 14-EE Standards and Labels 3-Decentralized PV/Wind 4-SWH 6-Wind 7-PV/CSP 8-Hydro 9-Geothermal 2-Energy Conservation Law 10-Building Code 11-Financing Mechanisms 12-Awareness and Capacity Building
  8. 8. •NEEREA is a national financing mechanism initiated by the Central Bank of Lebanon in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy and Water, the Ministry of Finance, UNDP, the European Union (EU), and the LCEC. •NEEREA allows private sector entities (individuals, SME’s, or corporate bodies) to apply for subsidized loans for any type of EE and/or RE projects. •NEEREA covers loans by any Lebanese commercial bank with 0.6% interest rate and a repayment period of up to 14 years, in addition to a grant amount released after the project is implemented. 8 NEEREA is the National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action
  9. 9. 9 NEEREA Circular No. 236 issued on 25 November 2010 International College, Beirut, Educational Loan amount: 22 Million USD LEED Gold (first LEED certified building in Lebanon) ACE Engineering Headquarter, Sin El Fil, Commercial Loan amount: 3.7 Million USD LEED GoldKhauli Building, Hamra, Residential Loan Amount: 2 Million USD EE and RE Yarze 1674, Yarze, Residential Loan amount: 2.3 Million USD BREEAM Very Good
  10. 10. 10 12,197 solar water heaters are installed in the residential sector of Lebanon in 2011. The estimated market value for solar water heaters in Lebanon reached 18,131,183 USD in 2011. 3,557 citizens benefitted from interest-free loans Global Solar Water Heating Initiative
  11. 11. 11 In 2012 – 350,000 sq.m reached Global Solar Water Heating Initiative 104,000 114,400 131,560 151,294 173,988 211,988 249,988 287,988 325,988 363,988 413,988 493,988 613,988 783,988 1,003,988 1,053,988 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Estimated Current and Future Solar Installations (in m2) (2005- 2014)
  12. 12. 12 Beirut River Solar Snake (10 MW – 5 Phases) 23 April 2013 •Call for EOI 7 May 2013 •Deadline for Submission of EOI’s 20 May 2013 •Shortlist of Bidders 6 Sep 2013 •Distribution of Request for Proposals (RFP) 4 Oct 2013 •Deadline for Submission of Proposals 30 Oct 2013 •Selection of the Winning Bidder- Signature of Contract 14 days 13 days 29 days 28 days A total of 187 days LCEC team LCEC, National and International Consultants
  13. 13. Potential of 2.5 GW Elimination of: - Land with >8% slope - 10% error in wind speed results - Forests - Residential Areas - Archeological Sites - Military Zones - Security Zones - Radar Sites - Airport zones - Land areas with religious importance 13 Lebanese Wind Atlas
  14. 14. 14 BioenergyAssessment
  15. 15. 15 Bioenergy Assessment
  16. 16. 16 CSP Potential
  17. 17. 17 Net Metering - Legalized in 2011 - Private Sector leading the way in investment - Mostly PV projects - >120 applications in 1 year
  18. 18. 18 Some RE Projects
  19. 19. 19 Data Logging Examples – SWH Hot Water Production, kWh 0.00 2000.00 4000.00 6000.00 8000.00 10000.00 12000.00 14000.00 16000.00 Energy from Solar System Theoretical 2010 2011
  20. 20. 20 Data Logging Examples – SWH Solar Fraction 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 January February March April May June July August September October Novermber December Solar Fraction Theoretical 2010 2011
  21. 21. 21 Data Logging Examples – PV
  22. 22. 22 Data Logging Examples – Irradiance
  23. 23. Thank You Presented by: Elie Abou Jaoudeh Lebanese Center For Energy Conservation Email: eaboujaoudeh@lcecp.org.lb

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