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February 4, 2009

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    Session2_Zohra ettaik, ministry of energy, mines, water and environment, morocco Session2_Zohra ettaik, ministry of energy, mines, water and environment, morocco Presentation Transcript

    • ROYAUME DU MAROC Round tableRCREEE, Cairo Feb 4th, 2009 Ms Zohra ETTAIK,Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment Morocco
    • Table of contentStrategic foundations of the energy policy Security of supply Energy at lowest costs Energy accessPRESENT STRUCTURE OF ELECTRICITY SECTORElectricity sector organizationSector organizationReforms and measures of accompanimentSTRATEGIC STEPS
    • National ContextNational Potential: ProspectWind : The more competingpotentialWind velocity more than 9m/s at 40meters in many areFeasible Potential 20204,000 MW to 10,000 MW6 to 15 Billions Euro Investis.9 to 20Millions T/ year CO2 avoided2.6 to 5 Millions TOE/ year saved8,500 to 25,000 new jobs Feasible Global Potential: 2500 to 6000 MW (9 to 11 m/s) Feasible Global Potential: 1500 3 to 4000 MW (7.5 to 9.5 m/s)
    • National ContextNational Potential: ProspectSolar: ExpectationsFeasible Potential 2020 PVS 1,080 MWp SWH 1,700,000 m² CSP 400 MW 6.6 Billions Euro Investment 3 Millions T/year CO2 avoided 925 Thousand Tep/an saved12,920 New Jobs 4
    • Strategic foundations of the energy policy1. Security of supply • diversification of the forms and sources of supplying, • development of the local energy resources, • reinforcement of facilities and infrastructures, • consolidation of integrated regional market.2. Energy at lowest costs3. Energy access (development of the rural electrification and use of LPG, Houses of Energy..)
    • PRESENT STRUCTURE OF ELECTRICITY SECTOR• Currently, the electricity sector in Morocco is composed by public and private operators : – the Office National de lElectricité (ONE), entrusted with the development of energy generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in part of Moroccan territory (50% of costumers); – Private producers having Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with ONE; – Local public distribution utilities ; – Private distribution companies in Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier and Tetouan.• The activity of all these operators is regulated by different ministerial departments : Ministry of Energy and Mines, Ministry of interior, Ministry of finances, Ministry of economic affairs.
    • Grid extension 7
    • % of Electricity demand /yr 8
    • Rural electrification evolution 96%
    • Electricity sector organization Duties Autorities• Licensing and control of facilities Ministry of Energy and Mines• Electricity sector policy development• Electricity system planning Office National de lElectricité (Public Utility) ONE• Power production project development - Office National de lElectricité (Public Utility) ONE - IPP Project developers• Transmission network project Office National de lElectricité development and managment (Public Utility) ONE• Distribution network project development - Office National de lElectricité and management (Public Utility) ONE - Private Distributors (REDAL &LYDEC) - Local Public Utilities• Rural electrification Office National de lElectricité (Public Utility) ONE
    • Sector organization Power Purshase ONE Agreements Thermal & Hydropower Interconnections Self-Producers IME & IMA ONE Single Buyer National Dispatching Local public Local publicdistribution utilities distribution utilities &&Private distribution ONE ONE Private distribution companies companies Distribution Distribution VHV/HV MV LV Rural households
    • Le système électrique national Production Production Auto- Interconnexions ONE Concessionnelle Producteurs usines hydrauliques JLEC, CED et EET Espagne et Algérie Industriels centrales thermiques parcs éoliens ONE Acheteur unique7 régies de distribution 4 Stés délégataires Distribution ONE Transport ONE• Marrakech;• Fès; Agences ONE • LYDEC (Casablanca);• Meknès; • REDAL (Rabat);• Kénitra; • AMENDIS (Tétouan);• El Jadida; • AMENDIS (Tanger)• Safi;• Larache Clients MT et BT 91 Clients THT et HT
    • Reforms and measures of accompaniment Law on the Energy Efficiency and the Renewable energies Adoption in council of Government on May 17th, 2007Potentiel des Énergies Renouvelables Rabat, le 8/07/07
    • Provisions governing the institutions, legal and lawful Law relating to the Energy Efficiency and RenewableEnergies; Recasting of the missions of the CDER mechanisms of incentive to support the programs ofenergy efficiency and renewable energies autoproduction of electricity extended from 10 MW to50 MW with guaranty access to the grid,Progressive liberalization of the sector
    • Autoproduction of electricity extended from 10 MW to 50 MWL’ONE est chargé du service public, de la production du transport et de la distribution de lénergie électrique ; loi de 1963 modifiée et complété plusieurs foisLoi de création de l’ONE relative à l’augmente du seuil de l’autoproduction de 10 à 50MWDes personnes publiques ou privées peuvent, sur leur « demande, être autorisées à produire de l’énergie électrique, à condition que:cette production n’excède pas 50 MW ;qu’elle soit destinée à l’usage exclusif du producteur ;« qu’elle ne perturbe pas les plans d’alimentation en « énergie électrique de la zone concernée ;« que l’excédent de la production qui n’est pas utilisé par « le producteur pour ses besoins soit vendu « exclusivement à l’Office national de l’électricité.
    • • «Les modalités de raccordement au réseau électrique national « sont déterminées par une convention de raccordement• conclure, de gré à gré, à la demande des « intéressés, des conventions de concession de production de « l’énergie électrique à partir de ressources énergétiques nationales « fossiles ou renouvelables et notamment éoliennes, avec des « producteurs ou des groupements de producteurs constitués à « cette fin. Les projets de conventions sont approuvés par le « Conseil d’Administration de l’ONE préalablement à leur signature• La totalité de la capacité de production de « l’ensemble des ouvrages objet des conventions précitées ne doit « pas être supérieure à 1000 MW. Ce plafond est augmenté en cas « de besoin par l’administration sur proposition de l’Office national « de l’électricité, dans la limite de 2000 MW.
    • STRATEGIC STEPS• RE Law project (regulation,, access to the grid, energy production exportation … )• EE law project (Labeling, Energy Audits,• RE & EE Support Fund, leverage mechanism: 1 Billion $ US• Self Production Encouragement : new limit at 50 MW• Evolvement of CDER towards a National Agency for EE & RE Promotion• Prime Minister Circular : incitation of Institutions, Public Organizations and et Local Communities to integrate EE and RE in there Investment Programs
    • Tax incentiveThe fall of the VAT from 20 to 14% on theequipment using renewable energies, inparticular the solar-fired heaters. Thisfall of the tax will contribute to thepromotion of the national market ofsolar-fired heatersReductions on custom duties
    • Horizon 2012 / 2020Program National Development of EnR and Energy Efficiency of which priority fixed1)To raise the contribution of ER to 20% of the national electricity balnace and 10% of the energy balance by 2012 and2) To reach 15% of Eneregy consumption by Energy Efficiency by 2020,
    • Thank you