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RCREEE/MED-EMIP Joint Event on Occasion of the Second IRENA Prep Conference28 June, 2009, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt     Renew...
Contents           1.About JICA                          2
1.About JICA                What is JICA ?  • Japanese governmental institution  • Providing the following three aid tools...
1.About JICA                            JICA’s Strategy   JICA’s Strategy for Egypt emphasizes the Following “4 Resources”...
Contents        2. Present Activities      in RE and EE in Egypt                                5
2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt                                 RE and EE Projects  Japan has been involved in ...
2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt                                        On-going Projects                       ...
2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt                        Projects under FormulationRenewable EnergyGulf of El Zay...
Contents       3. Future Strategies     for RE and EE in Egypt                              9
3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt                              Channels                                          ...
3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt               Governmental RE/EE Projects Government’s important roles are expe...
3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in EgyptJapan’s Special initiative:            Cool Earth Partnership                   ...
3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt                      Private RE/EE Projects (PPP)   JICA also supports accelera...
3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt                         Private RE/EE Projects (PPP) (2)    Pattern 3: Investme...
For more information on our assistance pleasevisit our website.               www.jica.go.jp     Thanks for your Attention...
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  1. 1. RCREEE/MED-EMIP Joint Event on Occasion of the Second IRENA Prep Conference28 June, 2009, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency “Present and Future Strategy in Egypt” Nobuhiro Ikuro, Chief Representative in Egypt Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) 1
  2. 2. Contents 1.About JICA 2
  3. 3. 1.About JICA What is JICA ? • Japanese governmental institution • Providing the following three aid tools to support the self-help efforts of the developing countries to achieve sustainable growth and poverty reduction: »Technical Cooperation »ODA Loans »Grant Aid 3
  4. 4. 1.About JICA JICA’s Strategy JICA’s Strategy for Egypt emphasizes the Following “4 Resources” • Energy Resources • Food Resources • Environmental Resources • Growth ResourcesRenewable Energy (RE) andEnergy Efficiency (EE) 4
  5. 5. Contents 2. Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt 5
  6. 6. 2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt RE and EE Projects Japan has been involved in all the Egyptian governmental important new and renewableenergy development plans. (Zafarana (wind), Kuraymat (solar thermal), and Gulf of El Zayt(wind)) Cairo-Alexandria Total: 15 projects, JPY 113,154 mil (Around USD 1.1 bil) * Abou-Zaabal Transmission System (on- Highlighted project: RE and EE projects Substation (’88) 8,200m. going) (’03)5,011m. Shoubra El Kheima Damanhour Gas Thermal Power Turbine Station (’83)6,200m. (’81)4,862m. (‘84)1,600m. Power Generation Zafarana Wind Power Plant Barge (on-going) (’85)12,700m. (’03) 13,497m. Rural Electrification Kuraymat Integrated Solar In El Beheira Governorate Combined Cycle Power I I (’81)3,160m. (on-going) (’08) 9,440m. Assiout Substation (’84)7,940m. Kuraymat Integrated Solar Assout Thermal Combined Cycle Power I Power Substation (on-going) (’88)10,321m. (’06) 10,665m. Energy Control System Aswan II Hydroelectric Upgrading in Upper Egypt Power Station (on-going) (’82) 2,900m. (’08) 10,768m. Upper Egypt Regional Control Center (’84) 5,900m. 6
  7. 7. 2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt On-going Projects Renewable EnergyRenewable Energy (Wind) (Solar thermal)Zafarana Wind Power Plant Project Kuraymat Integrated Solar Combined Cycle(120 MW) Power Plant Project (140 MW) (phase I)Amount: 13,497 mil JPY (around 135mUSD) Amount: 10,665 mil JPY (around 107mUSD)The world’s first large ODA project that UN approved The world’s first solar thermal and gas combinedas CDM project. JICA (the former JBIC) supported cycle power plant.the documentations for NREA.Kuraymat Integrated Solar Combined Cycle Energy Controlling System UpgradingPower Plant Project (140 MW) (phase II) Project in Upper Egypt (*picture is image)Amount: 9,440 mil JPY (around 94mUSD) Amount: 10,768 mil JPY (around 108mUSD)Additional loan to treat with a price hike of Construction of middle and upper Egypt regionalmaterials. control center. Renewable Energy Energy Efficiency (Solar thermal) 7
  8. 8. 2.Present Activities in RE and EE in Egypt Projects under FormulationRenewable EnergyGulf of El Zayt Wind Power Plant Project (220 MW)Project Appraisal is expected in mid July 2009. Nile Valley Gulf of El ZaytNile Valley Wind Power Plant (200 MW)JICA is currently conducting a pre-feasibility Study.Biofuel Development PlanA study about opportunities of Biofuel Development in Egypt will start next monthEnergy EfficiencyEnergy Conservation Program for Egyptian Electricity SectorJapanese experts will be dispatched to Egypt from July 2009 to formulate energy conservationprojects rapidly. Under the program, JICA will cooperate in introducing advanced technologies,renewing outdated equipments and providing technical assistances to minimize losses.Energy Conservation Program for IndustryJICA is working on formulating a project to promote utilization of energy saving equipment by differentindustries. In addition, JICA will pursue the opportunity to support in the formulation of energy saving policyand regulation.Training ProgramsJICA offers several seminars regarding energy conservation polices and techniques every year to Egyptianofficials 8
  9. 9. Contents 3. Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt 9
  10. 10. 3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt Channels Governmental RE/EE Projects Private RE/EE Projects JICA policies are demand-driven. JICA will continuously work on tailoring its assistance to best suite the needs of developing countries 10
  11. 11. 3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt Governmental RE/EE Projects Government’s important roles are expected to continue in developing RE and EE. (ex. around 2900MW out of 7200 MW planned wind energy will be invested by the government.) JICA works on keeping its cooperation with public sector for promoting renewable energydevelopment. JICA integrated assistance combines soft loans with required technical assistance Egyptian Government <T/A examples> Policy formulations Technical Making laws and Financing Assistance regulations Making F/S Transfer of advanced technology operations Renewable Energy (RE) Energy Efficiency (EE) Solar power Loss Reduction, Smart Grid system Wind Power 11
  12. 12. 3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in EgyptJapan’s Special initiative: Cool Earth Partnership For Lower Middle Income Countries Option Interest Repayme Grace Procureme $ Rate (%) nt Period Period nt 10 billion General Standard 0.30 40 years 10 years Untied Terms Option 1 0.25 30 years 10 years Untied Option 2 0.20 20 years 6 years Untied Option 3 0.15 15 years 5 years Untied STEP 0.10 40 years 10 years Tied Cool Earth Partnership is the Japanese government’s international commitment announced in 2008. Target Area • Energy Conservation, Renewable Energy Development, Climate Change Mitigation and etc. Target Countries • Emerging countries positively seeking to strike a balance between “GHG emissions reduction” and Economic growth.” • Cool Earth Initiative is so far applied for several MENA countries including: Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Morocco, Yemen, Tunisia and Djibouti. There is a possibility to expand to other countries in the future 12
  13. 13. 3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt Private RE/EE Projects (PPP) JICA also supports accelerating private interventions in this sector. They are expected to play vitalroles in developing RE. (ex. around 4300 MW out of 7200 MW planned wind energy is expected tobe invested by the private sector.) The following scheme can be considered. Pattern 1: Pilot Investment Private Private Private JICA invests to new technologies as a pilot. JICA’s assistance triggers private investments. Pilot Phase Expansion Phase Pattern 2: Publicly Construct and Privately Operated Private JICA assists constructing an infrastructure and private investors operate it. Construction Phase Operation Phase 13
  14. 14. 3.Future Strategies for RE and EE in Egypt Private RE/EE Projects (PPP) (2) Pattern 3: Investment for related facilities Private JICA assists constructing an infrastructure related to PPP projects to enhance attractiveness of a PPP project and to reduce private investment risks . Transmission Line Wind farm Future schemes to be examined<Examples> Lending Lending 40%            60%   40%            60%   Lending Investment InvestmentLending Investment Private SPV   Private (Private) Gap Viability Financing Gap Viability Fund Infrastructure Fund for PPP 14
  15. 15. For more information on our assistance pleasevisit our website. www.jica.go.jp Thanks for your Attention 15

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