ELSEWEDY FOR WIND ENERGY GENERATION – SWEG           LOCAL MANUFACTURING:     EXPERIENCES FROM THE MENA REGION       28TH ...
EGYPT – LEADER IN THE REGION                                   Wind Market – Regional Egypt & MEA Demand    Egypt is the b...
GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT FOR RE & WIND              ENERGY PROJECTS• NREA Strategy:   – 3% by 2010 mainly Wind      Energy   ...
WIND ENERGY MARKET OVERVIEWGlobal OverviewY2008 Figures:1.Growth rate:            28%2.Turnover:            40 bn EUR3.Tot...
EGYPT’S WELL LOCATED                                      GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION                                   EU Agree...
GAINS IF ENCOURAGE INDUSTRYEconomic Growth                      Energy Independence                 Clean  Environment    ...
After Electricity                                     Before Electricity                                                  ...
WIND INDUSTRY’S CHALLENGES • Technology • Logistics and components availability • Specialized experiences & labor force • ...
www.elsewedy.com   9
Elsewedy for Wind Energy Generation          www.elsewedy.com            10
Turbine Factory(front)TOWER FACTORY - CONSTRUCTION                        Blades Factory (front)         www.elsewedy.com ...
M-TORRES OVERVIEWM-Torres Company Overview    One of the most Innovative    Engineering companies in    Spain    Started i...
WIND TOWER PRODUCTION IN                               EGYPTSIAG Group Overview•   The leading tubular steel tower    supp...
SWEG | Elsewedy For Wind Energy Generation S.A.E.13 El-Obour Buildings, Salah Salem Street,Nasr City, 11371 Cairo, EgyptPh...
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Session4 local manufacturing experiences from the mena region authored and_or presented by ahmed el_sewedy

  1. 1. ELSEWEDY FOR WIND ENERGY GENERATION – SWEG LOCAL MANUFACTURING: EXPERIENCES FROM THE MENA REGION 28TH JUNE 2009, SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT www.elsewedy.com 1
  2. 2. EGYPT – LEADER IN THE REGION Wind Market – Regional Egypt & MEA Demand  Egypt is the biggest  market in the MEA  Region   Confirmed potential  in Egypt is 500 ‐ 600  MW/year starting  from 2010 (200 MW  NREA + 300 – 400  MW IPPs) www.elsewedy.com 2
  3. 3. GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT FOR RE & WIND ENERGY PROJECTS• NREA Strategy: – 3% by 2010 mainly Wind  Energy – 20% by 2020 mainly Wind  & Hydro• 410 MW installed Wind  Energy in Egypt• 7200 MW implementation – 600 MW yearly – 200 MW NREA & rest  private sector www.elsewedy.com 3
  4. 4. WIND ENERGY MARKET OVERVIEWGlobal OverviewY2008 Figures:1.Growth rate:  28%2.Turnover:  40 bn EUR3.Total installed capacity:  121,188  MW4.Average capacity installation:  25 – 30 MW yearly Source: World Energy Report, 2008 www.elsewedy.com 4
  5. 5. EGYPT’S WELL LOCATED GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION EU Agreement Industry Regulations No customs imposed on  Arab Free Trade Agreement El Sewedy’s exports from  Egypt to Europe, whereas  European imports into  No customs  Egypt are subject to tariffs El Sewedy  Cables imposed on El  Sewedy’s exports El Sewedy Cables enjoys  from Egypt to all a  number  of  trade  Arab countriesagreements  between Egypt  and  Europe,  Arab countries,  and  African  COMESA Agreementcountries No customs imposed  on El Sewedy’s  exports from Egypt to  all African member  countries, whereas  Arab and European  competitors do not  enjoy this privilege www.elsewedy.com 5
  6. 6. GAINS IF ENCOURAGE INDUSTRYEconomic Growth  Energy Independence  Clean  Environment Job Creation Estimated Turn Over in  Wind resources are  Egypt is challenged to strike  Wind energy in Egypt Egypt of Euro 10.6 Billion available locally and will never  the balance between availing  would impact direct (e.g. (Appx. Egp 80 Billion) by 2020  deplete! Egypt’s foreseen  energy for growth while  manufacturers, (estimation based on today’s  potential is 20,000 MW  reducing Carbon emissions to  IPP/developer…etc) and prices! (Source: EWEA 2009) installed wind energy (Source  acceptable levels. Wind  indirect (RM, related  NREA) doesn’t pollute the  services…etc) employment Expected at least 3  environment! potential local wind turbine  Utilizing wind energy will  In Europe wind energy manufacturers & 10 potential  reduce  dependence on oil  With 322 MW wind  employed 154,000 people in local IPP/developers by 2020  imports and contribute to the  energy installed Zaafarana  2007, with a rate of 15 people (Source: current market situation) security of energy supply saved 190,000 T.O.E and  direct employment per MW  reduced emissions of about  installed per year (Source: EWEA  Approximate indirect  Utilizing wind energy will  450,000 TCo2 in 2007 (Source:  2009)development of 30 local sub‐ lead to diversity of energy  NREA statistics)suppliers & related supporting  supply (Oil, natural gas,  The wind energy industry industries (RM supply, sub  nuclear, wind…etc.), target is  With 7200 MW wind  in Egypt could participate for contractors, components  to reach 20% of generation  energy installed, Egypt would  the creation of 75,000 direct supply, consultation & banking  capacity from Renewable  Appx. save 4.25 Million T.O.E  jobs by 2020 (Source: projection on services…etc) Energy, 7200 MW by 2020 and reduce emissions of  EWEA statistics)  (Source: MoE)   about 10 Million TCo2 (Source:   Projection on NREA statistics) www.elsewedy.com 6
  7. 7. After Electricity Before Electricity Act 2003 (with Act 2003 (With No Feed in Tariff) Feed in Tariff) Installed Wind Power Capacity in India,Sources: Joanna Lewis; Ryan Wiser ; A Review of International Experience with Policies to Promote Wind Power Industry Development, Energy Foundation China Sustainable Energy Program; March 10, 2005 www.elsewedy.com 7
  8. 8. WIND INDUSTRY’S CHALLENGES • Technology • Logistics and components availability • Specialized experiences & labor force • Product Quality & High level of Services • Financing www.elsewedy.com 8
  9. 9. www.elsewedy.com 9
  10. 10. Elsewedy for Wind Energy Generation www.elsewedy.com 10
  11. 11. Turbine Factory(front)TOWER FACTORY - CONSTRUCTION Blades Factory (front) www.elsewedy.com 11
  12. 12. M-TORRES OVERVIEWM-Torres Company Overview One of the most Innovative Engineering companies in Spain Started in the paper industries & now one of the leaders in supplying machines for the aerospace industry A total of 500 high skilled employeesM-Torres Wind Division 2001 the first innovative 1.5 MW prototype MTOI engineering, manufacturing, development, O&M www.elsewedy.com 12
  13. 13. WIND TOWER PRODUCTION IN EGYPTSIAG Group Overview• The leading tubular steel tower supplier in Germany and Europe• Market share more than 30%• Leading technology in steel industry• Nearly 1000 employees• Proven track-record of growth in Europe www.elsewedy.com 13
  14. 14. SWEG | Elsewedy For Wind Energy Generation S.A.E.13 El-Obour Buildings, Salah Salem Street,Nasr City, 11371 Cairo, EgyptPhone: +20 2 22 62 34 42 – Fax: +20 2 22 63 91 55sweg@elsewedy.com – www.elsewedy.com www.elsewedy.com 14

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