Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program

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Central Asia Energy-Water Development Program

  1. 1. Central Asia Energy–WaterDevelopment Program(CAEWDP)Building energy and water securitythrough regional cooperation January 2011
  2. 2. Cooperation changes developmentThe consequences of doing nothing  Potential benefits of intervention1 600 million m3 potential water shortages 1 Over $2 billion savings from increased (Syr Darya) energy trade, with environmental benefits in reduced greenhouse gas emissions2 2 million households experiencing winter heat and power shortages 2 $7m/yr savings in public expenditures from a 1% increase in water pumping efficiency in3 90% less energy traded within Central one country Asia since 1990 3 $200m/yr new revenues from energy experts4 1% loss in GDP per year from weather- to South Asia from initial phases of CASAREM project related disasters (in Tajikistan and Kyrgyz Republic)Major constraints to economic growth Accelerated investment, enhancedand political stability environmental quality and improved livelihoods Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  3. 3. CAEWDP builds on global lessons“Regional programs offer substantial potential to achieve results on development issues… regional projects have successfully built new assets and protected existing ones in ways expected to benefit all participating countries.” (Independent Evaluation Group (2007) Evaluation of World Bank Support of Multicountry Operations ) Successful programs: • Work with countries to build on Danube River Basin national aspirations and priorities Energy Community Turkey Power Interconnection Eastern China of South East Europe South Asia Power Markets • Nurture donor coordination Red Sea/Dead Sea Indus River Water Initiative Water conveyance Senegal River Basin Treaty India Power Mekong River Basin; • Address a package of three core Eastern Nile River Development Grid NT2 Hydropower issues: West Africa Power Pool Nile Equatorial 1 Physical, intellectual and management Lakes River Basin hubs for regional cooperation Zambezi River 2 Objective analysis of the costs and Basin benefits of cooperation to national interests 3 Investments to deliver infrastructure Transboundary water management Regional energy markets and strengthen livelihoods Central Asia Energy–Water Development Program Regional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  4. 4. CAEWDP: An integrated program Energy Investment Development Preparation Energy-Water Regional Linkages Institutions Supported by • Global experience • International panel of advisors Water Diagnostics and • Donor support Productivity Analysis Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  5. 5. Partnerships are critical National Governments • Unique national interests and priorities • National technical experts National Governments Regional Organizations • ESCC Energy Action Plan (with ADB) • EC-IFAS Third Aral Sea Basin Management Program World Bank Regional Donors Organizatons • Strong portfolios in energy and water; Donors World Bank fills a recognized gap in the energy-water nexus • Joint activities are underway; Interest in new investment opportunities Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  6. 6. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-Water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Planned Agricultural water expert forum Planned Climate Vulnerability:Winter energy Energy Underway Infrastructure andScoping Study Underway Management OpportunitiesPlan for Kyrgyz Rep and Tajik Planned IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Dialogue Rogun dialogue InitiatedRegional Energy Trade Energy-water experts forum Planned National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed for Water Productivity PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlannedRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Rehabilitation of Energy and Water Infrastructure PlannedInter-Regional Energy TradeCASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission UnderwayEnergy Accountability Planned Program Foundations ($7M)Institutional Development Regional institutions InitiatedESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Expert Panel Initiated Coordination Underway Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  7. 7. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-Water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Establishment of Ag Water Planned Climate Vulnerability: Specialists’ Platform Planned Energy UnderwayWinter energy Infrastructure andScoping Study Underway Management OpportunitiesPlan for Kyrgyz Rep and Tajik Planned Dialogue Rogun dialogue Initiated IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Energy-water experts forum PlannedRegional Energy Trade National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed CASA 1000 and UAP (CASAREM) for Water Productivity PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlannedRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Rehabilitation of Energy and Water Objective: Diversify Central Asia energy markets by connecting energy InfrastructureInter-Regional Energy Trade deficits in South Asia .CASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission Underway Activities: For CASA: Feasibility studies, Environmental and Social impact Program Foundations ($7M)Energy Accountability Planned assessment; Capacity building; Specialist support for all countries. For UAP: Feasibility assessment startedRegional institutions InitiatedInstitutional Development Expert Panel InitiatedESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Coordination Underway Budget: $3m Timeline: 2010 - 2013 Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  8. 8. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Establishment of Ag Water Planned Climate Vulnerability: Specialists’ Platform Planned Energy UnderwayWinter energy Infrastructure andScoping Study Underway Management OpportunitiesComplete Plan for Kyrgyz and Tajik Planned Dialogue Rogun dialogue Initiated IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Energy-water experts forum PlannedRegional Energy Trade National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed Energy-water modeling for Water Productivity PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlannedRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Rehabilitation of Energy and Water Objective: Establish a common platform for analysis, accepted by and Infrastructure useful to all countries ; Support both collective and national dialogue onInter-Regional Energy Trade regionally significant initiatives.CASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission Underway Program Support ($7M) Activities: National and regional workshops for model design, ModelEnergy Accountability Planned inventory and assessment, Model development and integration of existing Regional institutions InitiatedInstitutional Development tools ; Regional expert team supported Expert Panel by international colleagues. InitiatedESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Coordination Underway Budget: $3m Timeline: 2011-2013 Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  9. 9. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-Water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Establishment of Ag Water Planned Climate Vulnerability: Specialists’ Platform Planned Energy UnderwayWinter energy Infrastructure andScoping Study Completed Management OpportunitiesPlan for Kyrgyz Rep and Tajik Planned Dialogue Rogun dialogue Initiated IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Energy-water experts forum PlannedRegional Energy Trade National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed Regional Hydrometeorology for Water Productivity Program PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlannedRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Objective: Improve coordination and training between NationalWater Rehabilitation of Energy and Infrastructure Hydrometeorological Services of the Central Asian countries to strengthenInter-Regional Energy TradeCASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission Underway data quality and quantity, and data sharing Program Support ($7M)Energy Accountability Planned Activities: Draft MOU and program of regional activities and investments (completed); Improve capacity of CA NMHSs, Improved early warnings, Regional institutions InitiatedInstitutional Development Systems integration, Regional system ofExpert Panel and professionalInitiated training development.ESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Coordination Underway Budget: $5m Timeline: 2011- 2014 Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  10. 10. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-Water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Establishment of Ag Water Planned Climate Vulnerability: Specialists’ Platform Planned Energy UnderwayWinter energy Infrastructure andScoping Study Underway Management OpportunitiesPlan for Kyrgyz Rep and Tajik Planned Dialogue Rogun dialogue Initiated IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Energy-water experts forum PlannedRegional Energy Trade National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed for Water Productivity PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlanned Third Aral Sea Basin programRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Rehabilitation of Energy and Water Infrastructure Objective: Support range of proposals from Central Asian country experts toInter-Regional Energy Trade improve water managementCASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission Underway Program Foundations ($7M)Energy Accountability in identifying strategic opportunities; Convene national Activities: Assist Planned experts; Fund specific initiatives focused on water productivity Regional institutions InitiatedInstitutional Development Expert Panel InitiatedESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Coordination Underway Budget: $5-8m Timeline: 2011 - 2014 Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  11. 11. A comprehensive set of activitiesEnergy Development ($9m) Energy-Water Linkages ($12M) Water Productivity ($12m)Energy Infrastructure Planning Energy-Water Modeling Capacity StrengtheningRegional Infrastructure Master Plan Reg model architecture Underway Ag Water CapacityDiagnostic Study [ADB] Completed Reg Model Development Planned Needs Assessment PlannedComplete Plan [ADB] Initiated Regional Hydrometeorology Initiated Capacity Strengthening PlannedPlanning capacity Establishment of Ag Water Planned Climate Vulnerability: Specialists’ Platform Planned Energy UnderwayWinter energy Infrastructure andScoping Study Underway Management OpportunitiesPlan for Kyrgyz Rep and Tajik Planned Dialogue Rogun dialogue Initiated IFAS/ARAL Sea Basin Package Initiated Energy-water experts forum PlannedRegional Energy Trade National Action PlansTrade Diagnostic Completed for Water Productivity PlannedRecommendations from diagnosticPlanned International Panel of AdvisorsRegional Energy MarketsAssistance [USAID] Initiated Rehabilitation of Energy and Water InfrastructureObjective: Provide independent advice and international state-of-theInter-Regional Energy Trade-art expertiseCASA 1000/UAP/NS Transmission Underway Program Foundations ($7M) Activities: IdentificationPlannedEnergy Accountability and funding of experts for specific stated needs (e.g., program development, project assessment) Regional institutions InitiatedInstitutional Development Expert Panel InitiatedESCC Dialogue/Expert Forum Underway Coordination Underway Budget: $4m Timeline: Program life Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  12. 12. World Bank Energy-Water Portfolio in Central Asia CAEWDP complements national initiatives Country Examples of Recent Projects Amount ($M) Status KGZ Emergency support 4 Approved TAJ Emergency winter shortage support 15 Approved UZB Energy Efficiency Fund for Industrial Enterprises 25 Approved KGZ Emergency recovery project (covering budget and 70 Submitted to Board energy sector) KAZ Alma Transmission Project 78 Under process KAZ Syr Darya Control & Northern Aral Sea Phase II 165 Under process Project UZB Ferghana Valley Water Resources Management 65 Approved Phase-I Project KGZ Second On-farm Irrigation Project 16 Approved TAJ Community Agriculture & Watershed Management 11 Approved Project Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  13. 13. Moving forward 1 Maintain momentum on work program implementation (complete current activities; initiate new ones) 2 Deepen dialogue with national governments 3 Secure financing and donor involvement Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration
  14. 14. Opportunities for donor involvement CAEWDP welcomes different avenues for cooperation Opportunity How? Example Exploit synergies Take advantage of common IFAS institutional support program objectives EU Central Asia Investment Facility Undertake joint Collaborate on methodologies USAID climate change activities or technical assistance ADB Energy Sector Coordinating Cttee activities Support multi- Donor contributions to fund Swiss seed funds donor trust fund core program activities DFID Administrative Arrangement (in preparation) Central Asia Energy–Water Development ProgramRegional challenges CAEWDP solution Expected benefits Why now, why the World Bank? What will be delivered, and when? Opportunities for donor collaboration

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