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1b: Data for energy
programme
development
July 8th 2020
Alianza Shire. Introduction
www.alianzashire.org
 Alianza Shire is a multistakeholder partnership formed by the Spanish C...
Preliminary notes
www.alianzashire.org
 This presentation focuses on the main conclusions and learning extracted after da...
General information
www.alianzashire.org
 The difference between household and shelter concepts at UNHCR system is
import...
Energy for households and productive uses
www.alianzashire.org
 A combination of information about source of electricity,...
Energy for community facilities & other
special cases
www.alianzashire.org
 Note the differences among low consumption fa...
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Data for energy programme development

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Data for energy programme development

  1. 1. 1b: Data for energy programme development July 8th 2020
  2. 2. Alianza Shire. Introduction www.alianzashire.org  Alianza Shire is a multistakeholder partnership formed by the Spanish Cooperation Agency (AECID), three energy leading companies (Iberdrola, Signify and Acciona.org) and the Innovation and Technology for Development Centre from the Technical University of Madrid (itdUPM)  Phase II intervention is located in Shire refugee camps and their host communities (Northern Ethiopia), from 2018 to 2021  Two project components:  On-grid: connection of communal services and installation of street lighting to the national grid  Off-grid: creation of a market-based delivery model for the supply of more than 1700 Solar Home Systems
  3. 3. Preliminary notes www.alianzashire.org  This presentation focuses on the main conclusions and learning extracted after data collection in Alianza Shire intervention which are relevant for this workshop  All information has been collected both, for planning and intervention design purposes  Gender dissagregated data has been collected for all aplicable indicators  For surveys and camp visits, GPS and KoboToolBox are the main used tools  Cooking at household level, heating and cooling services are not included due to the project specifications
  4. 4. General information www.alianzashire.org  The difference between household and shelter concepts at UNHCR system is important, and both data are relevant. Shelter address data should be available  Depending on the intervention’s approach, average stay at the camps should be known  Lack of a common criteria to define the host community radio  Identify coordination mechanisms and their leaders is critical, specially when there are project with different or complementary approaches (market solutions Vs. free delivery, product Vs. service, training and later livelihood opportunities, etc)  Identification of energy training institutions/programmes and energy related capacities available in the area should be included
  5. 5. Energy for households and productive uses www.alianzashire.org  A combination of information about source of electricity, main uses and cost is required to plan and design for household electricity solutions  Differences of business energy use, consumption and payment (high-energy and low-energy demanding businesses) should be collected  Two special cases regarding businesses:  Electricity distribution businesses: could be both, an opportunity and a risk for the project  Mobile charging shops: should be considered from both, the business and user point of view
  6. 6. Energy for community facilities & other special cases www.alianzashire.org  Note the differences among low consumption facilities (recreative, theoretical training, etc) and high consumption facilities  Special case: electrical communal kitchens with high electricity demand (over 50kW per kitchen)  Street lighting:  Verification among written information Vs. reality (few functioning lamps)  Community prioritization of lighting areas, considering protection and productive factors

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