RCREEE-enerMENA_NREA Srategy_ jordan august 2013


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Renewable Energy for Project Planners and Managers:enerMENA Professional Training Course for CSP
19-23 August,2013
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RCREEE-enerMENA_NREA Srategy_ jordan august 2013

  1. 1. Eng. Mohamed Seliem G.M of Projects Implementation MSc.Eng. Ehab Farouk Director of Planning Arab Republic of Egypt Ministry of Electricity & Energy New & Renewable Energy Authority (NREA)
  2. 2. Egypt is one of the countries that has more than 20 years of experience in using renewable energy for electricity generation. The Ministry of Electricity and Energy plays a vital role in providing electricity on a sustainable basis. Access to Electricity more than 99% Total Installed Capacity (MW) 31090 Electricity Sector in Egypt Total Produced Energy (GWh) 157445
  3. 3. Steam, 44.3% Combined Cycle, 35.2% Gas, 8.3% Hydro, 9.8% Wind & Solar, 2.4% Electricity Situation
  4. 4. ORGANIZATION CHART OF MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY & ENERGY Nuclear Materials Authority Nuclear Power Plants Authority Atomic Energy Authority New & Renewable Energy Authority Hydro Power Projects Execution Authority Rural Electrification Authority Egyptian Electricity Holding Company
  5. 5. Institutional framework: Establishing NREA (1986) The national focal point to develop and introduce renewable energy technologies to Egypt on a commercial scale together with implementation of related energy conservation programs
  6. 6. Areas of Activities  The activities are concentrated into 4 areas:- 1- Wind Energy. 2- Solar Energy. 3- Testing & Certification. 4- Capacity Building.
  7. 7. - Since 2001, series of large scale wind farms were established with capacity of 550 MW in cooperation with Germany (KFW), Denmark (DANIDA), Spain and Japan (JICA) through soft loans. - Key Indicators: - Generated Electricity: ~ 8.6 Billion kWh, - Fuel Saving: ~ 1.8 million T.O.E., - Emissions Reduction: ~4.7 Million T.CO2.
  8. 8. National Strategy up to 2020 •In February 2008, the Supreme Council of Energy approved an ambitious plan to: Satisfy 20% of the generated electricity by renewable energies by 2020, including: • 12% from wind energy, i.e., reaching more than 7200 MW grid-connected wind farms. • 6% from Hydro, • 2% from solar energy (CSP & PV)
  9. 9. in July 2012 an Egyptian Solar Plan has been approved by the Cabinet which targeting to install about 3500 MW by 2027 (2800 MW CSP + 700 MW PV) with private investment share of 67% including enhancement of relevant local industry. Egyptian Solar Plan
  10. 10. Polices of Implementing RE Strategy Possibletracks Governmental projects Private investments NREA Private Developers 33% 67% A policy to foster the increasing of wind energy contribution consists of three phases: Phase 1: Competitive Bids approach through issuing tenders internationally requesting private sector to supply power from wind energy projects. Phase 2: Feed-in-tariff system will be applied taking into consideration the prices achieved in phase 1. Third Party Access: Investors are allowed to build & operate renewable energy power plants to satisfy their electricity needs or to sell electricity to other consumers though the national grid
  11. 11. NREA works as a facilitator and a supporting body for the private EETC is committed to purchase all the generated electricity Governmental Project (1340 MW) Funds and technical assistance were provided through mutual governmental agreements and in cooperation with development partners.. Competitive Bids (750 MW) Issuing tenders internationally requesting private sector to supply power from wind energy projects. Feed-in-tariff: System will be applied taking into consideration the prices achieved in Competitive Bids The developers will sell the generated electricity directly to the consumers IPP Project (720 MW) The investor shall sell the electricity generated to his own consumers or feed his own loads FINANCING MECHANISM FOR RE Polices of Implementing RE Strategy (Cont.)
  12. 12. MENA offers optimal physical resources
  13. 13. The Solar Atlas was issued, and indicated that Egypt is considered as one of the sun belt countries where it is endowed with high intensity of direct solar radiation ranging between 2000 – 3200 kWh/m2/year from North to South. The sun shine duration ranges between 9-11 h/day from North to South, with very few cloudy days.
  14. 14. Photovoltaic (PV) Applications Most of PV applications were demonstrated and field tested: • Water pumping, • Desalination, • Refrigeration, • Village electrification, • Lighting, telecommunication, and other PV applications Some applications are all already commercialized : • Telecommunications • Remote roads lighting and billboards lighting • Remote desert small load
  15. 15. Solar Thermal Electricity Generation 140 MW Solar thermal power plant  The 1st CSP plant is 140 MW including solar field of 20 MWe based on parabolic trough technology.  The total investment is about $US 340 mio including about $ 50 mio as a grant from GEF for the solar Island.  The project has been operated since July 2011.
  16. 16.  In cooperation with the European Union and KfW, developing renewable energy Master Plan (1st Priority for Wind, CSP&PV), including a feasibility study for 100 MW CSP grid connected at Kom Ombo site is under conducting and will be finalized in Mid 2013 to provide a comprehensive plan for renewable energy development in Egypt.  A study of EMPower program recommended to select Kom Ombo site to host 100 MW grid connected CSP project.  It is planned to operate the project in 2016.  2 grid connected PV projects, 20 MW each, in Hurghada & Kom Omb are under preparation Solar Energy Projects under implementation by NREA
  17. 17. Support of Egyptian Government 1. Lands Availability:- - More than 7600 square kilometers of desert lands have been allocated for implementing future projects. - All permits for land allocation are already obtained by NREA. - EIA including Bird migration study has been prepared by NREA in cooperation with international consultant and financed by KfW. - Signing land use agreement with the investor against payment equivalent to 2% of the annual energy generated from the project or its value. - The project company shall get license for power generation from Egyptian Electricity Regulatory Agency. 2- Custom Duties:- - Exempting all renewable energy equipment and spare parts from the customs duties.
  18. 18. Support of Egyptian Government (Cont.) 3- Power Purchase Agreement :- - Signing long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) ( 20-25) years . - Central Bank of Egypt will guarantee all financial obligations of EETC under the PPA. 4- Carbon Credit:- - The project will benefit from carbon credit . 5- Renewable Energy Fund:- - Establishing a renewable energy fund that will help through:- - Bridging the gap between cost of electricity from conventional and renewable energies. - Addressing the risk of the Foreign currency exchange - Contributing in financing RE pilot projects. - Supporting R & D activities in renewable energy field. - Enhancing Local manufacturing of RE equipment.
  19. 19. 30% of the wind energy equipment are locally manufactured. • There is a plan for the private sector participation to raise manufacturing of wind energy equipments to 70% at the end of 2020. The industrial base established in Egypt can be adapted to serve in building a robust the renewable energy industry and fulfill locally and regionally needs. Solar Energy Equipment : The local share in the 1st solar thermal power plant project is 50% Wind Energy Equipment :
  20. 20. NREA Activities in DESERTEC INITIATIVE On January 30, 2013 in Berlin, memorandum of understanding has been signed between New & Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) and the industrial consortium Dii a to increase their collaboration which will support local institutions to create renewable energy (RE) capacities and accelerate the dissemination of RE projects. In the long term, their cooperation with stakeholders in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa (EUMENA) could provide an important impetus towards an integrated electricity market, with benefits for all actors involved.
  21. 21. ISCC Solar Island Ministry of Electricity & Energy New & Renewable Energy Authority Solar Field : Orascom Construction Combined Cycle :Iberdrola
  22. 22. 27Solar Island Combined Cycle Island Schematic Concept 600°C Gas turbine(s) Steam turbine Condenser Steam 540°C, 100bar Stack Exhaust 100°C 393°C Electricity to the grid Parabolic Trough Field 293°C Air and vapour Ai r Air G ~ HRSG Cooling Tower G ~ Solar HX
  23. 23. 28 Project Description The project is located in Kuraymat, about 95 km south of Cairo, on the eastern side of the river Nile, at a northern latitude of 29° 16' and an eastern longitude of 31° 15'. The ISCC project consists of Combined Cycle Island and Solar Island of a net power capacity of approx. 140 MW together with associated equipments and facilities including interfaces and connections to the Grid. The Solar Island includes all equipment and systems necessary to produce heat out of solar irradiation, it includes without being limited: the detailed design, engineering, procurement, supply, erection, testing, commissioning of the following: •Ground preparation within the area of the solar field including measures to minimize soiling and dusting in addition to the site grading works for the entire ISCC plant. •Concrete Windbreakers. •Solar collectors including foundations(2000), assembly and erection. •HTF system (including the pumps and motors, vessels, degasified, ullage system, freeze protection, piping and fittings, foundations, etc.) up to the HTF inlet and outlet flanges of the solar heat exchanger •Electric power distribution for the equipment of the Solar Island. •I&C including defined interfaces and emergency operation facility
  24. 24. 29 The Solar Field Description The Solar Island shall consist of a parabolic trough solar field capable to generate about 60 MW (thermal) of solar heat at a temperature of 393°C, the related I&C and control room and the heat transfer fluid (HTF) system up to the HTF inlet and outlet flanges of the Solar Heat Exchanger. The project area is equal to 644,000 m2 for 40 loops of parabolic trough collectors. The steel structure equals 3200 ton and 17,000 m3 concrete with paved and unpaved roads. There are power, MVand LV cable networks and drainage channels. The project construction period is 30 months including 3 months commissioning.
  25. 25. 30 The Financial Description The contract value is equal to (66,993,211$ and 187,329,902 EGP) for the EPC contract and value for O&M for 2 years, is (3,219,815$ and 16,709,382 EGP) with an approximate value of 106 million $. The foreign portion is funded by the World Bank and local portion is funded by the Egyptian government. Description Contract Value Currency Planned Actual Clearance & Inland Transportation 1,389,965.00 EGP 85.00% 87.50% Imported Supply-Design Offshore 57,890,714.00 USD 82% 83.00% Local Supply including Sales Tax 70,128,650.00 EGP 87% 90% Civil & Installation-Management 115,811,287.00 EGP 89 91% Civil & Installation-Management 9,102,497.00 USD 82% 83% Local Fabrication Percentage 60% Forigen Fabrication Percentage 40%
  26. 26. 31 Loops & The Circulation of the fluid
  27. 27. 32 ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project loops40Areas and power Block area. There are4The project is divided into :areas arranged as follow4in the •Area 1  11 Loops •Area 2  11 Loops •Area 3  9 Loops •Area 4  9 Loops •The total project area  644,000 m2. •The Power Block Area  46,340 m2(140x331) •HTF Area inside Power Block 11,200 m2(140x80) •Mobilization Area 49,800m2 •Labor Camp 20,000m2
  28. 28. 33 ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project :The project quantities are as follow •The rock excavation equals :300,000 m3 •The backfilling works equals :400,000 m3 •The concrete quantities equals :17,000 m3 •The RFT rebar equals :1300 ton •The steel structure for solar field equals:3200 ton •The total project Man-Hours equals:3,900,000 Mhrs. •The total actual project Man-Hours equals:3,525,547 Mhrs.
  29. 29. 34 Collectors erection ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project
  30. 30. 35 Arial View for Zone 1 & 3 ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project
  31. 31. 36 Arial View for Zone 2 ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project
  32. 32. 37 The Washing Truck and washing operation ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project
  33. 33. 38 Switch Yard ISCC Kuraymat – Solar Island Project
  34. 34. Due to : - Gained experience in the field since 1986. - Existence of equipped facilities. - Available well trained staff. Accordingly, - Since 2001, NREA has organized specialized training programs in wind & solar energies, PV applications, energy conservation,…etc for regional & local organizations. - Other tailor made programs were held upon request from local entities or from Arab countries such as Libya and Syria, ….. - 122 trainees from Nile Basin Countries - 267 trainees from Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Palestine and Kuwait attended such programs since then. - Regular summer course in RE is organized for Universities students. Capacity Building
  35. 35. Eng. Mohamed Selim G.M. of Projects Implementation moyhn99@gmail.com Ehab Farouk Abd El Aziz Director of Planning, ehabfarouk40@gmail.com +2 0100 737 121 8 New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) Abbas El Akkad St., Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt http://www.nrea.gov.eg