SEDA Solar Energy Development in Egypt, Khaled Gasser 20130611


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SEDA Solar Energy Development in Egypt, Khaled Gasser 20130611

  1. 1. Solar Energy Development AssociationSEDAEnhancing The RoleofSolar Energy in Egypt
  2. 2. SWH History in EgyptDo You Know!First solar energy station in the world was built inMaadi – Cairo on (1911-1913) by Frank ShumanBut why stopped!
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  4. 4. Solar Thermal – Cost / Performance Comparison with PVST (FP-Collector, standard type)Output/day1: 22.7 kWhthArea: 7.8 m² (84 ft2)Installed cost:PV (Module, SQ 165-PC)Output/day2: 22.3 kWhArea: 39 m² (420 ft2)Installed cost:=1 to 51: Peak output based on SRCC Category C Clear Sky for ST2: Manufacturers spec sheet for PV at standard test conditions1 to 3Solar Thermal is the most effective Solution now !!!
  5. 5. SWH World InstallationsWhere is Egypt!
  6. 6. Solar Energy Development AssociationSEDA – Why does it exist?• “To become the market point ofreference when it comes to solarenergy solutions”• A “Platform” representing ALL SolarIndustry stakeholders under ONEROOF(traders, academics, government, customers, manufacturers, NGO’s, development agencies, internationalenergy associations, etc)
  7. 7. Solar Energy Development AssociationSEDA Timeline2007GIZ – SWHEntrepreneurNetworkestablishment2008-2010Studying & Learningof Local andInternational solarsituation ,(challenges &obstacles)2011SEDAEstablishment2012- 1st contributionin Intersolar- Initiative withMinistry ofTourism to shift100,000 rooms tosolar energy2013Remarkablecontribution inIntersolar &integration withgreen starinitiative intourism
  8. 8. Solar Energy Development AssociationSEDA – what is it ?• Non-profit Association, developedin coordination with the GIZ PSDPfor the promotion of solar energyin Egypt• Actively engaged inresearching, developing, training,and promoting programs witheconomic, environmental, andsocial benefits for the country asa whole
  9. 9. Solar Energy Development AssociationSEDA’s Focus1.PoliticalLobbying2.CapacityBuilding3.Awareness& Social Impact
  10. 10. 1. To have step forward towardssustainable development.Matching with the global effortto save our earth.2. Save the governmentconsiderable costs associatedwith supplying increasingenergy demands - (it ischeaper to consume less ratherthan build more)3. Create jobs4. Profitable solution forinvestors.Making solar energy the standard for waterheating
  11. 11. Market Potential in EgyptBusiness OpportunityCouncil of Ministers - EEUHousingIndustryGovernment Focus:• Energy Efficiency UnitMinistry of Tourism:• Green Tourism Unit• Switch of 100,000 rooms to green energy in 5 yearsMinistry of Housing:• Urban Development Organization• 1-million flat to be SWH over 10 years to comeMinistry of Industry:• Standardization Organization• Establishment of nationwide quality standard• Local Manufacturing
  12. 12. The Numbers….National Mechanism for the Tourism SectorEverybody is a “Winner”National Economic & SocialDevelopment
  13. 13. Reclaiming Lost PotentialHow important is Hot water6/13/2013 ©2011 SEDA, all rights 13PROGRAMS FOR CARBON EMISSION REDUCTION•The energy used for producing hot water inbuildings accounts for 6000Gwh (6% ofelectricity consumption) ; about 2 to 3 standardthermal power plants• More than 6 million heaters are used inResidential. Half of them are used electricheaters . If Egypt satisfies its need for hot waterin buildings 100% by Solar energy it would save4.5 Million tons of CO2 emission per year•We have less than 5,000 m2 of installation peryear compared to Tunisia, which exceeded80,000m2 of installations per annum43%33%15%9%Hospitality Energy ConsumptionSpace Heating/Cooling Lighting& Other Water Heating Kitchen
  14. 14. Perspective of Ministry of FinanceGovernment Economic Gains6/13/2013 ©2011 SEDA, all rights 14Hotels connected to Grid $USD LESubsidy Per GWH Produced 20,571.43 123,428.57Avoided Subsidy per Room /year (cost supply) 9.6 57.6Avoided Subsidy per Room /year (opportunity cost) 53 320** saved fuel can be sold - plus as we move toward becoming a net Importer, thisslowly becoming our REAL cost*** this is based on $100 per BBlPAYBACK OF 25% SUBSIDY GRANT TO THEGOVERNMENT 2.73Hotels Using Diesel Generators to produce own electricity OR local Gridconnected $/Toe LEInternational Price Diesel 720.00 4,320.00Local Price Diesel 213 1278Diesel Subsidy 507 3042
  15. 15. Program Financials6/13/2013 ©2011 SEDA, all rights 15The Program Duration (100,000 Sq meters) Million (LE)Total investment 400Hotels contribution 156Subsidy 100Loan 144Financing (MEGP) 40 60 80 100 120 400Hotels contribution 16 23 31 39 47 156Subsidy 10 15 20 25 30 100Loan 14 22 29 36 43 144year 1 year 2 year 3 year 4 year 5 TotalAnnual installed m² 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 100,000Cumulated Intsalled m² 10,000 25,000 45,000 70,000 100,000
  16. 16. The leading BeneficiaryMinistry of Finance and the State6/13/2013 ©2011 SEDA, all rights 16TOTAL Program SavingsFinal electricity saving (MWh) 116,666.7Primary saving (toe) 26,016.7CO2 reduction (TCO2e) 80,094.9ProgramReturn for Ministry of Finance (on Subsidy) Million (LE) ROI on Programover 5 years Over 10 yrsInvestment in Subsidy Grant 100Real current cost subsidy saving for the state 69 274.3 174%Opportunity cost based subsidy Saving 146 585.6 486%Assuming 10 year lifetime for SWHAssuming $100 bbl
  17. 17. Thank