Renewable Energy: UNIDO`s approach

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Renewable Energy: UNIDO`s approach
Energy Access for Development:
UNIDO’s Strategy and Services
20 March 2014
Chua Chin Pen
Representative and Director
UNIDO Regional Office in Thailand
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Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development
UNIDO: Partner for Prosperity
• Specialized UN agency mandated to promote
inclusive and sustainable industrial development
(ISID) for lasting prosperity for all
• Three thematic proirities:
– Poverty reduction through productive activities
– Trade capacity building
– Energy and environment
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Energy and Climate Change Team
Energy and Climate Change
Branch
Normative and Advisory Role
Research and Global Forums
Projects and Programmes
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WHERE DO WE GO
Renewable Energy Strategy
New business
paradigm –
Distributed
energy
Mini-grids
Productive
uses
Renewable
energy
enterprises
Business
Models
Green industry
(local
manufacturing)
Industrial
Applications
1. Create business
development opportunities
through increasing access
to energy through minigrids;
2. Mainstream the use of
renewable energy in
industry (SMEs);
3. Support innovative business
models to promote
renewable energy in the
business sector
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UNIDO Renewable Energy Portfolio
Ukraine
Armenia
Albania
Pakistan
Egypt
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Nicaragua
Cape Verde
Gambia
Guinea
Sierra Leone
Liberia
Costa Rica
Colombia
Ecuador
Legend
Hydro
Chad
Cameroon
Laos
Sudan
Cambodia
Nigeria
Cote d‘Ivoire
Thailand
Sri Lanka
Uganda
Kenya
Rwanda
Tanzania
Comoros
Peru
Zambia
Brazil
Wind
Solar
India
Bangladesh
Mexico
Paraguay
Madagascar
Mozambique
Chile
South Africa
Uruguay
Biomass
No. of
Project
Lesotho
GEF 3
GEF 4
GEF 5
Other
TOTAL
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14
16
29
61
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Funding Sources for RE Projects
OUNF, 2,363,000 Spain MDG
Achievement Fund, Financed by recipient
945,000
UNDP, 1,909,000
Government,
Austria, 1,997,000
349,000
Trust Funds,
4,801,000
IDF, 2,721,000
Austria
UNDP
OUNF
Spain MDG
Achievement Fund
GEF, 101,000,000
Financed by
recipient
Government
Trust Funds
All figures are in US$
IDF
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Increasing GEF-UNIDO Renewable Energy Portfolio
GEF FUNDING
GEF 5
GEF 4
GEF 3
US$ 8
US$ 26
Million
US$ 67
Million
CO-FINANCING
GEF 5
GEF 4
NO. OF PROJECTS
US$ 255
GEF 3
US$ 92
US$ 16
GEF 5
GEF 4
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GEF 3
15
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Delivery of Renewable Energy Based Modern Services in
Cuba - The case of Isla de la Juventud
The project will install:
• a large biomass gasifier plant (3.5
MW) for power generation,
Biomass power plant on
the Isla de la Juventud
• four gasifier applications (about 6 MW
thermal) to be placed at four industrial
sites for heat production
• wind farm to produce 1.5 MW of
electricity
Total project budget: US$ 5,337,000
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Renewable Energy Based Economic Development: Hybrid
Based Rural Community Development Centres in Remote
islands in the Maldives
• Solar PV - Hybrid Wind was
installed at Goidhoo and Fainu
Island
• Possibility to scaling up of such a
RE project, since the region has
vast wind and solar potential
Total project budget: US$ 266,800
Solar PV - Hybrid Wind at
Goidhoo Island
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Example: Promoting business models for increasing
penetration and scaling up of solar energy in India
•Objective: promoting industrial applications of solar energy in selected
industrial sectors in India
•Primary focus on medium to high temperature applications (i.e. between 150
and 400° C)
•Target sectors include Food Processing Industry, Paper and Pulp, Fertilizer,
Breweries, Pharmaceutical, Textile (Finishing), Refineries, Rubber,
Desalination.
•The pharmaceutical, food processing, dairy and breweries industries are the
largest industrial users of process cooling.
Project will cover solar heating and cooling
applications
Project expected to start in Q1 2014
06/06/11
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Example: Organic waste streams for industrial
renewable energy applications in India
• Donor & Budget: GEF-5; 3.3 MUSD
• Resource: Bio-residues in industries for (an)aerobic
digestion
• Sectors: sugar / fruit processing/ poultry (tentative)
• Status: preparatory phase ongoing – until Q3 2014
• Project expected to start Q1 2015
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Renewable energy-based electricity generation for
isolated minigrids in Zambia
The project would install:
Location of Minigrid
Sites in Zambia
• Biomass gasifier power plant
for 500 kW of electricity
generation
• Small hydropower station to
generate 1 MW of electricity
• Solar energy mini-grid with an
outputs of 36 kW
The project will also contribute to a legal, institutional and policy framework to
provide for a favorable environment for commercial deployment of renewable
energy based mini-grids in rural areas of the country
Total project budget: US$ 6,324,007
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Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
(ECREEE) in Praia, Cape Verde
ECREEE is a specialized institution of the Economic Community of West African States
supported by UNIDO, the Governments of Austria, Cape Verde and Spain
The centre focuses on:
 Developing RE and EE
markets in West Africa
 Policy and capacity
development
 Designing financing
mechanisms
 Implementing demonstration
projects with potential for
regional scaling-up
The official opening of Regional Centre for
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
held on 6 July 2010 in Praia, Cape Verde
Total project budget: US$ 2,692,566
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International, Regional & Innovation Technology Centres
•
UNIDO International Solar Energy Center for Technology Promotion and Transfer
at Lanzhou, China
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The International Centre for Science and High Technology in Trieste, Italy
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International Network on Small Hydro Power (IN-SHP) with headquarters in
Hangzhou, China
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International Centre for Hydrogen Energy Technologies in Istanbul, Turkey
•
ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
(ECREEE) in Praia, Cape Verde (Regional Centres for EAC, SADC and Pacific
Islands are under development)
•
Regional Centre for Small Hydro Power (SHP) in Trivandrum (India)
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Regional Centre for Small Hydro Power (SHP) in Abuja (Nigeria)
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UNIDO Renewable Energy in the Region
Country
Project Title
Budget
(USD)
Cambodia Scaling up Solar Battery Charging Station and Capacity
(Ongoing) Building for Gasifier's Manufacturers
587,620
TT: Using biomass for Sustainable Energy
1,890,000
Cambodia Biogas-Based Rural Energy Enterprises (REE)
(Pipeline) Development
Malaysia Malaysian Clean Technology Innovation Competition and
(Ongoing) Entrepreneurship Acceleration Programme
GHG Emissions Reductions in Targeted Industrial SubSectors through EE and Application of Solar Thermal
Systems
Malaysia Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen technology for Low carbon
(Pipeline) for Transport Sector
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1,500,499
990,000
4,370,000
2,000,000
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UNIDO Renewable Energy in the Region
Country
Lao PDR
(Pipeline)
Project Title
Budget
(USD)
Reducing Green House Gas Emissions in the Industrial
Sector through Pelletization Technology
1,400,000
Thailand TT: the Pilot Case of Ethanol Production from Cassava
(Ongoing)
2,970,000
Thailand
(Pipeline)
Promoting Small Biomass Power Plants in Rural Thailand
1,000,000
Greening Industry through Low Carbon Technology
Application for SMEs
2,000,000
Reduction of GHG Emission in Thai Industries through
Promoting Investments of the Production and Usage of Solid
Bio-fuel
4,380,000
Cleantech Promotion Programme for SMEs in Thailand
2,000,000
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UNIDO in Myanmar (Ongoing)
Project Title
Budget
Donor
2,500,000
Euro
NORAD
500,000
Euro
Japan
3,100,000
USD
GEF
Enabling Activities to Facilitate Early Action on the
Implementation of the Stockholm Convention POPs
(Persistent Organic Pollutants: POPs)
550,000
USD
GEF
Fostering Pro-Poor and Inclusive SME Development in
Myanmar – Preparatory Assistance
320,000
Euro
Italy
Pilot National Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production
(RECP) Programme, Myanmar
565,000
USD
SECO
Strengthening the National Quality Infrastructure
Development for Trade
Regional Project: Green Industry for Low Carbon Growth in
Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar
Improvement of Industrial Energy Efficiency in MyanmarPreparatory Assistance
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UNIDO in Myanmar (Pipeline)
Project Title
Budget
Potential Donor
Promotion of Renewable Technology in the Rice
Milling Sector in Myanmar
300,000
USD
Centre for South-South
Industrial Cooperation
Empowerment through Capacity Building on
Sustainable Bamboo Community Development
for Rural Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction
300,000
USD
Centre for South-South
Industrial Cooperation
Industrial Statistics
710,000
USD
TBC
Value Chain Development for the Rice Sector
1,200,000
USD
TBC
Youth Empowerment through Training in
Operation, Maintenance and Repair of
Agricultural Machinery for Income Generation
and Livelihood Development
1,000,000
USD
TBC
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Thank you for your attention
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CONTEXT
GLOBAL CHALLENGES
• Energy Poverty
• Energy Security
• Climate Change
Access to Energy is a pre-requisite for
Poverty Reduction and Achievements of MDGs
SE4ALL Initiative
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Global Industrial Energy Use
• Industry is a key driver of
growth for poverty reduction
China
23%
• Industry accounts for about
1/3 of global final energy use
– 40% of electricity use
– 77% of coal and derivatives
use
– 37% of natural gas use and
1/3 of global CO2 emissions
Source: IEA, 2007 & 2009
OECD
43%
Other
Asia
11%
FSU
9%
Africa
NonOECD Middle Latin 3%
Europe East America
6%
1%
4%
Global industrial energy use by regions
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Incremental Levels of Access to Energy
Adapted from AGECC 2010 Report
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Carbon footprint reduction opportunities for the
agro - processing industries of Tanzania
• Identifying opportunities for reducing
the carbon footprint associated with
agro-processing industries
• Help to impart understanding and
equip the agro-processing industries
to take up the challenge and make the
reductions in Tanzania
• Part of a UN Joint Programme on the
Environment underway in Tanzania
Sisal Fibre drying – outdoors, Tanzania
• Five agro-processing industries were Total project budget: US$ 247,243
examined in more detail in terms of
opportunities for the reduction of the
carbon emissions
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Observatory for Renewable Energy in Latin
America and the Caribbean
• Tool to promote renewable energy, in
particular for productive uses and industrial
applications
• In total 20 countries in LAC endorsed the
programme and activities already initiated in 8
of them
• Relies on a powerful knowledge platform
• The main goals are:
-increasing the access to the existing
know-how,
- promoting that member countries see
their renewable energy generating capacity
and ability to attract investments
strengthened
Opening session of the
Iberoamerican Ministerial
Meeting, held in 2006 in
Montevideo, Uruguay
Total project budget: US$ US$ 3,336,897
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