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AUTHORS:
ALEXANDER OCHS (PROJECT DIRECTOR)
MARK KONOLD (PROJECT MANAGER)
KATIE AUTH
EVAN MUSOLINO
PHILIP KILLEEN
MAIN
FI...
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This slide deck can be published by third parties as long as the content remains unaltered and
proper reference to its o...
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Contents
C-SERMS Methodology…………………………………………………………….…4
Analysis of Existing Energy System………………………………………………..6
Identifyi...
4
C-SERMS
METHODOLOGY
5
C-SERMS Phase I Methodology
6
ANALYSIS OF EXISTING
ENERGY SYSTEM
7
Selected Indicators of CARICOM Member States
IMFWorld Economic Outlook Database and World Bank
8
Total Primary Energy Consumption in Selected CARICOM Member States,
By Sector, 2014
Note: RemainingCARICOM
member states...
9Existing Capacity and Projected Capacity Needs in 2027 (business-as-usual
scenario not including future energy efficiency...
10
Installed Power Capacity and Share of Renewables in CARICOM Member
States, as of 2015
* Only 244 MW of this capacity is...
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Installed Renewable Electricity Capacity in CARICOM Member
States, as of 2015
Source: Data reflects the most updated in...
12EstimatedTechnical and Non-Technical Electricity Losses in Selected CARICOM
Member States, 2012
Note: Data forThe Bahama...
13
Residential ElectricityTariffs of CARILEC Members, 2011/12
Note:Tariffs are for CARILEC members consuming ,100 kWh per ...
14
IDENTIFYING
POTENTIAL
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Renewable Energy Potential in CARICOM Member
States, as of 2015
Note “0” indicates that there is no installed capacity ...
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ASSESSMENT OF
EXISTING POLICY
FRAMEWORKS
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Priority Actions in the Area of Policies and Mechanisms,
Indicating Level of Implementation
Worldwatch InstituteAnalysis
18Renewable Energy and ElectricityTargets in CARICOM Member States,
as of 2015
Source:CarbonWar Room and personal communic...
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Energy EfficiencyTargets in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015
Note: “None” indicates that no target had been set or ann...
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REGIONAL AND
NATIONALTARGETS
21Existing and Proposed National Renewable ElectricityTargets
in CARICOM Member States
* Estimated generation shares are b...
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REGIONAL AND NATIONAL
POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS
23Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities:
Information and Data Gathering
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Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Information
and Data Gathering (Continued)
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Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Finance
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Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Policies
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Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities:
Policies (Continued)
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Suggested Steps in Designing National Implementation Plans for theTransition to
Sustainable Energy in the CARICOM Region
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The C-SERMS Baseline Report and Assessment aims to serve as a key planning tool to tackle existing barriers and communicate priorities that would allow for a swift transition toward sustainable energy systems in CARICOM member countries.

Suggested Priority Initiatives, Policies, Projects, and Activities range from coordinated regional fuel efficiency standards to targeted model legislation on net metering and from development of regional generation technology risk mitigation funds to country specific electric system modelling efforts. The report thereby distinguishes between actions to be taken at the regional and those at the national level, and those to be taken at both. The study also highlights three broader priority areas for future action: transportation, regional energy trade agreements, and the water-energy-food nexus.

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Caribbean Sustainable Energy Roadmap and Strategy (C-SERMS) Baseline Report and Assessment: Main Findings

  1. 1. 1 AUTHORS: ALEXANDER OCHS (PROJECT DIRECTOR) MARK KONOLD (PROJECT MANAGER) KATIE AUTH EVAN MUSOLINO PHILIP KILLEEN MAIN FINDINGS
  2. 2. 2 This slide deck can be published by third parties as long as the content remains unaltered and proper reference to its origin is provided. The visuals present key findings from Alexander Ochs et al., Caribbean Sustainable Energy Roadmap and Strategy (C-SERMS) Baseline Report and Assessment (Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, 2015).The report can be found at www.worldwatch.org/cserms/baseline-report. The report is a first-of-its-kind regional assessment of the existing energy situation in the Caribbean. It was submitted to the Energy Unit of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) with input from all 15 member states and with support from the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).The report suggests ambitious targets for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and climate mitigation and outlines concrete steps for how they can be achieved. For further information, please contact: Alexander Ochs, Director of Climate and Energy, Worldwatch Institute, aochs@worldwatch.org Devon Gardner, Program Manager, Energy Unit, CARICOM, devon.gardner@caricom.org Andreas Christian Taeuber, Project Leader, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance (REETA), GIZ, andreas.taeuber@giz.de
  3. 3. 3 Contents C-SERMS Methodology…………………………………………………………….…4 Analysis of Existing Energy System………………………………………………..6 Identifying Sustainable Energy Potential……………………………….…..…..14 Assessment of Existing Policy Frameworks…………………………………....16 Suggested Regional and NationalTargets……………………………………...20 Regional and National Policy Recommendations…………………………..…22
  4. 4. 4 C-SERMS METHODOLOGY
  5. 5. 5 C-SERMS Phase I Methodology
  6. 6. 6 ANALYSIS OF EXISTING ENERGY SYSTEM
  7. 7. 7 Selected Indicators of CARICOM Member States IMFWorld Economic Outlook Database and World Bank
  8. 8. 8 Total Primary Energy Consumption in Selected CARICOM Member States, By Sector, 2014 Note: RemainingCARICOM member states are not included due to lack of available data Source: OLADE
  9. 9. 9Existing Capacity and Projected Capacity Needs in 2027 (business-as-usual scenario not including future energy efficiency and conservation policies and measures
  10. 10. 10 Installed Power Capacity and Share of Renewables in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015 * Only 244 MW of this capacity is currently operational † Capacity of the generators has been derated from 2,368 MW to 2,117 MW due to the age, manufacturer, and ambient conditions of the machines that are presently available to the grid. Source: Data reflects the most updated information available for each member state at the time of publication, compiled from a variety of sources including national utilities, country representatives, and secondary sources
  11. 11. 11 Installed Renewable Electricity Capacity in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015 Source: Data reflects the most updated information available for each member state at the time of publication, compiled from a variety of sources including national utilities, country representatives, and secondary sources
  12. 12. 12EstimatedTechnical and Non-Technical Electricity Losses in Selected CARICOM Member States, 2012 Note: Data forThe Bahamas, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Suriname were not available at the time of publication. Source:Worldwatch Institute CARICOM member state surveys
  13. 13. 13 Residential ElectricityTariffs of CARILEC Members, 2011/12 Note:Tariffs are for CARILEC members consuming ,100 kWh per month Source:CARILEC, Worldwatch Institute CARICOM member state surveys
  14. 14. 14 IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL
  15. 15. 15 Renewable Energy Potential in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015 Note “0” indicates that there is no installed capacity at present; N/A indicates that data were not available at the time of publication Source: compiled from a variety of sources including national utilities, country representatives, and secondary sources
  16. 16. 16 ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING POLICY FRAMEWORKS
  17. 17. 17 Priority Actions in the Area of Policies and Mechanisms, Indicating Level of Implementation Worldwatch InstituteAnalysis
  18. 18. 18Renewable Energy and ElectricityTargets in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015 Source:CarbonWar Room and personal communications with CARICOM member state representatives
  19. 19. 19 Energy EfficiencyTargets in CARICOM Member States, as of 2015 Note: “None” indicates that no target had been set or announced by date of research in this report Source: personal communications with CARICOM member state representatives
  20. 20. 20 REGIONAL AND NATIONALTARGETS
  21. 21. 21Existing and Proposed National Renewable ElectricityTargets in CARICOM Member States * Estimated generation shares are based on proposed capacity targets in neighboring column † St. Kitts’ installed capacity and generation figures include imported geothermal power from Nevis. Source: personal communications with CARICOM member state representatives
  22. 22. 22 REGIONAL AND NATIONAL POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS
  23. 23. 23Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Information and Data Gathering
  24. 24. 24 Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Information and Data Gathering (Continued)
  25. 25. 25 Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Finance
  26. 26. 26 Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Policies
  27. 27. 27 Recommended Priority Initiative, Policies, Projects and Activities: Policies (Continued)
  28. 28. 28 Suggested Steps in Designing National Implementation Plans for theTransition to Sustainable Energy in the CARICOM Region

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