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Togo | Feb-17 | ECOWAS: NAtional Sustainable Energy Action Plans

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Togo | Feb-17 | ECOWAS: NAtional Sustainable Energy Action Plans

  1. 1. ECOWAS National Sustainable Energy Action Plans WWW.ECREEE.ORG Heleno Sanches RE Energy Expert ECREEE
  2. 2. THE ECOWAS REGION WWW.ECREEE.ORG
  3. 3. WWW.ECREEE.ORG Significant RE Resources Biomass Solar Hydro Wind
  4. 4. ECOWAS RE & EE POLICIES Adopted by the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government, July 2013, Abuja ECREEE is coordinating the implementation of the RE and EE Policies ECREEE is the SE4ALL Focal Institution for ECOWAS Sustainable Energy Country Action Plans developed across the 15 Member States WWW.ECREEE.ORG Developed in Partnership with UNIDO, Austria, Spain, European Union, RECP, EUEI-PDF
  5. 5. Energy Country Action Plans Developed Across the 15 Member States WWW.ECREEE.ORG
  6. 6. Sustainable Energy Country Action Plans developed across the 15 Member States WWW.ECREEE.ORG NEEAP Nation Energy Efficiency Action Plans Energy Access Action Plan NREAP National Renewable Energy Action Plans Small Hydro Power Bioenergy Solar PV & Thermal Wind Clean Cooking EE Lighting EE Building Electricity Distribution EE Standards Conventional Power Plants Grid Extensions Gender Mainstreaming Rural Electrification
  7. 7. Development of National RE and EE Action Plans and the SE4ALL Action Agenda in ALL Member States Regional RE and EE Policies and SE4ALL National RE, EE and SE4ALL Action Plans and Policy Framework Implementation on the National and Regional Level ECREEE SUPPORT TO THE Action Plan PROCESS
  8. 8. THE “Abidjan Process” on Action Plans 1ST Phase • Development of the templates and procedures for the Action Plan Process • 15 National Consultants to assist Member States with the development of the Action Plans; • Establishment of a backstopping team of international experts to provide on-going support
  9. 9. THE “Abidjan Process” on Action Plan Process 2nd Phase - Development of the Action Plans at National Level • High Level kick-off Meeting in each MS • Data collection and Validation of the Baseline report (national workshop) • National Stakeholder Consultations/Meetings (throughout the process) • Development of Scenarious and measures • National Validation of the Action Plans • National political Adoption of the Action Plans 3rd Phase • Implementation and monitoring of the Action Plans at national and regional level – 2020/2030
  10. 10. Regional Action Plan Consolidation Process • Regional Report to be prepared and presented at the forthcoming ECOWAS Energy Week (October 2017) • Integration of regional Initiatives and master plans • In-depth review of current national action plans • Ensure consistency of information/data vis-a-vis other official documents at country and international levels • Compilation of findings and recommendations to MS • Consolidation of national targets in regards to the regional targets • Bilateral consultation with MS to address any issues that may arise from the consolidation process.
  11. 11. ECOWAS Investment Prospectus Framework Structured into 4 pipelines and the enabling environment WWW.ECREEE.ORG Pipeline 1 • Generation, transmission and distribution (on –grid) Pipeline 3 Off-grid (Mini- Grids and standalone systems) Pipeline 3 Bioenergy and Cooking Projects Pipeline 4 • Energy Efficiency
  12. 12. The ECOWAS SE4ALL Investment Prospectus ... …aims to achieve the SE4ALL goals by identifying and developing a set of implementable programs and projects, including their investment requirements, which can be presented to potential private and public investors. …presents an integrated set of prioritized and sequenced investment opportunities …integrates the technical, financial, and implementation requirements for achieving an intermediate goal and outlines the annual funding requirements for capital investments, technical assistance and capacity building. …identifies policy frameworks or government priorities relevant to reaching these outcomes. WWW.ECREEE.ORG
  13. 13. Summarizing the Targets of the 15 Country Action Plans
  14. 14. ECOWAS Countries Moving to Establish Ambitious Goals and Measures to Achieve Them Financial support to developers through rural electrification funds Output-based subsidies for energy services products Traditional subsidies Direct public investments in access projects Special support for Renewable energy Electricity access goal 35% rur by 2025 36% by 2025 50% by 2015 100% by 2020 100% by 2030 95% urb. 62% rur by 2022 65% rur by 2030 55% urb. 87% rur by 2030 100% by 2030 82% by 2030 75% by 2020 80% rur by 2030 100% by 2030 100% by 2017
  15. 15. Planned Increase in Electrification • The Electrification rate will increase from 42% (2012) to 100% (2030) • Over 60m HHs will gain access to electricity for the period 2015-2030 • No of HHs electrified (on-grid and off-grid) from1.7 to 4.7m HH/yr 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 2015 2016-20 2021-25 2026-30 ThousandHouseholdsperyear Annual number of connected Households Urban HH Rural HH
  16. 16. Target on modern & efficient fuel access • The access to modern cooking fuel from 25% (2012) to 83% (2030) • Over 60 m hhs to gain access from 2015-2030 • HHs to have access to LPG - 25m, Averagely 0.6 - 1.5mHH/yr • LPG consumption- 0.5 - 3.5 mt/yr • Hhs to have access to ICS- 35m, Averagely 1.1 -2.7 mHH/yr 25% 31% 57% 72% 83% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 2012 2015 2020 2025 2030 Accessrate Thousandhouseholds ECOWAS targets for access to modern & efficient cooking fuel HH w modern energy (Butane, Biogas) HH w improved cookstoves Access rate
  17. 17. Planned Evolution of Biomass Consumption • The promotion of LPG and improved cook stoves will curb firewood demand to sustainable supply levels: • Less than 200 mt/yr in 2030, • Instead of current 250mt/yr • BAU case-450 mt/yr 0.1% 7.2% 33.4% 48.8% 58.9% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 0 50000000 100000000 150000000 200000000 250000000 300000000 350000000 400000000 450000000 500000000 2012 2015 2020 2025 2030 Savingsoverbaselinescenario Firewooddemand(tonne/an) Primary Firewood demand in ECOWAS region Firewood baseline Firewood SE4ALL Savings (%)
  18. 18. Planned Increase in RE Generation Capacity • The share of renewable generation capacity will stay around 20% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 RatioREcapacitytototal installedcapaicty InstalledREcapacityMW Renewable Energy Generation Capacity Forecast Hydro Solar Biomass Wind Ocean Storage RE/Installed capacity
  19. 19. Thank You ECREEE Secretariat Achada Santo Antonio ECREEE Building, 2nd floor C.P. 288, Praia, Cabo Verde Tel: +238 2604630, +238 2624608 Email: info@ecreee.org www.ecreee.org 2/20/2017

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