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Eastern Africa Power Pool (EAPP) SESSION 3: OVERVIEW.

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1 Eastern Africa Power Pool (EAPP) SESSION 3: OVERVIEW

2 2 Content of the overview Power members Key activities undertaken so far Key activities planned Specific projects

3 3 Power Pool Members Burundi, DRC, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Sudan. Total actual population: 310 Mio

4 4 Power Pool Overview (I) Pool set up in February 24 th, 2005; EAPP is special institution of COMESA for electrical Energy Main objective: To make available for the Eastern Africa Region an affordable and reliable electricity, by pooling together all available electrical energy resources in the Region in an optimised and coordinated manner, in order to increase the access rate to electricity by the population of the Region and thereby promote regional integration; Key activities undertaken so far: EAPP Strategic Plan: financing pledged by EC-Energy Facility; EC-appraisal mission completed in November 2006; Capacity building: financing pledged by EC-Energy Facility and by AfDB; EC and AfDB-appraisal missions completed in November 2006; EAPP Master Plan: financing pledged by AfDB; AfDB-appraisal mission completed in November 2006; Data base and power market rules: financing pledged by EC-Energy Facility; EC- appraisal mission completed in November 2006;

5 5 Power Pool Overview (II) Next key activities planned: Lessos (Kenya) to Jinja (Uganda) transmission project: duplication of the existing 132 kV line with a parallel 230 km and 230 kV line;FS expected to complete in the second quarter of 2007; Mbara (Uganda) to Kigali (Rwanda) transmission project: 135 km and 220kV line; FS expected to complete in the second quarter of 2007; Ethiopia-Kenya Interconnection:1200 km and 400 kV line; FS will start in the second Quarter of 2007; Rwanda-Burundi interconnection: 109 km and 132 kV line; FS expected to complete in the second quarter of 2007; Ethiopia-Sudan-Egypt Interconnection: FS expected to complete in the 1 st quarter of 2007; Zambia-Tanzania-Kenya interconnection: 250 km of 220 kV and 670 km of 330 kV; FS completed; Agreements-Negotiations between countries still ongoing; Rusizi III Power Plant: 82 MW-200MW hydro between Rwanda and DRC; PFS completed; Gil Gilbe III Power Plant: 870 MW hydro (Ethiopia); Construction ongoing; EPC-Contract;

6 6 Upcoming Key Projects in Pool Area (I) Type (1) TRANS Country (ies) KENYA UGANDA Project name Lssos ( Kenya ) to Jinja ( Uganda ) transmission project with 230 km and 230 kV line. Est. cost ($M) ? (1) Key: REHAB: rehabilitation and expansion project – HYD GEN: hydropower plant – GAS GEN: gas-fired generation project DIV GEN: other type of power plant – TRANS: transmission project – DIST: distribution project – OTHER: other type Est. Readiness FS expected to complete in the 2 nd quarter of Nr. 1 TRANS UGANDA RWANDA Mbara (Uganda) to Kigali (Rwanda) transmission Project 135 km and 220 kV line. ? FS expected to complete in the 2 nd quarter of TRANS ETHIOPIA KENYA Ethiopia-Kenya Interconnection:1200 km and 400 kV line ? FS expected to complete in the 2 nd quarter of TRANS RWANDA BURUNDI Rwanda-Burundi interconnection: 109 km and 132 kV line ? FS expected to complete in the 2 nd quarter of

7 7 Upcoming Key Projects in Pool Area (II) Type (1) TRANS Country (ies) ETHIOPIA SUDAN EGYPT Project name Ethiopia-Sudan-Egypt Interconnection: Est. cost ($M) ? (1) Key: REHAB: rehabilitation and expansion project – HYD GEN: hydropower plant – GAS GEN: gas-fired generation project DIV GEN: other type of power plant – TRANS: transmission project – DIST: distribution project – OTHER: other type Est. Readiness FS expected to complete in the 1 st quarter of 2007 Nr. 5 TRANS ZAMBIA TANZANIA KENYA Zambia-Tanzania- Kenya interconnection ? Negotiations between countries still ongoing. 6 TRANS BURUNDI RWANDA DR CONGO Up grading of the existing 110 kV aand 70 kV transmission systems between Rwanda, Burundi and East DRC ? FS expected to complete in the 2 nd quarter of TRANS BURUNDI RWANDA DR CONGO Rusizi III Power Plant: 82 MW hydro between Rwanda and DRC; PFS completed ? PFS completed; financing of the FS required 8

8 8 THANK YOU


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