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1 Ghent 9 April 2003 Holger Liptow, gtz Overcoming Barriers for Technology Transfer - An example in Minas Gerais, Brasil -

2 GTZ-Portfolio on Energy Energy policy and planning –Energy policy advisory services –Climate Protection Programme –World Commission on Dams –Public Private Partnership in infrastructure Energy efficiency in –Power utilities –Business and industry –Municipalities Renewable energy sources –Rural energy supply –Grid-connected power from renewable sources –Wind energy –Solar cooker field test –Photovoltaic pumping systems

3 Customised Utilisation of Energy in Agriculture in Minas Gerais, Brasil Cooperação Brasil-Alemanha

4 Brasil Project Region: Minas Gerais Size: km 2 Population:18 Mio GNP:ca. 60 Mrd. US-$ Project partners: CEMIG partly privatised power utility with largest grid in LA, 5 Mio customers. EMATER-MG federal agency for agricultural development and advisory service in Minas Gerais

5 Project Goal  CEMIG Policy: Energy supply essential for development in Minas Gerais!  Confliting intentions for rural area: - Improved grid utilisation - 100% electrification in Minas Gerais Project Goal  Utilisation of electric energy in a efficient, productive, and income generating manner

6 Framework Conditions National energy saving policy Commission for energy efficiency indicators Promotion of energy saving in SME „Power to the people“ up to 2005: mandatory –Funding: tariff system –Luz no Campo Promotion of productive use in rural area by CEMIG 1 % of utility income for energy efficiency projects –DSM –R & D Most technologies are available in Brasil

7  Communal machinery house  8 Pilot projects  Dissemination so far 230 houses Activity areas

8  Efficient Irrigation  8 Pilot projects  So far 200 efficient irrigations projects for small scale farmers (supported by CEMIG or EMATER)

9  Photo Voltaic Systems/ Solar Home Systems  14 SHS – Pilot installations  CEMIG – Regulation (Pre-electrification!)  Support for setting up of Training centre  So far 1000 SHS in Minas Gerais (5.000 – further SHS under preparation)

10  Improvement of agricultural machinery driven by electric motors  Advisory service  for standards on energy efficiency to producers of agricultural machinery  for improved layout of machinery  Development and test laboratories for agricultural machinery at universities

11  Efficient Pumping Systems  3 Pilot projects  So far more than 200 efficient systems (COPASA water authority)

12  Other Renewable Energy Projects  Ca.10 Pilot projects (Solar dryer, Mini hydro power, PV- Pumps)  Local production of solar dryers (German-Brasilian inter company technology transfer)  So far 180 PVP (COPASA) and 8 Solar dryers

13  Demonstration and Training Truck

14  Training for Local Experts and Users  Training material  Training seminars and workshops  Information tour to Germany und LA neighbors

15  Publications  Articles  Videos, CD’s  Booklets  Presentations Catálogo de Fabricantes, Revendedores, Consultores e Pesquisadores de Energias Renováveis AGRIBOMBAS Programa para Seleção de Bombas Agrícolas Versão 1.0

16 Development of Income of Target Group RE-SystemsMachineriesIrrigation

17 RE-SystemsMachineriesIrrigation yes no Survey of Target Group 2002: Has the project improved your living conditions? in %

18  Selection of target group for pilot projects decisive  Cooperation between utility and extension service for agricultural machinery undispensible  Transfer to other utilities in the country and internationally possible and now requested for. Essential Results (1)

19  Economically attractive extension of rural electrification is only possible with transfer of technology and their productive utilisation.  Efficient utilisation of power reduces connection costs  Cooperation with a strong partner such as CEMIG has large potential for implementation and wide spread utilisation of technical cooperation support of the GTZ (good cost benefit relationship). Essential Results (2)

20 What Barriers were removed? IPCC Thank you for your attention


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