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1 DISEM Financing Salah Hannachi President of EnerSol-WSEF 2012 September 4 th 1

2 Outline Introduction Proposal of a vision Poverty reduction DISEM mission DISEM stakeholders DISEM fund raising 2

3 Introduction 3 Keys to succeful financing Good vision Good activity agenda (research, training etc..) Good targeting of stakeholders Good acceptance (marketing) Renewable energy acceptance Good acceptance Energy strategy Job creation (value chain) Sustainable development Technology access and ownership (R&D )

4 Introduction 4

5 Introduction Weight of Sustainable Energy in total world energy Horizon % % %25 to % %

6 Introduction Production (millions of barrels/day) Cost ($/barrel) Fossil Energy Futures Demand Production 6

7 Introduction CO2 emissions

8 Introduction CO2 Concentration and Surface Temperature CO2 Concentration Average Surface Temperature

9 Introduction Need for a global energy paradigm shift Desertification

10 Introduction 10

11  More than 30 years of R&D in RE&EE and transportation Production 1977: Preparation of the Tunisian research program on Solar Energy 1982: Installation of scientific equipment (Thermal Solar, Desalination, PV, Wind, and Biomass. 1990: Production of the first PV cell in Tunisia and in Africa with an average yield of 11 % (14.5% in 1992) 2002: Seminar with UNIDO on export PV industry in Tunisia Energy transportation 1990: Superconducting  More than 400 researchers and 600 doctoral students in Tunisia,  Many Tunisians working on Renewable Energy in the USA, Europe, and Japan. Tunisia’s record 11

12 Proposal of a vision

13 NuclearWindCSPPV Poverty reduction Private sector participation Divisibility of scale Produce as you build Proposal of a vision

14 Poverty reduction Industrial Residential 14

15 15  Data Center  Knowledge Platform  Internships  Coordination  Grounding for relevance  Interface  Fund raising DISEM Mission

16 16 DISEM stakeholders Stakeholders: Fund providers  National  Bilateral  Multilateral  Civil society  Revenue generating activities Research and Academic institutions Industry and R&D Policy makers Civil society organizations General public

17 17 DISEM Fund Providers Industry and Policy Research and Training Centers DISEM fund raising

18 18 Models for DISEM  AIMS (American Institute for Maghrebi studies CEMAT (Centre d’Etudes Maghrebines aTunis) CEMA (Centre d”Etudes Maghrebines en Algerie) TALIM (Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies  IRMC (Institut de recherche sur le Maghreb Contemporain) - Tunis

19 Thank you for your attention

20 Introduction Production (millions of barrels/day) Cost ($/barrel) Fossil Energy Futures Demand Production 20

21 Introduction CO2 emissions

22 Introduction CountryEnergy consumption per capita (Kg of oil equivalent per year) GDP (bn USD) Greenhouse Gas emission (mil tons CO2/year) Algeria Brasil Canada China France Germany India Indonesia CountryEnergy consumption per capita (Kg of oil equivalent per year) GDP (bn USD) Greenhous e Gas emission (mil tons CO2/year) Italy Japan Russia South Africa Switzerland Tunisia USA CO2 emissions

23 Introduction CO2 Concentration and Surface Temperature CO2 Concentration Average Surface Temperature

24 Introduction Need for a global energy paradigm shift Desertification

25 Introduction IEA/G8 Task8 reports  OCDE representation  10 year - mission:1999 – 2009  3 reports: 2003, 2007, and 2009  Conclusions : o Energy from the desert o VLSPV (Very Large Scale PV) o Water solution o Imperative of a holistic vision  Global Initiatives o DESERTEC o SSB (Sahara Solar Breeder) Plan o UHVDC (Ultra High Voltage Direct Current) o Superconductivity

26 Introduction 26

27 Introduction 27

28 Introduction 28

29 Introduction 29

30 Economies of scale Introduction 30

31 Introduction 31

32 Introduction Solar energy is a reliable complement to conventional energy 32

33 Objective To show that Solar Energy is not only an energetic strategy but a multidimensional strategy Job creation strategy R&D strategy Environment protection strategy National energetic strategy Industrial and commercial strategy Disperse Power Production strategy 33

34 Job creation strategy 34

35 Job creation strategy 35

36 Job creation strategy 36

37  More than 30 years of R&D in RE&EE and transportation Production 1977: Preparation of the Tunisian research program on Solar Energy 1982: Installation of scientific equipment (Thermal Solar, Desalination, PV, Wind, and Biomass. 1990: Production of the first PV cell in Tunisia and in Africa with an average yield of 11 % (14.5% in 1992) 2002: Seminar with UNIDO on export PV industry in Tunisia Energy transportation 1990: Superconducting  More than 400 researchers and 600 doctoral students in Tunisia,  Many Tunisians working on Renewable Energy in the USA, Europe, and Japan. R&D strategy R&D strategy 37

38 38 R&D strategy R&D strategy

39 National energy independence strategy 39

40 Environment protection strategy CountryEnergy consumption per capita (Kg of oil equivalent per year) GDP (bn USD) Greenhouse Gas emission (mil tons CO2/year) Algeria Brasil Canada China France Germany India Indonesia CountryEnergy consumption per capita (Kg of oil equivalent per year) GDP (bn USD) Greenhous e Gas emission (mil tons CO2/year) Italy Japan Russia South Africa Switzerland Tunisia USA CO2 emissions

41 Industrial and commercial strategy o National framework: Prosol 1&2 Prosol elec Tunisian Solar Plan (PST) o EUMENA framework ELMED MEDGRIG o African framework: Many poor African countries having already the grid parity

42 Industrial and commercial strategy Industrial Residential 42

43 Disperse Power Production strategy o Off grid / On grid stations o Rural Development o Fight against poverty o Stand alone power stations o Smart grids


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