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Part 3: The Gambia EA, RE and EE Projects portfolio and High Priority Projects By Demba Diop Banjul 11 th December 2014 1.

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1 Part 3: The Gambia EA, RE and EE Projects portfolio and High Priority Projects By Demba Diop Banjul 11 th December

2 1. The Gambia EA, RE and EE project portfolio 2. Short Outline of the Concept Notes 3. Range of investment possibilities 4. Classification of the CNs 5. Project Concept Notes 6. The High Priority Projects 7. Preliminary Conclusion Classification of the EA, RE and EE projects 2

3  All the CN are proposed by Gambian institutions following a 3 days training on how to develop proposal under the SE4ALL framework and a standard template under the leadership of the MoE.  In total, 18 CN were received worth 3,461 million GMD, i.e million EURO.  It still excludes the proposed investment under CN 11 and CN 15, still to be specified. 3

4 N°ProposerShort titleTechnologyClassification by AEREEE 1 PUG PV to 3 rural hospitals PV + battery + Net Metering (NM)  2PRSP Briquetting & stoves  3 Sunray Develop ment GALDEP farmers enterprises PV  4 KEN Rocket stoves for Kartong stoves & improved woodlots  5 Greente ch Decent. & diversif. Biomass energy Upscaling briquetting & stoves  6 REAGA M Hybrid mini-grids in remote communities 50 sites with 10kW wind kW PV  4 4

5 N°ProposerShort titleTechnology Classification by ;  AEREEE 7PUG Leveraging PV to fund health care needs Test NM for 260 kW + up-scaling 1 MW  8 Sunray Develop ment Model village solar enterprise 60 kWp hybrid with PAYG technology  9 PCU MoB&SE PV and Litre of Light for Public Schools PV and bottle lighting  10 PURA Provincial Energy Efficient Project (PEEL) 1,000 LEDs as pilot for consumer in 2 areas  11 Women' s Bureau Empowerment by access to clean cooking Emphasis on improved stoves & fuels  12 GTTI Facilitating RE access and affordability Provision of training relevant to RE  5

6 N°ProposerShort titleTechnology Classification by ;  AEREEE 13 MoE Multifunctional Platforms (MFP) Engine on (bio)diesel for many functions  14 Gambia Tourism Board Energy Efficiency In Hotels Capacity/awarene ss building  15 NEA Solar Renewable Energy for the NEA Solar as source  16MoE Efficient Lighting Project CFLs (Compact fluorescent lamps)   17 MoE Solar Home Systems Project Solar home systems  18 MoE Wind Park at Tujereng Wind/installation of Wind Park at Tujereng  Number of CNs classified as AE, RE resp. EE (marked by  ) 765 6

7  The required investments amounts differ very strongly. The proposal by REAGAM (6) alone requires more than half of the total amount; the one by the Ministry of Education (9) requires almost 10 % and the one by PRSP (2) almost 5%.  All three intend to operate on a national scale. Greentech (5) also mentions national targets, but only proposes modest investments and annual operating costs in the present proposal.  The other CNs all require less than 5% and KEN only requires less than 0.01% 7

8  Private investors : CNs 1 – 8 do target both public and private investors  Public investors: By the nature of their proposals, CNs 9 – 18 all target public investors 8

9 Prepared byCN N°Details Received before the first deadline of July 15 Power-up- Gambia (PUG) CN 1 and 7Promote the upgrading and expansion of PV systems in hospitals and for Net Metering (NM) to supply a inhabitants with electricity. The income thus generated will be reserved for O&M and for extension to other health facilities in case of a surplus. This will be done in 2 stages; a 260 kW unit is to provide the ‘proof-of- concept’ and should then help to attract private finance for an increase of 1 MW. This is done in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoH&SW) and a PPA with NAWEC is ready for finalizing. Sunray Development CN 3 and CN 8 CN 3 to aims to provide 10 solar power systems to the processing centres of GALDEPs (The Gambia Lowland Development Project) community owned gardens already equipped with solar powered irrigation systems to enable more processing of the produce of the gardens and hence more income generation and more and better horticultural products in the market. CN 8 is for the development of a ‘model village solar enterprise’ to develop a community enterprise running a 60 kWp hybrid system to serve other enterprises and the villagers with electricity under a PAYG (Pay-as-You- Go) cell phone based system. 9

10 REAGAMCN 6CN 6 has the broadest scope and intends to deliver up to 100 kW Hybrid Mini Grids to 50 remote villages selected and identified all over The Gambia. Each system will combine a 10 kW wind system with up to 90 kW over solar PV – depending upon the requirements of the community and its opportunities – and to be operated under the SMA Sunny Island concept. Especially the evaluation of this last CN will require access to independent expert advice and opinions. GreentechCN 5Greentech produces and distributes the briquettes from groundnut shells at present and also has designed different types of improved stoves. Its CN proposes a general up- scaling of its activities, which also includes a program of sensitization. PRSPCN 2PRSP is ready to promote briquetting and improved stoves also on a national scale. Both Greentech and PRSP have a range of test results for their stoves and both are likely to fit in the improved stove and briquetting program as envisaged under the National Investment Program for Access to Energy Services (NIP for AES). 10

11 KEN (Kartong Eco Village Network) CN 4CN 4 is a local initiative by the KEN (Kartong Eco Village Network) for improved stoves in its area and also includes the upgrading and improved management of local woodlots. Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoB&SE) CN 9Proposed to provide solar energy to equipment already with the Ministry and a number of schools – such as computers and teaching tools - and to provide ‘bottle lighting’ to all its 523 schools. ‘Bottle lighting’ is a technology to provide light free of running costs by placing old glass bottles filled with water and bleach in the roofs of schools. PURACN 10CN 10 is a proposal by PURA to replace regular incandescent lamp by 1000 LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) in 2 rural villages and assess both the savings for the consumers and the reduction in loads and improvements in the quality in voltage in the concerned distribution grid. 11

12 Women’s Board CN 11CN 11 is a proposal for ‘The Women’s Economic Empowerment through Energy Access to clean and affordable cooking energy’ by the Women’s Board’ and covers a broad range of actions including training for manufacturing of briquettes and improved stoves and sensitization campaigns. GTTICN 12CN 12 is a proposal by GTTI to ‘promote renewable energy for productive uses and facilitating access and affordability in the Gambia’. For this purpose, GTTI will develop courses and provide training – especially to women and youth - to enhance skills required for i) the design and construction of passive solar heaters, for ii) biomass briquette making technology, for iii) fuel efficient stove making technology, for iv) solar PV design & installation technology and v) to recover energy from waste. Min. of Energy CN 13CN13 propose a programme of 5 Multifunctional Platforms (MFP) at an investment cost of euro to enable access to energy services in rural areas and ease women activities. MFP are proven concepts in Gambia and present little risks. The programme will supervised by the Ministry of Energy. 12

13 GTB CN 14CN 14 deals with Energy Efficiency In Hotels. It seek to raise awareness of hotel management and staff on the benefits of increasing resource efficiency and encourage hotels to actively engage in the project by continual improvement in the long-term; promote capacity-building at various levels, from awareness programmes to research and development, in order to remain in phase with new developments in Energy Management techniques and technology; recommend simple and cost-effective technical and managerial methods of reducing energy consumption; it is budgeted at 6,000,000 GMD. NEA CN 15Solar Renewable Energy for the NEA. The specific objective of the project is to identify and implement a suitable renewable energy system (solar energy) that can be used to increase access to clean and cheap source of energy for the agency. This will supplement the current source of energy and as a result to reduce cost and increase efficiency. It’s total cost is 46,443,108 GMD. 13

14 Min. of Energy CN 16The overall objective of the project is to save electricity from lighting and get more households connected by massive distribution of CFLs to households for an estimated cost of USD. Min. of Energy CN 17Distribution of SOLAR HOME SYSTEMS improve the socio-economic conditions of the rural and peri-urban communities and hence reduce poverty for an estimated USD budget. Min. of Energy CN 18Wind Park at Tujereng; More than 10,000 households, and 50 hotels would be electrified for a total investment of 10,000,000 USD. 14

15  a briquetting and fuel efficient domestic stoves enterprises that target to provide 70,000 stoves, 17,000 tons of briquettes in the market and create income for 3,000 workers for a total investment of 110 million GMD roughly 1.83 million Euro;  260 kW photovoltaic (PV) project grid-tied project to provide power to the Sulayman Junkung General Hospital to be under a power purchase agreement with NAWEC with the view of expanding it to a 1 + Megawatt PV power generation station at a later date for a required investment of 34 million GMD or around 570,750 Euro and c.  An Efficient Lighting Project that will target 200,000 household for a total investment of 1,000,000 USD by:  Reduce electricity usage on lighting;  Increase access to electricity;  Reduce load shedding and ensure daily supply to those connected;  raise awareness about benefits of using CFLs and  Improve the voltage level for end users. It will benefit directly to 200,000 households. 15

16 Project 1 (CN 2) - Title :Establishing biomass briquetting and fuel efficient domestic stoves enterprises for enhanced access to energy for all  Proposed by PRSP.  seeks to provide 70,000 stoves, 17,000 tons of briquettes in the market  create income for 3,000 workers  total investment of 110 million GMD roughly 1.83 million Euro  market penetration of 75 % after 5 years of operation (75,000 Furno EES stoves)  combined annual saving of nearly Dalasi 500 million and over 125,000 tonnes of fire wood, reducing CO2 emissions by ca. 200,000 tonnes. 16

17 Project 2 (CN 7) – Title : Powering Up Health ; Leveraging PV Solar Investments to Fund Critical Gambian Health Care Needs  proposed by PUG  aims to build a 260 kW photovoltaic (PV) generation plant at the Sulayman Junkung General Hospital to be grid-tied under a power purchase agreement with NAWEC  The system would supply 50-75% of electricity demand in the hospital’s 100,000+ person catchment with the view of expanding it to a 1 + Megawatt PV power generation station  investment of 34 million GMD of well 570,750 Euro  Primary beneficiaries will be the 40,000 + patients 17

18 Project 3 (CN 16) _ Title: Efficient Lighting Project  Reduce electricity usage on lighting;  Increase access to electricity;  Reduce load shedding and ensure daily supply to those connected; d) raise awareness about benefits of using CFLs  Improve the voltage level for end users.  It will benefit directly to 200,000 households.  The total budget is 1,000,000 USD. 18

19  The Gambia has one the most friendly investment climate in Africa as reflected in the successive Doing Business report of the World Bank.  The energy sector present good investment opportunities and the government is very keen to welcome potential investors.  The portfolio amounts to an investment worth 3,461,309 million GMD, i.e. 57 million EURO.  To date, the proposed IP Gambia for Energy Access, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency include 18 concepts notes or projects ideas at various stage of development. The IP related to 7 EA projects, 6 RE and 5 EE projects but it should be indicated that almost all the CN could be classified in one field or another (EE, AC or RE or combination). 19


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