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1 Sustainable Energy Development- Mongolian Energy Policy and Goals P.TOVUUDORJ, Director-General, Energy Policy Department MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 15-16 May 2012 MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 15-16 May 2012

2 CONTENT Sustainable Power Generation and Supply in Mongolia –Primary Energy Supply and Resources –Energy Transformation Sector –Consumption Policy and Goals of Mongolia on Sustainable Power Supply, Its Legal Framework –State Policy on Power Sector, and Legal Framework –Legal Framework to Support Investment in Energy Sector Development Prospect of Power Sector Challenges in Power Sector of Mongolia Projects to be Implemented Further Missions 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

3 3 COALOILURANIUM RENEWABLES HYDROSOLARWIND Geological Reserves 175 1 billion tonne 205 1 million tonne 68.6 2 thousand tonne 56.2 3 billion kWh 1,200 - 1,400 3 kWh/м2 836.8 3 billion kWh World Ranking by Reserve 15th-15 th 2 --- Operation in 2010 4 25 million tonne 0.3 million tonne ~ 0.0 27.5 billion kWh 0.13 billion kWh 0.1 billion kWh Explored Main Energy Resources of Mongolia and its Operation SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION AND SUPPLY IN MONGOLIA- PRIMARY ENERGY SUPPLY 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY Source: 1 – MMRE, Geology Policy Department 2 - Europe's Energy Portal, www.energy.euwww.energy.eu 3 – “National Renewable Energy Program” Policy Document 4 – Mongolian Statistical Yearbook, 2010

4 SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION AND SUPPLY IN MONGOLIA- PRIMARY ENERGY SUPPLY 19901995200020052010 Growth rate p.a. (%) ’90-’95’95-’00’00-‘05’05-’10 Coal 2,3651,6951,7981,8952,324 -6.5%1.2%1.0%4.2% 63.1%73.1%70.2%67.7%65.6% Oil 1,206345472584879 -22.1%6.5%4.3%8.5% 32.2%14.9%18.4%20.9%24.8% Hydro 0.00 0.250.284.73 0.0% 2.1%76.0% 0.00% 0.01% 0.13% Traditional Fuels & Others 175277293321337 9.6%1.1%1.8%1.0% 4.7%12.0%11.4%11.5%9.5% Total 3,7462,3172,5642,8003,545 -9.2%2.0%1.8%4.8% 100.0% Structure of Primary Energy Supply by Source Trend in Demand Shares (2000  2005  2010, %) Coal  : 70.2  67.7  65.6 Oil  : 18.4  20.9  24.8 Hydro  : 0.01  0.01  0.13 Traditional Fuels and Others  : 11.4  11.5  9.5 Sourse– Energy policy and Statistics in Northeast Asia, 2011 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY (Unit : 1,000 TOE, %)* * 1,000 TOE- 1,000 Tonnes of Oil Equivalent

5 Energy Balance of Mongolia, 2010 SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION AND SUPPLY IN MONGOLIA- ENERGY TRANSFORMATION SECTOR 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY (Unit : 1,000 TOE)

6 The overwhelming majority of our heat and electric energy was being generated by coal fired thermo power plants and the remaining small amount by hydro, wind, solar and diesel stations. 6 SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION AND SUPPLY IN MONGOLIA- ENERGY TRANSFORMATION SECTOR Installed Capacity of Power Generation, Total- 922 MW Type of PP Generation, Million. kWh Percentage Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant 4256.098.68% Diesel29.30.68% Hydro27.50.64% Wind and Solar0.30.01% Total4313.1100.00% Electricity Generation by Plant Types, 2010 Source– National Statistical Comittee 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

7 7 SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION AND SUPPLY IN MONGOLIA- CONSUMPTION Electricity Generation, Import, Consumption of Mongolia, million kWh Available Capacity of Power Plants and Peak Load of Central Region, MW Source – Mongolian statistical yearbook Source– National Dispatching center 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

8 No Name of DocumentsApprovedUpdate Legal Framework 1 Energy Law of Mongolia 20012011 2 Renewable Energy Law of Mongolia 2007- 3Concession Law2010- Development programs 4 “100000 Solar Ger” National Program 1999 Come to the end 2012 5 Program on Integrated Power Energy System 2002 2007 and Update will be made in 2012 6 National Renewable Energy Program 2005- 7 Millennium Development Goals Based Comprehensive National Development Strategy of Mongolia 2007- 8 New Construction and Mid-Term Goal Program 2010- 9Southern Gobi Development Program2010- Other Policy Documents 10 Government Action Plan 2008-2012 2008- 11 Sustainable Development Plan of Energy Sector 2002- POLICY AND GOALS OF MONGOLIA ON SUSTAINABLE POWER SUPPLY, ITS LEGAL FRAMEWORK 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

9 LEGAL FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT INVESTMENT IN ENERGY SECTOR Mongolian Parliament approved the Law on Concession in 2010 and this action open up opportunities to implement projects of energy sector such as new power plant by public-private-partnership for private sector. Following projects are being implemented nowadays, of which: –By Concession Agreement: o Mogoin Gol/Telmen/ TPP o Ulaanbaatar CHP#5 o Dornod TPP Extention –By Private Investment : o Wind Farms of Salkhit, Choir and Sainshand o Chandgana TPP Hereafter, it is planned to establish methods and mechanisms within the state policy which will implement supports from the government stated on Concession law 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

10 10 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECT OF POWER SECTOR - CHALLENGES IN POWER SECTOR 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY  In recent years, electric consumption has being raised so national electrical factories capacity is lacking and lifetime of equipment is being higher. These matters are affecting ongoing and reliability of electric supply contrarily.  Currently, power station with high capability should be established in order to provide development of mining sector, and policy to export power should be implemented instantly in connection with commissioning bigger mining deposits in Mongolia. If these activities are not carried out in short time, energy shortage will be occurred and furthermore it may be one of the factors that slow down country’s development.  To liberalize price of power, to shift this sector market relations completely, and to provide convenient condition that attracts investment.

11 11 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECT OF POWER SECTOR - CHALLENGES IN POWER SECTOR 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY  Mission of the energy sector is to develop new structure based on technique and technology that are not harmful against nature and environment. In addition, requirements, such as increasing renewable energy share in such sector, as well as establishing large hydro power plants to adjust power system operation using hydro energy, are being faced.  Electric insufficiency is still high; interest to improve performance of electric consumption is not arisen because of legal framework to encourage and support electric saving is not provided completely.  Moreover, lack of local areas’ heat supply and necessity hot water affect development of rural areas and its citizens’ stabilized living condition contrarily.

12 Electricity Demand Forecast of Mongolia, 2011-2030 MW DEVELOPMENT PROSPECT OF POWER SECTOR – DEMAND GROWTH Source- GIA Energy Authority, RIED 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

13 13 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECT OF POWER SECTOR – PROJECTS TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN THE NEAR FUTURE Telmen TPP 60 MW Ulaanbaatar CHP#5 830 MW CHP#4 100 MW extension Oyu tolgoi TPP 450 MW Tavan tolgoi TPP 300 MW Baganuur TPP 270 MW Chandgana TPP 600 MW Salhit Uul Wind Farm 50 MW Dornod TPP 100 MW extention Choir Wind Farm 50 MW Sainshand Wind Farm 52 MW Khanbogd Wind Farm 250 MW 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY Shuren HPP 300 MW Khushuut TPP 12-24 MW Khushuut TPP 12-24 MW Darkhan,Erdenet CHP Darkhan,Erdenet CHP 35 MW extension Khotgor TPP 36 MW

14 14 DEVELOPMENT PROSPECT OF POWER SECTOR Energy Sectors Priorities: Sustain safety and reliability of sector operation, Improve energy sector economic capability Introduce environmentally friendly equipment and technologies, Develop renewable energy Facilitate and underpin private sector participation Meet efficiency and conservation requirements and growing demand for energy, Accelerate Energy sector Innovation Increase power exporting capability of Mongolia. 15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIAN POWER-2012 MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

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