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Export Strategy. Ernesto Macias. Emerging Economies and Economies in Developing Countries. Workpackege number = 7 WP Leader = Fodem WP Board member responsible = Ernesto Macias WP Secretariat responsible = Eleni Despotou.

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export strategy
Export Strategy

Ernesto Macias

emerging economies and economies in developing countries
Emerging Economies and Economies in Developing Countries

Workpackege number = 7

WP Leader = Fodem

WP Board member responsible = Ernesto Macias

WP Secretariat responsible = Eleni Despotou

objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • EU Energy Centre.
  • Platform for discussion with WREC and Industry Associations JPIA and SEIA.
  • Promote Hybrid Systems.
  • Promote export to OECD countries.
eu energy centre
EU Energy Centre

Objectives:

  • Creation of a European Energy Centre
  • Programmers RES

Priority areas:

  • Mediterranean countries
  • Rest of emerging countries
description of work
Description of work

Task 1: Investigate opportunities for the creation of a European Energy centre for RES with collaboration with EREC.

Task 2: Promote infrastructures in order to ensure sustainability and viability.

Task 3: Exploit on-grid applications in order to ensure the better pay back conditions.

Task 4: Implement the EU Mediterranean model in other emerging countries.

planning
Planning
  • Launch of PV Catapult ► 11 December 2003
  • 1st EPIA – WREC meeting ►February 2004
  • Interaction with Industry Associations during the 19th EU Conference in Paris ►June 2004
  • Follow up ►December 2004
focus on pv market for developing countries
Focus on PV Market for Developing Countries

Working group

meeting in Frankfurt

23th of March

participants
Participants
  • Yves Maigne, Fondem, leader.
  • Ernesto Macias, Isofotón, Spain.
  • Eleni Despotou, EPIA, Belgium.
  • René Desserières, Photowatt, France.
  • Frank Wouters, Ecofys, Germany.
  • Peter Ahm, PA Energy, Denmark.
  • Ibrahim Samak, Engotec, Germany.
  • Tayib Shamsi, Team, Italy.
  • Dan Li, Ersol, Germany.
  • Nienke Stam, Free Energy Europe, Netherlands.
distribution of tasks
Distribution of tasks
  • Currente Situation: Peter Ahm
  • The needs: Ernesto Macias
  • Arguments: Ernesto Macias
  • The proposal
  • Systems/Pricing: Nina Stam
  • Targets areas (criteria in developing countries): Tayib Shamsi
  • Communication: Ernesto Macias
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Papers sent by

16th of April

Telephone Conference

29th of April

document scheme
Document scheme
  • Current situation
  • Needs
  • Arguments
  • Proposal

4.1 Systems/Pricing

4.2 Standard, Certification and Quality

4.3 Delivery Mechanisms

  • Target areas
  • Communication
next steps
Next Steps
  • Meeting today
  • Presentation in the PV Conference
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