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DELiVER coalition meeting AGENDA. 5th May 2010 Ashden Awards. Goals. Goal 1: Common purpose Goal 2: Agreed terminology Goal 3: Key challenges Goal 4: Next steps Others?. Agenda. 10.15 -10.45: Introduction: expectations, goal setting 10.45 -12.30: Part I: What is a delivery model?

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Deliver coalition meeting agenda

DELiVER coalition meetingAGENDA

5th May 2010

Ashden Awards


Goals

Goals

  • Goal 1: Common purpose

  • Goal 2: Agreed terminology

  • Goal 3: Key challenges

  • Goal 4: Next steps

  • Others?


Agenda

Agenda

10.15 -10.45: Introduction: expectations, goal setting

10.45 -12.30: Part I: What is a delivery model?

Presentations from Emma Wilson (IIED) and Steven Hunt (PAC)

Facilitated discussion:

  • The delivery model concept; how are we using it, to what ends?

  • Key challenges and how to overcome them

  • Next steps

    1.30-2.45: Part II: The enabling environment

    Presentations from Ewan Bloomfield (PAC) and Tom Birch (IIED)

    Facilitated discussion:

  • What do we mean by the enabling environment?

  • Key players and how to engage with them

  • Key challenges and how to overcome them

  • Next steps

    3-4pm: Part III: General tie-up session and next steps

  • Common purpose and shared goals

  • What will the coalition do? How will we/our partners share knowledge?

  • Immediate next steps


What is an energy delivery model

What is an energy delivery model?

Emma Wilson

IIED


What is a delivery model

What is a delivery model?

  • A delivery model is the process by which energy services are provided to the target consumers, from production to consumption

  • Same as a business model, but doesn’t have to be pure business (does have to be self-sustaining in the long term)

  • Distinct from the enabling environment and socio-cultural context but responds to and can influence both

Access to energy

Governance of energy investment, delivery and access

Impacts of energy investment, delivery and access

Delivery models

Investment


Key challenges

Key challenges

  • How to reach the poorest? (What is the smallest viable scale that can be replicated?)

  • How to factor in the environment to your delivery model? (What are the potential environment-development trade-offs?)

  • Who puts in financial or other resources at what point?

    • Does donor involvement benefit or undermine markets?

    • Can government subsidies help in some cases, or should government be providing other kinds of support?

    • Can payments in kind from communities overcome the issues of up-front costs and generate ownership at the same time?

  • What is the most effective way of capturing value for local communities? Where in the value chain is this done most effectively?


Areas of interest

Areas of interest

  • Case study analysis:

    • Typologies of energy delivery models

    • Identify ‘components that work’ and successful innovations

    • Promote replication of delivery models or discrete components/innovations

  • Analysis of financing models and investment options:

    • Consumer payment/willingness to pay

    • Carbon finance

    • How to scale up investment?

  • Analysis of market bias and trade-offs:

    • Why are options chosen? (perverse subsidies, lack of alternative technologies)

    • What instruments can bias the market in favour of pro-poor/ sustainable options?

    • Solutions may not be the ‘greenest’ and may still be innovative/able to deliver development outcomes while not contributing significantly to climate change

  • Analysis of participation and ownership arrangements:

    • Does the level of participation and ‘ownership’ determine success?

  • Monitoring and evaluation

  • ‘Evidence to advocacy’ approach


The sungas project

The SUNGAS Project

Sustainable Utilisation of Nigeria’s Gas and Renewable Energy Resources

Power for Change

LEF/LENF

Gas to power demonstration project

Cross learning on sustainability of community energy projects

NDWC

Renewable energy demonstration project

IIED project management and sustainability support

Raising awareness about viability of using associated gas to power communities

Raising awareness about opportunities offered by renewable energy technologies

Social Action

Policy advocacy component

Holistic thinking around renewable and gas-based decentralised energy options


Next steps access to energy

Next steps: Access to energy

  • Build up case study analysis

  • Publication on ‘access to energy’

  • Toolkits and training workshops

  • Policy briefings and forums

  • Knowledge sharing …


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