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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP ENERGY STRATEGY. 17th UPDEA CONGRESS Hammamet - 29th May 2012 AMADOU Zakou Manager, Energy Division 1. 1. The Strategy 2. Project Highlights 3. Delivering the strategy. 1. THE STRATEGY. Our Energy Vision: More and Cleaner Power in Africa !.

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African development bank group energy strategy
AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP ENERGY STRATEGY

  • 17th UPDEA CONGRESS Hammamet - 29th May 2012

  • AMADOU Zakou

  • Manager, Energy Division 1


1 the strategy 2 project highlights 3 delivering the strategy
1. The Strategy2. Project Highlights3. Delivering the strategy



Our Energy Vision:

More and Cleaner

Power in Africa !


Objective and background
Objective and Background

Objective

Access to energy is closely

correlated with observed reduction in the

levels of poverty indicators

The African Development Bank programs in the energy sector are targeted to scaling up access to energy services while assisting Africa adopt a sustainable path to a low-carbon economy.

Sub-Saharan Africa has a disproportionally

high percentage of households without

electricity.

Africa has significant energy resources,

yet energy production remains low

Africa currently contributes only 4% of the

GHG, yet if industrial and economic development continues along a

“business as usual” course,

Africa’s emissions will increase significantly


The process
The Process

Energy Sector

Strategy



Special emphasis on
Special emphasis on

Catering to country specific needs and opportunities

Leveraging Resources

Enabling Regional Energy Trade

Reforms

  • Clean Energy Funds

  • Trust Funds

  • Cofinancing

  • Institutional

  • Policy Dialogue

  • Transaction assistance -PPP

  • Grid Interconnection

  • Support to Pools and Water Basin


1 the strategy 2 project highlights 3 delivering the strategy1
1. The Strategy2. Project Highlights3. Delivering the Strategy



Up and coming
Up and coming…

Inga

  • Potential capacity of site (Grand Inga): 39,000 MW

  • Rehabilitation of Inga 1 and Inga 2 power plants

  • Financing feasibility studies

  • Participation to the Financing of 1st Phase of Grand Inga(Inga 3)



Up and coming1
Up and coming…

OMVG energy project

  • Integrated hydropower scheme in western Africa

  • 1,700 km of HV lines connecting Guinea Bissau, Senegal, the Gambia and Guinea

  • 15 substations


  • Up and coming2
    Up and coming…

    CLSG energy project

    • 1400 km of HV lines connecting Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea

    • 1400 km Fiber Optic

    • 12 substations

    • 2 regional control Centers


    Ongoing
    Ongoing…

    Ourzazate CSP Phase 1 – 160 MW

    • Capacity of site 500MW

    • PPP

    • Parabolic through technology




    Thank you merci

    Thank youMerci

    HelaCheikhrouhou

    Director of the Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department

    h.cheikhrouhou@afdb.org


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