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Ts . BAYARBAATAR Director of EA Mongolian Power-201 2 May. 201 2. Government Implementing Agency ENERGY AUTHORITY. Right Generation Structure of Integrated Energy System of Mongolia. CONTENTS. Energy with consumption growth of Mongolia Impact of solar and wind power stations on CES

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ts bayarbaatar director of ea mongolian power 201 2 may 201 2
Ts.BAYARBAATAR Director of EAMongolian Power-2012 May. 2012

Government Implementing Agency

ENERGY AUTHORITY

Right Generation Structure of Integrated Energy System of Mongolia

contents
CONTENTS
  • Energy with consumption growth of Mongolia
  • Impact of solar and wind power stations on CES
  • Needs of HPP for regulating CES’s regime
  • Conclusion
mongolia s energy sector
Mongolia’s Energy sector
  • Mongolian energy sector consists of five separate energy systems such as Western energy system, Altai-Uliastai energy system, Central energy system, Eastern energy system and a Southgobi independent part . There are 8 coal-fired thermal power plants, 2 small scale hydropower plants -Durgun HPP, Taishir hydropower plant, Altai-Uliastai diesel generation stations and other renewable energy sources . Generated electricity from above mentioned power stations is transmitted to consumers by five 220 kV substations and 1400 km transmission line further more than 30 substations 110 kV, 4240 km transmission line , over 3300 substation 0.4-35 kV 25000 km transmission lines
central energy system
Central energy system

In 2011year:

  • Generated 4458 mlnkWh electricity
  • Imported 200 mlnkWh electricity,
  • Exported 21.5mlnkWh electricity ,
  • Peak Load In Central region was 782 MW,
  • Supplied to costumers 3,485.6 mlnkWh electricity .
projections of power plants to be constructed in the central region
Projections of power plants to be constructed in the Central region

TPP 5 in UB 820 MW

HPP in Selenge river 300 MW

Salkhit Wind farm 50MW

Choir Wind farm 50MW

Sainshand Wind farm 50MW

Sainshand TPP >30MW

Chandagana TPP 600 MW

Baganuur TPP 270 MW

Chandagana TPP 600 MW

Tsaidam TPP 600 MW

Buuruljuut TPP 600 MW

Erdenetsogt TPP 600 MW

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MONGOLIAN POWER-2012

Development Prospect of Power Sector

– Projects to be implemented in the near future

MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

Darkhan,Erdenet CHP

35 MW extension

Ulaanbaatar

CHP#5 830 MW

CHP#4 100 MW extension

Baganuur TPP270 MW

Telmen TPP 60 MW

Chandgana TPP

600 MW

Khotgor TPP 36 MW

Dornod TPP

100 MW extention

Shuren HPP300 MW

Khushuut TPP 12-24 MW

Choir Wind Farm

50 MW

SalhitUul Wind Farm

50 MW

Sainshand Wind Farm

52 MW

Khanbogd Wind Farm

250 MW

Tavantolgoi TPP 300 MW

Oyutolgoi TPP 450 MW

15-16 May 2012, Ulaanbaatar

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Renewable energy development strategy

and goal

  • The Government of Mongolia has given one of the highest development priority to increase in using renewable energy.
  • Mongolian Parliament approved Renewable Energy Law /2005/ National program for Renewable energy /2007/
  • Percentage of renewable energy source will be reached 20-25 % in 2020 as indicated in the National Program of Renewable energy approved by the Parliament of Mongolia.
  • In 2010, it was reached 4.25 %
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Solar and wind power stations to be constructed in the future

  • Bayanteeg SPP 7.8 MW
  • Sainshand SPP 50 MW
slide11

Operational regime of Solar and wind sources /11-15th January/

  • Installed capacity of Solar power station
  • Generation of Solar PS
  • Installed capacity of Wind power station
  • Generation of Wind PS
slide12

The solar and wind source’s impact on CES

  • Daily demand
  • Installed capacity of Solar & Wind PP
  • Generation of Solar & Wind PP
feasibility of the shuren hydropower plant on the river selenge
Feasibility of The Shuren hydropower Plant on the river Selenge
  • Water discharge 216-245 м3/sec
  • Crest length of dam 670-1200 м
  • Water head 40 м
  • Annual generation 600-1000 minkWh
  • Reservoir filling period 2 year
  • Shuren HPP will be located upper confluence with river Orkhon and it will not cause reducing Selenge water discharge.
  • Selenge is the biggest river of Mongolia which runs to waste through the border, has abundant water power resources and location advantages and so the priority should be given to hydropower.
conclusions
Conclusions
  • The unreliability of energy supply will affect on energy supply security , the national security of the country causing risk to be uneconomical , emergency
  • Construction of hydropower plant on the biggest river of Mongolia will ensure energy supply security by reducing import electricity having own regulatory and standby capacity as base for supporting regime of intermittent source such as wind power stations.
  • Construction of Shuren HPP on the river Selenge the percentage of renewable energy source will be reached up to 20-25 % as indicated in the National Program of Renewable approved by the Parliament of Mongolia.