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  1. Public Private Partnership in Action Launch of Jamaica’s participation in the UN Secretary General’s Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative July 31, 2012 Jamaica Conference Centre Presenter: Michelle Chin Lenn – Project Manager

  2. AGENDA • Wigton Overview • Current Renewable Energy context in Jamaica • Opportunities and barriers to Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) • Role of public-private partnership • Examples and success stories

  3. Wigton Overview

  4. Wigton WINDFARM • Wholly owned subsidiary of the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica • Agency of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM) • Incorporated April 2000 • Aim is to be a catalyst for renewable energy • Owns and operates 38.7 MW windfarm complex

  5. LOCATION OF WIGTON

  6. Wigton I • 20.7 MW • Commissioned 2004 • 23 NEG Micon (NM52) WTGs • Rated 900kW each Wigton II • 18 MW • Commissioned 2010 • 9 Vestas -V80 WTGs • Rated 2MW each

  7. RENEWABLE ENERGY CONTEXT IN JAMAICA

  8. JAMAICAN ENERGY SCENARIO • Regulated Electricity Sector • Liberalised Generation Market • Monopoly on Transmission and Distribution • Heavy Reliance on Imported Fossil Fuels • High exposure to price volatility • ~94% - Oil Based Electricity Generation • Electricity Grid • 943 MW installed • 64.3 MW Renewables (Wind & Hydro) • 7% Renewables by installed capacity • ~5% Renewables by electricity contribution

  9. Source: JPS, Jamaica Power Summit, April 20, 2012

  10. RENEWABLES IN JAMAICA • Wind is 2.7% of annual electricity generation • From 41.93 MW total installed • 3 wind farms • Munro • Wigton 1 & Wigton II • Hydro is 3.4% of annual electricity generation • From 22.4 MW total installed • 7 Hydro Plants • Less than 5 MW each

  11. RENEWABLES – POLICY TARGETS • 1995 Energy Policy followed by National Energy Policy: 2009- 2030 • Diversification of fuels • Development of renewable energy resources • Increase Jamaica's renewable energy use from ~6.1% in 2009 by MWh to • 11% by 2012 • 12.5% by 2015 • 15% by 2020 • 20% by 2030 • Target revised to 30% by 2030

  12. Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) - Objectives

  13. Opportunities and barriers to SE4ALL

  14. OPPORTUNITIES

  15. 1,169,682 MWh from RE represents 28.3% of the 2010 Electricity Generation therefore a significant potential

  16. ROLE OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

  17. PUBLIC VS PRIVATE Renewable Energy Deployment in Jamaica has been historically slow due to: • High capital cost of technology therefore, long payback periods • Private Sector interested in quick returns • Commercial bank loan structures not providing: • Long moratorium on interest during development and construction • Long tenure loans • Low interest rates • Therefore, opportunity for restructuring private sector financing instruments or investor criteria to facilitate more public-private partnerships

  18. Possible Public-Private terms Source: Thomas Timmins, Gowlings, Jamaica Power Summit presentation, April 2012

  19. PUBLIC - PRIVATE DIALOGUE • Wigton is 100% government owned and not to be seen as competition in the renewable market but as the catalyst to demonstrate and motivate other entities to get into the renewables business • Thus Wigton has shared information, knowledge and experiences at numerous seminars and workshops • As there was little uptake on renewable energy projects (eg. before JPS Maggotty expansion the last hydro investments were in the 1980s), government lead with implementation of the first commercial scale wind farm for the benefits to the country • Advocate private sector involvement in manufacturing/ assembly of renewable energy equipment to drive the costs down (cheaper local labour and employment possibilities) and even export renewable energy products (eg. St. Kitt’s assembling PV)

  20. EXAMPLES and SUCCESS STORIES

  21. JPS Munro Wind Farm (3 MW) • JPS – private and government owned • Accessed funding from IFC due to majority private ownership • Wigton 100% government owned • Financed through PetroCaribe as more attractive than local commercial bank proposals • Thus opportunity to finance Wigton III with more private involvement if terms adjusted as outlined before WIGTON II (18 MW)

  22. WIGTON II – PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS

  23. CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS • Wind Turbines arrived April 4, 2010 • Hubs • 18.141 tonnes (18,141 kg) • Generator Details • Rated speed: 1680/2016RPM • 690 V, 50 Hz • 2 MW Hubs at Port Esquivel

  24. CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS Nacelles • Houses Drive Train: • Gearbox • Shaft • Generator • Yaw systm • 67 tonnes Hubs at Port Esquivel

  25. CONSRTUCTION HIGHLIGHTS Towers • 67 m • 160 tonnes • 3 pieces Hubs at Port Esquivel

  26. CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS Blades • 39 m • 6.5 tonnes • Rotational speed • Static: 16.7 RPM • Operational: 9-19 RPM Hubs at Port Esquivel

  27. Foundation Details CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS FOUNDATIONS Diameter = 15.6 m Depth = 2.6 m Steel = 25.462 tonnes Concrete = 327 m3 each Except T30 which had 898.6 m3 • Foundation Steelwork at T26

  28. CONTROL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS CABLING

  29. CONSTRUCTION HIGHLIGHTS WIND TURBINE ASSEMBLY 600 ton crane used

  30. New Resource Centre for training New Substation

  31. CONCLUSION • Wigton has successfully commissioned and operating two wind farms • Wigton is committed to technology transfer to Jamaicans and is actively developing its resource centre offerings while continuously training and exposing its staff • Renewable Energy potential to meet Government targets is identified • Wigton will continue to lobby for more comprehensive renewable energy policy and legislation to facilitate the realization of the identified renewable energy projects • Wigton actively seeks innovative Private Public methods of implementing these renewable energy projects

  32. Questions ?