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Socio-economic development in the era of renewable energies: Towards the creation of a research institution for the MENA region based on the DESERTEC concept 3 - 4 September 2012, Tunis, Tunisia. Potential Algerian Stakeholders in DISEM Badis Derradji – CEO of NEAL

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potential algerian stakeholders in disem badis derradji ceo of neal amine stambouli prof at usto

Socio-economic development in the era of renewable energies: Towards the creation of a research institution for the MENA region based on the DESERTEC concept3 - 4 September 2012, Tunis, Tunisia

Potential Algerian Stakeholders in DISEM

Badis Derradji – CEO of NEAL

Amine Stambouli – Prof. at USTO

desertec vs disem
Desertecvs DISEM

Tools

project

Study

impact

renewables

Economicgrowth

Security of supply

jobs

technology

funding

skills

specilizedworkforce

sustainability

2050

grids

genuinepartnership

sharing

PPAs

article 9

DISEM

Desertec 2.0, 3.0, h.0

h: humanized

general information sources
General information sources

Information sources depend on the information needed.

Q: What are the key indicators KPIs?

Ministry of Energy and Mines

 GW, GWh, % solar

Ministry of Higher Education & Scientif Research

+

 # trainees in RE

CNRC – Commercial Registrar

 # of RE companies

socio economic research
Socio economic research
  • The CREAD is the main research center on soci-economic issues;
  • Have been involved previously with Wuppertal Institute in a study about Renewables;
  • Can be part of DISEM, a potential stakeholder from Algeria.

Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement

renewables a vision
Renewables – a vision
  • Algeria is determined to mobilize its solar potential;
  • Local manufacturing, job creation, new skills are a pre-requisite;
  • R&D and training are key + investing in youth;
  • Moving ahead while addressing issues related to optimal design, efficiency and cost reductions.

All these gaps can only be addressed through well trained people engaged towards the creation of a new brand of RE enabled activists who dare to face the status quo and challenge inherited solutions…

academic institutions involved in re
Academic institutions involved in RE

Scientific Research

DGRSDT

  • CDER
  • UDES
  • URER
  • UDTS
  • Universities
    • USTO
    • University of Tlemcen
    • ENPA
    • University of Bechar

IAER

Algerian Renewable Energy Institute

topics for disem
Topics for DISEM
  • Adapting the right model for RE governance in the MENA region via a clear cut responsibility chart (ownership and accountability).
  • Right approach towards local industry:
    • state-owned vs private.
    • Large companies vs SMEs ( Define territories, work in respect and harmony)
  • Re-hauling the procurement rules for faster execution.
  • Industrial partnerships : finding a lasting formula