Private-Public Partnership WEC PPP Case Studies for Asia Pacific and S. Asia
Thailand • Energy Efficiency Revolving Fund (EERF) to finance Renewable & Energy Efficiency (R&EE) Projects
Sri Lanka • Forest management and biomass power generation project
48,000 t/yr Fuelwood 40,000 Gwh/yr 2,400,000 $/yr 1,600 ha Plantation 2,500 t Straw 42,000 t Foliage Option 1 2,500 t 700,000 l Milk 175,000 $/yr Organic Fertilizer 670 t Urea eq./yr 121,000 $/yr 625 Cows Option 2 39,500 t 3,400 t Dung Option 2 Option 3 Organic Fertilizer 740 t Urea eq./yr 133,000 $/yr Digester Option 3 Total National Saving 3,158,000 $/yr 2,400,000 cubic metre. Biogas 1,400 t Diesel eq./yr 336,000 $/yr 42.900 t Effluent 1,370 t Urea eq./yr 247,000 $/yr Sri Lanka Showcase PPP Project(1) • The Dendro Power Benefits Cycle
Fuel-Based Electricity 40,000 GWh/yr 2,400,000 $/yr 1600 ha Plantation Transport Fuel 1,400 t Diesel eq./yr 336,000 $/yr Organic Fertilizer 1,370 t Urea eq./yr 247,000 $/yr Milk 700,000 l/yr 175,000 $/yr Imports 4,000 GWh/yr 400 t/yr 500,000 l/yr 1,900 t/yr Potential 40,000 GWh/yr 1,370 t/yr 700,000 l/yr 1,400 t/yr Potential Import 1.40 = 10 3.43 0.74 Sri Lanka Showcase PPP Project(2) • Composition of Imports Replacement Potential
Indonesia • Micro hydro in tea plantation
Korea • Utilization of landfill gas for electricity generation and district heating energy source
Japan • Incentive Program for Residential Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Energy Project
Pakistan • Wind Energy Pilot Project. Government of Pakistan (GoP) approves NEPRA (National Electric Power Regulatory Authority) in conjunction with AEDB (Alternative Energy Development Board) to embark on a 10MW pilot R&D Wind Farm Project.
Korea & Mongolia • Renewable Energy using hybrid solar and wind power system called Solawin
Fact Sheet on GEEP Project Site: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Capacity: Wind Power 30 kW, PV 80 kW Area: 3.3 million square meter Objective:- Expand the Solawin concept to create a forest and culture theme park leading ultimately to reforestation to combat creeping desertification Phase 1: May 2007 to April 2009. Construction of Arboretum and International Friendship Centre. Two locations identified. Phase 2: May 2009 to April 2047. Expand to additional 10 locations in Inner Mongolia and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Future Action Plan for GEEP • Implement GEEP Project as a WEC flagship projectfor the Asia-Pacific & S. Asia Region • -Establish a Committee under WEC auspices to monitor results of GEEP • -Develop GEEP Project into a commercial model and promote replication for other economies • - Establish a regional fund dedicated to support efforts to combat desertification
Future Expansion Plan • Phase 1: InnerMongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, one location per each area • Phase 2: Mongolia, Gobi Desert, Inner Mongolia (10 locations) 1 phase plan area 2 phase plan area