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Road Map and Investment Financing Prospectus. Peter Hoogland, November 22 2013. PRESENTATION OUTLINE. What is the Road Map and Prospectus? Why is it important? What are the components of the Road Map and Prospectus? What is our approach and process for its development?.

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Road Map and Investment Financing Prospectus

Peter Hoogland, November 22 2013

presentation outline
PRESENTATION OUTLINE
  • What is the Road Map and Prospectus?
  • Why is it important?
  • What are the components of the Road Map and Prospectus?
  • What is our approach and process for its development?
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What is the Road Map and Prospectus?

The Government’s vision, development priorities and target outcomes for achieving universal access by 2030

  • Universal access to electricity by 2030

Goal

  • Clear targets, intermediate goals and milestones to measure progress
  • Integrated, sector-wide approach (grid and off-grid)

Path

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Why is it important?

Road Map and Prospectus

It’s all about realization…

Many Players

One Team

One Plan

Actions

Vision

Sector wide least cost plan

Institutional Framework

Universal Access by 2030

Sustainable Financing Package

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What is the content of the Road Map and Prospectus?
  • Government’s goal and targets
  • Geospatial rollout plan for the distribution network

What infrastructure needs to built to connect all customers at the least cost?

  • Technology options for grid extension and off grid
  • Locations and number of households requiring connections
  • Least-cost priority order for new connections
  • Total costs (investment and recurrent)

This is the work being done by the Columbia University team

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What is the content of the Road Map and Prospectus?
  • Required institutional framework

…delivering the right

  • Policies
  • Regulations
  • Implementation arrangements
  • Business models for service provision

It defines

  • Roles
  • Responsibilities
  • Accountabilities…

We will discuss this further this afternoon

  • A sustainable financing platform and a bankable prospectus

These last two tasks are being carried out by the Castalia team

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What is the content of the Road Map and Prospectus?
  • Technical assistance and capacity building plan to ensure successful implementation of the program:
    • Delivering the program is a step change in capacity over current connection rates
  • A results monitoring plan to track, measure and update the program
    • How are we tracking against the targets?
    • What lessons are we learning?
    • How do we update the program?
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What is the Investment Prospectus?

2. Investment funding requirements for each year of the rollout program and the potential sources of funds?

1. Projects – from rollout for 2015 to 2020

3. Financing gap – how to cover the gap between costs and revenues

4. Syndication of financing – grants, loans, government budget, equity, and technical assistance

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Funding requirements

The funding for the capital investment and the required technical assistance will be large. Potential sources are:

  • Utilities
    • Government
    • Private sector
    • Donors

This funding will be determined in consultation with stakeholders

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The financing gap

Revenues include connection costs and tariff income

Costs include recurrent costs and any cost of capital

Significant increases in electric access have not been achieved without some Government support to bridge the financing gap

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Bridging the financing gap

The options for bridging the financing gap are:

  • Government budget funds
  • Donor grants and concessional loans
  • Cross-subsidies within the sector
  • Cross-subsidies from outside the sector
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Government financial support
  • Commercial Viability
    • Service providers (public or private) must be viable for the rollout to be sustainable
  • Customer Affordability
    • Electricity must be affordable to all for universal access to be achieved

The government must ensure both commercial viability and affordability for success…

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Examples from other countries

Kenya

Investment prospectus includes a sector wide approach

Distribution investments are linked with generation and transmission

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Examples from other countries

Investment prospectus includes a sector wide approach

Rwanda

Generation, transmission, and distribution costs are all part of the total investment plan

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Our approach and process

The Road Map and Prospectus is the Government’s plan . The Government heads a collaborative and evolving process

Goal and targets

Develop least-cost roll out plan

Develop institutional framework

Develop funding requirements

Develop financing framework

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Summary

Two key messages, the Roadmap and Prospectus is more than a plan….

  • Integrated sector wide program—not just a list of individual projects
  • An action plan with enablers that ensure the realization of the vision of universal access

Many Players

One Team

One Plan

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Contact us
  • 36 - 38 Young Street
  • SYDNEY 2000
  • Australia
  • T: +61 9231 6862
  • Peter.Hoogland@castalia-advisors.com
  • www.castalia-advisors.com