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DISEM Financing. Salah Hannachi President of EnerSol -WSEF 2012 September 4 th. Outline. Introduction Proposal of a vision Poverty reduction DISEM mission DISEM stakeholders DISEM fund raising. Introduction. Keys to succeful financing Good vision

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disem financing

DISEM Financing

SalahHannachi

President of EnerSol-WSEF 2012

September 4th

outline
Outline
  • Introduction
  • Proposal of a vision
  • Poverty reduction
  • DISEM mission
  • DISEM stakeholders
  • DISEM fund raising
introduction
Introduction

Keys to succeful financing

Good vision

Good activity agenda (research, training etc..)

Good targeting of stakeholders

Good acceptance (marketing)

Renewable energy acceptance

Good acceptance

Energy strategy

Job creation (value chain)

Sustainable development

Technology access and ownership (R&D)

introduction3

1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006

Introduction

Fossil Energy Futures

Cost ($/barrel)

Demand

Production(millions of barrels/day)

Production

introduction4
Introduction

CO2 emissions

introduction5
Introduction

CO2 Concentration and Surface Temperature

CO2 Concentration Average Surface Temperature

introduction6
Introduction

Desertification

Need for a global energy paradigm shift

tunisia s record
Tunisia’s record
  • More than 30 years of R&D in RE&EE and transportation
    • Production
      • 1977: Preparation of the Tunisian research program on Solar Energy
      • 1982: Installation of scientific equipment (Thermal Solar, Desalination, PV, Wind , and Biomass.
      • 1990: Production of the first PV cell in Tunisia and in Africa with an average yield of 11 % (14.5% in 1992)
      • 2002: Seminar with UNIDO on export PV industry in Tunisia
    • Energy transportation
      • 1990: Superconducting
  • More than 400 researchers and 600 doctoral students in Tunisia,
  • Many Tunisians working on Renewable Energy in the USA, Europe, and Japan.
poverty reduction
Poverty reduction

Residential

Industrial

slide15

DISEM Mission

  • Data Center
  • Knowledge Platform
  • Internships
  • Coordination
  • Grounding for relevance
  • Interface
  • Fund raising
slide16

DISEM stakeholders

  • Stakeholders:
  • Fund providers
      • National
      • Bilateral
      • Multilateral
      • Civil society
      • Revenue generating activities
  • Research and Academic institutions
  • Industry and R&D
  • Policy makers
  • Civil society organizations
  • General public
slide17

DISEM fund raising

Fund Providers

DISEM

Industry and Policy

Research and Training Centers

slide18

Models for DISEM

  • AIMS (American Institute for Maghrebi studies
    • CEMAT (Centre d’EtudesMaghrebinesaTunis)
    • CEMA (Centre d”EtudesMaghrebines en Algerie)
    • TALIM (Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies
  • IRMC (Institut de recherche sur le Maghreb Contemporain) - Tunis
introduction8

1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006

Introduction

Fossil Energy Futures

Cost ($/barrel)

Demand

Production(millions of barrels/day)

Production

introduction9
Introduction

CO2 emissions

introduction10
Introduction

CO2 emissions

introduction11
Introduction

CO2 Concentration and Surface Temperature

CO2 Concentration Average Surface Temperature

introduction12
Introduction

Desertification

Need for a global energy paradigm shift

introduction13
Introduction

IEA/G8 Task8 reports

  • OCDE representation
  • 10 year - mission:1999 – 2009
  • 3 reports: 2003, 2007, and 2009
  • Conclusions :
    • Energy from the desert
    • VLSPV (Very Large Scale PV)
    • Water solution
    • Imperative of a holistic vision
  • Global Initiatives
    • DESERTEC
    • SSB (Sahara Solar Breeder) Plan
    • UHVDC (Ultra High Voltage Direct Current)
    • Superconductivity
introduction18
Introduction

Economies of scale

introduction20
Introduction

Solar energy is a reliable complement to conventional energy

objective
Objective

To show that Solar Energy is not only an energetic strategy but a multidimensional strategy

  • Job creation strategy
  • R&D strategy
  • Environment protection strategy
  • National energetic strategy
  • Industrial and commercial strategy
  • Disperse Power Production strategy
r d strategy
R&D strategy
  • More than 30 years of R&D in RE&EE and transportation
    • Production
      • 1977: Preparation of the Tunisian research program on Solar Energy
      • 1982: Installation of scientific equipment (Thermal Solar, Desalination, PV, Wind , and Biomass.
      • 1990: Production of the first PV cell in Tunisia and in Africa with an average yield of 11 % (14.5% in 1992)
      • 2002: Seminar with UNIDO on export PV industry in Tunisia
    • Energy transportation
      • 1990: Superconducting
  • More than 400 researchers and 600 doctoral students in Tunisia,
  • Many Tunisians working on Renewable Energy in the USA, Europe, and Japan.
industrial and commercial strategy
Industrial and commercial strategy
  • National framework:
    • Prosol 1&2
    • Prosolelec
    • Tunisian Solar Plan (PST)
  • EUMENA framework
    • ELMED
    • MEDGRIG
  • African framework:
    • Many poor African countries having already the grid parity
disperse power production strategy
Disperse Power Production strategy
  • Off grid / On grid stations
  • Rural Development
  • Fight against poverty
  • Stand alone power stations
  • Smart grids