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Renewable energy projects in jordan

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The presentation tackles Jordan's renewable energy projects, progress and regulatory framework. It was presented at the "Expert workshop on Quality Assurance of PV Power"

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Renewable energy projects in jordan

  1. 1. Expert Workshop on Quality Assurance of PV Power Plants Cairo, Egypt 14 December 2015 Renewable Energy Projects in Jordan Eng. Yacoub Marar Head of Solar Energy Section Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources JORDAN
  2. 2. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  High dependency on imported energy (97%)  High cost of imported energy (18% of GDP 2014)  High annual growth of primary energy demand (5%)  High annual growth of electricity demand (7%). Figures of the Jordan Energy Sector
  3. 3. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Total Installed Capacity: 4100 MW Peak Load: 3300 MW Per Capita Electricity Consumption: 2235 KWh Total Electricity Generation: 17261 GWh Total Electricity Consumption : 14564 GWh Renewables Contribution to Electricity: 4% Key Figures of the Jordan Electricity Sector
  4. 4. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources The Energy Mix in Jordan (2010 – 2020) 2010 2020 Domestic Resources 39%, Imported 61%Domestic Resources 3%, Imported 97% Oil Products 61% Renewable 2%Imported Electricity 1% N. Gas 36% Imported Electricity 1% Renewable 10% Oil Products 40% N. Gas 29% Nuclear 6% Oil Shale 14% Jordan Energy Strategy
  5. 5. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Jordan is at the right path A target of 10% of renewable energy input into the energy mix by 2020 is set in the National Energy Strategy, mainly aiming for about 800MW of Wind Energy and 800MW of Solar Energy.
  6. 6. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Law was passed as a permanent Law in 2012 and amended in 2014. Regulatory Framework  This law allows investors to identify and develop grid- connected electricity production projects through the so called unsolicited or direct proposal submission.  The Bylaw of Direct Proposals of Renewable Energy Projects has been issued in Mid 2015.
  7. 7. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  A well-founded reference price list (ceiling prices) for different Renewable technologies was set by the EMRC . Regulatory Framework  Net- Metering for small RE Systems (Roof Tops) with Fixed Purchase Prices for Excess Power.  Tax Incentive regime, a By-Law was issued on Tax exemptions for RE and EE systems and Equipment.
  8. 8. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Grid Expansion and Reinforcement Plans are ongoing (Green Corridor Project).  The Jordan Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fund has been established, which aims to channel financial resources to that end. Regulatory Framework
  9. 9. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Renewable Energy Development Schemes About 135 MW of Wind and Solar PV projects are already operational in Jordan, in addition to 35 MW of small scale Net- Metering projects. Another 900 MW are currently under construction & development (plus 30 MW of Net-Metering). We follow a 4-tracks-approach to develop renewables:  Direct Proposals  Competitive Bidding  EPC Turn-Key  Small Scale RE Schemes (Net Metering)
  10. 10. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Operational Projects Direct Proposals Scheme/ Round 1: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information & Current Status 1 Wind 117 MW Tafila • BOO Project for Jordan Wind Company (JWPC). VESTAS machines. • Project Agreements along with the successful financial closure have been completed by the end of 2013 • COD by 16 September 2015. 2 PV Solar 10 MW Mafraq • BOO for the local PV manufacturing company “Philadelphia-Solar”. • Connected to distribution company. • COD by 22 October 2015.
  11. 11. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Tafila Wind Project (JWPC)
  12. 12. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Philadelphia 10 MW Solar PV Project at Mafraq
  13. 13. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Operational Projects Spanish Grants: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information & Current Status 3 PV Solar 5 MW Azraq • Debt Swap Grant & Soft loan. • EPC projects, awarded to Spanish companies • operational since Mid April 2015
  14. 14. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Azraq Solar PV Projects
  15. 15. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Projects Under Construction Gulf Grant: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information & Current Status 1 Wind 80 MW Maan • Funded through a Grant from the “Kuwait Fund For Arab Economic Development” • EPC project, awarded to the Spanish company “Elecnor”, using GAMESA machines. • Operational by End of 2016.
  16. 16. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Ma’an Wind Project
  17. 17. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Projects Under Construction Direct Proposals Scheme/ Round 1: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information 2 Direct Proposal Round 1/ PV Solar 200 MW total 10 projects in Maan Area , 1 in Aqaba, 1 in Mafraq • (12) PV solar proposals were received in March 2013 with total capacity of (200) MW. • PPAs signed in March 2014. • reached Financial Close in May 2015 • To be operational end 2015/2016
  18. 18. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Projects Under Development Direct Proposals Scheme/ Round 1: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information 1 Direct Proposal Round 1/ Wind 230 MW 3 projects in the South, and 1 project in the North. • Proposals have been submitted by 30/09/2014 • PPA signed for one project, the other 3 under PPA signing. • Operational in 2018 2 Wind 89 MW Fujeij / Shobak • On 30 November 2014, KEPCO submitted a direct proposal for this project • Currently under PPA signing. • Operational in 2018
  19. 19. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Projects Under Development Direct Proposals Scheme/ Round 2: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information & Current Status 3 PV Solar 200 MW total (50 MW each) North, East and Middle Jordan • (45) MOUs were signed with short listed PV bidders. • (34) Proposals were submitted by 10 February 2015. • Encouraging prices were proposed. • PPAs signed for 2 projects, the other 2 under PPA signing. • To be operational by end of 2017.
  20. 20. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Projects Under Development Gulf Grants: # Type Capacity Location Project(s) Information & Current Status 4 PV Solar 65 – 100 MW Al Quweira/ Aqaba • EPC Project. • Funded by Abu Dhabi Fund • 15 Bidders were qualified • 7 proposals were received by the deadline (26 July 2015). • To be awarded before end of 2015. • To be operational by 2017.
  21. 21. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources  Small scale consumers has been given the opportunity to generate their own electricity and sell the extra (if any) to the distribution utilities at a fixed tariff.  This covers consumers from different sectors like residential, industrial, commercial, agricultural…etc.  More than 2000 Applications received so far by DisCos.  Currently about 35 MW installed capacity (rooftop systems)  Another 30 MW Approved applications. Small Scale RE Projects
  22. 22. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Template Contractual Documents (Transparent Process – Minimum Risk- Less cost)  Instructions for developing RE projects (IRPP)  Prequalification requirements  Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)  Land Lease Agreement  Government Guarantee Agreement
  23. 23. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Quality Assurance of PV Power Plants The PV Plant shall be designed to achieve a high level of reliability through component redundancy, quality construction implementation, quality equipment selection, and PV Plant maintainability and operability. The bidder shall provide a quality assurance manual applicable to the design, procurement, construction, commissioning and testing of the PV Plant.  Instructions & Requirements for BOO Projects: - Direct Proposal Submission - Competitive Tenders  Instructions & Requirements for EPC Projects
  24. 24. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Technical Requirements for Solar PV Projects The work shall be performed according to the Good Utility Practice with good standards of prudence applicable to the international electricity generation industry which would have been expected to accomplish the desired result at lowest reasonable cost consistent with reliability, safety and expedition. All equipment shall be newly manufactured by reputable manufacturers, shall be of proven design for the intended use of the equipment.  Design Requirements: The Plant shall be designed, manufactured, erected and configured in such a way that it will achieve high availability and reliability with minimum power production costs. All parts of the Plant must be suitable in every respect for a maximum efficient use of the Site.
  25. 25. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Technical Requirements for Solar PV Projects  Environmental impact requirements: The bidder shall provide, operate and maintain the Plant to meet all applicable environmental regulations, environmental standards and stipulations of Jordan, shall achieve water pollution control requirements, soil contamination control, and permissible noise levels, shall do full Environmental Impact Assessment Study (EIA) according to Jordanian Laws and Regulations.  Operational requirements : The design of the entire Plant shall ensure certain operation requirements: to guarantee certain power factor, to be operated in accordance to the highest possible load conditions, to have no negative impact on the electrical network frequency and voltage, to comply with the specified conditions, etc.
  26. 26. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Technical Requirements for Solar PV Projects  Electrical grid connection requirements: The Connection Conditions for the plant have to comply with the Grid Code for Photovoltaic Power Plants connected to the high voltage level in Jordan. The bidder shall provide NEPCO with System Impact Study, Network Model and Power Plant Model, Transient Analysis and Power Quality Studies.
  27. 27. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Codes and Standards In general, the bidder shall ensure that the engineering, design, construction, testing etc. of all PV Plant components, including all auxiliary facilities and systems, are in accordance with internationally recognized standards and codes in their latest edition as well as with the Jordanian standards:  International Standards: ISO – IEC  National Standards: ANSI, BSI, DIN, EN, JAPS
  28. 28. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Codes and Standards  General: - IEC 60364 (all parts), Low-voltage electrical installations - IEC 61936-1, Power installations exceeding 1 kV a.c. - IEC 60071, Insulation co-ordination - IEC 60068, Environmental testing  PV installation: - IEC 60364-7-712:2002, Electrical installations - EN 50521:2008 Connectors for PV systems -IEC 60228, 60364-1,60332-1-2, 60754-1 and -2, 61034, TÜV approval 2Pfg1169: cable design and wiring for the electrical infrastructure and Connection Infrastructure -IEC 62109-1 and IEC 62109-2: Safety of power converters for use in photovoltaic power systems
  29. 29. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Codes and Standards  PV Modules: - IEC 61215, IEC 61730, IEC 60068‐2‐68  Inverters: - IP20, IP54, IEC 62109-2, IEC 61000-6-2, IEC 61000-6-4  Power transformers: - IEC 60076, IEC 60085, IP20, IP54  Commissioning and documentation: - IEC 60364-6, Low-voltage electrical installations -IEC 62446, Grid connected photovoltaic systems for system documentation, commissioning tests and inspection
  30. 30. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Codes and Standards  HV + MV Switchgear: -IEC 62271, High-voltage switchgear and control gear -IEC 60376, for use in electrical equipment -HD 620 Distribution cables with extruded insulation  LV System: -IEC 61439, IEC 60439, IEC 60947, Low-voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies  Grounding and lightning protection: -IEC 60364 (4-41), IEC 60364 (5-54), IEC 61140, IEC 61936-1, IEC 62305 (all parts), Protection against lightning, IEC 60099 Surge arresters  EMC: - IEC 61000, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
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