REEEP A PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE MICROGERAR

3RD SEMINAR AND EXHIBITION ON DISTRIBUTED MICROGENERATION
May 22-23, 2012 Hotel Brasilia Imperial

REEEP boosts the market for renewables and energy efficiency in developing countries and emerging markets
•  Market  facilitator  by  reducing  market  barriers  for  renewables   and  energy  efficiency  systems  through  focus  on:  
  policy/regula:on  development  and  improvement     finance  and  business  models  

•  Driven  by  a  bo.om-­‐up  approach  to  meet  the  real  needs  on   the  ground   •  Works  with  governments  and  with  the  private  sector   •  Commi@ed  improve  access  to  sustainable  clean  energy  for   the  poor   •  Combines  the  benefits  of  renewables  and  energy  efficiency  

REEEP  comprises  400  Partners  &  5454  Friends  

Partners  include:   ↘  45  governments    (yellow  on  the  map)   ↘  171  businesses   ↘  Key  development  banks  and  internaJonal  organizaJons  
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REEEP  has  funded  150  projects,  with  focus  on  BRICS  

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↘  €14.4  million  REEEP  funding  plus   Projects  covering  more  than  one  country  are  counted  in  each.   ↘  €29.4  million  co-­‐funding  leveraged   ↘  MARKET  CONTEXT:  cumulaJve  GHG  avoided  to  2030  -­‐  56  billion  tons  CO2e  (esJmate)  
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Regional Secretariats are hosted by strong local advocates

InternaJonal     Secretariat  

Regional  Secretariat       East  Asia  

CREIA  

ECOWAS  
Regional  Focal  Point       West  Africa  

Regional  Secretariat       LaJn  America  &  Caribbean  

OAS  

Regional  Secretariat       South  Asia  

TERI  

Regional  Secretariat       Southern  Africa  

SANEDI  

Regional  Secretariat       Southeast  Asia  Pacific  

CEC  

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Regional Secretariat for LAC hosted by the OAS

•  Organiza:on  of  American  States  
  34  member  states     Strengthen  democracy     Defend  regional  interests     Debate  major  issues  

•  Execu:ve  Secretariat  for  Integral  Development  
  Department  of  Sustainable  Development  
  Division  of  Energy  and  Climate  Change  Mi:ga:on  
  LAC  REEEP  Regional  Secretariat  

Regional Secretariat for LAC hosted by the OAS
•  Support  to  REEEP  project  coordinators  

  Guidance  regarding  REEEP  processes     Support  to  the  implementa:on  of  projects  with  grant  resources  from   REEEP     Review  and  comment  on  project  repor:ng  

•  Support  to  Interna:onal  Secretariat  
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Point  of  entry  to  the  region   Organiza:on  of  events   Regional  outlook  on  energy   Promo:on  of  REEEP  products  and  services  

•  Support  to  governments  in  the  Americas  in  advancing  RE/EE  

REEEP is deeply rooted in a collaborative approach
Strategic  alliances   Ongoing  acJviJes   UN  processes  
CTC+N  

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Transparent and efficient program processes – from tender to contract in 6 months

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REEEP’s  150+  projects  to  date  are  evenly  split  by  theme  and  sector  

Funding  by  theme  (policy/finance)  

Funding  by  sector  (RE/EE)  

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 Increase

energy access for isolated communities in the Amazon region
 Independent

and locally managed micro-power producers with income generating energy use supplying ninety families
 Project

Partner: Winrock

Amazonia Energy Initiative

 Disseminating  Installation

the use of efficient cook stoves in Ceará of 200 efficient stoves and leveraging of funding for 25000 additional cook stoves as of 2012
 Work

with Ceará state government to develop a dissemination model for efficient cook stoves
 Project

partner: IDER

Strengthen dissemination of efficient cook stoves in northeast Brazil

 Support

the development of a framework for wind power in Brazil, creating the conditions for a new industry
 Conduct

comprehensive study on policy framework
 Cooperate

closely with leading legislators, stakeholders and the Energy Ministry
 Project

partner: Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)

Legislative framework for wind energy in Brazil

 Educação

das crianças, adolescentes, e adultos em energias renováveis, eficiência energética e conservação de energia

Learning Center for Distributed Generation

REEEP Projects in Brazil
Web-Based Tools to Estimate RE Production and GHG Reductions from Biodigestion of Animal Waste
•  Partner: Winrock •  Computer based tool for small and mid size animal farms to estimate biogas and electricity production from animal dung, technical requirements, GHG reduction and financial viability.

Brazil Solar Water Heating and Energy Efficiency Development

•  Parner: USINAZUL •  Promote the use of SWH in low-income households through long-term finance at the construction stage of a home.

Promoting Local Biogas Use for Sustainable Development in Brazil

•  Partner: ICLEI •  Enable methane recovery projects and policies to regulate solid waste disposal systems and waste water treatment plants to generate energy from recovered methane.

REEEP Projects in Brazil and Mexico
Country: Brazil Hybrid Finance for RE in •  Partner: LaGuardia Foundation financing as a tool for Small-Scale Value-Added •  Demonstrate the value of RE contributing to opening rural economic development, thus a new Agriculture market for distributed renewable energy.

Toward the Creation of a Cap and Trade Market for the Mexican Auto Industry Low enthalpy geothermal projects for power generation

•  Partner: CTS Mexico Country: Mexico •  Provide the National Institute of Ecology with a comprehensive economic analysis of the cap and trade scheme it proposes for the Mexican automobile industry.

•  Partner: Energy Regulatory Commission Country: Mexico •  Define actions to promote geothermal projects under the new Renewable Energy Use and Financing for the Energy Transition Act.

Clean energy transformation is challenging   No  single  best  solu:on.       Solu:ons  must  be  tailored   to  na:onal  needs  and   condi:ons     Government  plays  a  major  role     Small  and  medium-­‐sized   enterprises  (SMEs)  can  play  a   pivotal  role  in  the  spread  of   clean  energy  on  the  ground  

Photo:  freedigitalphotos.net  

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The process itself matters very much
  Key  stakeholders  must  be   engaged  and  suppor:ve  of   project     M&E  of  project  impact  is  cri:cal     Knowledge  management  is   cri:cal     Project  outputs   disseminated:  toolkits,   website,  etc.     Stories  on  projects,  themes     Technology  driven  by  local   needs  
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Photo:  gregsawin.files.wordpress.com  

Finance related lessons
  RE  &  EE  finance  is  available,  but   hampered  upon  delivery     More  financial  ins:tu:ons,  loan   products  and  risk  mi:ga:on   tools  are  needed  to  bridge   delivery  gap  to  end  user  
Photo:  freedigitalphotos.net  

  Microfinance  can  play  a  key   role,  but  transac:on  costs,  long   term  finance,  risk  management   must  be  addressed  
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clean energy information portal

 www.reegle.info  

 

  tool  for  finding  the  best  informa:on  on  RE  and  EE       all  informa:on  comes  from  selected,  high-­‐quality  sources       comprehensive  country  energy  profiles  provide  one   dossier  on  policies,  regula:ons,  projects  and  overall   energy  sta:s:cs     climate  thesaurus  maps  out  seman:cally  related  terms     Global  databases  of  RE  &  EE  stakeholders  
Languages   Visitor  numbers   Sources   Data  sets   English,  Spanish  and  French   220,000  users/month   More  than  550  high  quality  sources  included  =>  more  than  600,000  documents  can  be  found  via  reegle   >  1700  Stakeholders  and  Actors   >  240  Country  Profiles   >  100  Policy  and  Regulatory  Reviews  

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REEEP – Flexible, Fast, Focused
  Robust  track  record  of  130+  market   transforming  projects  and  projects   facilita:ng  access  to  clean  energy,  with   90%  success  rate   Flexible  in  meeJng  specific  country  or   regional  needs  and  promo:ng  innova:ve   approaches  which  would  not  get  funded   otherwise   Fast  reacJon  on  opportuniJes:  maximum   6  months  from  iden:fica:on  to   implementa:on     Technology  and  methodology  neutral,   following  a  best-­‐for-­‐customer  approach   Amplified  impact  through  sharing  of     learnings  and  REEEP  awareness  and   capacity-­‐building  acJviJes  on  a  regional   and  global  level  

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REEEP funding: register as Friend of REEEP to keep informed
•  REEEP  issues  a  call  for  project   proposals  every  12-­‐18  months   •  Proposals  support  REEEP’s   mission  of  promo:ng  RE/EE   through:     policy  and  regula:on  design     finance  and  business  models   •  To  be  informed:       Register  as  a  Friend  of  REEEP   on  www.reeep.org       Opt  for  NewsREEEP  to  receive   regular  updates  and  official   announcements  

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WWW.REEEP.ORG
THANK YOU!
JUAN CRUZ MONTICELLI
SENIOR ENERGY SPECIALIST DEPARTMENT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES

Tel.: +1 (202) 458-3745 e-mail: jmonticelli@oas.org

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