Support for development of Solar Parks

Session 3 – Using Public Resources to Leverage Private Capital Asia Clean Energy Forum 2011 Manila, 22 June 2011

Len George Energy Specialist South Asia Department Asian Development Bank

Satoshi Fukushima Energy Specialist
South Asia Department

Asian Development Bank

22 June 2011 Asia Clean Energy Forum Manila, Philippines

ADB ENERGY POLICY 2009
Objective
To help DMCs provide reliable, adequate and affordable energy for inclusive growth in a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable way
• • • • • Support renewable energy development Promote knowledge management Advocate technology transfer and deployment Encourage private sector participation to enhance efficiency Collaborate with development partners

ASIA SOLAR ENERGY INITIATIVE
Salient Features
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Catalyze 3,000 MW of Solar Power Asia Pacific Solar Forum – Knowledge Platform

Solar Program in India
Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) was unveiled to support solar power development by 2022

Phase 1 (2010-2013) Grid 1,100 MW Off Grid 200 MW

Phase 2 (2014-2017) Grid 4,000 MW Off Grid 1000 MW

Phase 3
(2018-2022) Grid 20,000 MW Off Grid 2000 MW

Source: JNNSM Document, GoI Phase 2 and 3 figures are cumulative

ADB’s lending support for large scale solar

Public Sector lending (solar park related)

Covers infrastructure development including water supply and treatment facilities, power transmission systems within and outside the park, specialized equipment for efficient grid operations etc. Direct loans Credit guarantee facility for banks lending to solar projects (with related capacity building)

Private Sector lending / financial products

TA support for solar parks

Technical Assistance (TA) (Solar Parks)*
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Overall concept Master plans, site assessment, phasing plans Engineering studies Institutional arrangements, business plan and investment models Socio-economic studies, environmental and resettlement plans Consultation among stakeholders Capacity building

* Some activities by partner institutions

SARD’s support for solar power in India
Central Level

• Implementation Support for JNNSM
• Possible demo CSP Projects under JNNSM • Possible non sovereign CSP Project • Credit lines for solar power financing State Level

• Gujarat Solar Park (Transmission Evacuation)
• TA for preparatory work for Rajastan Solar Park • Capacity Development for ICASET at IIT Rajasthan
JNNSM: Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission ICASET: International Center for Application of Solar Energy Technologies IIT: Indian Institute of Technology

Gujarat Solar Park (India)
Developers
Just put solar power generation systems
500MW of both Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) in 2,000 ha area. Vocational Training for Solar Park TA

Gujarat Solar Park
GPCL prepares basic infrastructures
Studying Smart Grid TA

GETCO constructs transmission systems for evacuation.

$100 million Loan
GPCL: Gujarat Power Corp. Ltd. GETCO: Gujarat Energy Transmission Corp. Ltd.

ADB Loan Gujarat Solar Transmission Project
Executing Agency: GETCO Gujarat Solar Park
Under Ground Cable within the Park Transmission Lines for Evacuation

Substation

Total Project Cost: Approximately $150 million ADB Loan: $100 million

ADB TA Gujarat Solar Park
Gujarat Solar Park
Vocational Training for Solar Park
 To

support local people to get operation and maintenance job for Solar Park and transmission  Electrical and mechanical engineering  Administrative and Computer literacy

Substation
Studying Smart Grid
 To

Existing Grid

mitigate output fluctuation of the Solar Park  Voltage Regulations  Power Storage Batteries  Protection Scheme  Solar Power Prediction etc.

For further details, please contact:
Yongping Zhai Naoki Sakai Director, Energy Division, South Asia Department yzhai@adb.org Senior Climate Change Specialist, Energy Division, South Asia Department nsakai@adb.org Energy Specialist, Energy Division, South Asia Department lgeorge@adb.org

Len George -

Satoshi Fukushima - Energy Specialist, Energy Division, South Asia Department sfukushima@adb.org

Thank you!!!

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