Clean Energy Investments and Partnerships to Power Development

Report
Clean energy investments and
partnerships to power Nigeria’s
development
NDFF 2013
3–5 June, Washington
Amina Salihu
[email protected]
The premise
 Sustainable development is panacea
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to long term transformation of
communities
 Economic indicators must prove that
lives are really changed for the better
 Investment in infrastructure is the
foundation of all development
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Post MDG thinking agrees:
 a practical focus on things like poverty,
hunger, water, sanitation, education and
healthcare. With better focus on reaching the
very poorest and most excluded people…
 More than half of us now live in cities. Private
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investment in developing countries now
dwarfs aid flows.
 The 1.2 billion poorest people account for
only 1 per cent of world consumption while
the billion richest consume 72 per cent.
(IRIN Johannesburg 31 May 2013 posted on www.IRINnews.org)
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Clean Cooking
Energy and how
investing in
infrastructure can
change lives
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The Energy Options
Electricity
Solar
Wind
Hydro
Wood/charcoal
Gas
Agricultural waste
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Source: http://blog.lnsresearch.com
Nigeria Energy Profile 2005 IIDS report 2008
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Reserves
(BTOE)(1)
4.896
Resource Type
Reserves
Crude Oil
36.0 billion barrels
Natural Gas
Coal & Lignite
Tar Sands
Sub-Total Fossil
Hydropower, Large Scale
Hydropower, Small Scale
Fuelwood
Animal Waste
Crop Residue
Solar Radiation
Wind
166 Trillion SCF(standard cubic feet)
4.465
2.7 billion tonnes
1.882
31 billion barrel of Oil equivalent 4.216
15.459
10,000 MW
734 MW
13,071,464 Hectares(1981 estimate)
61 million tonnes/yr
8.3 million tonnes/yr
3.5 – 7.0 KWh/m2-day
2 – 4 m/s (annual average)
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The Facts
 Smoke from cooking with
wood cause 95,300 deaths,
mostly women and children
in Nigeria every year (WHO)
 Beyond health, increasing
wood use costs poor
families money that can be
used for food, education
and health and contributes
to deforestation.
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Nigeria loses 3% of its forest
cover every year.
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A smokey situation..
 Smoke inhaled from
cooking three meals a
day by traditional 3stone fire is equal to
smoking 3 packets (60
sticks) of cigarettes
 National
target: 20
http://www.cookclean.net/iap.htm
million stoves by 2020
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Source: FMoE REP 2013
A school kitchen
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 Technologies, fuels, equipment
and practices that minimise
adverse health and
environmental impacts
associated with traditional
cooking with firewood.
Envirofit / Joana Roque de Pinho
http://thesocialmarketplace.org
What is clean cooking energy
 Improved and efficient wood,
charcoal burning stoves, cooking
gas, etc.
anticipates cultural affinity for
certain ways of cooking, hence
its adaptability to wood,
kerosene and gas.
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FMoE REP
 Comes in various sizes and
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Naming the Opportunities
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 Technical knowledge: evaluate
energy proposals, carbon credit
system, setting standards for
new products
 Ideas and entrepreneurship: to
set up clean energy plants, bio
fuel- massive waste abound in
Nigeria
 Support to change champions in
government: Jigawa making the
improved stoves with 70,000
made in 4 years ICEED working
to set up an Assembly plant in
Eboyin state to make stoves in
Nigeria
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 Connecting African spaces with
best practice innovations: E.g.
the wonder bag from South
Africa, the Toyola stove from
Ghana
 Partnerships:
Working with
credible foundations that are not
averse to taking risk
 Investment: Private sector
investments in the LPG, supply
chain such as LPG filling plant,
storage facility and distribution
and in power plant is a gap
The Human Foothold: Women and
Energy
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 A social enterprise model to
ensure clean energy reaches
the poor, provides, income and
sustains a demand and
accountability loop is required
 Mobilise women to demand for
higher spending on clean cook
stoves programmes
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Sensitise private, donors and
governments to invest
Source: REP FMoE 2013
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What are the gains
Diversified economy  Begin a reversal of our
3% annual tree cover
Waste to wealth gain loss
Reduce the number  Reduce the present
of women and girls
dying - 95000 every
year (WHO)
unemployment rate of
23.9% (NBS, 2013)
 Earn income from a 20
to 200 billion USD
sector
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Thank you for listening
 Access to clean energy is a problem that
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we can solve as a country. If we get the
right people, right strategies we can put
this behind us and put ourselves on the
world map..
 Kyawon tafiya dawo wa (Hausa)
Ajo
kole dabi’le (Yoruba) – East or West
Home is the best
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