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Boukhalfa Yaici, Cevital Energies Renouvelables

MENA Regional Concentrated Solar Power Scale-Up Program Tunis, October 21-22, 2009


1. Industrial perspective from Cevital’s side

• Current situation
• Opportunities 2. Desertec Industrial Initiative: • • • Focus on the activities in the field of power generation on the sunand wind as sources of energy Creating the political framework Benefits for all

Industrial perspectives from Cevital’s side

Current situation
General aspects: From food processing to industrial sectors
• • • US $ 2 billion in 2008 7,400 people Two digits rate growth since 1999.

Industrial aspects: More than 20 subsidairies

• Float-glass lines (2007: 600 T/d; 2010: 800 T/d) Concretefab; Construction

Energy: a new sector
• • • 2x25 MW cogeneration power plant (December 2009) 1x17 MW electrical power plant (February 2010) 3 MW CSP pilot plant (2012)

Industrial perspectives from Cevital’s side

Opportunities Algeria:  Huge solar radiation  Close to Europe  Comparative advantages Cevital:  Local manufacturing: Solar mirrors, collectors  Construction: Civil work,engineering  Power plant: Operating & Maintenance

Source: REMAP. Delivrable 3.1., January 09

The deserts represent the largest but least exploited source of clean energy on earth
Thrilling scientific theory

“Within 6 hours, deserts receive more energy from the sun than humankind
Required CSP collector area necessary to meet the world’s energy need in 2005

consumes within a year.”Dr. Gerhard Knies (Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the DESERTEC Foundation)



The DESERTEC concept (I)

Origin and Vision  Developed by the Club of Rome’s TREC Initiative (Transmediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation)  Vision: Providing Europe (EU), the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) with a sustainable supply of renewable energy by the year 2050


The DESERTEC concept (II)

Basic assumptions and facts

 „ ources of renewable energy are abundant S  „ ESERTEC mainly aims to make use of solar energy from the deserts, the D biggest energy resource available on earth  „ More than 90 % of the world‘s population are living in areas that are less than 3.000 km away from deserts and thus could be supplied with clean power

 „DESERTEC offers an integrated solution for a variety of mankind‘s key future problems: Climate change, lack of energy, lack of drinking water, further economic development for MENA



The DESERTEC concept (III)

Feasibility studies MED-CSP (2005) Concentrating Solar Power for the Mediterranean Region focuses on the electricity and water supply
Commissioned by

TRANS-CSP(2006) Trans-Mediterranean interconnection for Concentrating Solar Power focuses on the interconnection of the electricity grid of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa (EUMENA) with the purpose of supplying about 15% of the European electricity demand by solar energy imports from the South by the year 2050 AQUA-CSP (2007) Concentrating Solar Power for Seawater Desalination analyses the potential ofconcentrating solar thermal power technology for seawater desalination in the Middle East and North Africa



The DESERTEC concept forms the basis of the Desertec Industrial Initiative (DII)
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

 12 companies and the DESERTEC Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding.

 The objective of this initiative is to analyse and develop thetechnical, economic, political, social and ecological framework for carbon-free power generation in the deserts of North Africa.



The DII has the overall mission to put the DESERTEC concept into practice
Mission of DII

The mission* of the DII is to accelerate the roll-out of the DESERTEC concept with the target of supplying EUMENA with power produced from sun and wind as...
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