Renewable Energy in North Africa

Renewable Energy in North Africa

Opportunities for Wind and Solar Power Development

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15-Sep-2016
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Africa
Research Code: MC77-01-00-00-00
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The electricity supply industry in Morocco, Egypt, and Algeria is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Economic development and rapid urbanisation in the region have created a market where electricity demand has been growing at an average 6-8%. Thus, the governments of these countries have begun to implement strategies for the development of wind and solar resources. The monopoly of state-owned utilities, localisation of supply chain, tariff regulation, and upgradation of infrastructure to accommodate large renewable power are some of the concerns to be addressed for successful implementation of large-scale renewable projects in the region.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Scope of Study

Introduction

Country Overview

Electricity Sector—Overview

Electricity Market Structure

Key Institutions

Legislative Framework

Electricity Supply Industry

Installed Generation Capacity

Electricity Generation

Future Generation Mix

Renewable Energy—An Introduction

Solar Energy

Solar Data

Solar Power Development Programme—ONE

Wind Energy

Moroccan Wind Energy Programme

Drivers

  • Sustained energy needs over the next decade
  • Rapid urbanization
  • Improving economic conditions
  • Regional power Interconnections

Restraints

  • Import dependency for RE technologies
  • Subsidies in electricity
  • Institutional setup and policy coherence
  • Electricity system stability

Country Overview

Electricity Sector—Overview

Electricity Market Structure

Key Institutions

Legislative Framework

Installed Generation Capacity

Electricity Generation

Future Generation Mix

Renewable Energy—An Introduction

Current Renewable Power Generation Pathways

NREA’s Plans up to 2023

Solar Energy

Solar Data

Solar Energy—Future Developments

Wind Energy

Wind Energy—Potential Sites

Future Wind Power Development

Drivers

Restraints

Country Overview

Electricity Sector—Overview

Electricity Market Structure

Key Institutions

Legislative Framework

Installed Generation Capacity

Electricity Generation

Renewable Energy—An Introduction

Solar Energy

Solar Data

Wind Energy

Drivers

Restraints

Regional Interconnections

Conclusion

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations

List of Organisations

List of Figures
  • 1. Macroeconomic Indicators, Morocco, 2015
  • 2. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Morocco, 2016–2022
  • 3. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Morocco, 2016–2022
  • 4. Macroeconomic Indicators, Egypt, 2015
  • 5. Proposed RE Development by Mechanism and Estimated Investment, Egypt, 2015
  • 6. Future Developments in Solar Power by Mechanism, Egypt, 2016–2023
  • 7. Future Developments in Wind Power by Mechanism, Egypt, 2016–2023
  • 8. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Egypt, 2016–2022
  • 9. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Egypt, 2016–2022
  • 10. Macroeconomic Indicators, Algeria, 2015
  • 11. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Algeria, 2016–2022
  • 12. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Algeria, 2016–2022
List of Charts
  • 1. GDP and GDP Growth, Morocco, 2012–2021
  • 2. Percent Split of Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel, Morocco, 2014
  • 3. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Morocco, 2011–2014
  • 4. Energy Generation by Fuel Type and Electrification Rate, Morocco, 2011–2014
  • 5. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Morocco, 2017, 2020, and 2025
  • 6. Solar Irradiation, Morocco, 2015
  • 7. Electricity Generation Potential, Morocco, 2015
  • 8. Evolution of Wind Power Generation, Morocco, 2000–2015
  • 9. GDP and GDP Growth, Egypt, 2012–2021
  • 10. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Egypt, 2010/11–2014/15
  • 11. Electricity Generation by Fuel Type and Sale, Egypt, 2010/11–2013/2014
  • 12. Percent Split of Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel Type, Egypt, 2020, 2026, 2030, and 2035
  • 13. Percent of Total Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel Type Egypt, 2022
  • 14. Renewable Energy Investment Mechanisms, Egypt, 2016–2023
  • 15. Solar Irradiation, Egypt, 2015
  • 16. Electricity Generation Potential, Egypt, 2015
  • 17. Evolution of Wind Power Generation, Egypt, 2000–2015
  • 18. GDP and GDP Growth, Algeria, 2012–2021
  • 19. Installed Generation Capacity by Generator, Algeria, 2011–2015
  • 20. Installed Generation Capacity (% of total) by Fuel Type, Algeria, 2015
  • 21. Electricity Generation by Fuel Type, Algeria, 2011–2015
  • 22. Solar Irradiation, Algeria, 2015
  • 23. Electricity Generation Potential, Algeria, 2015
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The electricity supply industry in Morocco, Egypt, and Algeria is heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Economic development and rapid urbanisation in the region have created a market where electricity demand has been growing at an average 6-8%. Thus, the governments of these countries have begun to implement strategies for the development of wind and solar resources. The monopoly of state-owned utilities, localisation of supply chain, tariff regulation, and upgradation of infrastructure to accommodate large renewable power are some of the concerns to be addressed for successful implementation of large-scale renewable projects in the region.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Key Findings~ | Scope of Study~ || Scope of Study~ | Introduction~ || Introduction~ | Morocco~ || Country Overview~ || Electricity Sector—Overview~ || Electricity Market Structure~ || Key Institutions~ || Legislative Framework~ || Electricity Supply Industry~ || Installed Generation Capacity~ || Electricity Generation~ || Future Generation Mix~ || Renewable Energy—An Introduction~ || Solar Energy~ || Solar Data~ || Solar Power Development Programme—ONE~ || Wind Energy~ || Moroccan Wind Energy Programme~ || Drivers~ ||| Sustained energy needs over the next decade~ ||| Rapid urbanization~ ||| Improving economic conditions~ ||| Regional power Interconnections~ || Restraints~ ||| Import dependency for RE technologies~ ||| Subsidies in electricity~ ||| Institutional setup and policy coherence~ ||| Electricity system stability~ | Egypt~ || Country Overview~ || Electricity Sector—Overview~ || Electricity Market Structure~ || Key Institutions~ || Legislative Framework~ || Installed Generation Capacity~ || Electricity Generation~ || Future Generation Mix~ || Renewable Energy—An Introduction~ || Current Renewable Power Generation Pathways~ || NREA’s Plans up to 2023~ || Solar Energy~ || Solar Data~ || Solar Energy—Future Developments~ || Wind Energy~ || Wind Energy—Potential Sites~ || Future Wind Power Development~ || Drivers~ ||| Increased electricity demand due to industrialization~ ||| Net metering, FiT, and land access~ ||| Population growth and urbanization~ ||| Reduction of electricity subsidies~ || Restraints~ ||| Grid capacity and technical competence~ ||| Currency convertibility risks in FiT projects~ ||| FiT consistency and default~ ||| Political risk~ | Algeria~ || Country Overview~ || Electricity Sector—Overview~ || Electricity Market Structure~ || Key Institutions~ || Legislative Framework~ || Installed Generation Capacity~ || Electricity Generation~ || Renewable Energy—An Introduction~ || Solar Energy~ || Solar Data~ || Wind Energy~ || Drivers~ ||| Increased electricity demand due to population growth~ ||| Electricity diversification and export potential~ ||| Liberated energy sector~ || Restraints~ ||| Inadequate transmission and distribution infrastructure~ ||| Inadequate electricity framework~ ||| Subsidised electricity tariffs~ | Regional Interconnections~ || Regional Interconnections~ | Conclusion~ || Conclusion~ | The Last Word~ || The Last Word—3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Abbreviations~ || List of Organisations~ | The Frost & Sullivan Story~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Macroeconomic Indicators, Morocco, 2015~ 2. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Morocco, 2016–2022~ 3. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Morocco, 2016–2022~ 4. Macroeconomic Indicators, Egypt, 2015~ 5. Proposed RE Development by Mechanism and Estimated Investment, Egypt, 2015~ 6. Future Developments in Solar Power by Mechanism, Egypt, 2016–2023~ 7. Future Developments in Wind Power by Mechanism, Egypt, 2016–2023~ 8. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Egypt, 2016–2022~ 9. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Egypt, 2016–2022~ 10. Macroeconomic Indicators, Algeria, 2015~ 11. Renewable Energy Market: Drivers, Algeria, 2016–2022~ 12. Renewable Energy Market: Restraints, Algeria, 2016–2022~| 1. GDP and GDP Growth, Morocco, 2012–2021~ 2. Percent Split of Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel, Morocco, 2014~ 3. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Morocco, 2011–2014~ 4. Energy Generation by Fuel Type and Electrification Rate, Morocco, 2011–2014~ 5. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Morocco, 2017, 2020, and 2025~ 6. Solar Irradiation, Morocco, 2015~ 7. Electricity Generation Potential, Morocco, 2015~ 8. Evolution of Wind Power Generation, Morocco, 2000–2015~ 9. GDP and GDP Growth, Egypt, 2012–2021~ 10. Installed Generation Capacity and Contribution by Fuel Type, Egypt, 2010/11–2014/15~ 11. Electricity Generation by Fuel Type and Sale, Egypt, 2010/11–2013/2014~ 12. Percent Split of Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel Type, Egypt, 2020, 2026, 2030, and 2035~ 13. Percent of Total Installed Generation Capacity by Fuel Type Egypt, 2022~ 14. Renewable Energy Investment Mechanisms, Egypt, 2016–2023~ 15. Solar Irradiation, Egypt, 2015~ 16. Electricity Generation Potential, Egypt, 2015~ 17. Evolution of Wind Power Generation, Egypt, 2000–2015~ 18. GDP and GDP Growth, Algeria, 2012–2021~ 19. Installed Generation Capacity by Generator, Algeria, 2011–2015~ 20. Installed Generation Capacity (% of total) by Fuel Type, Algeria, 2015~ 21. Electricity Generation by Fuel Type, Algeria, 2011–2015~ 22. Solar Irradiation, Algeria, 2015~ 23. Electricity Generation Potential, Algeria, 2015~
Author Neeraj Sanjay Mense
Industries Energy
WIP Number MC77-01-00-00-00
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