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13.11.2014, Power Trading Strategy for Mongolia (Asian Super Grid & Gobitec), Mr. Jambaa Lkhagva

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13.11.2014, Power Trading Strategy for Mongolia (Asian Super Grid & Gobitec), Mr. Jambaa Lkhagva

  1. 1. Power trading strategy for Mongolia (Asian Super Grid & Gobitec) JAMBAA Lkhagva, Engineer, Ministerial Task Team on Asian Super Grid, Ministry of Energy jambaa@energy.gov.mn www.facebook.com/MongoliaAsianSuperGrid
  2. 2. 2 OUTLINE Solar and wind energy resource potential in Mongolia What are Gobitech and Asian Super Grid ? What are benefits for the participating countries ? The way forward & activities Links for more information Power sector and its exporting strategy
  3. 3. 3 Solar and wind energy resource potential in Mongolia Mongolia has abundant renewable energy resources in its Gobi desert and this huge clean energy potential should be used to support sustainable development in Northeast Asia Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), US Gobi Wind resource 946 TWh Gobi Solar Energy Resource 4777 TWh China electricity production in 2011 5000TWh World electricity production in 2011 22126 TWh 18% 95% 4% 21%
  4. 4. 4 Power sector and its exporting strategy Power Plant Capacity Share CHPs 877.3 MW 87 % Renewable power 81.7 MW 8 % Diesel stations 46 MW 5 % Total 955 MW 100 % 907 1002 1143 1284 1915 2321 2747 3080 70 107 222 305 784 1006 1022 1041 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2020 2025 2030 Total Demand Mining Sector Source: Ministry of Energy 2013 CHP, 877.3M W, 87% Diesel, 46MW, 5% HPP, 28MW, 3% Solar- Wind, 53.7MW , 5% Total installed capacity by energy resources
  5. 5. 5 Power sector and its exporting strategy Source: Ministry of Energy 2013 Proposed power plant projects for electricity export Oyu tolgoi TPP 450 MW Tavan tolgoi TPP 300 MW Buuruljuut TPP 600 MW Choir Wind Farm 50 MW Sainshand Wind Farm 52 MW Khanbogd Wind Farm 250 MW Shivee Ovoo TPP 4800 MW
  6. 6. 6 Power sector and its exporting strategy China’s installed electricity capacity by fuel, end 2012 (Installed capacity:1,145GW) China’s installed electricity capacity by fuel, 2040 (Installed capacity:2,265GW) Source: EIA, International Energy Outlook 2013 China was the world's largest power generator as of 2011. Fossil fuels, particularly coal, continue to be the leading sources of the country's electricity generation and installed capacity. China has a goal to produce at least 15% of overall energy output by 2020 from renewable energy sources as the government aims to address environmental issues. Chinese companies invested $65 billion in renewable energy projects in 2012, 20% higher than investments in 2011, and they plan to spend $473 billion on clean energy investments between 2011 and 2015, according to the country's Five-Year Plan
  7. 7. 7 Power sector and its exporting strategy • A solution to Chinese the imbalanced distribution of resource and energy Source: State Grid report, China 2012 China has begun construction on a large-scale ultra-high voltage (UHV) power project, which will help alleviate air pollution problems. The project, estimated to cost 68.3 billion yuan ($11.2 billion) will involve 4,740 km of new power lines as well as several new transformer substations, and will stretch from Inner Mongolia in the northwest to the capital Beijing and down the coast to Shanghai.
  8. 8. 8 What are Gobitech and Asian Super Grid? The Gobitec concept represents the idea of producing clean energy from renewable energy sources in the Gobi Desert and to deliver the produced energy to regions with a high demand of electric energy. Gobitech project:
  9. 9. 9 Power generation level of the participating countries in 2030 based on BAU forecast Generation mix of the countries in Northeast Asia is based on 2030 Business As Usual (BAU) forecast. Source:“Gobitec and ASG for Renewable energies in Northeast Asia” report, 2014. What are Gobitech and Asian Super Grid? Gobitech project:
  10. 10. 10 It is aimed to interconnect strategic countries in Northeast Asia (NEA) with electricity generation areas in the Gobi Desert. What are Gobitech and Asian Super Grid? Asian Super Grid project: Because of differences in time zone and peak load of the countries, demand and supply can be balanced more easily ASG will connect 5 capital cities and 9 regional cities with 7735 km of transmission line and submarine HVDC cable
  11. 11. 11 What are benefits for the participating countries? Gobitech+ASG project can deliver economic, social and environmental benefits to the participating countries such as job creation, poverty alleviation and a reduction of CO2 emission
  12. 12. 12 What are benefits for the participating countries? Mongolia will profit benefits in many ways from the Asian Super Grid & Gobitec economically, socially and environmentally.
  13. 13. 13 The way forward and activities Information on the geographic starting point for possible power generation projects/transmission line in the context of the power trading with the greatest opportunities / identification of the cost effective technology mix. Study on opportunities and risks for a project in the power trading in terms of investment, technical aspects, legal agreements, regulation, tariffs and business climate in the two countries. Provide institutional capacity building through effective training and workshop that targeting institutions, investors in development of the electricity export oriented business in Mongolia for the power trading with China. Developing of policy recommendations based on best practice examples for decision making for the power trading.    
  14. 14. 2013.03. MOU signed among representatives from the Mongolia, Korea, Russia, Japan and Energy Charter for Joint Study “Gobitec and ASG for Renewable energies in Northeast Asia” report published 2014.01.242013.12.17 Request for ADB Technical Assistance (TA) for next research project submitted to ADB 2012.06.20 The president emphasized ASG/Gobitech project on his speech at RIO+20 UN conference 2012.11.12 “The Renewable Energy Cooperation and Grid Integration in Northeast Asia” International Conference in Mongolia Regional Workshop on the joint study 'Gobitech& Asian Supergrid' for Renewables in Northeast Asia 2013.09.26 The way forward and activities
  15. 15. 2014.03.20 Ministerial Task Team on Asian Super Grid was established under Ministry of Energy of Mongolia 2014.01.28 “International Symposium on Roadmap to Asia Super Grid” was held in Tokyo,Japan The way forward and activities 2014.05.19 1/5 of total electricity to export is supposed to be produced from Renewable energy. 2014.05.29 Reached the understanding in re-starting cooperation on Shivee Ovoo power plant project. 2014.06.26 “Developing Renewable Energy across Gobitec & Asian Super Grid in NEA” forum. Xi Jinping reiterated his support to electricity export to China from Mongolia 2014.10.27
  16. 16. 16 Links for more information  “Gobitec and ASG for Renewable energies in Northeast Asia” report http://www.encharter.org/index.php?id=643&L=0  “Developing Renewable Energy across Gobitec &Asian Super Grid in NEA” Forum in Ulaanbaatar, June 26, 2014 http://www.encharter.org/index.php?id=661&L=0  Ministry of Energy, Mongolia http://energy.gov.mn  Ministerial Task Team on Asian Super Grid, Ministry of Energy, Mongolia https://www.facebook.com/MongoliaAsianSuperGrid
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention 17

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