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020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL

- Egyptian Armed Forces

- Egyptian Armed Forces Operations Authority EAFOA), MoD to obtain ‘No objection’ for the construction of the project in the allocated land of the SPP and coordination with the EAFOA during project construction. 3. Technical description a. Link to Governorate (Municipal) Solar Development Plan The SECAP is built on three drivers: a) reduce energy consumption; b) develop energy production; and c) climate adaptation actions. Solar energy offers significant potential and is pretty easy to develop. The Energy Supply and Renewable Energy Development Plan will contribute to increase the share of generating electricity from renewables and promote a “new culture” regarding energy in the south part of the country. The Governorate plans to increase the share of solar electricity production capacity from 13 MW to 35.25 MW. This project will assist the Governorate in reducing dependency on fossil fuels and decrease the cost of fuel transport to power plants that run on diesel in the southern region of the Governorate. It will also enhance the Governorate sustainable energy prospectus, yet contributing to Egypt’s vision and Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS) 2030 and its targets of having 22% RE in the energy mix by 2022. In this respect, the Governorate will contribute to Egypt’s SDS key performance indicators (KPIs) that are relevant to SECAP, mainly in Energy, Urban development, Environment, and Domestic energy policy. b. Implementation plan The plan is to develop additional Solar PV capacities in 5 towns of the Governorate of Red Sea: Marsa Alam, Al-Shalateen, Halayeb, Abou Ramad and Arab Salah. Assumptions: - Cost of a 1KW unit = 1,500 US$ = 1,278 € in the south region of Red Sea Governorate, - 1 kW in Egypt would produce around 5.2 kWh/day and 1898 kWh/year - KWh purchase is based on 2017 Feed in Tariffs regulation implemented by EETC (Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company) set as follows: - 102.32 piasters per 1 kWh (49.6 € / MWh) for houses – capacity less than 200 kWh, - 108.58 piasters per 1kWh (53 €/MWh) for commercial activities less than 500 kWh, - 78.8 piasters per 1 kWh (40 € /MWh) from Solar PV power plant 500 kW to less than 20 MW Exchange rate of EGP Piasters = € at 0,21 / € to US$ at 0,8523 (1 € = EGP 20.65 as per the ECB of 08.10.2017) The project could be phased in order to facilitate its implementation, however, the sooner the Governorate will invest the greater the impact will be on the overall economy and energy balance. So the recommendation would be to plan investments in two rounds as explained below. The very first phase of the project will require a precise assessment of existing capacities and a detailed analysis of additional capacities to be added and the identification of the best options for managing these additions. The first round of investment over the first two years aims for an increase of 15 MW and includes: - Upgrade the current 5 MWp in Al-Shalateen solar power plant to 10 MWp, i.e. adding 5 MWp. This investment would be 6,390,000 € adding a production of 9,490 MWh for an annual income of 474,500 €. - Upgrade the current 1 MWp in Halayeb (serving residential houses adding 4 MWp. This investment would be 5,112,000 € adding a production of 7,592 MWh for an annual income of 379,600 €. - Upgrade the current 5 MWp in Marsa Alam serving the city to 8MWp, i.e. adding 3 MWp. This investment would be 3,834,000 € adding a production of 5,694 MWh for an annual income of 284,700 €. - Upgrade the current 2 MWp in Abou Ramad plant serving Abou Ramad small town to 5 MW i.e. adding 3 MWp. This investment would be 3,834,000 € adding a production of 5,694 MWh for an annual income of 284,700 €. This first round of investment will amount 19,170 K€* 164

* Calculation based on 1,278 € per KWp installed, knowing that for larger installation the cost per KW will go down significantly. The second round of investment, over the third year, aims for an increase of 7.25 MW: - Ensure another upgrade of Marsa Alam plant from 8MWp to 10 MWp adding another 2 MWp (after the first upgrade of 3 MWh completed in the first round). This investment would be 2,556,000 € adding a production of 3,796 MWh for an annual income of 189,800 €. - Ensure another upgrade of Abou Ramad solar power plant to reach 10MWp, adding 5 MWp (after the first upgrade of 3 MWh completed in the first round). This investment would be 6,390,000 € adding a production of 9,490 MWh for an annual income of 474,500 €. - Provide a small solar power plant of 250 kWp generating capacity for the remote nomadic residential settlements in Arab Saleh area. This investment would be 319,500 € adding a production of 474 MWh for an annual income of 23,725 €. This second round of investment will amount 9,265 K€* As highlighted in the following table return on investment would be 15 years for these two rounds, with an attractive profitability for the overall life-time of the equipment. Year Investment cost Annual revenues Operational cost Money flow Actualisation rate Actualised Money Flow Capital 1 10 224 000 759 200 20 000 -9 484 800 0,990 -9 390 891 -9 390 891 2 8 946 000 1 423 500 60 000 -7 582 500 0,980 -7 433 095 -16 823 986 3 9 265 500 2 111 525 80 000 -7 233 975 0,971 -7 021 225 -23 845 211 4 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,961 1 952 256 -21 892 955 5 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,951 1 932 926 -19 960 029 6 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,942 1 913 788 -18 046 240 6 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,942 1 913 788 -16 132 452 7 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,933 1 894 840 -14 237 612 8 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,923 1 876 079 -12 361 533 9 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,914 1 857 504 -10 504 028 10 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,905 1 839 113 -8 664 915 11 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,896 1 820 904 -6 844 011 12 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,887 1 802 875 -5 041 136 13 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,879 1 785 025 -3 256 111 14 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,870 1 767 352 -1 488 759 15 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,861 1 749 853 261 094 16 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,788 1 600 905 1 861 998 17 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,776 1 577 246 3 439 244 18 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,765 1 553 937 4 993 181 19 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,754 1 530 972 6 524 154 20 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,742 1 508 347 8 032 501 21 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,731 1 486 056 9 518 557 22 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,721 1 464 095 10 982 652 23 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,710 1 442 458 12 425 110 24 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,700 1 421 141 13 846 251 25 2 111 525 80 000 2 031 525 0,689 1 400 139 15 246 390 165

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