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Middle East and Africa Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018

Middle East and Africa Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018

Summary

Renewable energy has a mixed market outlook in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, quite like the economies in the region themselves. While some countries are reluctant to develop renewable energy due to abundance in conventional resources, while some just cannot afford to support the development of renewable energy; some countries are proactively doing the same in order to reduce GHG emissions and appease international corridors. Yet, no country in the region is in the list of top renewable energy markets.

All 17 MEA countries covered in the report with the exception of UAE have set renewable targets of different forms. While some countries have capacity targets, some have targeted to reach / achieve a fixed share of generation from renewable sources. Six of the countries have functioning FIT schemes for various renewable technologies, and Ghana and UAE are the only countries to have proposed a net-metering scheme. South Africa has the most number of support measures for renewable energy including FITs.

The report Middle East and Africa Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2018, offers comprehensive information on major policies governing renewable energy market in different countries of the region. It provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the renewable energy industry. The report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in the different countries in Middle East and Africa. The report is built using data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

The report allows to -

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the region.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.
Scope
  • The report covers policy measures and incentives used by the countries of Middle East and Africa to promote renewable energy.
  • The report details promotional measures in Middle East & Africa both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies that have potential in the region.
Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the region.
  • Be ahead of competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.


1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
2 Introduction
2.1 Renewable Energy Policy
2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance
3 Executive Summary
4 Renewable Energy Policy, Algeria
4.1 Overview
4.2 Power Sector Reforms
4.3 Further Reforms Expected in Algeria’s Energy Sector in 2018
4.3.1 Tenders for Solar Power in 2018
4.4 Key Electricity Policies
4.5 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Development Plan 2015-2030
4.6 Feed in Tariffs for Wind and Solar
4.7 Renewable Energy National Fund
4.8 Foreign Investment Laws and Regulations
5 Renewable Energy Policy, Angola
5.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
5.2 The General Electricity Act, 2014
5.3 Public Private Partnership (PPP) Law
5.4 Long Term Strategy Angola 2025
5.5 The National Energy Security Strategy and Policy
5.6 Sustainable Energy 4 All (SE4ALL) Goals
5.7 Regional Policy for Universal Access to Modern Energy 2014-2030
5.8 National Renewable Energy Strategy
5.9 National Development Plan 2013-2017
5.10 Ministry of Energy and Water Action Plan 2013-2017
6 Renewable Energy Policy, Egypt
6.1 Overview
6.2 Electricity Law
6.3 Power Sector Reforms
6.4 Renewable Energy Law (Decree No. 203/2014)
6.5 Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer Scheme
6.6 Renewable Energy Policies
6.7 Feed-in Tariffs
6.7.1 Phase One (September 2014)
6.7.2 Phase Two (October 2016)
6.8 Development for Renewable Energy in 2018
6.9 Auctions as the way forward for Renewable Energy in Egypt
6.10 Custom tax reduction for renewable equipment
6.11 Egypt’s Solar PV Net Metering Scheme
7 Renewable Energy Policy, Ghana
7.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
7.2 National Energy Policy
7.3 Renewable Energy Act
7.4 Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All)
7.5 National Electrification Scheme
7.6 Ghana Energy Development and Access Project
7.7 Strategic National Energy Plan, 2006-2020
7.8 Tax and duty exemptions
7.9 Net-Metering
7.10 Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP) in Ghana
8 Renewable Energy Policy, Iran
8.1 Overview
8.2 Key Energy Reforms
8.3 Renewable Power Policy
8.4 Feed-in Tariff for Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
8.5 Net Metering in Iran
8.6 Renewable Energy Development Fund
8.7 Renewable Portfolio Standards
8.8 Iran Plans to draw $12 Billion Green Investment through First Tender
8.9 Sixth Development Plan
9 Renewable Energy Policy, Iraq
9.1 Overview
9.2 Integrated National Energy Strategy
9.3 Electricity Master Plan to 2030
9.3.1 Privatization Plans
9.4 Renewable Energy Policy
9.5 Renewable Energy Auction
9.6 Foreign Investment Scenario
9.7 Policies for Foreign Investment in the Power Market
10 Renewable Energy Policy, Israel
10.1 Overview
10.2 Independent Electricity Generation Policy
10.3 Feed-in Tariff for Solar PV and Wind Power
10.4 Net Metering
10.5 Renewable Power Tenders/Auctions
10.6 State Subsidy for Generation from Solar PV and Wind Power
10.7 Renewable Energy Targets
11 Renewable Energy Policy, Kenya
11.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
11.2 Tax Incentives
11.3 Feed-in Tariff (FiT)
11.4 Move to Swap FiTs for Competitive Auctions
11.5 Solar Water Heating Regulation
11.6 Least Cost Power Development Plan (LCPDP) 2011-2031
12 Renewable Energy Policy, Morocco
12.1 Overview
12.2 Renewable Energy Development Law
12.3 Renewable Energy Targets
12.4 Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy
12.5 Moroccan Solar Program
12.6 Moroccan Wind Energy Program
12.7 Net-Metering Legislation (Law n°58-15)
12.8 Renewable Power Tenders
13 Renewable Energy Policy, Mozambique
13.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
13.2 Power Sector Reforms
13.3 Renewable Energy Development 2011-2025
13.4 Fundo de Energia (FUNAE)
13.5 National Biofuels Policy
13.6 Feed-in Tariffs
13.7 Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) in Mozambique
14 Renewable Energy Policy, Nigeria
14.1 Overview
14.2 National Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policy
14.3 Renewable Energy Master Plan
14.4 Multi-Year Tariff Order 2
14.5 Feed-in Tariff
14.6 Competitive Procurement
14.7 Biofuels Blending Mandate
14.8 Green Bonds 2018
15 Renewable Energy Policy, Qatar
15.1 Overview
15.2 Renewable Energy Target
15.3 Emission Norms
15.4 Solar Power Hub
15.5 Solar Tenders
15.6 Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development
16 Renewable Energy Policy, Saudi Arabia
16.1 Overview
16.2 National Industrial Cluster Development Program
16.3 Renewable Energy Target
16.4 Renewable Energy Auctions
16.5 Energy Research Innovation Program
17 Renewable Energy Policy, South Africa
17.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
17.2 National Climate Change Response Policy
17.3 Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program (REIPPPP)
17.4 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)
17.5 Integrated Energy Plan (IEP)
17.6 Vision, Strategic Direction, and Framework for Climate Policy
17.7 Biofuels Industrial Strategy
17.8 Green Fund
18 Renewable Energy Policy, Syrian Arab Republic
18.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
18.2 Master Plan for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies
18.3 Energy Efficiency Code Project
18.4 Energy Conservation Law
18.5 Electricity Law No. 32
19 Renewable Energy Policy, Tanzania
19.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
19.2 Rural Energy Act, 2005
19.3 Electricity Act, 2008
19.4 Feed-in-Tariff
19.5 Competitive Bidding
19.6 Scaling up Renewable Energy Program
19.7 Power System Master Plan, 2012-2030
19.8 National Energy Policy, 2015
20 Renewable Energy Policy, UAE
20.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview
20.2 Dubai Integrated Energy Strategy, 2030
20.3 Dubai Clean Energy Strategy, 2050
20.4 Renewable Energy Deployment Strategy
20.5 Net-metering
20.6 Solar Water Heating Regulation
20.7 Renewable Energy Auctions
20.8 Green Building Code, Dubai
21 Appendix
21.1 Market Definitions
21.1.1 Power
21.1.2 Installed Capacity
21.1.3 Electricity Generation
21.1.4 Electricity Consumption
21.1.5 Renewable Energy Resources
21.2 Abbreviations
21.3 Bibliography
21.4 Methodology
21.5 Coverage
21.5.1 Secondary Research
21.5.2 Primary Research
21.5.3 Modeling and Forecasting
21.6 Contact Us
21.7 Disclaimer
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy, Middle East and Africa
Table 2: Wind Power Feed-in Tariffs, Algeria, 2016
Table 3: Solar PV Feed-in Tariffs, Algeria, 2016
Table 4: Renewable Energy Policy, Egypt, Solar Feed-in Tariffs (EGP/kWh) and ($/kWh), 2015
Table 5: Renewable Energy Policy, Egypt, Wind Feed-in Tariffs ($/kWh), 2015
Table 6: Renewable Energy Policy, Egypt, Key Changes, Phase One and Phase Two
Table 7: Power Market, Ghana, Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Power Sources, 2017
Table 8: Renewable Energy Policy, Iran, Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy Sources, 2017-2018
Table 9: Renewable Energy Policy, Iran, Feed-in Tariffs for Solar PV, 2017-2018
Table 10: Renewable Energy Policy, Iraq, Master Plan Financial Requirements ($bn), 2014-2017
Table 11: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Israel, 2017
Table 12: Feed-in Tariff for Small Renewable Projects with Installed Capacity up to 10 MW, Kenya
Table 13: Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Projects with Installed Capacity above 10 MW, Kenya
Table 14: Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs, Mozambique, 2017
Table 15: MYTO II, Nigeria, 2016
Table 16: Feed-in Tariffs, Nigeria, 2016
Table 17: Projects for First Round Bidding
Table 18: Renewable Energy Awarded Capacity under REIPPPP, South Africa
Table 19: Price Trend of Solar PV ($/kWh), REIPPPP, South Africa
Table 20: Price Trend of Onshore Wind ($/kWh), REIPPPP, South Africa
Table 21: Price Trend of CSP ($/kWh), REIPPPP, South Africa
Table 22: Percentage Share of Renewable Power in Total Power Installed Capacity under IRP, South Africa, 2016-2050
Table 23: Standardized Small Power Projects Tariff for Hydro and Biomass Projects, Tanzania
Table 24: Standardized Small Power Projects Tariff for Solar and Wind SPPs up to 1 MW, Tanzania
Table 25: Main Grid Connected Tariff using Avoided Cost Principle, Tanzania
Table 26: Isolated Mini Grid Connected Tariff using Avoided Cost Principle, Tanzania
Table 27: Sweihan Solar Park bidding prices, Abu Dhabi, 2016
Table 28: Abbreviations

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