Project Title

Off Grid Electrification Option for Remote Regions in APEC Economies 

Project Year

2016   

Project Number

EWG 07 2016A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 07 2016A 

Project Title

Off Grid Electrification Option for Remote Regions in APEC Economies 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2016 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

120,000 

Co-funding Amount

30,000 

Total Project Value

150,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Thailand; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/05/2016 

Expected Completion Date

02/12/2017 

Project Proponent Name 1

Dr Li Yan (new PO wef 22 June 2017) 

Job Title 1

Associate Professor 

Organization 1

China National Institute of Standardisation 

Postal Address 1

Room 1010, No. 4 Zhichunlu Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100088, China 

Telephone 1

86-10 58811129 

Fax 1

86-10 58811714 

Email 1

li_yan@cnis.gov.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Dr Li Yan 

Project Summary

This project will study the off grid electrification option by DC solar technology in remote regions in APEC economies. It will investigate the technology and economic advantages to use DC solar technology to provide electricity for remote villages and islands that do not have existing grid facility in APEC economies. The project team will on- site investigate at least three representative regions for the feasibility study, two regions from developing economies and one region from developed economies, and to investigate the current off grid electricity option, the cost, problem and obstacles of providing electricity, and to assess the technology and economical advantages of adopting DC solar vs. AC solar and other existing technologies. At the end of project, We will arrange a one day workshop to facilitate in-depth discussions, sharing ideas and developing strategies to implement DC solar energy in these regions. The time will be around Nov. 2017 and the location will be at Xiamen, China.

Relevance

There are many regions in APEC economies that have no access to electricity through existing grid. Current options are either using diesel generator or AC solar plus batteries to provide electricity for end users. AC solar means the solar energy (which is generated in DC form) will be inverted to AC first, then to power the AC loads for end users. However, many home and office appliance (such as LED lights, air conditioners, TV and computers, etc) actually use DC power internally, similarly, the battery is also a DC power unit, So, the inverted AC power needs to be inverted back to DC form again at the loads ends, which lowers energy efficiency due to double inversions, and become especially troublesome and unnecessary in the areas when no AC grid is available. 

This project will investigate the feasibility of using DC solar technology for users in areas where there is no existing AC grid. This means the electricity generated from the solar panels will not be inverted to AC. Instead it will be stabilized to 380VDC, 48 VDC or 24VDC to directly power the DC loads inside the building. This, in theory, should increase the energy efficiency by 15-20 percent. Also, since no extra inversion is required, the whole system will be simpler and more reliable. The consumer loads will also be cheaper since the inversion units from AC to DC are eliminated. Another advantage of DC solar is the whole system can be stand alone and off grid when integrated with a matching energy storage unit, making it a more secure system should the grid goes down due to disasters, and the electricity can still be continuously supplied by its own system.

Rank 1: Building sustainable and resilient communities:

Off grid DC solar plus energy storage can provide community with more resilient capability in case of disaster, it  integrates distributed renewable energy with consumer  loads more directly and save more energy, provide  simpler and more reliable energy source for consumer. 

Rank 2: Sustainable Growth: Energy efficiency, energy security and energy resiliency including the development of low carbon technology and alternative energy sources.

DC Solar system normally increases the system efficiency up to 15-20% due to double inversion of DC-AC and AC-DC is eliminated. Also when integrated with battery system, the whole system can be off grid and stand alone, making it a more resilient system in times of disaster. Solar energy is also a clean renewable energy source, which will reduce carbon footprint than fossil energy.

Rank 2: Innovative Growth: Innovation policy and research cooperation, including harnessing new technologies for the future, and for green jobs and industries that promote green growth.

DC solar technology and DC appliances are new technologies; the combined system has higher efficiency than AC solar system. Xiamen University has successfully demonstrated a   DC solar system for commercial building, which includes 150KWp solar system, DC LED lights, DC air conditioners, and DC EV charging station. The next step is to assess its feasibility in remote APEC regions and   to promote a higher efficient way to use green energy.

Objectives

1) The project will investigate the feasibility to use DC solar technology in remote APEC regions; investigate current electricity options, and the cost, obstacles and problems with current systems.

2) Assess DC solar technology’s feasibility and economic advantages, as well as provide awareness of DC solar technology to APEC regions,

3) To develop recommendations to local government and end users in remote APEC regions  for using DC solar technology as a more cost effective and more efficient electrification option.

4) To potentially collect end user status, demands, and market data of remote regions and provide it to corresponding companies, corporations, and financial organization, and to build bridges between the customers and technology and product providers,   so to promote more efficient DC solar technology in remote regions.

5)To provide policy recommendation on  the optimal DC voltage standard for off grid distribution systems and voltage standard for off grid devices. In addition, safety recommendations and interoperability between DC & AC devices will be addressed.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: Through this project, the feasibility to use DC solar technology for electrification purposes at remote off grid regions in APEC economies will be studied, the technology and economy advantages will be assessed comparing to other existing technologies, and recommendation to local governments and APEC economies will be made on implementing DC solar. In addition, the project will build bridges between the customers and technology and product providers, as well develop public awareness of a more efficient, secure and clean energy option. 

Alignment – Forum: Briefly explain how the project is aligned with your forum’s work plan / strategic plan. 

This project proposal aligns well with both EWG and APEC wide priorities. This project directly supports the implementation of cost effective, energy efficiency technologies that was supported in the Manila Action in 1996 with a call for clean technologies that promote sustainable development. It also aligns directly with the APEC Leader’s key ECOTECH priorities of climate change, energy security and clean development. Under the green growth agenda the APEC leaders committed in Yokohama, November 2010, to “implement policies to create new green jobs, technologies, and industries to enhance regional energy security, decrease environmental degradation and the effects of climate change, and promote sustainable growth.

TILF/ASF Justification

There is large ratio of developing economies in APEC region, and many of them have remote regions or islands that have no access to the electricity grid at all.  A lack of access to electricity hinders the economical growth of these developing economies. Bring electricity to these regions is one crucial factor to improve the living conditions of local residence, promote economical growth and strengthen the community resilience in these regions. This project will focus more on building capacity needs in developing economies rather than developed economies; the goal is to bring clean, renewable and more efficient electrification option to these regions. During the project implementation process, it will work closely with local people and provide awareness to all levels from the local government officials, corporations, financial agency, technology experts and citizens, to provide awareness and also promote the implementation of DC solar technology as a means for economic development.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1) A initial report will be developed to determine the existing electrification options in remote off grid regions in APEC economies, and to establish the common cost, obstacles and problems in providing electricity.  The report will also make an initial assessment of the technological and economic advantages of using DC solar technology in these regions. The rationale for selection of three representative regions in APEC economies for the on-site detailed study will also be provided. 

2) Detailed feasibility study report will be prepared for the first representing regions. Select one remote off grid region from a developing APEC economies, on-site study current electricity options, the cost, obstacles and problems; Analysis the technology and economical advantages of using DC solar technology in this region; Then to provide awareness and recommendation to local government and citizens. Very close domestic collaboration with local governments, experts, agencies and end users will be established during the on-site study process, it is expected domestic team members or corresponders from  the local region will participate in the project to help finishing the on-site study together with the project contractor, and study results will be shared with them too to ensure the project is sustainable. 

3) Select the second remote off grid region from another developing APEC economies, The analysis report will entail the same basic elements of the first on-site study of an APEC economy, including on-site study current electricity options, the cost, obstacles and problems; Analysis the technology and economical advantages of using DC solar technology in this region; Then provide awareness and recommendation to local government and citizens. This study will allow for a comparison and contrast of feasibility of DC Solar across economies. 

4) Select the third remote off grid region from one developed APEC economies, besides the similar tasks that including on-site study current electricity options, the cost, obstacles and problems; Analyzing the technology and economical advantages of using DC solar technology in this region; Providing awareness and recommendation to local government and public users, This will also allow an analysis and comparison of the use of DC Solar in a developed region compared to developing regions. 

5) Summarizing report on the common benefits of adopting off-grid DC solar technology in these remote regions in APEC economies, a set of recommendations will be provided on the economical advantages of adopting DC solar technology. The report will also provide initial market analysis, technology availability, and financial support recommendation, Standards recommendations for DC solar system and DC loads, safety issues for interchangeable between DC and AC system,  so to promote the adoption DC solar technology to off grid remote regions of APEC economies. 

6) A workshop of off grid electrification options for remote regions in APEC economies will be help at the end of project, the workshop will be open to all APEC economic members and non members. The workshop will discuss and share the research results. Various types of participants will be invited so to  building bridges between policy maker, technology provider, standards experts, financial  institute and end users, to promote  DC solar as a  high efficient clean energy technology in remote regions of APEC economies. 

Outcomes:

1) Policy: The project’s outcome will provide useful suggestion to help APEC economies to develop applicable and suitable policies to promote high efficient DC solar technology 

2) Financial support: Since most of the remote regions in developing economies are economically disadvantage regions, outside financial support is essential to provide electrification for these regions. This project’s output will provide useful recommendation to financial agencies when deciding the suitable green technology to invest for these regions. 

3) Building bridges between policy maker, technology provider, financial institute and end users, to promote the adoption of this high efficient, clean and more resilient technology in remote regions of APEC economies. 

4) Improving the renewable energy application and building up economical robustness for remote regions in APEC economies. The long term objective of this project is not only providing electricity to these off-grid regions, but also creating economic activities and industry/job opportunities by helping developing economies to build up their own DC solar supply chain. 

5)To provide policy recommendation on  the optimal DC voltage standard for off grid distribution systems and voltage standard for off grid devices. In addition, safety recommendations and interoperability between DC & AC devices will be addressed. 

Beneficiaries: 

The beneficiaries and stakeholders of this workshop may include all participating or non-participating APEC and non-APEC government, organizations, or individuals.  Particularly new and renewable energy experts, government branches, The institution that involves in creating standards for DC systems , corporations and companies, financial institute and end users in remote off grid APEC regions. Close collaboration and interaction will be promoted during the project on-site study process and workshop: 

1) Direct beneficiaries will be those persons who are interviewed during the feasibility studies and those who attend the final workshop, which are expected to include government agencies on energy policy, industries and institutions engaged in DC solar technologies research and development, Investment professionals and electric utility companies, and end users from the remote regions who are interested in DC solar technology. 

2) Energy policy planning agencies, supervising administrations and regional development authorities, the institution that involves in creating standards for DC systems, will benefit from enhanced awareness of high efficient innovative DC solar technologies for remote economically disadvantaged locations. 

3) Industries and institutions engaged in DC solar technologies research, development and deployment will benefit from learning the opportunities for piloting DC solar technology in remote economically disadvantaged areas, 

4)   Investment professionals and electric utility companies will obtain an assessment framework that may be useful to identify the feasibility of pilot or demonstration DC solar technology in remote and isolated regions. 

5)   It will also promote pooling of funding and finances from a variety of sources, including governments, development banks, international environmental organizations and their donor networks, and large multinational corporations. All of this will foster increased productivity and economic empowerment for the people living in these communities 

6)  Indirect beneficiaries may also comprise environmental groups and renewable energy advocates which will benefit from APEC economies better access to clearer energy technologies, the general public in isolated communities may benefit from more reliable electric supply, reduced electricity cost and reduced pollution.

Dissemination

The target audience will mainly include beneficiaries identified above, including but not limited to government officials, researchers, The institution that involves in creating standards for DC systems , energy companies, electricity users and investors in APEC and non-APEC economies. The feasibility study report for each selected regions, the summary report and also the workshop proceedings will be uploaded to the EGNRET website according to the normal procedure. These reports will also be distributed to all workshop attendees and co-sponsors for extensive distribution. 

An executive summary of the project will also be developed and presented at a EWG meeting to senior APEC energy policy agencies. 

The project overseer will insure that the project report will comply with the AEPC publication, APEC logo, websites and copyright guidelines. Draft report for review before finalization will be send to the APEC secretariat for their review to insure that APEC publication rules are observed. The project overseer will also distribute the findings from the workshop in website and press release on related agencies in China and other APEC economies as well as the co-sponsoring economies.upon approval of APEC secretaries. For non-APEC participants at the workshop, PO will work with Program Director to follow non-member participation guidelines.

Gender

This project will encourage participation by both men and women at all steps of the project, and

Women will actively participate in both the project and workshop, including the early stage planning and management, on-site investigation and feasibility study, and final report draft. The current lead researcher of this project is female professor in China, and the teams to carry out the project will include both men and women members. Women participating in the EWG and EGNRET will also help to guide and implement the project.

It is expected that 50% of women will participate the project, and 40% of women are expected as expert speakers and participants of the seminar. Recommendations, references and active and wide researches for women experts will be conducted before the project implementation and final seminar. 

Also electrification through cleaner and cheaper energy in remote regions in APEC economies will also benefit women in these regions, since women carried out large amount tasks both in and outside the house. Electrification will give women more economic power , provide improved food and health care, more hours of access to light for more productivity, more  access to knowledge and education, being connected and social networking  through mobile phones, computers and internet, and have improved safety and security after sunset. 

The proposed project will dedicate to create more equal employment opportunities for females by getting women involved in the process of project development, increasing female social identity awareness, achieving the female self-development in technology and environmental protection.

Work Plan

Activity

Deliverable

Deadline

Study the existing electrification options in remote off grid regions in APEC economies, find out the common cost, obstacles and problems; Initial assess the technology and economical advantages of using DC solar technology in these regions. Working with APEC economy EGNRET and EWG representatives closely through varies network and active communication to identify three representing regions in APEC economies and get local contact at these economies to proceed to next stage of on-site detailed study.

Initial study of the technology and economic advantages to use DC solar technology in remote off grid areas in APEC economies.

Sep 30, 2016

Select one remote off grid region from developing APEC economies, organize a team including project team and local economy members. Get as much  existing information  as possible first, then to on-site investigate current electricity options, the cost, obstacles and problems from the local end users; Study the technology and economical advantages of using DC solar technology in this region; Then to provide awareness and give recommendation to local government and public users by arrange meetings, seminars and distribute technology information .

Detailed feasibility study report for the first representing regions.

Dec 31, 2016

Select second off grid remote region from developing APEC economies, besides on-site study and finish the same task; it also includes a comparison and contrast of feasibility of DC Solar across economies.

Detailed feasibility study report for the second regions

Mar 31, 2016

Select third off grid remote region from developed APEC economies, besides on-site study and finish the same task, it will also include an analysis and comparison of the use of DC Solar in a developed region compared to developing regions.

Detailed feasibility study report for the third  regions

June  30, 2017

Summarize report on the common benefits of adopting off-grid DC solar technology in these remote regions in APEC economies, and provide recommendations on the economical advantages of adopting DC solar technology. initial market analysis, technology availability, financial support recommendation will also be provided so  to promote the adoption DC solar technology to off grid remote regions of APEC economies

Summary report

Sep 30, 2017

Inviting all level participants from local government officials, energy experts, economic analysts, financial and technology corporate and end users from different APEC economies, Complete detailed workshop arrangement and related logistics.

Workshop agenda including travel arrangements

Final conference agenda and all itineraries

Sep 30, 2017

1-day workshop on schedule: the workshop will be open to all APEC economic members, the above mentioned research results will be discussed and shared at the workshop. All level participants will be invited so to  building bridges between policy maker, technology provider, financial  institute and end users, to promote  this high efficient clean energy technology in remote regions of APEC economies.

Experts’ presentations and discussion.

Nov, 2017

Completing the draft of final workshop report

Circulation of draft report to EGNRET members.

Dec  2, 2017

Risks

Risks associated with this project that can be foreseen are: 

Travel to off grid places are often hard to access by conventional travel tools, therefore there could require non- conventional ways is used to access these regions, Personal safety can also be an issue related to these regions. To manage this risk it will be necessary to work closely with the corresponding APEC EWG or EGNRET representatives and local government officials. They can help identify some representative and end users, to provide recommendation and help on how to get to the selected locations and provide tips for personal safety. 

The second risk is limited funding might not e able to attract as many valuable speakers, to manage the risk, the workshop will be planned to occur along side of an EGNRET meeting, by doing this, meeting costs will be minimized and additional support of the workshop will be associated with larger APEC technical support. 

The third risk is the financial hardship is often existed in remote off grid regions in APEC economies, therefore during and after finish the project, good communication and recommendation are still very important to provide to the associate financial sectors, technology providers, local governments and end users, to continue building bridges and promote the implementation of this new DC solar technology. 

The forth risk is the DC technology is quite a different concept from the traditional power distribution, e.g.  AC power.  Therefore, attention will also be concentrate on recommendations for how to communicate and promote DC technology to be integrated into the normal power distribution system. The cost of new technology may also be more expensive at the beginning, so PO and EWG experts can recommend policy maker on incentive support to promote the development of DC solar technology.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The first indicator will be the   representative regions selection from three APEC economies. Since there is a wide range difference in the economic development across APEC economies, the regions selected for study should be representative of many similar regions across APEC economies as possible, so the reports will be able to benefit more similar regions and economies. 

The second indicator will be the quality of the feasibility study reports that are conducted for the project.  The report should be a thorough study on how the current situation with the off grid electrification can be improved by adopting DC solar in these representative regions by analyzing the existing cost, problems and obstacles. The project’s final report and recommendations should be drawn so as to benefit these region citizens, and also building bridges for the related technology and financial supports groups to go to these regions to help them adopt more efficient, safe and cleaner solar energy. 

The third indicator will be number and range of APEC economies choosing to participate in the workshop, the participating organizations and agencies and the seniority or appropriateness of representation from each.  The diversity of potential attendee in the mix of government entities, large corporations, energy experts, end users is expected. This will indicate the success of the workshop in engaging its target audience. 

The forth indicator will be output of the project, including but not limited to the content and quality of the presentations and their focus on the objectives of the workshop. The ability of the workshop participants to promote greater engagement between APEC Economies in the development of DC Solar Technology, the quality of the consultant’s output, ultimately, in the long term, the success of the workshop will be judged by whether it advances the development of DC solar technology in remote regions in APEC economies. 

Project progress checking monitoring: PO will submit project monitor progress checking monthly with experts, checking milestones based on work plan, accessing deliverable materials, submitting quarterly implementation progress report, mid-term report, and final report. After the project complete, the report will be send to all APEC EGNRET members for comments and suggestions. During and after the project, PO or EWG plan to monitor the development of DC solar technology in remote regions in APEC economies by monitoring how many DC solar show cases or real project developments have occurred or will occur to judge whether this project advances the development of DC solar technology in remote regions in APEC economies.

Linkages

The proposed project can be link to several of the APEC projects that focused on the Smart Grids and Low Carbon Model Towns under the Energy Smart Community Initiatives and APEC Smart Grid Initiatives.  For example the finished EGNRET projects of the Piloting Smart/micro Grid projects for Insular and Remote Localities in APEC Economies (S EQG1511A); and The project on APEC Smart DC Community Power Opportunity Assessment. This project will benefit from the previous work and will extend their efforts, and we will also work very closely with the experts from these previous projects. 

However ,the proposed project is also different from the previous project, for example it will aligns better with world promoted DC standards (380VDC), and focuses more on the on-site comparable study of DC solar’s technology and its economical advantages to existing off grid electrification options  in remote  APEC regions. The goal is to develop valuable implementation recommendation and strategies based on the unique situation for different APEC regions. 

The results and best practices from this project can also be applied to the future DC micro grid project.  The DC solar technology is beginning to generate interests given its ability to provide higher efficiency over AC solar when integrating with renewable sources.  In addition, the DC systems can be stand-alone, it is also being evaluated for net zero buildings applications. As a result, the DC solar system can be applied to both developing and developed APEC economies. 

APEC is the best source for funding to develop the opportunity assessment for the DC solar technology since there are many economies within its area facing the common problem of providing electrification for remote regions.  In addition, APEC has resources, technical expertise and network in developing and implementing DC solar technologies. These resources are instrumental to this project. For example, the Emerge Alliance in US and IEEE ICDCM conference and publications will be a very good resource for this project.

Sustainability

Increased use of DC solar technology will promote local economic growth,increased energy security and benefit the general population due to a reduction of air emissions.  Possible next steps to build on the project outputs and outcomes are to targeted seminars and workshops to exchange and disseminate information developed by the project to APEC economies not able to attend the initial workshop.  From these seminar and workshops research collaboration or project implementation may be developed.  In addition, the results of this project will be used to propose future projects in Expert Group on New and Renewable Energy Technologies (EGNRET) that will help to ensure the realization of project goal utilizing DC solar as an energy source in remote regions. 

Project Overseer will work with the APEC Secretariat to identify non-EWG APEC Fora who are interested in advancing the utilization of DC solar technology.  The project next steps will be taken by members of both the APEC EGNRET who have endorsed this project.  The DC solar technology can also be extended to the real project in APEC with the assistance of the government, private company, manufacturers and the educational institutions. 

In particular, the report maybe repeatedly feature presentation by PO or major participants of the project on EGNRET, EWG meetings and perhaps at APEC Energy Ministers meetings, and it can be shared at other higher government official meetings and development bank meetings for more global sustained impact. 

The project final report will provide data and specific guidance on options for  off grid APEC region’s electrification and  serve as a reference material for policymakers, investors, regional planners and electric utilities associations interested in piloting DC solar technology. The content of the report is expected to be relevant in a medium term, for several years. 

The project will create a network with energy experts, environment and financial ministers, development banks, international environmental organizations, corporations, utilities companies. It may also be utilized for interaction with stakeholders in future ENRET/EWG projects. This network will be useful to establish important connections to support the planning and implementing of DC solar technology in remote regions in APEC economies. PO and major participants of the project will be the focal point of the network. 

In a wider context of the EWG objectives, the expected long term impacts include reduced cost and greater reliability for electricity supply in isolated areas, plus improved energy efficiency and resiliency.

Project Overseers

Mr. Shuang Zhang, who is currently the program officer at National Energy Administration of China and also the EWG representative of China, will be this project overseer.

Mr. Shuang Zhang will be responsible for ensuring that the design, planning and implementation of this project are undertaken in accordance with APEC project guidelines. At the Implementation stages he:

1) Will Manage the effective implementation of the project according to APEC requirements;   including financial disbursement, contracting, reporting, and publications guidelines,

2) Ensure that all participants, experts and speakers, are appropriately briefed on their roles, entitlements, and obligations before they agree to participate in a project,

3) Endorse all legitimate claims for payment related to the project,

4) Seek approval from the relevant fora and the Secretariat for any changes to the project  scope and budget during implementation, including reallocating funding, changing or substituting milestones, and seeking deadline extensions,

5) Ensure the timely submission of all project reports including monitoring and completion reports,

6) Inform the Secretariat if the contact person or PO changes, and Keep up to date on APEC’s project guidelines throughout the life of the project.

His contact information are: Postal address:  38 South Yeutan Street, Beijing, China

Tel:  + 86- 13501379303 or 010-68501228  E-mail:  zhangshuang_ruc@sina.cn; zhangshuang@ndrc.gov.cn

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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