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Wind/Diesel Hybrid Power in the Philippines

Wind/Diesel Hybrid Power in the Philippines. Fel Ople ‘54. PHESI. Mabuhay Beta Epsilon !. -. Philippine Hybrid Energy Systems, Inc. Working Hard to Bring Low Cost , Eco-Friendly, Wind Energy to Rural Philippines. Compliments of: Nicky Villasenor, BE’75

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Wind/Diesel Hybrid Power in the Philippines

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  1. Wind/Diesel Hybrid Power in the Philippines Fel Ople ‘54

  2. PHESI Mabuhay Beta Epsilon ! - Philippine Hybrid Energy Systems, Inc. Working Hard to Bring Low Cost , Eco-Friendly, Wind Energy to Rural Philippines Compliments of: Nicky Villasenor, BE’75 Vic Villagracia, BE’69 Fel Ople, BE’54 WESTechnologyLLC breeze@pacific.net.ph

  3. PHILIPPINE HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEMS, Inc.Wind/Diesel Hybrid Energy Project

  4. BreezElectric (PHESI) Mission Statement Develop, Finance, Own and Operate Eco-friendly Energy Systems that Provide Reliable Energy at Costs Lower than Competing Technologies

  5. History of BreezElectric/PHESI • Formed Development Consortium (Leading Edge Engineering, General Power,WESTechnology) toEvaluate Feasibility of Island Energy Supply - Lower Cost than Diesel - Energy from Renewable Sources - Reliable, Proven Commercial Technology - Easy to Install without Major Equipment - Operable in Hybrid Configuration with Diesel Generators • Identified the Philippines as Target Country and Wind as Best Technology

  6. History of BreezElectric/PHESI(Continued) • CEC International Energy Fund Selected Project for $25K Grant Support in 1997 • Performed Feasibility Study 1997-1999 • Confirmed WTG and DG Energy Costs with Detailed Energy Cost Analysis • Initiated Project Development in Cooperation with the Philippine Dept of Energy (DOE) • Formed subsidiary Philippine-based operating company, Philippine Hybrid Energy Systems, Inc. (PHESI), in 2000

  7. BreezElectric/PHESI Ownership Structure PHESI Philippine Hybrid Energy Systems, Inc.

  8. PHESI Business Model • Develop, Finance, Build, Own & Operate (BOO) Wind/Diesel Hybrid Power Systems • Joint Ownership and Operation of WTGs and DGs • Sell Energy (Electricity) Directly to Electric Cooperatives • Execute Contracts for Wind Resource Rights for Public Sites with the Govt (25 years) • Use “Model Energy Sales Agreement” for Wind Energy Sale to Electric Coop Off-takers • Meet All Energy Needs for Selected Islands

  9. Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) Technology

  10. TYPICAL WIND/DIESEL HYBRIDSYSTEM CONFIGURATION WTG-Diesel Controls SupervisoryControls Diesel Generator (DG) Diesel Generator (DG) Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) Balancer Load Bank Pumps Communications Ice- Maker Village Load Ancillary Energy Uses (Potential Dump Loads)

  11. What are Wind/Diesel Hybrid Energy Systems? • WTGs Complement DG Operations • Integrated Control System Will Optimize DG Operations (Minimize Fuel Consumption) • PHESI WTGs Will Supply 20-30% of Annual Energy Demand at Lower Tariff • WTGs Will Reduce Distribution Losses and Stabilize Grid • WTGs Will Allow DGs to be Taken Out of Service for Maintenance

  12. Hybrid Power Systems for Small “Islands” • 50+ MW of New Medium Speed DGs • 45 MW of WTGs at 7 sites on 6 islands • Integrated with Hybrid Control System - 2 small DGs with Hybrid Controls at Each Site - 25% of Electricity from Wind - 75% of Electricity from DGs • WTG Tariff 25-50% Lower than DG Tariff • High Reliability with Stable Grid

  13. MARINDUQUE W=3.6 MW; D=6 MW CATANDUANES W=3.6 MW; D=6 MW OCCIDENTAL MINDORO W=5.4 MW; D=6 MW ROMBLON 1 X 850 kW = 850 KW ORIENTAL MINDORO W=15.3 MW; D=21 MW MASBATE W=4.5 MW; D=15 MW TABLAS W=1.8 MW; D=6.5 MW PALAWAN W=12.6 MW; D=16 MW Initial Phase 1 Deployment of WTGs & DGs

  14. Optimum Masbate ProjectHybrid Design (Typical) • Base Load Diesel Generators (B/C) - 5 x 2500 kW • Peaking Diesel Generators - 4 x 500 kW - 2 with Hybrid Controls • Wind Turbine Generators - 4 x 850 kW (Vestas V52) • Typical Optimum Design Savings > 15%

  15. Masbate High DemandModerate and Variable Wind

  16. PHESI Phase 1 Project Status • Feasibility Studies Completed on > 30 Sites • Confirmed Economically Developable Wind Resources at 8 Sites (Selected 7 Sites) • Cooperation Agreement with the DOE • Developed Model NRE Energy Sales Agreement (Negotiating with Electric Cooperatives) • Substantially Negotiated OSW Production-Sharing (PCC/PNCC) Contracts with DOE

  17. PHESI Phase 1 Project Status(Continued) • Initiated Development of Credit Enhancement Program • Completed Detailed Conceptual Design for Masbate (with USNREL) • Negotiated Short Form Site Environmental Examination Approvals • Bid and Pre-Selected Wind Technology • Pre-Selected ADB as Lead Finance Entity • Negotiated MOUs with Electric Coop Off-takers

  18. Financing Summary • WTG Capital Cost ~ US$52 Million • 70% Debt – ADB/ExCA/USExIm/Local Banks • 5% from Sale of GHG Credits • 25% Equity (with Suitable ROE) • Requires Credit Enhancement Program for Off-takers (not Government Guarantees)

  19. PHESI Project Summary • Major Societal and Environmental Benefits • Large Reduction in Cost of Energy • Commercial Technology • No Direct Government Investment or Loan Guarantee Required • Experienced Project Team • Rapid Deployment (6–12 Months) After Approvals

  20. Major PHESI Phase 1 Project Benefits • PHESI WTG Energy Proposal is Lowest Cost Resource for Remote Islands • WTG Energy Tariff is 25-50% Lower than DG Energy Cost for all Reasonable Fuel Oil Costs • WTG Energy vs DG Energy Savings >PP260B • Forex Savings for Fuel of >PP300B • Green House Gas Emissions Reduced by >13M Tons CO2

  21. Philippine Hybrid Energy Systems Inc. (PHESI) Nicanor S. Villasenor III President, PHESI Email:breeze@pacific.net.ph BreezElectric LLC F.S. Ople, Jr. Vice President, BreezElectric LLC Email: felople@aol.com

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