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Clean Energy Challenge - Marketplace Meeting, May 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Aimee Jenks - GPA/UNITAR
30:00
Feel free to send comments or questions here in the chat
Luc Severi SEforALL
31:21
There are several 'powering healthcare' resources (incl. COVID-19 specific) available on our website: https://www.seforall.org/energy-and-health/covid-19-response-powering-health-facilitiesResources included on system design, sustainability, etc ...
John Graham
31:26
What size systems do you need?
Huda - SELCO
31:31
What are major health risks in the region? also what is the COVID situation?
Muhammad Taif Islam
31:42
I would like to learn the sustainability aspect of this fully funded project in Tanzania . Thanks .
Drew Bond
32:25
Can you comment on the size of the system(s) that are needed in terms of kW (e.g. 75kW) and is will these be completely off-grid or grid-tied?
Ronan Ferguson
33:21
We looked into a similar kind of project in Nyarugusu, one of the issues we strugled with was to mitigate the risk of theft or damage to the panels. Do you have any thoughts on how to incentivise people to protect the new systems? Maybe the health benefit (being a public good) will be a strong enough factor...
Luc Severi SEforALL
34:05
Funding opportunity from PAOP around healthcare electrification: https://www.rti.org/current-opportunities (deadline tomorrow …)
John Graham
38:23
Please share the full technical specification/load profile of what you need, we have a range of solutions which are manufactured, tested and ready to deploy in our factory in Kenya. these solutions include remote monitoring and can also be hybridisd with grid and or generators
Huda - SELCO
39:26
agreed on that, the numbers from Tanzania, can’t be sure of, is there in influx or exodus of migrants to and from the camps?
Kevin IIED
40:09
Will host communities also have access to these electrified health facilities in the camps ? If yes, will awareness be raised with them on some of the new or better services that might be offered?
Huda - SELCO
40:59
Do the health centers include operating theaters/ blood/ oxygen etc - beyond basic and maternal and child care? Also any specialized care presently offered? Also does the design include health staff quarters as well?
Shahaab Javeri
42:35
In the case of malaria - are the health posts capable of detecting malaria, do they have lab equipments - microscopes, slide warmers and are these machines energy efficient?
Anh Tran
42:54
Will the energy be used for electrical institutional cooking in health clinics - if such cooking facilities exist? (silent question, not able to be on audio).
Drew Bond
43:05
How do we follow up to find out more specifically if we can help?
Kristen
43:14
Hey! Very good project. Do you plan to mount systems on roofs? If you plan to expand the installation in the future, it would be great to identify a location where you can expand.
Manas Puri
48:50
Agriculture waste are often used to maintain soil fertility. Has there some background work done if there are actually “free” to b used for pellets ? Also, collecting and transporting agriculture waste can be very expensive. Any estimates on if production of pellets is economically viable?
Huda - SELCO
49:13
What is the ownership model for the processing facilities?
vahid jahangiri
49:16
what type of briquettes are you planning to produce?
Noelia
52:00
NGO discussions on “e-mobility as service”, is it intended only to NGOs working locally?
Florent Eveille
52:10
Thank for the explanation, I think the idea is to work on maize cobs and residues not used at the transformation level.
Raffaella WFP
53:25
Are you already talking to WFP?
Shahaab Javeri
55:26
Is the processed maize meant for internal consumption or packaged and sold in external markets? - would packaging equipment can be included and storage infrastructure can be (energy)efficiently designed. In case of the maize cobs - would diverting it towards animal feed production be possible?
Raffaella WFP
55:39
raffaella.bellanca@wfp.org
Raffaella WFP
55:49
:-)
Tom Price
56:34
What is the technology being used to turn corncobs into energy ( which company’s tech ) and what’s the cost of energy being produced per kWh?
Huda - SELCO
57:33
Thanks so much, happy to connect later and exchanging some learnings on tech, finance and ownership models especially for the agri processing center
Ronan Ferguson
59:05
Just to add, the project will be set up as an SPV (in response to the ownership question)
James Haselip
01:00:34
Thanks Peter and Ronan, fasncinating project, clearly a huge amount of work behind it. Grateful if you could contact me on haselip@unhcr.org for a follow up chat
Anh Tran
01:01:08
Is there any consideration for electric cooking?
MJAMES MWANGI
01:01:33
Great stuff Peter and Ronan!!
Uganda Mission-daphne
01:03:17
Hello, we hope the slides will be shared after the meeting.
Aimee Jenks - GPA/UNITAR
01:04:45
Yes, slides and procedure for submitting projects and/or resources will be sent after the meeting. Thank you.
John Graham
01:06:33
thanks Aimee
Shahaab Javeri
01:08:17
If appliances Oxygen concentrators/generators are not already there would be good to consider energy efficiency - would have implications on system costs - https://www.seforall.org/sites/default/files/2020-05/Efficiency-Oxygen-Concentrator.pdf
Shripathi Hadigal
01:08:23
Response to COVID solutions - do they include solutions across testing to ICUs? We would be happy to connect on sharing learnings on COVID nodal points interventions
John Graham
01:09:43
what are total system sizing for each hospital.
John Graham
01:10:03
Schneider happy to discuss and also look at training and sustainability side
Kristen
01:10:33
Thanks Daniela. Seems to be a great project. What is the distance between the 3 sites and the current energy situation? Are sites connected to a local grid or generators?
John Graham
01:11:31
are any of the sites grid connected ? even partially
Drew Bond
01:12:29
Do you have an estimate of the size (kW capacity) needed for each site and an idea of whether the systems would be best as ground-mount vs. rooftop systems?
Peter Benhur Nyeko
01:14:31
@TomPrice, the technology is biomass cogeneration. Technology from Caterpillar CAT. In Hybrid with Solar PV. The Levelized cost of Electricity is $0.18/kWh - Mandulis Accenture - Rwamwanja CE3+
Peter Benhur Nyeko
01:17:23
@Shahaab Javeri: Processed Maize will be prioritized for internal consumption within the settlement and the host community. Excess production can be supplied to the regional market. Maize Bran will be diverted towards Animal Feed Production, Meanwhile Maize Cobs retained for energy generation. Packaging will be included and storage infrastructure as well. Drying will be solar powered,
Shahaab Javeri
01:18:32
Thank you Peter
Kristen
01:18:46
Thank you Daniela and for the additional technical details!
Florent Eveille
01:22:34
Hi Cecilia, EnDev has launched COVID-PAY in Mozambique. The objective is to ensure that off-grid households continue to have access to electricity and to avoid bankruptcy of PAYGO solar suppliers by allowing companies to offer special subsidized price promotions that reduce customers’ electricity expenses.
John Graham
01:24:20
Hi Cecilia, we're ready to work on this with you and local MC team for next phase expansion in PAYG and also happy to work on solarization of the institutions
Aimee Jenks - GPA/UNITAR
01:27:21
Any questions or comments for Cecilia?
Shripathi Hadigal
01:27:57
Hi Cicilia, What sort of technical assessment support would you be required?
alisonfiller
01:27:59
Could you please clarify the timeframe of the pilot? (apologies if already mentioned)
Kristen
01:36:13
Thanks Aimee, Agnes and Jaime for this session. It was great. Like the initiative!
John Graham
01:36:42
This was a great idea and very very useful, thank you for organising
Roza Freriks | DCHI
01:36:57
Really enjoyed this session, thank you!
John Graham
01:37:06
really good to make the connections between public and private sectors
Borja Gomez Rojo
01:37:48
Excellent Work everyone! Looking forward to the next session already... Thanks Jaime and Aimee!
Julien BARBIER - SI
01:38:06
Great idea and very useful to have a place to share ideas, project and create a bridge between different sectors
MJAMES MWANGI
01:38:16
Thank you for this excellent forum and collaborative marketplace Jaime, Aimee and colleagues!!
Shripathi Hadigal
01:38:45
Thank you all the teams for very relevant implementation ideas. Looking forward to more interactions. Thanks, GPA for this.
Huda - SELCO
01:39:20
thanks so much! Looking forward to connecting and working with all.
Anh Tran
01:39:26
This forum is a great space for candid and engaging conversations... these conversations will continue behind the scenes.
Cecilia Mercy Corps
01:39:29
Thank you all, great to be part of this!
alisonfiller
01:39:30
Thank you very much Aimee, Jaime, and team. Looking forward to learning more.
Linda Boll, Shell
01:39:31
Thank you for this session , very interesting! Well done everyone!
Tom Price
01:39:35
thanks! great dialogue
Thomas Fohgrub (GPA/UNITAR)
01:39:37
thanks Aimee and Jaime!
Florent Eveille
01:39:37
thanks a lot to all presenters and project pitchers
Drew Bond
01:39:39
Thank you very much for inviting me to participate. Looking forward to collaborations from this and future calls!
John Graham
01:39:43
thank you everyone
Merijn Havinga - SNV
01:39:45
Thank you!