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GSR 2015

172 REFERENCE TABLES TABLE R22. DISTRIBUTED RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKETS AND INSTALLED CAPACITIES: EXAMPLES (continued) COUNTRY TECHNOLOGY/ SYSTEM CAPACITY ADDED IN 2014 CUMULATIVE AT END-2014 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (including programme, financing partner and project developer) LATIN AMERICA Panama Solar home systems 1,425 households Implemented under the IDB-funded Rural Electrification Program Peru Solar PV (pico) 2,200 units 3,000 units Implemented under the EnDev Programme2 Solar home systems 1,100 units 4,900 units Implemented under the EnDev Programme2 Mini-grid (biogas) 16 kWp - 50 households electrified - Implemented by SNV under a Government/Dutch Foundation-funded project Hybrid mini-grid (hydro / solar) 4 kWp - 192 residents electrified - Installed by ARE members Improved cookstoves 20,000 units 124,800 units Implemented under the EnDev Programme2 Venezuela Solar PV 2.5 MW 3,139 PV systems installed under the Government "Sowing Light" Program MIDDLE EAST Saudi Arabia Solar powerpack1 14 kWp - 50 residents electrified - Installed by ARE members United Arab Emirates Solar PV 80 kWp Consolidated at country level OCEANIA Australia Solar PV 275 kWp Installed by ARE members Papua New Guinea Solar PV (pico) 23,833 units Implemented under a joint GOGLA and World Bank project3 1 A solar powerpack is a solar array that consists of a solar PV module, a maintenance-free battery, a solar inverter/charge controller, and safety switches/relays, mounting hardware, and interconnecting cables. 2 All Energising Development (EnDev) data are based on reported figures as of end-2014, and they have been corrected to account for a “sustainability” factor, a “windfall gain” factor, and replacement. The sustainability factor applies when the renewable energy technology being used may not be repaired or when a household returns to its previous energy source at end-of-life of the renewable energy system. The windfall gain factor refers to people who, in the same period and in the absence of the project, still might have gained access to an equivalent service. The replacement factor accounts for systems that had to be replaced during the duration of a project due to their lifespan (applies mainly to cookstoves and pico solar PV systems). 3 All Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA) data represent units sold by GOGLA members in 2014 (partly only during the second half of 2014); data are only for countries where more than three member companies have reported sales; all stand-alone solar lanterns and systems that are under 15 kWp are referred to as “Solar PV (pico)”. 4 SME = small and medium-sized enterprise. Note: This reference table represents a first attempt to compile DRE data based on available information and contributions from key stakeholders. As such, it is non-exhaustive and should not be considered comprehensive. This table does not include all countries, and it might be missing some systems or/and technolo- gies that are present in a specific country. Data are derived from the REN21 database and are compiled from all available submissions from report contributors, in particular country contributors and topical DRE contributors. It includes information only from those development banks and organisations that contributed to the REN21 database. All data in column “cumulative at end-2014” are for 2014 unless otherwise noted. Source: See Endnote 22 for this section. BACK

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