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Assessment of the status of solar PV in Yemen (arabe)

The Republic of Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the MENA region yet with a rich endowment of renewables. The country has been undergoing political and economic unrest that negatively affects its energy sector and particularly leads to drastic electricity cutoff across the whole country. This challenging situation has geared the Yemeni society towards resorting to reliance on solar photovoltaic (PV) as a survival solution to meet their basic electricity needs. PV technologies have growingly penetrated the market as the only way to get electricity in certain areas for both off-grid communities as well as groups affected by recurrent power shortages and as a new alternative to the expensive and often unreliable diesel-based small independent power producers. This has been fostered by the potential of solar PV technology to enhance the social and economic conditions in the country as well as the dramatic reduction in the prices of the technology of concern.

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  • Auteur

    Mahmoud,Maged, Al Shaibani,Rami Abdulaziz, Almohamadi,Akram, Hashim,Khalid, Cabanero,Andrea, Saeed,Karamy

  • Date du document

    2017/05/01

  • Type de document

    Document de travail

  • Numéro du rapport

    121707

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Yémen, République du

  • Date de publication

    2018/02/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Assessment of the status of solar PV in Yemen

  • Mots clé

    Electricity;lack of access to capital;market potential;diesel generator;rural area;health facility;residential sector;small independent power producer;consequence of climate change;high pressure sodium lamp;business model;central bank of yemen;solar system;access to drinking water;water use for irrigation;small and medium enterprise;primary health care clinics;access to potable water;public health facility;Energy;gross domestic product;solar energy system;agriculture sector;local bank;quality of product;technical inspection;capacity building program;international financial institution;solar power technology;lack of participation;cost of diesel;frequent power cuts;energy efficiency initiative;supply chain process;high growth rate;sources of water;care international;volatile exchange rate;grid electricity supply;community action group;absence of incentive;renewable energy technologies;loan guarantee facility;lack of awareness;energy storage technology;source of energy;economies of scale;form of credit;basic water need;absence of coordination;lack of incentive;lack of demand;safe drinking water;official exchange rate;lack of knowledge;Access to Electricity;cost of transportation;improved water source;share of import;selection of equipment;street light;national grid;diesel consumption;financing mechanism;installed capacity;small industry;solar pump;irrigation purpose;water pump;ongoing conflicts;dengue fever;treatment plant;operational budget;industry sector;micro industry;solar panel;water sector;Energy Sector;Health Service;electrical load;electricity outages;payback period;positive impact;financial mechanism;grid network;average cost;power system;food insecurity;acquired knowledge;private company;selection criterion;Education Planning;educational institute;petroleum product;dramatic reduction;education facility;power shortage;military barrack;irrigation pump;average capacity;cultivated land;medical equipment;kidney failure;electrical energy;procurement process;Exchange Rates;military activity;market size;diplomatic status;public library;political conflict;drug store;post conflict;electricity shortage;private hospitals;religious reasons;health establishment;local agency;fuel price;agricultural area;inter governmental organization;currency crisis;governmental departments;medical instrument;governmental funds;power outage;inflation rate;tariff structure;sustainable solution;sewage system;uniform rate;pipe network;urban cities;public network;component supply;local market;academic community;traditional irrigation;health coverage;diesel power;commercial areas;black market;financial crisis;micro grid;geographical distribution;essential commodities;currency rate;drinkable water;vulnerable countries;general political;economic instability;improving energy;socioeconomic conditions;labor skills;market needs;market survey;capital need;water well;support policy;strategic impact;scarce water;long-term saving;institutional framework;world capital;Tax Exemption;commercial sector;energy cooperative;farmers' cooperative;import companies;guarantee requirement;product specification;market penetration;electricity need;system design;car battery;system failure;investment cost;basic knowledge;system quality;rural community;investment choice;vocational institute;professional institution;energy subsidies;high power;skilled expertise;metal industry;tribal society;loan demand;flood irrigation;governmental services;project execution;water bill;high urbanization;price benchmark;price control;water tank;average values;urban household;charge controller;hybrid system;Water Shortage;water depletion;electricity tariff;market surveillance;acute need;Hydro Power;poverty alleviation;dense population;Residential Neighborhood;market infrastructure;widespread poverty;public awareness;Clean Energy;skilled personnel;computer lab;educational building;incentive program;national economy;financial difficulties;concessional loan;adequate health;solar technology

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