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§ THEME: STRENGTHNING THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN DELIVERINGSUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS § SUBJECT: § THEME: STRENGTHNING THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN DELIVERINGSUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS § SUBJECT: SOLAR QUIPMENT/WINDMILSS TECHNOLOGIES § PRESENTED BY: HAMISI S. MIKATE, ENSOL (T) LIMITED

CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION TO SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES 2. GLOBAL STATUS OF SOLAR CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION TO SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES 2. GLOBAL STATUS OF SOLAR AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES 3. SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT 4. WIND EQUIPMENT 5. ENSOL PROFILE 2

1. INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ü Solar 1. INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ü Solar PV relates to generation of electricity using sunlight when sun rays hit devices called solar cell. When solar cells are connected together it is called solar module ü The main components for Solar PV systems are Solar module for capturing sunlight and converting into electricity, Solar charge controllers for controlling and managing electricity to and from the battery, Solar batteries for storing electricity generated by solar module for uses when there is no sun and Solar Inverters for converting dc electricity from the battery or solar module into ac electricity (the same as grid electricity) ü The are off-grid solar systems both stand –alone and hybrid (mainly in developing countries. ü There also, On-grid systems (mainly in developed countries), where solar electricity is fed into public main grid. ü Lastly there are pico-solar products, this refers to solar lanterns and small lighting products (these are low budget packages) 3

INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR THERMAL (WATER HEATING) ü Solar INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR THERMAL (WATER HEATING) ü Solar water heating is the science of heating the water using the sun. ü There are two types of solar water heating systems based on how they operate: One is Non-Pressurized and Pressurized ü Non-Pressurized is the system in which the water flows by gravity to solar water heater tank ü Pressurized is the one in which the water flowing to the solar water tank may use pressure pump 4

INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR CONCENTRATED POWER (CSP) ü Concentrated INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § SOLAR CONCENTRATED POWER (CSP) ü Concentrated Solar power is the concentration of sun ultra violet rays to very high temperature such that it can heat water or air. The heated water or air is then heated to vapour and subjected into very high pressure so that it can run steam engines for electricity generation. 5

INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § WIND TECHNOLOGIES ü Wind technology relates INTRODUCTION OF SOLAR ENERGY AND WIND TECHNOLOGIES § WIND TECHNOLOGIES ü Wind technology relates to the use of wind to turn the turbine for the purpose of electricity generation or water pumping. ü There are small wind turbines used for generation of electricity in small scale (1 k. W to 50 k. W) ü Large Wind turbines are used to generate huge amount of electricity in MW. 6

2. SOLAR ENERGY GLOBAL GROWTH STATUS § SOLAR PV GROWTH 2013 139 GWp 2010 2. SOLAR ENERGY GLOBAL GROWTH STATUS § SOLAR PV GROWTH 2013 139 GWp 2010 40 GWp 2005 5. 1 GWp § SOLAR THERMAL GLOBAL GROWTH 2013 326 GW(Thermal) 2010 200 GW(Thermal) 2005 100 GW(Thermal) 7

3. SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT I. SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ü SOLAR MODULE/ PANEL – This 3. SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT I. SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ü SOLAR MODULE/ PANEL – This is the heart of any solar PV system whether is small or big. ü SOLAR BATTERY – This is for storing electricity during the night or cloudy days. It is not used for On-grid systems and solar water pumping systems ü SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER – This is used to controller the amount of electricity into and out of the battery so that it isn’t damaged. ü SOLAR PV INVERTER – It used to convert electricity directly from solar panels and feed into the grid. ü SOLAR BATTERY INVERTER – It is used to convert dc electricity from the battery into ac electricity 8

3. SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT II. SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS ü IT HAS TWO MAIN 3. SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT II. SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS ü IT HAS TWO MAIN PARTS (COLLECTORS AND WATER TANK) ü COLLECTORS – This where the technology is. These are special copper pipes and vacuum tubes which are good heat absorbers; they absorb heat for heating the water to between 40 to 70 celcius degrees. ü WATER TANKS – This is a special tank designed to store hot water after being heated. It has also a special portion where cold water is received from the inlet pipe before being heated. 9

5. ENSOL PROFILE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. HISTORY 3. MEMBERSHIP 4. AWARDS 5. OUR PRODUCTS 5. ENSOL PROFILE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. HISTORY 3. MEMBERSHIP 4. AWARDS 5. OUR PRODUCTS 6. TURNOVER 7. OUR PARTNERS 8. SOME OF OUR ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS 9. PROJECTS IN PHOTOS 10

1. INTRODUCTION § MISSION: Providing energy solutions that create value to people’s life § 1. INTRODUCTION § MISSION: Providing energy solutions that create value to people’s life § VISION: Being the most preferred partner in the delivery of clean energy services in Africa § CORPORATE VALUES: 1. Respect to human life and environment 2. Integrity: Honest and Trustworthy 3. Listening to and learning from our partners 4. Strive to be innovative 5. Strive to always work hard and as a team 6. Professionalism: Working professionally in everything we do 11

2. HISTORY § Established in 2001 § 100% locally owned company § Class One, 2. HISTORY § Established in 2001 § 100% locally owned company § Class One, Solar Energy Specialist Contractors § Class Five, Electrical Works Contractors 12

3. MEMBERSHIP § Corporate Member of Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) § Member of 3. MEMBERSHIP § Corporate Member of Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) § Member of Contractors Association of Tanzania (CATA) § Member of Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) 13

4. AWARDS 1. AWARDED CERTIFICATE OF MERIT BY TRA IN 2012 2. Ranked 38 4. AWARDS 1. AWARDED CERTIFICATE OF MERIT BY TRA IN 2012 2. Ranked 38 th in TOP-100 MEDIUM SIZED COMPANIES(2010/2012 3. Ranked 42 nd In TOP-100 MEDIUM SIZED COMPANIES(2010/2011) 4. Won a Grant in Energy and Environmental Partnership (EEP) Competition (2011) – South & East Africa Project 5. Won Lighting Rural Tanzania Competition: Organised By REA & World Bank (2010) 14

5: OUR PRODUCTS 1. SOLAR PV POWER SYSTEMS – FOR ELETRIFICATION OF HOMES, SCHOOLS, 5: OUR PRODUCTS 1. SOLAR PV POWER SYSTEMS – FOR ELETRIFICATION OF HOMES, SCHOOLS, HEALTH FACILITIES, BUSINESS LOCATIONS etc. 2. SOLAR BACKUP POWER SYSTEMS – FOR ENSURING RELIABLE POWER SUPPLY TO WORKING PLACES, BUSINESSES, HOMES, 3. SOLAR MICRO-MINI GRID – FOR VILLAGE/SUB-TOWNS ELECTRIFICATION 4. SOLAR FOR TELECOMS – FOR REMOTE REPEATER STATIONS AND ICT CENTERS 5. SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS – FOR HOMES, HOTELS, HEALTH FACILITIES, HOSTELS etc. 6. SOLAR WATER PUMPING – FOR COMMUNITY DRINKING WATER, IRRIGATION, LIVESTOCK 7. SOLAR LANTERNS – FOR LIGHTING AND PHONE CHARGING – They replace kerosene lamps. 15

6. TURNOVER § 2010 – USD 2. 67 Mil § 2011 – USD 3. 6. TURNOVER § 2010 – USD 2. 67 Mil § 2011 – USD 3. 05 Mil § 2012 - USD 2. 35 Mil § 2013 – USD 2. 36 Mil § 2014 – USD 3. 0 Mil (Projection) 16

7. OUR PARTNERS § AFRICAN ENERGY – USA (SOLAR EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER) § MK BATTERY 7. OUR PARTNERS § AFRICAN ENERGY – USA (SOLAR EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER) § MK BATTERY ( SOLAR BATTERY MANUFACTURER) § VICTRON ENERGY – THE NETHERLANDS (SOLAR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER) § LORENTZ – GERMANY (SOLAR WATER PUMP MANUFACTURER) § PHOCOS – GERMANY (SOLAR EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER) § OMNIVOLTAICE – CHINA (MICRO SOLAR PRODUCTS MANUCTURER) § PERSISTENCE ENERGY - USA (FINANCIAL PARTNER) 17

8. SOME OF OUR ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS § CLINTON FOUNDATION – ELECTRIFICATION OF HEALTH FACILITIES 8. SOME OF OUR ESTEEMED CUSTOMERS § CLINTON FOUNDATION – ELECTRIFICATION OF HEALTH FACILITIES § MINISTRY OF EDUCATION – ELECTRIFICATION OF TTC’S COMPUTER LEARNING FACILITIES § BENJAMIN WILLIAM MKAPA HIV/AID FOUNDATION – ELECTRIFICATION OF STAFF HOUSES FOR HEALTH CENTERS § AMREF – SOLAR WATER PUMPING PROJECT § TANAPA – ELECTRIFICATION OF NATIONAL PARKS HEADQUARTERS AND GATES § TRA – ELECTRIFICATION OF BOARDER POSTS § NGORO CONSERVATION AREA AUTHORITY – SOLAR BACKUP POWER SYSTEM § WORLD LUNG FOUNDATION – ELECTRIFICATION OF MINORTHEATERS IN RURAL CLINICS § ICAP/COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – ELECTRIFICATION OF HEALTH FACILITIES § SOLAR AID – ELECTRIFICATION OF SCHOOLS § ILO – SOLAR BACKUP SYSTEM AT ILO HQ § AKIBA BANK – SOLAR BACKUP POWER SYSTEM § FINCA – SOLAR BACKUP POWER SYSTEM § ------TO MENTION BUT A FEW---- 18

7. SOME OF IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS IN PHOTOS § I. KAZI HOUSE (ILO) - DAR 7. SOME OF IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS IN PHOTOS § I. KAZI HOUSE (ILO) - DAR 19

II. KIDABAGA HEALTH CENTER – KILOLO IRINGA 20 II. KIDABAGA HEALTH CENTER – KILOLO IRINGA 20

III. TANDALA TEACHERS COLLEGE – MAKETE, NJOMBE III. TANDALA TEACHERS COLLEGE – MAKETE, NJOMBE

IV. LONGIDO DISTRICT COUNCIL OFFICE BLOCK 22 IV. LONGIDO DISTRICT COUNCIL OFFICE BLOCK 22

V. ABDULLAH MZEE HOSPITAL - PEMBA 23 V. ABDULLAH MZEE HOSPITAL - PEMBA 23

Solar Water Pumping Projects 24 Solar Water Pumping Projects 24

IDODI SECONDARY SCHOOL - IRINGA 25 IDODI SECONDARY SCHOOL - IRINGA 25

EVENTS 26 EVENTS 26

CONTACTS § 3 rd Floor, NSSF Building – Ubungo § P. O. Box 42227, CONTACTS § 3 rd Floor, NSSF Building – Ubungo § P. O. Box 42227, DSM § Tel/Fax: +255 -222 -450 -468 § Cell: 0754 -694 -413 § Email: [email protected] co. tz § Web: www. ensol. co. tz

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