Unlocking Energy Efficiency in Emerging Markets, Demostenes Barbosa da Silva
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On December 14, 2009, the Alliance to Save Energy and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) held a side event at the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, entitled, ...

On December 14, 2009, the Alliance to Save Energy and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) held a side event at the COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, entitled, "Paradox to Paradigm: The Role of Energy Efficiency in Creating Low Carbon Economies."

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Unlocking Energy Efficiency in Emerging Markets, Demostenes Barbosa da Silva Unlocking Energy Efficiency in Emerging Markets, Demostenes Barbosa da Silva Presentation Transcript

  • Panel 2 Unlocking Energy Efficiency In Emerging Markets Demóstenes Barbosa da Silva, AES Brasil
  • Energy End Use by Sector in Brazil Total Energy Used is 122 MTOE/year Source: National Energy Balance, by the Ministry of Mines and Energy
  • Energy End Use by Sources in Brazil Total Sources 122 MTOE/year Source: National Energy Balance, by the Ministry of Mines and Energy
  • Economic Efficiency Improvement at Short Term Total 27 MTOE/year Source: National Energy Balance, by the Ministry of Mines and Energy
    • Energy efficiency programs in Brazil
    • PROCEL, electricity end use (lightning, refrigerators, electric motors, electric showers and water heating).
    • CONSERVE, fuel substitution and energy auditing.
    • CONPET, fuel consumption (reduced targets because of low oil price).
    • Regulatory obligation for utilities to invest 1% of Annual Operational Revenues in energy efficiency programs.
    • Potential State and Municipal Programs emerging in the context of GHG emissions reduction targets.
    • Why investments in Energy Efficiency did not happen in large scale?
    • Capital scarcity in the 80’s and 90’s.
    • High interest rates
    • Competition conventional vs efficient technologies
    • Lack of incentives to surpass the perverse logic “more efficiency means less revenues”
    • How to unlock energy efficiency?
    • Interest rates oriented to the green economy
    • Global funding made available on equalized terms
    • Regulatory incentives to capture positive externalities in order to speed up technological changes
    • Simplify and scale up CDM support
    • A global alliance to support end users that want to improve energy efficiency to mitigate climate change.
  • Let’s create a world wide alliance to save energy! [email_address] +55 11 2195 2303 www.aes.com