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MED - ENEC I Pilot Projects                                                   This project is funded by the European Union...
ISR 1e Phase Pilot Project                                                                          This project is funded...
MED ENEC II -What we do                                                               This project is funded by the Europe...
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MED ENEC Activity Overview                                                       This project is funded by the European Un...
Why NEEAP ?                                                    This project is funded by the European Union• Overall strat...
ISRAEL NEEAP 2010-2020                                                                                          This proje...
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This project is funded by the European UnionDr. Kurt WiesegartMED-ENEC II Team Leader & Expert Policy Dialoguegiz Internat...
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  1. 1. This project is funded by the European UnionEnergy Efficiency in the Construction Sector in Mediterranean Countries 10 November 2011 Dr. Kurt Wiesegart, MED-ENEC Team Leader www.med-enec.eu 1
  2. 2. Partner Countries This project is funded by the European Union SYR LEB ALG ISRMRC TUN PAL JOR EGY www.med-enec.eu 2
  3. 3. Project Goal This project is funded by the European Union “To Develop the markets for EE and RE in the Buildingsector and related industrial and services activities within the Mediterranean Partner Countries” www.med-enec.eu 3
  4. 4. Objective of MED-ENEC II This project is funded by the European Union Contribute to Development of:Energy Efficiency Renewable (EE) Energies (RE) Overall Objective Construction + Related Sectors Reducing Costs for Owners, User and State Increasing Competiveness for the Private Sector Reducing CO2 Emissions/Climate Protection www.med-enec.eu 4
  5. 5. MED - ENEC I Pilot Projects This project is funded by the European UnionALG TUN EGY SYR JOR ISRMOR PAL LEB www.med-enec.eu 5
  6. 6. ISR 1e Phase Pilot Project This project is funded by the European UnionGreen Training and Community Centre – SakhninTowns Association for Environment Quality, (Yasin.A, Dwairy.R, Tarabea.H, & Kimchie.S)Energy Savings - Vernacular & Modern Elements1) EE: Malkafs, Thisana’s, Mashrabia, Solar spaces – 72% E-saving, EE- Appliances, Savings: 72% , Payback: 8 years2) RE: PV Systems, Wind turbine Savings: 85% , Payback: 11 yearsConclusions:1) Traditional vernacular & modern passive measures save 72% energy compared to a conventional building. These measures are cost-efficient therefore: “replicable”2) Renewable energy systems a “Zero-Energy-Building” is possible. www.med-enec.eu 6
  7. 7. MED ENEC II -What we do This project is funded by the European Union1. Improve framework conditions2. Develop business and technology cooperation3. Build institutional capacities and offer4. Technical training5. Support awareness campaigns6. Initiate and promote broad EE/RE deployment7. Intensify networking among actors www.med-enec.eu 7
  8. 8. Regional Cooperation RE & EE Projects This project is funded by the European Union RCREEE CooperationMED-ENEC II & MED-EMIP Synergies MEDENER www.med-enec.eu 8
  9. 9. Regional Cooperation RE & EE Projects This project is funded by the European Union• LAS Energy Efficiency + Renewable Energy departments of the Electricity Ministry Council of the League of Arab – development NEEAP• RCREEE an independent regional think tank based in Cairo which is dedicated to the promotion of renewable energies (RE) and energy efficiency (EE).• MED-EMIP the catalyst of the reinforcement of EU-Mediterranean energy cooperation, with particular emphasis on energy security and sustainability, through enhanced dialogue and information exchange.• MEDENER an association of energy management agencies whose current members are the agencies of the EUs southern Member States and of six Mediterranean Partners. www.med-enec.eu 9
  10. 10. MED ENEC Activity Overview This project is funded by the European Union Financing ESCO Development NEEAP Specific Demand: Development - BAC Awareness Campaign- SHW Certification EE Building Projects www.med-enec.eu 10
  11. 11. Why NEEAP ? This project is funded by the European Union• Overall strategy on Energy Efficiency• Organize and settle all work on Energy Efficiency in a systematic way• Identify major processes, applications, sectors and cross- sectoral activities of relative and highest impact• Identify economic and sustainable solutions• Step into a process of continual improvement www.med-enec.eu 11
  12. 12. ISRAEL NEEAP 2010-2020 This project is funded by the European UnionMinistry of National Infrastructures, July 2010 ( unofficial translation by EUD to Israel)Electricity Consumption Reduction Measures & Implementation planningEE Measures related to the buildings sector: Priority Change in regulation Industrial sector Business Public sector and other 1 Chillers Chillers Government ministries (administrative measures) 2 Saver light bulbs Cooling towers Higher education institutions 3 Electrical appliances on stand by Water pumps Local authorities 4 Introduction of law on energy Compression and Energy conscious building – sources in government ministries pneumatic systems existing office buildings and other business branches 5 Air conditioners Production systems Retirement and nursing homes 6 Fridges Agricultural sector Boarding schools and welfare institutions 7 Televisions Lighting systems Hospitals www.med-enec.eu 12
  13. 13. www.med-enec.eu This project is funded by the European Union• Recent Developments in the field• Pilot projects• Events• Documents• Business Database• Finance Database• Awareness materials www.med-enec.eu 13
  14. 14. This project is funded by the European UnionDr. Kurt WiesegartMED-ENEC II Team Leader & Expert Policy Dialoguegiz International Services Thank you very much!MED ENEC Key ExpertsLow Energy Building and Urban Planning - Florentine VisserBusiness Development and Financing - Ammar Al-TaherCommunication, Events & Training - Timur El HadidiProject Office7 Tag El-Din El-Soubky Street11631 Heliopolis, Cairo, EgyptTel.: +20 (0)18 653 5517 “The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the authorE-Mail: kurt.wiesegart@giz.de and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union”. www.med-enec.eu 14
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