Status Quo and Potential          The German Energy TransitionHow Does It Work and What Does It Mean for Jordan?          ...
Electrical Energy Consumption                      2008                    Water                   PumpingStreet lighting ...
Energy saving per sector:                 Street lighting                                                       Water pump...
Primary Energy                          1%       32%                                            66%1%     Oil & Oil Produc...
Sectorial Electricity Consumption               Forecast (GWh)900080007000600050004000300020001000   0       2000       20...
Primary Energy Demand Forecast & theContribution of EE and RE in Energy Mix                                               ...
Where dowe go fromhere?
Savings of 20 - 30% of final energy consumption per sector represents a reduction in                                      ...
Direct Solar Irradiance in EUMENA in kWh/m²/y                                                                        water...
Annual average windspeed :
The Green Economy Sectors in JordanA system of economic             Agricultureactivities related to the             Bui...
Policy recommended incentives
Thank you
German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas
German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas
German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas
German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas
German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas
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German Energy Transition Workshop-Raouf Al Dabbas

  1. 1. Status Quo and Potential The German Energy TransitionHow Does It Work and What Does It Mean for Jordan? 25 September 2012 Days Inn Hotel Amman Raouf Dabbas
  2. 2. Electrical Energy Consumption 2008 Water PumpingStreet lighting 15% Household 2% 39% Industrial 27% Commercial 17%
  3. 3. Energy saving per sector: Street lighting Water pumpingTransport 30% 20% 20% 20% 30% ` Commercial Houshold Industrial
  4. 4. Primary Energy 1% 32% 66%1% Oil & Oil Products Renewable Energy Natural Gas Imported Electricity
  5. 5. Sectorial Electricity Consumption Forecast (GWh)900080007000600050004000300020001000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Domestic Commercial Industrial Service Water pumping Street lighting
  6. 6. Primary Energy Demand Forecast & theContribution of EE and RE in Energy Mix Hypothetical Energy Use 18000 16773 16000Primary Energy Forecast (1000 toe) 14000 13252 12000 12079 10000 8000 6000 Total Primary Energy 4000 Primary Energy with Energy Efficiency measures 2000 Primary Energy with Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 years
  7. 7. Where dowe go fromhere?
  8. 8. Savings of 20 - 30% of final energy consumption per sector represents a reduction in annual energy cost of Jordan of about 620 million JOD* 1,037 ca. -200 Cost of energy consumed in million JOD 2008 Cost of energy consumed 2008 in million JOD 829 Cost of energy consumed in million JOD incl. energy-efficiency measures ca. -190 to save x% of 2008 consumption ca. -120 642 Cost savings in million JOD due -x m. to sector-specific (NERC) 593 JOD energy savings** 474 ca. -80 450 391 313 ca. -25 ca. -5 -20% -30% -20% -20% energy savings energy savings energy savings energy savings 86 60 14 10 Transport Industry Household Commercial Water Street pumping lighting -30% energy savings* Internal estimations (Ministry of Environment/ CIM)** Calculated by applying the sectors’ share in final energy consumption to the total cost of consumed energy (2008=2,763 Million JOD; MEMR-Facts & Figures)
  9. 9. Direct Solar Irradiance in EUMENA in kWh/m²/y water power Desert area required for: 1 km² is enough to desalinate 165,000 m³/day. 50 km x 50 km are needed to avoid the MENA water deficit in 2050.Solar irradiance 2400 kWh/m²/year x 10 % CSP efficiency / 4 kWh/m³ RO power consumption / 365 days/year = 0.165 m³/m²/day
  10. 10. Annual average windspeed :
  11. 11. The Green Economy Sectors in JordanA system of economic  Agricultureactivities related to the  Buildingproduction, distribution  Citiesand consumption of goods  Energyand services that result Financein improved human well-  Forestbeing over the long term,  Manufacturingwhile not exposing future  Tourismgenerations toenvironmental risks and  Transportecological scarcities.  Waste  Water Modeling   Enabling Conditions
  12. 12. Policy recommended incentives
  13. 13. Thank you
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