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    • 1. Facilitating Energy Efficiency – the Role of Energy Agencies
        • Dipl.-Geogr. Alexandra Waldmann
        • Berliner Energieagentur GmbH
        • Local Renewables 2007
        • Freiburg i.Br. 14 June 2007
    • 2.
      • Foundation
      • in 1992 as Public-Private Partnership
      • Shareholders
      • Federal State of Berlin
      • Vattenfall Europe
      • GASAG
      • KfW Banking Group
      • Disposes of
      • 2.5 million € of capital stock
      • Annual Turn-Over
      • 5.5 million €
      • Know-how
      • 45 members of staff
      Facilitating Energy Efficiency
      • Energy Services
      • Consulting
      • Contracting
      • International Know-How Transfer
      • Based in
      • Französische Straße 23
      • 10117 Berlin
      • Phone: (030) 29 33 30 - 0
      • e-mail: [email_address]
      • Internet: www.berliner-e-agentur.de
      © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH, May 2007 General Company Profile
    • 3.
      • Energy Services
      • Contracting: Planning, financing, construction, and operation of Combined Heat and Power and Heat stations, of special supply components such as emergency power, cooling energy and compressed air as well as lighting systems
      • Consulting: Advice to the public sector, the housing industry and business enterprises on the conception of an efficient energy supply management and the use of new economical technologies
      • International Know-How Transfer: Transfer of successful models of efficient use of energy and of the deployment of renewable energy to developing markets
      Facilitating Energy Efficiency © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH, May 2007 General Company Profile
    • 4. The European Energy Policy Context Facilitating Energy Efficiency Competitiveness: Lisbon Environment: Kyoto Security of Supply Target: minus 8% Co2 by 2012 Status: increase +0,4% 2003-04 Business as usual scenario: 80% -90% import dependency by 2030 Investment needed over next 20 years: 1 trillion euros
    • 5. Facilitating Energy Efficiency Market Potential - Estimation
      • Energy Consumption:
      • 2004: 13,281 TWh
      • 20% higher than economically feasible
      • 40% higher than technically possible
      • building sector  major part
      • Energy Services:
      • long term prospect – 25 billion €
    • 6. Facilitating Energy Efficiency
      • Energy Efficiency pays off, it is
        • A hedge against rising energy prices
        • En.Effiicency upgrade stops deterioration and value loss of buildings
        • Helps keep locla work places
      • Energy Efficiency can be done internally or with the support of external know- how (and money)
      • Energy Services are one instrument that work
      Tools, instruments for energy efficiency
    • 7. Facilitating Energy Efficiency
      • Lack of targeted Information (e.g. lack of know how on energy consumption and economic efficiency of efficient products)
      • Legal issues (e.g. housing /rent laws - Investor-User-Dilemma)
      • Financial barriers (e.g. short term budgets versus long term investments)
      • Organisational/Structural barriers (e.g. Kameralistik, lack of responsibilites)
      Market Barriers to Energy Efficiency
    • 8.
      • In principle
      • Procurement legislation flexible to allow EPC
      • In practice
      • Lack of clarity of administrative and budgetary regulations on issue of EPC on all levels
      • Resulting in
      • Varying interpretation of legislation
      • Uncertainties among potential customers
      Procurement Framework Facilitating Energy Efficiency
    • 9.
      • Arguments and Issues
      • Loss of Work Places
      • Loss of Control over Public duties
      • Human Nature (Persistence against changes)
      • Minimum Requirement:
      • Need for political leadership : „loud, long and legal“
      Facilitating Energy Efficiency Capacity Building Needs
      • Facts
      • Geopolitical and World Energy Situation
        • Energy efficiency moved up on political agenda
        • Acceptance of energy efficiency as economic issue on implementation level is slow
    • 10. Facilitating Energy Efficiency
      • Energy & Environment Agencies have a unique position and know-how on energy & environmental issues
        • They work on the implementation of EU policies delivering results
        • They are the link between the public, policy and the market
        • They have a role as mediators between local players, experts, decision makers and consumers
        • They provide best practice and lesso ns learned
      Energy Agencies
    • 11. Facilitating Energy Efficiency Neutral Process Management - Energy Agencies as Market Drivers Energy Agencies Information on technology & economy, partnerships Know-how and Experience Procurement process Economics of Energy Services Public Mandate Ownership structure Public – Private- Partnerships Customer needs/ Procurement Procedures
    • 12. Facilitating Energy Efficiency sites/buildings © Berlin er Energieagentur GmbH, May 2007 PPP – Energy Saving Partnership Remuneration guaranteed savings Co-ordination Supply Technical issues Energy Saving Service Energy Saving Partner payment natural gas district heat electricity oil Utilities Gas, electricity and/or fuel supply companies building owner General Maintenance
    • 13. Energy Saving Partnerships Berlin – A Model of Success Total number of Pools: 20 comprising >1,300 buildings Guaranteed savings in total: € 10.6 million (26%) Annual plus to the public household: € 2.5 million Annual CO 2 -Reduction 60,500 t Total Investment: € 43.13 million Facilitating Energy Efficiency
    • 14.
      • Driving Force:
        • Political will and decision makers who take responsibility
      • Reliable legal framework:
        • Clear information on use of energy services (tender &award procedure, budgetary handling)
      • Harmonised procedures and contracts:
        • Time and cost effectiveness for implementation, reliability
        • Competition and transparency for market development
      • Neutral process management
        • Trustworthiness, both technical and economic know-how
        • Potential mediator in conflict situation
      Facilitatiing Energy Efficiency Review - Criteria & Conditions for Success of Energy Services
    • 15. Energy Efficiency and Energy Services © Berliner Energieagentur GmbH, May 2007 Auftraggeber (Land, Krankenhaus, etc.) Client (State, hospital, etc.) Berliner Energieagentur Projektmanager Project Manager Energiesparpartner Contractor Energy Saving Partner Contractor Beauftragung Assignment Beratung Consultancy Technisch-wirtschaftliche Vorgaben, Verhandlungen Technical-economic requirements, Negotiations Energiespar-Garantievertrag/ Energy Saving Guarantee Contract Energy Saving Partnership – Project Management
    • 16. The Berlin Energy Agency
      • Organized under private law
      • A model of Public-Private Partnership
        • Joined forces of policy, public financing and the energy industry
      • Policy backing
      • Combining public interest with market driven business approach
      Success Criteria
    • 17. Berlin experience transferred
      • Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania
      • Chile, India
      Transferrability - International Know-how Transfer Clear contract – Clearinghouse for Energy Contracting in CEE
        • Model contracts and tender documents incl. Hungary
        • Local capacity building
        • CZ: 10 contracts signed since 2003
      • Model contracts and tender documents
      • Core aim: getting projects off the ground (to date: 7)
      Facilitating Energy Efficiency
    • 18. Summary
      • Innovative financing schemes help decrease the need for subsidies
      • Energy agencies play an important role as intermediaries between players
      • Support from public sector still needed
        • Political will
        • Clear unequivocal mandate
      • Cooperation and exchange is essential to leverage synergies between funding instruments on all levels (EU– National – Regional/Local)
    • 19. Facilitating Energy Efficiency
      • FEDARENE has 65 members in 15 countries of the EU
      • A network of local and regional actors in sustainable development with a special focus on energy & the environment
      • FEDARENE facilitates cooperation, and initiates projects, fosters the exchange of ideas and know-how, promotes best practices
      • Vice versa, FEADRENE informs its members on relevant EU developments, moderates discussion and exchange.
      • FEDARENE seeks to build a European policy environment that fosters the local & regional dimension
      • www.fedarene.org
      Join the network
    • 20. Thank you for your attention For more information: www.berliner-e-agentur.de [email_address]
    • 21. Energy Saving Guarantees for the Public Sector Energy Services - Third Party Financing / participation model Contracting rate Share of customer

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