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Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
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Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
Pathways to Energy Management Programmes – Gaining through Saving, Amelie Goldberg
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  • 1. INSTITUTE FOR Industrial Productivity Sharing best practices for low carbon enterprises e info@iipnetwork.org w iipnetwork.orgPathways  to  Energy  Management  Programmes  -­‐  Gaining  through  Saving  IPEEC  pre-­‐sessional  workshop  EE  Global,  Orlando,  FL  Amélie  Goldberg  March  27,  2012  
  • 2. PresentaFon  overview  •  About  IIP  •  IIP’s  relevant  research  •  The  IEA-­‐IIP  Policy  Pathway    •  Energy  Management  Programmes  (EnMPs)  •  Importance  of  drivers  &  implementaFon  support  •  The  Policy  Pathway:  10  steps  to  delivering  EnMPs  •  EnMS  in  the  Supply  Chain  •  Key  messages  and  Future  Pathways  
  • 3. IIP  at  a  glance…   The  Ins(tute  for  Industrial  Produc(vity  provides   companies  and  governments  with  the  best  energy   efficiency  prac(ces  to  reduce  energy  costs  and   prepare  for  a  low  carbon  future.  •  Sharing  and  disseminaFng  best  pracFces,   The  IIP  team  and  Strategic  Advisory  Group   including  bridging  the  gap  between   government  policy  and  industry   implementaFon  •  PiloFng  scalable  projects  for  GHG  miFgaFon  •  FacilitaFng  the  creaFon  of  innovaFve   financial  mechanisms  
  • 4. IIP’s  Relevant  Research   1.  Promo(ng  EnMS  through  Programmes,  Incen(ves  and  Support   –  Experiences  Denmark,  Sweden  and  Ireland     –  Lessons  learnt  and  technical  assistance  for  EnMP  implementaFon  in  China   2.  Policy  Pathway  –  IEA  &  IIP  Partnership     –  Policy  Pathways  designed  to  help  implement   IEA’s  25  Energy  Efficiency  RecommendaFons   –  Case  studies  of  good  pracFce,  involvement  of   internaFonal  experts   –  Expert  Workshop  30  September  2011     –  Publica3on  April  2012  3.  Supply  Chain  Ini(a(ves  for  Industry  (forthcoming)   –  Promising  method  of  sFmulaFng  energy  management  in  industry   –  Challenges  and  opportuniFes  
  • 5. Decision-­‐makers  Ma]er!   Need  to  make  a  compelling  business  case  to  the  board   Produc(vity  gains  “sell”   Chief Technology Officer “Do we know what energy efficiency practices and technologies are available?” Financial Director Driver: knowledge Do we have the money to invest and are we willing to spend it on EE? Driver: Financials CEO Are we committed to prioritize EE above other investments? Driver: Commitment Source:  Ecofys     in  Reinaud  and  Goldberg,  2011   Marketing DirectorDo the public and market demand us taking EE measures? Driver: Public and market Regulatory Affairs Officer demand Does this government policy require us to take EE measures? Driver: Policy obligation
  • 6. Co-­‐benefits  -­‐  a  significant  driver  for  companies  •  Co-­‐benefits  o_en  exceed  the  value  of  energy  savings    •  Including  co-­‐benefits  reduces  payback  Fmes  for  investments  Examples:  •  Value  of  non-­‐energy  benefits  (NEBs)  equal  to  about  2.5  (mes  the   projected  energy  savings  for  the  installed  measures  (Hall  &  Roth,  2003)  •  Inclusion  of  quanFfied  co-­‐benefits  in  an  energy-­‐conservaFon  supply  curve   for  the  US  iron  and  steel  industry  doubled  the  poten(al  for  cost-­‐effec(ve   savings  (Worrell  et  al.  2001  &  2003)  •  An  iniFal  cost  of  $5000  in  consulFng  fees  for  purchasing  a  three-­‐fan,   variable  inlet  valve  controlled  system,  created  a  potenFal  incremental   annual  revenue  $375  000  for  Alcoa.  
  • 7. Policy  Pathway  Overview  •  What:  DefiniFons    •  Why:  Importance  of  managing   energy  in  industry    •  Role  of  energy  management   programmes    •  How  to  design  and  deliver  energy   management  programmes    
  • 8. Energy  Management  Programmes  -­‐  DefiniFons   Link  to  policy   • Target-­‐sehng  policy   • Mandatory  EnMS   package   Drivers  &   • Policy  exempFons   IncenFves   • Subsidies  /  Tax  rebates   • Public  reporFng   • External  RecogniFon   • Networking   • Workshops   Support   • Direct  technical  assistance   • Tools,  training   Energy   • Standard  or  specificaFon   Management   • EnMS  incl.  Energy  review  guidelines   • CerFficaFon  or  verificaFon   Systems  
  • 9. Why  Energy  Management?   =>  Save  Energy  and  Realise  Co-­‐Benefits  Why  EnMS?  •  Overcome  a  range  of  barriers  to  energy  efficiency  •  Measurement  of  baseline  energy  use,  energy  reviews,  KPIs,  etc.  •  ConFnuous  idenFficaFon  of  energy  saving  opportuniFes  &  implementaFon  •  Involvement  of  top  management  and  staff    Why  EnMPs?  •  Energy  saving  acFons  in  industry  are  relaFvely  cost  effecFve  •  EnMPs  can  be  linked  to  and  support  policy  objecFves  e.g.,  energy  security    •  Isolated  adopFon  of  EnMS  may  lead  to  varying  degrees  of  quality  and  durability,   and  low  up-­‐take  •  Overcome  company  barriers  to  the  implementaFon  of  EnMSs,  and  provide   guidance  and  support  for  the  implementaFon  process  
  • 10. “EnMS  +”:  ImplementaFon  Mechanisms  •  EnMS  is  the  cornerstone  of  an  EnMP,  but  other  EnMP   components  are  necessary  to  achieve  energy  savings…  •  Energy  review,  benchmarking  and  technical  tools  assist   in  idenFfying  EE  opportuniFes,  defining  targets  and  key   performance  indicators  (KPIs)  within  their  EnMS.   •  Some  may  be  complementary  requirements  •  Direct  programme  and/or  technical  assistance    •  Case  studies  showing  peer  experience  •  Guidance  materials    •  Workshops,  networks  and  other  fora  for  best  pracFce   exchange    
  • 11. Country  example:  Sweden   voluntary   PFE   agreement   Drivers  &   •  Rebate  from  carbon  tax   •  External  recogniFon  (case   IncenFves   studies)   •  Manuals  on  energy  reviews,  LCC   and  procurement   Support   •  Networking  and  workshops   •  Direct  technical  assistance   Energy   •  EN  16001  (transiFon  to  ISO  Management   50001)  standard   •  EnMS  CerFficaFon   Systems  
  • 12. Country  example:  Australia   Energy   Efficiency   OpportuniFes   •  EEO  is  mandatory   Drivers  &   •  Public  and  government  reporFng   IncenFves   •  External  recogniFon  (case   studies)   •  Industry  Guidelines   Support   •  Industry  Support  Officers   •  Annual  workshops   Energy   •  Assessment  Framework  (EnMS   Management   specificaFon)   •  Government  verificaFon   Systems  
  • 13. EnMS  in  the  Supply  Chain  What  is  the  role  of  EnMS  in  supply  chain  ini(a(ves?  •  Successful  examples  of  large  buyers/retailers  engaging  their   manufacturing  base  in  energy  or  GHG  saving  acFviFes,  e.g.:   •  Ikea  audits  and  capacity  building  with  its  manufacturing  suppliers   (partnership  with  WWF  Climate  PosiFve  OpportuniFes  for  Suppliers)   •  Ford  and  SKF  require  suppliers  to  be  ISO  14001  cerFfied  •  IIP  Database  on  Supply  Chain  IniFaFves  for  Industry  (April)  •  ISO  50001  –  an  internaFonally  recognised  a  framework  for   organisaFons  to  encourage  suppliers  to  be]er  manage  energy  
  • 14. Key  Messages  and  Future  Pathways  •  EnMS  is  a  tool  to  change  behavior,  processes,  technologies  •  EnMS  can  enable  significant  co-­‐benefits  to  be  uncovered   •  Need  to  speak  the  same  language  as  C-­‐level  to  encourage  uptake   •  Communicate  benefits  and  costs  for  companies  •  Need  EnMS  +  •  Government  policy,  such  as  EnMPs,  and  enabling  finance,  can   have  a  key  role  in  promoFng  EnMS  •  EnMS  has  a  role  to  play  in  corporate  Supply  Chain  Ini(a(ves   •  What  role  for  government  agencies  in  promoFng  SCI?  
  • 15. INSTITUTE FOR Industrial Productivity Sharing best practices for low carbon enterprises e info@iipnetwork.org w iipnetwork.orgThank  you!  IIP  Amelie.goldberg@iipnetwork.org  Julia.reinaud@iipnetwork.org  IEA  Vida.Rozite@iea.org  Lisa.Ryan@iea.org  Jungwook.Park@iea.org  

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