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  • 1. Introduction to JGSEE and to energy efficiency policy in Thailand Assoc Prof Dr Sirintornthep Towprayoon Director of the Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment – KMUTT, Bangkok
  • 2. About JGSEE  Mission to provide high quality graduate education and training, conduct high quality research and provide technical services, with a view to meeting societal needs for the development and deployment of efficient, economical and sustainable energy services while protecting the environment.
  • 3. About JGSEE   Offered Programs - Ph.D in Energy & Environment Technology and - Master degrees; M.Phil & M.Sc in Energy & Environment Technology, - M.Engs in Energy and Environment Technology & Management Energy-related courses JGSEE provides a number of the relatedenergy courses; e.g. Energy Technology, Energy & Environmental Economics and Policy, Energy
  • 4. About JGSEE  Research Areas at JGSEE        Advanced Fuel Processing Laboratory Building Energy Science and Technology Laboratory Tropical Climate System Modeling Laboratory Advanced Greenhouse Gas and Aerosol Research Laboratory Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Laboratory Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory Energy efficiency-related research projects     Policy Research Project for Development and Promotion on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Thailand Development of the Thailand 20-Year Energy Efficiency Development Plan Development of the R&D Master Plan for Energy Efficiency Development for Thailand Study on Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan of Thailand for ASEAN
  • 5. About JGSEE  Human resources  18 Faculty staff  14 Researchers and research assistants  31 Supporting staff  Staff working on MECON project: - Dr Milou Beerepoot, Project Leader - Dr Atit Tippichai, Research Fellow - Mr Pan Piyasil, Project Coordinator - Ms Jirapa Kamsamrong, Research Assistant
  • 6. Current energy situation in Thailand (Source: DEDE, 2012) Final energy consumption in 2011 was 70,560 ktoe
  • 7. Current energy situation in Thailand (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 8. Increase 3.9% annually 257.37 268.32 281.61 307.42 312.28 319.79 320.49 326.43 298.78 241.14 GHG emission 2000-2009 (Mt CO2e) Emission in 2000 by 'Energy Sector' (Mt CO2 eq, %) 1A2 Manufacturing industries and construction, 30.78, 19.3% Waste, 9.32, 4.1% LULUCF, -7.90, -3.4% Agriculture, 51.88, 22.6% 1A1 Energy Industries, 66.44, 41.7% Energy, 159.39, 69.6% 1A3 Transport, 44.70, 28.0% 1B2 Oil and natural gas, 4.56, 2.9% Industrial processes, 16.39, 7.2% Using IPCC 2006 GL 1B1 Solid fuels, 0.67, 0.4% Total GHG Emission with LULUCF = 229.08 MtEq 1A4c Agriculture/Forestry/ Fishing, 6.67, 4.2% 1A4b Residential, 5.58, 3.5%
  • 9. Projected Energy Consumption by 2030 (Total Final Energy Demand to Grow Closely with GDP at 4.2% p.a.) Energy demand in Thailand will be more than Mtoe double in next 20 years!! 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 Average growth rate (%) 1991-2010 TFEC 4.4 % GDP 4.5 % Pop. 0.9 % By sector Industry 5.9 % Transport 4.3 % Residential 2.2 % Commercial7.5 % Others 3.8 % < Historical Projection > 162.7 2011-2030 4.2 % 4.3 % 0.3% BAU 5.0 % 3.5 % 3.8 % 5.5 % 2.1 % 71.2 40 20 0 1990 1995 Industry 2000 2005 Transport 2010 2015 Residential Note: Others sector consist of agriculture, mining and construction sector 2020 2025 Commercial 2030 Others Source : DEDE, EPPO,JGSEE
  • 10. National Energy Efficiency Target by 2030 180,000 ktoe 120,000 100,000 38,200 BAU 140,000 EI 1 ktoe/billion baht (23% of BAU) EI Reduce 25% 1 . ktoe/billion baht EEDP 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 *GDP2030 at constant price 1988 = ,650 billion baht 2030 0 2010 Final Energy Consumption (ktoe) 160,000
  • 11. Energy Efficiency Development Plan (EEDP)    Target by 2030: reduce energy intensity (EI) by 25% with 2010 as base year Amounts to 23% final energy demand reduction from projected BAU in 2030 Specific targets and measures in residential, commercial, transEEDP can be downloaded at EPPO port and industry sectors website, http://www.eppo.go.th Remark: EPPO = Energy Policy and Planning Office, Ministry of Energy
  • 12. Energy Efficiency Development Plan (EEDP)  EEDP’s Strategic Approaches Mandatory Requirements via Rules, Regulations and Standards Energy Conservation Promotion and Support Promotion of Technology Research, Development and Innovations Human Resources and Institutional Capability Development Public Awareness Creation and Behavioral Change
  • 13. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Legal Framework to promote EE (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 14. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Schemes to promote EE (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 15. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Framework of EE Standard & Labeling Measures Remark: TISI = Thai Industrial Standards Institute DEDE = Department of Alternative Energy Development & Efficiency (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 16. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Framework of EE Standard & Labeling Measures Electric appliances Non-electric equipment & produ (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 17. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Incentive Mechanisms (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 18. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Incentive Mechanisms (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 19. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Incentive Mechanisms (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 20. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Incentive Mechanisms (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 21. EE in Thailand (best practice, pilot projects)  Incentive Mechanisms (Source: DEDE, 2012)
  • 22. Energy-related Stakeholders in Thailand
  • 23. Final remarks     Thailand has launched EEDP plan with clear quantified target in 2030 (25% EI reduction) Some EE mechanism has been done in the pass Effective mechanisms are promoted including regulation and incentive in order to meet EEDP target Evaluation and analysis of implementations are on the way