Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Developing World

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"Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Developing World" by Benoit Le Bot of the UNDP regional center Dakar - Presented at the Australian Summer Study on Energy Efficiency & Decentralised Energy, Feb 2013

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  • NAME OF THE COUNTRY- EXPERIENCE FROM YEAR 1
  • NAME OF THE COUNTRY- EXPERIENCE FROM YEAR 1
  • Embed EE in new Infrastructures: transport, buildings, network Design Energy network to decentralized Renewable Energy EE building codes Synergism between Adaptation & Mitigation
  • Phase out obsolete energy inefficient technologies all over the world Stop dumping of used equipment & system in developing countries Develop, harmonize & implement Energy Efficiency Standards & Labels on traded goods A success story: www.enlighten-initiative.org phasing out incandescent lighting in developing countries
  • In the country where I live, up to 60% of food production is being spoiled & wasted because of absence of sound cold chain.
  • There is no demand for EE in developing countries despite huge opportunities today
  • Bringing Energy Efficiency to the Developing World

    1. 1. © The Energy ResourceBringing Energy Efficiency Institute to the Developing World Benoit Lebot Benoit.lebot@undp.org 2nd Summer Study of the A2SE Sydney, 28 February 2013
    2. 2. GHG Emissions32 Gtons CO2 /year 450 ppm ~+2°CGHG Concentration GHG Sinks (Sequestration 15 Gtons CO2 /year
    3. 3. Four wedges for a low carbon development path s e Gase Hous reen 1 d in G ehavior Tren Ch ange B Energy Efficiency 2 Renew able EToday RED D& nergy Se ques 3 Low t ratio Car n bon P ath 4 Tomorrow
    4. 4. Prof. Kaya (World Summit 1992) GHG TOE GDP POP GHG = TOE X GDP X POP XGreenhouse Carbon Gas = Contain Energy x x Wealth x Population Emission
    5. 5. Prof. Kaya (World Summit 1992) GHG TOE GDP POP GHG = TOE X GDP X POP Xby 2050 1/2 = 1/3 x 1/2 x 2 x 3/2 3%/year 2%/year
    6. 6. Pathway towards a 2°C Global WarmingCO2/Cap/year UNDP HDR Objective for 2050: • In the north, -80% in emissions North16.1 tCO2eq/Cap •In the south, - 20% in emissions 2050 Target South Today World Average 50%4.2 tCO2eq/Cap Global Emissions 2007 2020 2050
    7. 7. A pressing need for global GHG mitigation
    8. 8. NAMANationallyAppropriateMitigationActions 8
    9. 9. www.sustainableenergyforall.org
    10. 10. Sustainable Energy for AllEnergy transforms our life, our economies, our planet. © The Energy Resource Institute www.sustainableenergyforall.org
    11. 11. SE4ALL initiative will mobilize global action to supports three interlinked objectives to be reached by 2030:• Ensuring universal access to modern energy services• Doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency• Doubling the share of renewable energy
    12. 12. Special Issues related to Developing Countries• Remove $ subsidies on conventional energy• Urban Population to double by 2030 in numerous developing countries⇒Embed EE in new Infrastructures: transport, buildings, network⇒Design Energy network to decentralized Renewable Energy⇒EE building codes Synergism between Adaptation & Mitigation 12
    13. 13. Special Issues related to Developing Countries• Power outage is an extra complication to EE• Decentralized Energy Systems: Opportunity for advanced energy efficiency• Example: Combining PV with the most advanced EE design in refrigeration systems 14
    14. 14. In conclusion• EE needs to be brought to the international Climate Change debate & communities• 2014-2024 the UN Decade of Sustainable Energy for All• 2015, COP20 in Paris: our chance for bringing EE on top of the CC & development agenda 15

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