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14 undp turkey ee presentation katalin_zaim 09 dec 2013

  1. 1. UNDP Environment and Sustainable Development Program Turkey 22 – 23 February 2013 Power Summit Dr. Katalin Zaim UNDP Program Manager Empowered lives. Resilient nations.
  2. 2. Outline of the Presentation RE and EE 2023 Targets of Turkey UNDP Turkey CO program review Share of EE Projects Funds Common/Strategic Goal: Energy Efficiency Review of EE Appliance, Building & Industry Projects Key achievements 2
  3. 3. RE and EE 2023 Targets of Turkey?
  4. 4. Renewable Energy  The share of renewable energy resources on total primary energy supply in Turkey in 2010 is only 10,7%.  The utilisation rate of the energy generation from renewable resources is only 26% in 2010.  Renewable Energy Law 5346 dated 05.10.2005 ensured incentives and supports to producers.  What the law provides: – purchase guarantee and tariff support – land allocation – domestic machinery and equipment in production facilities was encouraged, with an installed capacity of 500 kW – surplus energy produced in these facilities fed in to the grid and to be purchased  regulation put into effect in 2010, arrangements in solar energy applications, total power of installed solar plants to be restricted to 600 MW until 31/12/2013 and each application to be limited to max of 50 MW were made
  5. 5. Renewable Energy According to Electrical Energy Market and Supply Security Strategy Document; The rate of the energy generation from renewable resources will be at least 30% until 2023, for that purpose: – Wind energy installed capacity will be increased to 20.000 MW by 2023, – Technically and economically evaluated entire hydroelectric potential will be used in electricity generation by 2023, – 600 MW geothermal potential which is determined to be suitable for the production of electricity generation will be commisioned by 2023, – Increase the use of solar energy in electricity generation.
  6. 6. Energy Efficiency  Law of Energy Efficiency  Energy Efficiency Support Programme for SMEs: According to the Law of Energy Efficiency; Small and Medium Size Enterprises Development Organization provide enegry efficiency training and consultation to SMEs. These supports which have been given up to %50-%60 are categorized by SME’s energy consumption. If SME conditions are suitable the support of energy efficiency vary up to 30.000TL.  Energy Efficiency Projects in Buildings, Industry, Household Electrical Appliances…
  7. 7. Transportation  Between the years 1990- 2009 greenhouse gas emmissions originating from transportation has been increased 80.1%.  Road transport is responsible for the 85% of the CO2 emmissions originating from transportation.. 60 40 30 20 10 0 19 90 19 91 19 92 19 93 19 94 19 95 19 96 19 97 19 98 19 99 20 00 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 20 07 20 08 20 09 CO2 eq (Mton) 50 Civil Aviation Roas Transport Railways Maritime
  8. 8. Transportation  Between the years 1990- 2009 GHG originating from transportation increased 80.1%, and road transport is responsible for the 85% of the CO2 emmissions.  Increase the share of railways in freight shipment from 5% (2009) to %15; and increase the share of railways in passanger transportation from 2% (2009) to 10% by 2023.  Decrease the share of road transport in freight shipment in ton-km from 80% (2009) to below 60% and decrease the share of road transportation in passanger-km from 90% to 72% by 2023.
  9. 9. Transportation Model Implementations of Local Governments:  Planning of Sustainable Transportation in Mediterranean Area Project (SUMPA-MED) Started with the leadership of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality in 2009. With this project 3 cities in Syria and Jordan targeted and encourage society to provide their transportation needs with eco-friendly ways. (www.sumpa-med.net).  Other important projects about sustainable transportation that is supported by İstanbul Metropolitan Municipality are; “Konya Bike Festival” and “Green Nilüfer Week ” with the contributions of Bursa Nilüfer Municipality, NGOs and university which has been called “Once in a Month, Streets are Ours ”.
  10. 10. Sink Areas  Amount of carbon storage in forests will be increased by 15% of the values of 2007 until 2020. (2007: 14.500 Gg, 2020: 16.700 Gg)  Rate of disforestation and forest destruction will be decreased by 20%.  Limitation of adverse impacts of land use and land use change in forest, meadow, agriculture and urban areas on climate change.
  11. 11. UNDP Turkey promotes mainstreaming environment, climate change and energy efficiency into sectoral policies supports strengthening the institutional and policy capacities through projects
  12. 12. Share of EE Projects Funds within the ESD Programme ESD Programme According To The Funds Allocated 2006 - 2012 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Series1 Sustainable Development 3% Climate Change Chemicals Biodiversity 11% 1% 22% Water Governance 6% Energy Efficiency 58%
  13. 13. Common/Strategic Goal: Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency Projects  Energy Efficiency in Industry: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry Project in Turkey EE Industry  Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings Project in Turkey  Energy Efficiency in Appliances: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey Project Energy Efficiency EE Buildings EE Appliances
  14. 14. Energy Efficiency Projects PROJECT MAIN OBJECTIVE Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey Reduce the household electricity consumption and the associated greenhouse gas emissions of Turkey by accelerating the market transformation of less energy consuming building appliances Promote Energy Efficiency in Buildings Reduce energy consumption and associated GHG emissions in public buildings in Turkey by raising building energy performance standards, improving enforcement of building codes, enhancing building energy management and introducing the use of an integrated building design approach Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry Improve energy efficiency of the Turkish industry by enabling and encouraging companies in the industrial sector for efficient management of energy use by different energy conservation measures and energy efficient technologies GEF BUDGET TOTAL BUDGET USD 2,710,000.- USD 5,656,000.- USD 2,620,000.- USD 17,580,000.- USD 3,206,998.- USD 35,058,400.-
  15. 15. EE Projects Fund Allocation 18000000 16000000 14000000 12000000 International Organization (GEF/UN) 10000000 Government 8000000 Private Sector 6000000 4000000 NGOs 2000000 0 EE Industry EE Buildings EE Appliances
  16. 16. EE Projects Fund Allocation Total Budget Share 8% 18% International Organization (GEF/UN) Government 31% Private Sector 43% NGOs
  17. 17. EE Projects at a glance Project Name: Budget: Timeline: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey 5,656,000 USD (Total Budget) 2010-2014 Project Partners
  18. 18. EE Projects at a glance: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey The objective of the project is to reduce the household electricity consumption and the associated greenhouse gas emissions of Turkey by accelerating the market transformation of less energy consuming building appliances. This will be facilitated by;  Strengthening the local institutional capacity to develop, adopt and implement effective appliance EE policies;  Developing and implementing a structured compliance checking and enforcement program for appliance energy performance labels and standards;  Increasing consumer and the supply chain awareness and capacity to purchase / deliver energy efficient appliances in the Turkish market;  Analyzing and reporting the results of the project for further learning, adaptive management and, as applicable, replication in other countries.
  19. 19. EE Projects at a glance: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey Drivers for concrete policy actions:  Transposition of EU eco-design and energy labelling regulations: 2 Implementing Communiqués on Eco-design Requirements for energy related products (Dishwashers, Washing Machines, Tumble Driers, ACs ) 5 Implementing Communiqués on Energy Labelling of energy related products (Dishwashers, Washing Machines,Refrigerators, ACs, TVs, Tumble Driers)
  20. 20. EE Projects at a glance: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey Capacity building:  Market Monitoring System has been established.  Training of DG for Renewable Energy (YEGM) government staff on market Monitoring System has been completed.  Certified Training for MoSIT Staff on Market Surveillance under EU Eco-design and Energy labelling Directives has been completed.  Proactive Market Surveillance Plan for MoSIT has been built.  Study Tour for the to the UK with the aim of examining the best practices and sharing know-how on the Conformity Assessment and Testing of the Energy Efficient Appliances. A delegation formed by the Turkish officials from the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology (MoSIT) and Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (MoENR) General Directorate for Renewable Energy (DG for Renewable Energy) participated the Study Tour.  Certified Trainings of Sales Staff on Energy Efficiency and EE Labels have been successfully completed.
  21. 21. EE Projects at a glance: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey Visibility:  Project website has been activated. http://www.evudp.net/  EE Projects had a fair booth during the National Energy Efficiency Forum 2013 . 500 leaflets were distributed.  First Field Survey and Analysis of Nationwide Consumer Awareness on Energy Efficiency of Household Appliances have been completed and Public Awareness Raising Campaign has been planned and started according to the survey results.
  22. 22. EE Projects at a glance: Market Transformation of Energy Efficient Appliances in Turkey  Establishment of energy efficiency testing laboratory.  1st stage of Proactive Market Surveillance Plan to be activated.  Public Awareness Raising Campaign to be continued.  2nd Field Survey and Analysis of Nationwide Consumer Awareness on Energy Efficiency of Household Appliances to be conducted.  Financial Support Mechanisms to be established.
  23. 23. EE Projects at a glance Project Name: Budget: Timeline: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey 17,580,000 USD (Total Budget) 2011-2015 Project Partners
  24. 24. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey The objective of the project is to reduce energy consumption and associated GHG emissions in buildings in Turkey by raising building energy performance standards, improving enforcement of building codes, enhancing building energy management and introducing the use of an integrated building design approach. This will be facilitated by;  Improved energy efficiency in new and existing buildings by revising, enhancing and improving enforcement of building energy performance standards.  Cost-effective energy efficiency solutions showcased by introducing and adapting an Integrated Building Design Approach (IBDA) in turkey and demonstrating the concept in two new buildings.  New tools developed and introduced to facilitate compliance with higher energy efficiency standards and promote best energy management practices.  Project results integrated into standard practice in the building sector by monitoring, quantifying and sharing the results with the relevant stakeholders.
  25. 25. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey Drivers for concrete policy actions:  Report on national experiences, existing legislation and related legislations in Turkey regarding building inspection and energy efficiency has been developed.  Report on "Comparison of “Buildings Energy Performance” regulation and EU “Energy Performance of Buildings” Directive has been prepared. The reports and checklists to strengthen the building inspectorates regarding to energy efficiency regulations and implementations are prepared and approved.  Design company for the demo buildings has been contracted. Conceptual Design has been prepared and the tender dossiers will be delivered to project partners when the design process completed.  A report "IBDA, International Experiences and Recommendations for Turkey" is prepared.  The reports and checklists to strengthen the building inspectorates regarding to energy efficiency regulations and implementations are prepared and approved.
  26. 26. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey Capacity building: A study tour has been organized in order to increase the capacity of project partner institutions and organizations and to transfer knowledge, within the scope of designing demo buildings. Technical evaluation report for study visit has been prepared and shared with the participants. Assessment of Energy Efficiency Actions and Measures for Energy Efficiency in the Buildings Sector has been prepared.  Background report for the project has been prepared and submitted. Pre Analysis Report on bep.gov.tr has been prepared. Report on international experiences regarding building  inspection has been developed.  A workshop regarding "IBDA, International Experiences and Recommendations for Turkey" has been organized and 50 participants have been trained.
  27. 27. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey Visibility:  A micro web-site for IBDA and demo building designs are developed.  Project web site has been developed. www.surdurulebilirbinalar.net  EE Projects had a fair booth during the National Energy Efficiency Forum 2013 .
  28. 28. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey  Finalize the Integrated Building Design for 3 buildings.  IBDA guidebook adapted for local conditions is to be prepared; trainings for architects and engineers to be delivered.  Project website to be improved and activated soon. www.surdurulebilirbinalar.net  Tender dossiers of the completed design works of three demonstration buildings to be delivered to project partners.  Final IR draft to be submitted to project partners for approval.  Selection of the experts for the project activities to be continued.  Marketplace survey to be conducted for the communication strategy.  The capacity of at least 20 inspectorates regarding to energy efficiency regulations and implementations to be strengthened through 5 training events.  Project mid-term evaluation to be initiated.  Regulations on building energy use and the existing calculation methods under Building Energy Performance (BEP) regulation to be analyzed.  Recommendations reports to be submitted to the Ministry for the revision of the regulations.
  29. 29. EE Projects at a glance: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Turkey  A report on financial models and mechanisms to promote "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy" applications in buildings to be prepared. Training activities to be planned.  An RFP to be prepared for the development of an economic analysis software tool to assess the feasibility of Renewable Energy technologies for new buildings.  Several activities for the enhancement of capacity of energy service providers (ESCOs) and for the development of Energy Performance Contracting scheme for buildings are to be planned.  Experts to be contracted for the development of "Monitoring, Inspection and Verification (MIV)" methodology and tools for Energy Performance Certification (EPC) system in buildings in Turkey. The developed system to be proposed to the Ministry.
  30. 30. EE Projects at a glance Project Name: Budget: Timeline: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey 35,058,400 USD (Total Budget) 2011-2016 Project Partners
  31. 31. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey The objective of the project is to improve the energy efficiency in Turkish industry by supporting a wide range of measures to assist industrial enterprises to undertake effective energy management in their plants and operations. Project objective will be facilitated by;  Improving the institutional and legislative framework which will contribute in the enhanced implementation of the existing Energy Efficiency Law and the implementation of the new ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS); improving the database of energy consumption data for industry, updating the current information on sectoral energy consumption and savings opportunities, harmonizing the YEGM Energy Efficiency Portal with the KOSGEB database as well as the existing database and providing enhanced communications, introducing sectoral energy consumption benchmarking, promoting energy efficient technology best practices, developing a National Energy Management System Standard, establishing “Energy Management Units” in 10 organized industrial zones, reviewing and improving existing financial mechanisms for energy efficiency and developing financial models suitable for Turkish industry;
  32. 32. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey Project objective will be facilitated by;  Improving the capacity of Turkish industry and Energy Efficiency Consultancy (EEC) companies; raising the awareness of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), senior managers and decision makers and employees of industrial enterprises and financial institutions for energy efficiency and energy system optimization; providing sectoral training for EEC companies, updating existing energy efficiency training documents, and developing and standardizing “Energy Survey Methodologies” and “Assessment and Verification Methodologies”;  Implementing and supporting Energy Survey programs for SME’s; performing 300 preliminary surveys and 150 indirect surveys for determining energy saving potentials of SME’s and industrial enterprises with model surveys and improving the survey capacity and experience of EEC companies, implementing and extending “energy management standards”;  Introducing the most developed energy management applications and energy efficiency approaches, trade and financing models; energy efficiency improvement projects, energy system optimization opportunities, energy efficient processes and technologies, which will be carried out to realize the savings that are determined with 65 demonstration projects in SME’s and industrial enterprises, with detailed feasibility analyses and financing models, and fostering information exchanges;  Monitoring, evaluation, sharing and extending information; monitoring, evaluation and impact analysis, information sharing and preparing project action plans.
  33. 33. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey Drivers for concrete policy actions:  Strategic Document for Energy Efficiency 2012-2013 Consulting Council Meeting has been organized through the project support.
  34. 34. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey Capacity building:  Training on the Draft EnMS ISO 50001 for the project partners has been organized.  Training on EnMS ISO 50001 for the TSI staff has been organized.  Energy Efficiency Training for 60 KOSGEB members has been coordinated.  Technical training on the Energy Efficiency given by the US Energy Department and OSBÜK has also been supported the project.  Preparations to improve the ENVER Portal of DG for Renewable Energy has been completed.  Technical specifications have been determined for the benchmarking study to be conducted. Technical compliance report to be expected soon.  Baseline study has been completed and expert comments are to be examined by the institutions.  Chief Technical Advisor of the project has been appointed.  Search for activating the financial support mechanisms has been started.
  35. 35. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey Visibility: PR materials have been designed and published. EE Projects had a fair booth during the National Energy Efficiency Forum 2013 .
  36. 36. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey  Walk - through/detailed audit methodologies to be developed and 300 initial ‘walk-through’ to be completed.  65 demonstration projects for the SME and large industry sector (sectors will be identified by partners);  10 Energy Management Units in the Organized Industry Zones are to be established;  EE training package for SMEs in Turkey is to be reviewed and updated;  Training for 3500 experts in the field of EE to be delivered.
  37. 37. EE Projects at a glance: Improving Energy Efficiency in Industry in Turkey  Technical compliance report for the benchmarking study to be submitted.  Finalization of the revised baseline scenario.  Two experts (One international and one local expert) to be hired to develop and standardize the “Energy Survey Methodologies” and “Assessment and Verification Methodologies”  Benchmarking and training materials to be prepared.  Information Meetings to be organized to raise awareness on the project as well as the project partners.  Giving technical and financial support to improve the ENVER portal.
  38. 38. Working together for a sustainable future with EE Projects Partners
  39. 39. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION www.undp.org.tr katalin.zaim@undp.org

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