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Energy Efficiency Project
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Energy Efficiency Project

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Eight years of Energy Efficiency Project

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  • 1. EIGHT YEARS OF ENERGY EFFICENCY IN CROATIA MINISTRY OF ECONOMY MINISTRY OF CONSTRUCTION AND PHYSICAL PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY FUND “Energy Efficiency Project” 2006 – 2013 Croatia Energy savings through Systematic Energy Management in Croatia!
  • 2. Process: Methodology of Systematic Energy Management - SEM Energy efficiency office Building Target setting Energy audit Energy management Building condition Savings potential Proposed improvements City energy management programme Simple measures for increasing energy efficiencyExtensive measures for increasing energy efficiency Large deviations from targets Data analysis Small deviations from targets Implementing energy efficiency projects Decision to implement Improvement plan Support from city officials Local energy manager Energy management team Citizens Reporting (Council, building occupants) Measurements Energy efficiency corner Energy efficiency info center
  • 3. Establish the process of continuous improvement of energy efficiency and sustainable management of energy resources through systematic monitoring and analysis of energy consumption data (monthly, weekly, daily), with the goal to know: WHERE is energy consumed (office buildings, hospitals, schools, courts, universities…) HOW do we consume energy (HVAC systems, domestic hot water, lighting, …) WHICH energy sources do we consume (gas, fuel oil, wood, heat, electricity, water) HOW MUCH energy is consumed and what are the costs WHO is responsible for energy management WHAT we can do to increase energy efficiency On the local, regional and national level:
  • 4. M PEOPLE PROCEDURES AND KNOWLEDGE EQUIPMENT Key components Capacity development (trained and motivated personnel) Organisational structure (defined responsibilities and goals) Implementation (measurement and verification of results) Result  Energy efficiency improvement Knowledge and education is KEY of success!
  • 5. Goal: Establishment of organisational structure that will enable effective EE policy implementation and verification of results!
  • 6. • Energy efficiency (EE) part of legislative only in words • Lack of awareness, capacity and knowledge, (especially in public sector) to identify, prepare and implement EE projects • Lack of clear organisational structure and infrastructure to develop and implement EE projects and manage energy • General attitude in public sector that: „Energy expenses are fixed costs, cannot be influenced and are paid by „someone else”.” Barriers?
  • 7. • Energy Efficiency master plan 2008-2016 • Energy strategy • First National Energy Efficiency action plan (2008- 2010) • Second National Energy Efficiency action plan (up to 2013) • Law on Efficient end use of Energy • Several others sub laws and technical documents Technical assistance to Ministry of Economy in development of existing and new strategic documents and legal framework Policy development and changes
  • 8. Energy Charter Signed by all Cities (127) and all Counties (20) In Croatia Implementation: Motivation
  • 9. Cities Counties Total Letter of intent 102 (127) 20 (20) 122 (147) EE office 85 16 101 EE policy 87 14 101 EE team 359 43 402 Independent EE Office 5 3 8 Implementation Cities and counties
  • 10. Activities Systematic Energy Management Letter of intent All 20 Ministries (more than 125 institutions) 15 Other national institutions Building register More than 3750 buildings Education More than 14000 persons Implementation National institutions
  • 11. TOOL: Energy Management Information System - EMIS Easy access from any computer with Internet connection. Web based application – main tool for continuous gathering of energy usage data in buildings Enables easy analysis and interpretation of energy and water usage data on local, regional or national level from one central place.
  • 12. September 2013.: Almost 8.500 out of 11.000 (estimated) public sector buildings (in total more than 10.900 Energy Performance Centers) In total more than 3.650 user names (1498 active). EMIS Results: Objects and users 114 cities (out of 127) 20 counties (20 w/o ZG) 20 Ministries (20) 24 municipalities 25 other institutions
  • 13. Energy Carrier Year Calculated quantity [m³] Number of locked bills Quantity [m³] / Number of bills Water 2007 7443351,919 30463 244,341 Water 2008 8588021,257 34961 245,646 Water 2009 8772991,439 35594 246,474 Water 2010 8755596,769 38348 228,320 Water 2011 8385436,342 41754 200,830 Water 2012 5637104,380 34041 165,597 Energy Carrier Year Calculated quantity [m³] Number of locked bills Quantity [m³] / Number of bills Električna energija 2007 286739368,645 42170 6799,606 Električna energija 2008 382219074,600 51544 7415,394 Električna energija 2009 403819055,630 69738 5790,517 Električna energija 2010 429613646,351 93957 4572,450 Električna energija 2011 398470429,940 97285 4095,908 Električna energija 2012 309890233,240 75157 4123,238 70% EMIS change of trends 0.000 50.000 100.000 150.000 200.000 250.000 300.000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Water [m3] / number of bills 0.000 1000.000 2000.000 3000.000 4000.000 5000.000 6000.000 7000.000 8000.000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Electricity [kWh] / number of bills
  • 14. Capacity: Development of human resources (knowledge and experience) needed for SEM and implementation of EE improvement projects Process: Established operational organisational structure for SEM on national, regional and local level Tool: Developed and established national Energy Management informational system – EMIS Result: Established base for continuous and systematic energy management in Croatia Key achievements
  • 15. Estimated savings for all objects in EMIS (absolute values) Year Energy usage (kWh) Savings (EUR) Emissions CO2 (t) 2011 69.558.000 4.300.000 17.826 2012 69.437.000 4.840.000 19.126 Estimatipon with HDD correction (w/o correction of electical energy) 2011 106.368.000 6.260.000 26.493 2012 141.830.000 8.700.000 19.079 6,40% Model: • 1540 analysed objects, cca. 1.6 million m²; • „Locked” bills for 5 years (2008.-2012.) • Baseline year 2010.g., savings in 2011.g. i 2012.g. • Energy usage normalizes according to heat degree days – HDD • Calculated savings 49.420.000 kWh; more than 2.6 million EUR Model extrapolated on all objects in EMIS (cca. 8.2 mil. m²) Analysis of achieved savings
  • 16. • Total estimated saving from 2010. till end of 2012. is cca. 15 million EUR – cca. 6,40% yearly • Assuming same trends as in 2012., saving until September 2013. is cca. 20 million EUR • Savings are achieved with very little implemented projects of complete building reconstruction! • Potential of savings after project implementation is huge, up to 30 – 50%! • To tackle this potential, ministries are starting national investments programmes for buildings retrofits. Analysis of achieved savings
  • 17. Energy import and costs GDP u CRO 2011. 334 billion kuna (44 billion €) Total energy consumption in CRO 2011.* 384 petajoula (PJ) out of which from import** 74% Energy expenses in Croatia 2009.  50 billion kuna (6,5 billion €)  15% BDP What are the potentials? Data source: Publication: Energy in Croatia 2011, EIHP. 2012 * - eng. Total Primary Energy Supply – Cro. Ukupna potrošnja energije prije transformacija ** - Energy import (Cro. Količina uvezene energije) u 2011. is 283 PJ. Energy export (Cro. Količina izvezene energije) u 2011 is 88 PJ. Difference 195 PJ Assumption is that all imported energy is used in Croatia, in that case import share is 74%. if we deduce exported energy that import share is 51%
  • 18. Energy expenses in Croatia  15% BDP Energy expenses in Croatia 2009.  50 billion kuna (6,5 billion €) Out of which in cities 50% Or  25 billion kuna (3,25 billion €) Savings potential 30% or  7,5 billion kuna (1 billion €) = 2,25% BDP Savings potential
  • 19. Contacts: E-mail: goran.cacic@undp.org WEB: www.ee.undp.hr Tel: + 385 1 6331 881 Fax: + 385 1 6331 880 Address: UNDP Croatia EE project Savska cesta 129/I 10 000 Zagreb Croatia Thank you!

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