RES Municipal plans development (SEAP)

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- Municipal plans for sustainable utilization of renewable energy sources
- Reasons and administrative penalties and sactions
- Scope / guideline
- Local tools and policies related to the implementation of the plan
- Examples
- What is the common between SEAP and municipal plans for sustainable utilization of RES
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- SEAP (Sustainable Energy Action Plan) - Covenant of Mayor Standard
- Reason
- Guideline

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RES Municipal plans development (SEAP)

  1. 1. Renewables Sustainable Energy Action Plans http://www.flickr.comENBC Ltd.Tutor: Sonya Petkovaт. +359885222471, +359882909105e. office@enbc.eu
  2. 2. Objective of Municipal plans for sustainable utilization of renewable energy sources • Analysis of the potential and the opportunities for rational use of RES energy potential and biofuels, reduction of СО2 emissions, efficiency • Encouragement of the RES energy production, demand and consumption (electricity, heat and cooling energy, combined energy production) - Capacity building - Development of maintenance of the public informational system and data base - Informational campaign, transparency and accountability campaigns • Stimulation and management of supply and demand of renewable energy - Establishment of Public – Private partnership - Encouragement of the development and implementation of innovation technology and ideas - Energy managementRES Municipal plans development 3
  3. 3. benefits for the municipality basic characteristics funds, investors consumers new clean projects producers MUNICIPALITY energy jobs 1 independence economic stability clean environment information, management, monitoringRES Municipal plans development 4
  4. 4. Reason for RES plan development – national and EU policy National Long term program National action program for RES energy law for encouragement of RES environment and health utilization National long term program Energy efficiency law National energy strategy for encouragement of biomass utilization National long term program for National strategy for clean Energy law encouragement of utilization of biofuel in environment the transport sector Environmental protection law National strategy for regional RES national action plan developmentRES Municipal plans development 5
  5. 5. Municipal plans for sustainable utilization of renewable energy sources Reasons for development • Ordinance № RD 16-1117 on the procedures for the issuance, transfer, cancellation and recognition of guarantees of origin for renewable energy • Ordinance № RD-16-869 for the calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources in gross final consumption of energy and the consumption of biofuels and renewable energy in transport • accordance with Article 19 (3) to evaluate the existing and estimated renewable potential renewable (forecast) - investment plans • accordance with Article 44 (1) to collect and provide information sheet for biofuels • accordance with Article 54 - NIC (potential, production, consumption) of the EMI - (under development) • accordance with Article 21 (5) on qualification - "Technician of energy equipment and installations", "Fitter energy equipment and installations" in "Renewables" Municipal plans, programs, strategiesRES Municipal plans development 6
  6. 6. scope Required elements • Related to the other existed municipal plans, strategies and programs • RES potential assessment – available, already used, forcast • Opportunities and measures for energy utilization of RES • Opportunities for development and implementation of RES technologies • Potential for implementation of investment projects • Schemes and mechanisms for support and encouragement RES energy utilization • Public campaign – awareness, training • Monitoring and accountingRES Municipal plans development 7
  7. 7. RES potential assessment Phases • Research Output data, availability, accessibility, legal incentives and constraints • Assessment of the energy and market potential • Forecast analysis ORDINANCE № 16–27 • Risk assessment for the conditions and order for assessment of the available • Economic justification RES potential and RES energy potential • Ordinance № РД-16-869 for estimation of the total share of RES energy in gross final energy consumption and consumption and RES energy in transport • Ordinance № РД-16-1117 on the procedure for issuance, transfer, cancellation and recognition of guarantees of origin for renewable energyRES Municipal plans development 8
  8. 8. Assessment of RES potential energy market theoretical теоретичен market potential potential пазарен потенциал fo rc sta technical пазарно market проникване S penetration RE ВЕИRES Municipal plans development 9
  9. 9. restrictionsRES Municipal plans development 10
  10. 10. restrictionsRES Municipal plans development 11
  11. 11. wind background information Measured in W/square meter surface theoretical Given the limited information and the "character" of the wind is difficult to assess. •Measure by possible quantity of electrical / mechanical energy per year (kWh). technical Depends on the type (power) and the number of installed wind turbines Depends on full effective working hours of each individual generator Depends on the terrain - geometric shape, roughness ... Wind characteristics - speed, direction, temperature, density of the flowRES Municipal plans development 12
  12. 12. wind Output data Theoretical potential Technical potential Po – wind potential on the Po – wind potential - measured on the site map/terrain (W/m2) Ао – area of the site А – actual used area of the site (m2) h – annual working hours (8760) V – average wind speed(m/s) Pт – wind turbine installed capacity (W) Number of wind turbines Actual working hours • Feed-in TarrifsRES Municipal plans development 13
  13. 13. geothernal energy Background information Detailed hydrological information geothermal resource: •water temperature •flow rate of self-discharge if •pressure if it is self-discharge •chemical composition protocol Potential Source - MEW (Ministry of Environment and Water) Identification of the theoretical and technical potential of geothermal energy resource is related to technological choice.RES Municipal plans development 14
  14. 14. Geothermal energy Output data Theoretical potential • Flow rate of the source • Initial temperature of water • Final temperature of water Technical potential • Flow rate of the source (l/s) • Free for utilization flow rate (l/s) • Initial temperature of water (oC) • Final temperature of water (oC) • Efficiency factor of the installation (%) • Working hours (h) • Installed capacity (W)RES Municipal plans development 15
  15. 15. Hydro energy from existing and future penstocks from flowing water Background information Potential sources of information on pressure pipelines – owners, control authorities Potential sources of running water - Ministry of Environment and Water, Regional Basin or water authorities Potential source of type and characteristics of turbines - specialized companies - manufacturers, suppliers.RES Municipal plans development 16
  16. 16. Hydro eneregy Output data Theoretical potential • Flow rate of the source (l/s) • Net head (m) • Efficiency factor of wind turbine (%) • Efficiency factor of electric generator (%) Technical potential • Available and accessible flow rate (l/s) • Het head (m) • Efficiency factor of water turbine (%) • Efficiency factor of electric generator (%) • Working hours (h) • Инсталирinstalled capacity (W)RES Municipal plans development 17
  17. 17. biomass Wood and solid agricultural waste Background information Energy potential of wood biomass is equivalent of the heat combustion. spruce, pine, white pine, beech, douglas green, fir, pine, hornbeam, oak, acacia, Poplar, oak, other Energy potential of solid agricultural waste is equivalent of the heat combustion. straw, corn stalks, tobacco stems, branches from pruning, grapevines, otherRES Municipal plans development 18
  18. 18. biomass Output data Wood – theoretical potential Solid agricultural waste • Annual amount of biomass by biomass source Теоtheoretical potential • Moisture content by biomass source • Annual amount of biomass by biomass source • Moisture content by biomass source Wood – technical potential • Energy content by biomass sources • Available and accessible amount of biomass • Moisture content by biomass source • Efficiency factor of heat installation • Efficiency factor of electricity installation Solid agricultural waste Technical potential • Available and accessible amount of biomass • Moisture content by biomass source • Energy content by biomass sources • Efficiency factor of the installationRES Municipal plans development 19
  19. 19. biogas Liquid agricultural waste Background data Cows, pigs, birds and other ... Theoretical potential • Number of animals • Dry waste from 1 animal (kg) • Given quantity of gas per unit of waste for each type of animal (nm3/kg) • Methane (nm3/kg) • Methane value • Heat of combustion of methane Technical potential • Number of animals • Dry waste from 1 animal (kg) • Available and accessible dry waste • Given quantity of gas per unit of waste for each type of animal (nm3/kg) • Methane (nm3/kg) • Heat of combustion of methane • Working hours of the installation • Efficiency factor of the installationRES Municipal plans development 20
  20. 20. Solar energy Passive and active Background informationRES Municipal plans development 21
  21. 21. Solar energy Output data Theoretical potential • Average amount of energy on the Passive solar energy horizontal surface • Average amount of solar radiation on • Area of the site the collector with 90o slope • Area of the transparent elements • Integral coefficient of коефициент of Technical potential solar energy transmission • Average amount of solar radiation on the collector with different slope • Slope of surface • Area of the collectors • Efficiency factor of the installation • Type of the solar panelsRES Municipal plans development 22
  22. 22. Investment projects examples • Technologies for energy utilization of RES • Biomass production • Use fallow land for energy purpose – fast-growing plants, renewable energy parks, energy crops • Recycling and recovery • Building integrated renewables, reconstruction, major renovations • Replacement of innovation lighting • Encouragement of the EVs • Renovation of the municipal cars in useRES Municipal plans development 23
  23. 23. SWOT analysis Examples strengths weaknesses Clean region without any huge industrial General tendency for energy pollution sources consumption increasing ISO 14001 implemented Increasing of the end energy Gasification of the industrial sector on consumption of the conventional energy the municipal territory, municipal Non efficient utilization of RES energy buildings potential Investment projects for utilization of Lack of funds and investors RES potential already started Lack of informational activities Available municipal experts Lack of local inceptives for SME Informational campaign – regularly Increasing of the number of private cars Active municipal authorities and social Limitation implementation of EE activities measures Sources: SEAP – DobrichRES Municipal plans development 24
  24. 24. Accounting The Plan / Program is approved by City Council • The Mayor is obligated to submit it for approval at a meeting of the City Council • The Mayor is obligated to present quarterly data on energy production and consumption of the EMI and the annual report on the implementation of the programs of the Executive Director of the Agency for Sustainable Energy Development • The Mayor submits for consideration the licensing and other procedures by the Governor at the first meeting of the City Council • The Mayor provides information about the program and its implementation of the GovernorRES Municipal plans development 25
  25. 25. links Municipal plan/strategy for development SEAP Clean air Regional National municipal ... strategy / plans strategy, plan ... plan EE Municipal plan/program RES municipal planRES Municipal plans development 26
  26. 26. LSEP Reasons Range of activities and events related to the rational utilization and management of energy and energy resources at the municipal and regional level. Directive 2006/32/ЕО on energy efficiency at the end consumers and energy services of European Parliament and the Council of the European Union Energy efficiency – national long National energy strategy Energy efficiency law term program Guideline for development of EE Energy efficiency – national action and RES municipal plans Relevant regulations planRES Municipal plans development 27
  27. 27. LSEP objectives • Management of the energy consumption on municipal level; • Reducing of energy consumption by: - implementation of EE measures; - planning and monitoring of the energy consumption. • Reducing of the energy expenditures by: - utilization of local RES potential; - more efficient and cheaper energy supply; • Attract local and international investors; • Clean environment; • Better social conditions in the municipality.RES Municipal plans development 28
  28. 28. SEAP Scope – principle guide ABSTRACT Condition § scenarios• Municipal passport • Objectives, priorities, measures• Condition – base year (short, middle, long term)• Resource – administrative, energy, financial…ов...• Comparative analysis• Stakeholders Planning • Financial framework and implementation • Energy balance of the municipality – existed and forecast analysis of the energy consumption • Structure of local energy consumption • Publicity • EE measures • SWOT analysis • AccountingRES Municipal plans development 29
  29. 29. LSEP ? SEAP Covenant of Mayors - objectives LSEP SEAP Covenant of Mayors are required to present their Action plans for sustainable energy development (SEAP) within one year after accession to the Convention to show achieve its goal of reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020 by 20% and reducing the final energy http://www.eumayors.eu/support/library_en.htmlRES Municipal plans development 30
  30. 30. LSEP ? SEAP reasons Legal and policy documents of the EU: •Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy consumption, efficiency and energy services •Directive 2010/31/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on the energy performance of buildings •Strategic package "Energy for a Changing World" EU •Action Plan for Energy Efficiency: Realizing the Potential (SEC (2006) 1173) •Financial Memorandum between the European Commission and the Government of the Republic of BulgariaRES Municipal plans development 31
  31. 31. LSEP ? SEAP reasons national level •National Energy Strategy •National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency •National Action Plan for Renewable Energy •Government program for the European Development •National long-term program to promote the use of renewable energy sources •National Long Term Energy Efficiency program •National Strategy for Regional Development •National Plan for the Development •National Program for Renovation of residential buildings with •Renewable Energy Law •Environmental Protection Law •Regional Development Act •Spatial Planning LawRES Municipal plans development 32
  32. 32. LSEP ? SEAP structureRES Municipal plans development 33
  33. 33. LSEP ? SEAP requirements According the guideline„Sustainable energy action plan, Part I: The process, step by step toward the target 20%, 2020 • Data about end energy consumption of the relevant sectors according the scope of emission inventory • EE measures of the relevant sectors according the scope of emission inventory • Measures for RES use • Priority activities • Short term, middle term and long term plans – measures • Energy savings and environmental effect Required sectors under Annex 2: Guidance on the Preparation of the “Sustainable energy action plan, Part II:RES Municipal plans development 34
  34. 34. LSEP ? SEAP Example content According Annex 2: Guidance on the Preparation of the “Sustainable energy action plan, Part II: • Summary • Municipal passport Geographical location and boundaries Climatic data Environment Economy and Industry Buildings Demographic characteristics Priorities • Reasons for development The "Covenant of Mayors“ standard and the role of the municipality Legal base (count + small clarification) - European, national, regional, municipal Responsible bodies - Monitoring and control of the municipality • Baseline Production, supply and consumption of energy Major manufacturers and energy suppliers (national and regional) - electricity, heat, renewable energy Energy consumption - by sector, residential and public buildings, consumer, energy ... Local renewable energy potential - general data and recovery - under the plan for renewables wind energy solar energy biomass geothermal hydro energyRES Municipal plans development 35
  35. 35. LSEP ? SEAP Example content (2) According Annex 2: Guidance on the Preparation of the “Sustainable energy action plan, Part II: • Transport – general data, number, fuel consumption, transport schemes..... – Rail, Bus, Lifts, Air, another • Municipal Lighting – Street, Building, Park, Traffic lights, other • Source of emissions Organized (point, line, area) and diffuse Control •Енергийна ефективност – according the municipal EE plan • Key results of the inventory of greenhouse gas emissions - baseline 2007 General data – reasonable choice for the base year and included sectors saglanso methodology Final energy consumption in buildings, equipment and industrial installations - electricity and heat (buildings - municipal, residential), (industrial and commercial sites) Municipal lighting Transport • Energy efficiency – base year analysis Long term vision Authorities responsible for the implementation of the plan StakeholdersRES Municipal plans development 36
  36. 36. LSEP ? SEAP Example content (3) According Annex 2: Guidance on the Preparation of the “Sustainable energy action plan, Part II: • Total estimated budget and funding sources - Own funds Public Private Partnership (PPP), credit lines, International Programs, Operational Programs, National Funds, other • SWOT analysis – strengths and weaknesses • Scenarios short term, expected outcomes, priorities, objectives ....– Energy efficiency, renewable energy, Vista environment, spatial planning priorities • Action plan • Monitoring, indicators, feedback - methods for reporting and monitoring, performance indicators, achievements • Communication strategy, plan and resources toRES Municipal plans development 37
  37. 37. LSEP ? SEAP Example • СО2 emissions reduction – total and forecast Long term concepts • Priority action areas & general strategy • Administrative and financial resource • Current level of energy consumption Emission Inventory • Main sources of СО2 emissions (baseline) • Opportunities for CO2 emission reduction • Toward achievement of the targets Short term & • Action plan for implementation of the strategy long term measures (deadlines, responsible persons, budget) • AccountingRES Municipal plans development 38
  38. 38. LSEP ? SEAP Template http://www.eumayors.eu/support/library_en.htmlRES Municipal plans development 39
  39. 39. LSEP ? SEAP Template – emission inventory http://www.eumayors.eu/support/library_en.htmlRES Municipal plans development 40
  40. 40. LSEP ? SEAP Template – emission inventory http://www.eumayors.eu/support/library_en.htmlRES Municipal plans development 41
  41. 41. LSEP ? SEAP Examples for good practices Attract the stakeholders • Informational materials – brochures, videos, exhibitions… • Feed-back – direct phone line, website, public discussions, • Conferences • Working groups • Consultative committee • ……. Smart targets • Identification of EE and СО2 emission reduction indicators • Identification of the economic stability indicators • Social and health conditions improvement • Jobs • ....RES Municipal plans development 42
  42. 42. Thank you for your attention and time! http://www.enbc.eu t. +359885222472, +359888435561, +359882909105 e. office@enbc.euRES Municipal plans development 43

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