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International Cooperation Project for Developed and Developing Countries on the Issue of Building Energy Efficiency

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International collaboration on Buildings Energy Efficiency
Thomas GUERET, UNDP

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  • 1. International Cooperation Project forDeveloped and Developing Countries on the issue of Building Energy EfficiencyThomas Guéret,Global Energy Efficiency Strategy AdvisorUNDP/BDP/EEG/EITTIEA Building Envelope WorkshopParis, November 18th 2011
  • 2. Scope Energy Efficiency in the Building Sector  Building Codes  Refurbishment  Appliances (energy label, MEPS*)  Training, Methods and Tools Foreseen extension to Urban Planning and Transportation *MEPS: Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards
  • 3. Developed countries and developing countries Developed Countries Developing CountriesTechnology and High – Products Lowerpayment capacities available, innovation Market or financial barriers… FairPolicy capacities To be developed Still to be improvedEnergy statistics Available Poorly available A concern for low income Massive needsBasic Energy Access households only Poor payment capacityBuildings and A lot are already in place Still to be developedinfrastructure Improve EE of buildings Introduce service and comfortRefurbishment with existing systems in an efficient manner
  • 4. An alliance of developed and developing countries: Why? Developed Countries Developing Countries IEA – progressive UNDP – its mandate coversOrganization in charge inclusion of emerging developing and transition countries economy countries onlyType of international Technology and Policy Basic policy developmentsinitiatives reviews and analysis (capacity building, B. codes...) Contribute/initiate a Include more developingSuggested extension worldwide EE cooperation to countries or regions foster 2 ways exchanges Improve – harmonizeEnergy statistics Build or develop capacities Introduce EE indicators Follow-up over the long term Include more countries Develop E-training solutions on specific technical issuesTraining (e.g. address envelope air leakage reduction) based on specific regional expertise and languages
  • 5. Market barriers and empowerment Market barriers are the principal problems to energy efficiency:  Lack of information and standards  Products are often not available on the market (esp. in developing countries)  Lack of investment capacity induces higher expenses (and higher pollution) over the life time of an (or a non-)investment
  • 6. Least Life Cycle Cost and the Market Theory 1400 Life-Cycle Costs 1200 LLCCLife-Cycle Cost 1000 Subsidy 800 Purchase Price 600 400 Saved Cost on Energy 200 Life-Time Running Costs 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Energy Savings in kWh/year
  • 7. Least Life Cycle Cost and Market barriers 1400 Life-Cycle Costs 1200 LLCCLife-Cycle Cost € 1000 Money waste 800 Purchase Price 600 400 Energy waste 200 Market barrier Life-Time Running Costs 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Energy Savings in kWh/year
  • 8. US 1985-2000 LLCC Standard Action1400 Life-Cycle Costs1200 LLCCLife-Cycle Cost1000 $ savings 800 Purchase Price 600 Additional investment Energy savings 600$/home 400 Life-Time Running Costs 200 150$/home 0 0 50 100 150Savings 250 Energy 200 300 350 400 Total DOE Programme Cost: 2$/home
  • 9. IEA-UNDP Partnership Analysis of UNDP GEF EE projects Include Developing and Transition Economy Countries:  in Global Energy Statistics  In Public Policy analysis and review Develop common tools  “Peer to peer” Web-based Training Tools  Dynamic models for thermal performance (software)  Common Publications Ultimately work on Urban Planning and Transportation
  • 10. Global partnership UNDP IEA UNEP - SBCI GBPN Global Buildings Performance Network Wuppertal Institute BigEE project CLASP WBCSD Regionally based organisations: e.g. UfM (Union for Mediterranean), EU...
  • 11. Regional workshops to promote EE Organised with global and regional partners Objectives:  Raise the profile of EE in national policies  Convene the community of EE specialists, corporations and policy makers  Promote successful initiatives, develop common tools, regional trainings... Projects: China and India (Spring 2012), maybe Morocco...
  • 12. Global Agenda 2012 for EE Regional workshops Rio+20 Possible high level political meeting 2012: Sustainable Energy for All Year  Promote the 3 x 30  Universal acces to modern and sustainable energy by 2030  30% improvement of Global EE by 2030  30% of Renewable Energy Sources by 2030 International agreement on EE actions?