Day 2 MED-ENEC’s Building Projects and EE Measures Under NEEAP

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Regional Workshop: National Energy Efficiency Action Plans Kempinski Hotel, Amman, Jordan 5 - 6 December, 2010

Regional Workshop: National Energy Efficiency Action Plans Kempinski Hotel, Amman, Jordan 5 - 6 December, 2010

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  • 1. This project is funded by the European UnionMED-ENEC Building Projects & EE measures under NEEAP 6 December 2010 EE Building Construction EE Installations Climatic Design Appliances Urban Planning Bench Marking Florentine VisserKey Expert Low Energy Building & Urban Planning www.med-enec.com 1
  • 2. Energy Consumption This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC Pilot Projects - % of Total100%90%80%70%60% Heating50% DHW40% Cooling30% Appliances20%10% 0% ALG EGY JOR LEB MOR PAL SYR TUN Source: MED_ENEC I, Pilot Projects, 2010 www.med-enec.com 2
  • 3. Energy Saving This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC Replicable Pilot Projects Heating DHW Cooling Appliances 0% 5% 2% 2% 0% 0%2% 36% 2% 10% 19%4% 0% 2% 40%17% 59% 16% 11% 4% 48% 41%31% 32% 22% 0% 2% 26% 9% 10% -8%ALG EGY JOR LEB MOR PAL SYR TUN55% 65% 69% 13% 74% 58% 62% 52% www.med-enec.com 3
  • 4. EE Building Projects This project is funded by the European Union Use the most cost effective & easy to implement EE measures: Renewable Energy Installation Building Construction0 Architectural Design Building Morphology- Urban Planning Behavior Cost Efficiency www.med-enec.com 4
  • 5. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European UnionMorocco – Good House Keeping > Behaviour 0.1700 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 0.1500Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] 0.1200 Measures need support: more cost than savings 0.1000 0.0700 0.0500 0.0200 0.0000 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 -0.0300 -0.0500 EM-Good House Keeping -0.0800 -0.1000 Economic measures: more savings than cost -0.1300 -0.1500 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1800 -0.2000 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] 10-20% www.med-enec.com 5
  • 6. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European Union Tunisia - EE Buildings 0.2200 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 0.3000 Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] 0.1700 Measures need support: more cost than savings 0.1200 0.2000 0.0700 0.1000 Energy Efficient Building 0.0200 0.0000 0.0 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 -0.0300 -0.1000Source: ANME, 2010 -0.0800 20-50% Economic measures: more savings than cost -0.2000 -0.1300 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1800 -0.3000 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] www.med-enec.com 6
  • 7. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European Union Egypt – EE Food Cooling 0.2700 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 2 0.2200 Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] Measures need support: more cost than savings 1.5 0.1700 0.1200 1 0.0700 Food Cooling 0.5 0.0200 0 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 35.0 40.0 45.0 -0.0300 5-24%Source: NREA, 2010 -0.5 -0.0800 Economic measures: more savings than cost -1 -0.1300 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1800 -1.5 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] www.med-enec.com 7
  • 8. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European Union Lebanon – EE Lighting 0.1700 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 0.1500 Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] 0.1200 Measures need support: more cost than savings 0.1000 0.0700 0.0500 0.0200 EE Lighting (Res) 0.0000 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 -0.0300 -0.0500 5-24%Source: LCEC, 2010 -0.0800 -0.1000 Economic measures: more savings than cost -0.1300 -0.1500 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1800 -0.2000 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] www.med-enec.com 8
  • 9. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European Union Jordan – Solar Hot Water 0.2200 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 0.2500 Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] 0.1700 Measures need support: more cost than savings 0.1200 0.1500 0.0700 Solar Hot Water 0.0500 0.0200 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 -0.0300 C R -0.0500Source: NERC, 2010 -0.0800 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the -0.1500 4-19% electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1300 Economic measures: more savings than cost -0.1800 -0.2500 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] www.med-enec.com 9
  • 10. Low Hanging Fruits This project is funded by the European Union Morocco – Geothermal 0.1700 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] 0.1500 Net Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] 0.1200 Measures need support: more cost than savings 0.1000 0.0700 0.0500 0.0200 Geo-Thermal 0.0000 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 -0.0300 -0.0500 5-20%Source: CDER, 2010 -0.0800 -0.1000 Economic measures: more savings than cost -0.1300 -0.1500 The red line shows the accumulated net costs of the electricity saved, according to the implemented technologies -0.1800 -0.2000 Electricity Savings [TWh/a] www.med-enec.com 10
  • 11. Large Building Projects This project is funded by the European Union•Demand Approach > EE Building Projects Identification of Large Building Projects July - December 2010 2011No Activities / Weeks Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb1 Invitation for Large Builidng Project2 Announcement on Website3 Q&A on website Event for Large Building Projects4 Beirut Energy Forum 30/9-01/10 DECOBAT Morooco 1-7/11 Building Project Identification X5 Announcement of Selected Projects BPI6 MoU - Start of Support7 Start Off Workshop Development of NEEAP X www.med-enec.com 11
  • 12. MED ENEC Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionEgypt – Commercial / Recreational Center, including Hotels,Shopping mall, Offices and related facilities (parking) in CairoSyria – Residential new mixed use neighbourhood in Hama.Tunisia – Residential new mixed use neighbourhood in Sfax. www.med-enec.com 12
  • 13. MED ENEC Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionSyria – Residential new mixed use neighbourhood in Hama.EE benefits: increase of comfort, reduction of running cost andnational energy consumption, example role of Public HousingEE focus: Heating and lightingMain Risk: Financing of EE www.med-enec.com 13
  • 14. MED ENEC Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionTunisia – Residential new mixed use neighbourhood in Sfax.EE benefits: increase of comfort, reduction of running cost andnational energy consumption, example role of Public HousingEE focus: Mixed Cooling andModerate Heating and LightingMain Risk: Financing, Land notin place, Knowledge of EE onUrban Level, conflict w.Regulations, lack of experienceDeveloper www.med-enec.com 14
  • 15. EE Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionTunisia – Residential new mixed use neighbourhood in Sfax.EE benefits: increase of comfort, reduction of running cost andnational energy consumption, example role of Public HousingEE focus: Mixed Cooling andModerate Heating and LightingMain Risk: Financing, Land notin place, Knowledge of EE onUrban Level, conflict w.Regulations, lack of experienceDeveloper www.med-enec.com 15
  • 16. EE Measures This project is funded by the European UnionUrban SYR TUN EGY 1- Design Measures Heating MIX (H+C) CoolingZoning yes yes tbaOrientation yes yes NAShading yes tba tbaVentilation tba yes tbaLandscaping tba yes tbaParking tba yes tba 2- EE InstallationsStreet lighting yes yes tba 3- Renewable EnergySolar Hot Water yes tba tbaPV potential yes tbaWind - yes tba www.med-enec.com 16
  • 17. EE Measures This project is funded by the European UnionBuilding-Design SYR TUN EGYOrientation no tba NAlay out zoning no staircase tbaCompactness (V/A) yes yes yesArchitectural tba yes tbaCross Ventilation no yes NADaylighting tba yes limitedShading yes yes yesOutdoor space tba yes tbaLandscaping NA yes tbaDouble Glazing yes tbaThermal Insulation yes yes yesGreen Roof no yes tbaAirtighting tba tba yes www.med-enec.com 17
  • 18. EE Measures This project is funded by the European UnionBuilding SYR TUN EGY 2- EE InstallationsDomestic Hot Water (l) yes yes tbaLighting yes yes TBAAppliances tba tba yes 3- Renewable EnergySolar Hot Water yes yes tbaGeothermal - yes tbaPV potential yes yesWind - TBA - www.med-enec.com 18
  • 19. MED ENEC Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionEE Figures SYR TUN EGY Heating Cooling,EE Focus Mixed C+(M) H Lighting LightingAverage End 35 Residential 75 tbaEnergyConsumption Unit Office 140(kWh/ m2.a) 65.5 Residential 40 tbaEstimated EnergySavings (%) Office 29Estimated Payback 8.5 - tbaTime (years) www.med-enec.com 19
  • 20. MED ENEC Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionConclusions:Good Potential for economic feasible improvement of EnergyPerformance of received EE Building ProjectsIssues to work on:- Target Setting > Benchmarking- Natural Ventilation, Shading, Orientation > Urban Planning- Layout, Facade, Shading > Architectural- Insulation, Air tightening > Building Construction- Lighting, Cooling, Heating > Installations- Internal load > Appliances www.med-enec.com 20
  • 21. Strategy This project is funded by the European Union EE Building Construction EE InstallationsClimatic Design Appliances Urban Florentine Visser Planning Bench Marking www.med-enec.com 21
  • 22. UPDATE This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC Bench marking Urban Planning C Building Projects EE Cities Public EE Pilot Projects Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings Building Code1 First Ge www.med-enec.com 22
  • 23. MED ENEC Support This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Produc Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Prese Stage 1 First General Draft Bro workshop INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Countries Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions BroStage 2- X EE Tend Guideline (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Efficient for De EE BuilMED ENECuntry Input www.med-enec.com 23int Product
  • 24. MED ENEC Support This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Produc Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Prese Stage 1 EE Cities: First General Draft Bro • Criteria for Developer > Tunisia workshop • Tender Documents > Algeria • EE City Building Project > Syria, Countries INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Tunisia Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions EE Building Project > Case Studies BroStage 2- X EE Tend (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Practical Guidelines Guideline Efficient for De EE BuilMED ENECuntry Input www.med-enec.com 24int Product
  • 25. MED ENEC Support This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Product Output Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Presentation Stage 1 First General Draft Brochure EE Cities: workshop • Criteria for Developer > Tunisia INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Countries • Tender Documents > Algeria Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions • EE City Building Project > Syria, Tunisia BrochureStage 2- X EE Tender Criteria Guidelines for Energy (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Efficient Construction for Developers MED ENEC EE Building Project > Case Studies EE Building codeountry Inputoint Product Practical Guidelines www.med-enec.com 25
  • 26. Practical Guidelines This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Product Output Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Presentation Stage 1 First General Draft Brochure workshop INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Countries Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions BrochureStage 2- X EE Tender Criteria Guidelines for Energy (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Efficient Construction for Developers EE Building code MED ENEC • Workshop for EE Building Projects > Case Studiesountry Inputoint Product • Development of Working Document : ToR for support www.med-enec.com 26
  • 27. Practical Guidelines This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Product Output Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Presentation Stage 1 First General Draft Brochure workshop INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Countries Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions BrochureStage 2- X EE Tender Criteria Guidelines for Energy (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Efficient Construction for Developers EE Building code MED ENEC • Workshop for EE Building Projects > Case Studiesountry Inputoint Product • Development of Working Document : ToR for support www.med-enec.com 27
  • 28. Practical Guidelines This project is funded by the European Union MED ENEC EE Building Bench marking Urban Planning Climatic Design EE Installations Appliances Expressed Interest Building Projects Construction Algeria, Tunisia, EE Cities Morocco, Jordan. Lebanon, Syria, Public EE Pilot Projects Palestine Product Output Rehabilitation of Existing Palestine Buildings Building Code Lebanon, Jordan Presentation Stage 1 First General Draft Brochure workshop INPUT / FEED BACK from Partner Countries Case Studies Data, Avialable Guidelines, local conditions BrochureStage 2- X EE Tender Criteria Guidelines for Energy (Country) Specific Draft (STE input) Efficient Construction for Developers EE Building code MED ENEC • Workshop for EE Building Projects > Case Studiesountry Inputoint Product • Development of Working Document : ToR for support www.med-enec.com 28
  • 29. Implementation This project is funded by the European UnionInformation > Guidelines NEEAP > EE Measures www.med-enec.com 29
  • 30. EE Building Projects & NEEAP This project is funded by the European UnionEE MEASURE ALGERIA EGYPT JORDAN LEBANON MOROCCO PALESTINE TUNISIAStreet Lighting X X X 18.6 x XBan of Light Bulbs X 0.160 X XCFL X 157 X X x XAppliances Labelling X X X x In progress XBuilding Code X X 2440 X x XBuilding Labelling XBuilding Material labeling XSolar Hotwater Heaters X X 1011 X XAwareness X X XHigh Performance Energy Xrenovation X XEnergy Audits / EM X X X X www.med-enec.com 30
  • 31. EE Building Projects & NEEAP This project is funded by the European UnionTitle of the measure (9) Building Code for Lebanon:Objective This initiative aims to set a standard for the existing and new buildings, to identify the minimum acceptable energy performance and to present proper building envelope enhancement for Lebanese territories.Description of the measure To review, update, and promote the thermal standards for Lebanese buildings, and to incorporate these codes into law and practice.Implementing agency LCEC and UNDPStakeholders involved LCEC, UNDP, Order of Engineer and Architects, Lebanon Green Building Council, GEF, WB, NEEREA, International Finance Corporation,USAID/AmideastTarget group Building sectorProgram cost 306,000 USD, in additions to funds from NEEREATotal resource costCost / kWh saved 10-15% savingsReduction of subsidiesSource of funding GEF, ADEME, WB, NEEREA, IFC, AmideastFinancial instruments Interest free and long- term loans.Awareness Published reports, workshop and discussionMonitoring and quantificationof impact www.med-enec.com 31
  • 32. EE Building Projects & NEEAP This project is funded by the European UnionRehabilitation of BuildingsAlgeriaTunisia (PROMOSOL) www.med-enec.com 32
  • 33. EE Building Projects & NEEAP This project is funded by the European UnionTitle of the measure (16) Standards and Labeling for LebanonObjective This initiative aims at defining appliances to be subjected to energy efficiency standards.Description of the measure Energy efficiency standards will be assigned for SWH, CFLs, Refrigerators, AC split units, and electric/gas water heaters.Implementing agency LCEC,Stakeholders involved Ministry of Industry, LIBNORTarget group Households and commercial buildingsProgram cost $1MTotal resource costCost / kWh saved 0.125 $/kWhReduction of subsidiesSource of funding Greek FundFinancial instruments Financial incentivesAwareness Promotion campaigns, local mediaMonitoring andquantification of impact www.med-enec.com 33
  • 34. EE Building Projects & NEEAP This project is funded by the European UnionGuidelines /Awareness-Algeria-Lebanon-Palestine-Tunisia www.med-enec.com 34
  • 35. EE Building Projects This project is funded by the European UnionWELCOME !!ً‫أهالً وسهال‬ www.med-enec.com 35
  • 36. Add you Project This project is funded by the European Union!ً‫شكراً جزيال‬ Thank You www.med-enec.eu - florentine.visser@gtz.de “The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union”. www.med-enec.com 36