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End-Use Energy Efficiency: National Plan for Regional Energy Challenge 26 - 27 July, 2010

End-Use Energy Efficiency: National Plan for Regional Energy Challenge 26 - 27 July, 2010

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  • Euro-MediterraneanEnergy Market Integration Project Germany France Lebanon End Use Energy Efficiency: National Plans for Regional Energy Challenges Belgium Presentation of Budget Allocation Charts - Jordan Germany Tunis, 26th – 27th, July, 2010 Muhieddin Tawalbeh Jordan “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”. This project is funded by the European Union 1
  •  Country Energy Overview Country Potential EE and RE Technologies Budget Allocation Chart (BAC) Objective Methodology for the BAC Methodology for the BAC RE/EE BAC Output Next Steps This project is funded by the European Union
  • Total area: 92,300 sq. KmPopulation: 5.852 MSea Port: AqabaGDP:14,190 million JD (EURO 16,125)GDP per Capita: 2,425 JD (US$ 3,415)GDP Growth:7% annually (2000-2008) This project is funded by the European Union 3 View slide
  • Energy IndicatorsGeneral Energy Indicators 2005 2006 2007 2008GDP (Million JD) 8954 10521 11722 12378GDP Per Capita (JD) 1636 1880 2048 2116Energy Intensity (Toe/1000 JD 94) 0.96 0.93 0.88 0.82Per Capita Primary Energy Consumption (kgoe) 1284 1284 1270 1265Per Capita Consumption of Electricity (kwh) 1592 1713 1844 1967 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9Percentage of Population Supplied with Electricity(%) This project is funded by the European Union View slide
  • 38% 2000 1500 1000 toe 21% 23% 18% 1000 500 0 Services & Industrial Household Transport Local Others Production 4% Final Energy Consumption 39% 6000 27% 4000 15% 17% GWh 2% 2000 Imported 0 Energy Household Lighting Pumping Industrial Commercial Street Water 96% Electrical Energy ConsumptionThis project is fundedby the European Union
  • Electricity generated by fuel type 2009 Others DO 0.4% HFO 0.4% 6.2% NG 93.1%This project is fundedby the European Union
  • Drafting Jordan Energy Efficiency Roadmap Eight Steps to Enabling Energy Efficiency:1. Government of Jordan publically commits to an energy conservation energy efficiency effort2. Government of Jordan leads by example3. Government of Jordan creates financial and/or tax incentives for utilities, ESCOs, financial institutions and consumers to implement energy efficiency projects Initial investments in energy efficiency technology often cost more than investments in less-efficient technology.4. Electricity Regulatory Commission develops a rate structure that encourages energy efficiency for both the utilities and for the consumers5. Establishing minimum energy efficiency standards for buildings and equipment6. Authorities strengthens and enforces building codes7. Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and National Energy Research Center examines, monitors and verifies progress on EE action plan(road map) and program results on a regular basis & propose corrective measures as needed.8. Authorities seek out and examine innovative approaches to encourage energy efficiency which include but not limited to the promotion of ESCOs effort This project is funded by the European Union
  • TECH 1. RESIDENTIAL SOLAR WATER HEATINGTECH 2. RESIDENTIAL PV ROOFSTECH 3. ORIENTATION AND CLIMATIC DESIGNTECH 4. DESALINATION POWERED BY PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV)TECH 5. CSPTECH 6. WIND ENERGYTECH 7. CONCENTRATION SOLAR THERMAL POWER PLANTS (CSP)TECH 8. BIOGAS OR OTHER RESIDUAL BIOMASS POWER AND HEAT/COLD CO-GENERATION THERMAL INSULATION OF EXISTING RESIDENTIAL BUIL-DINGS (ROOF, FAÇADE, WINDOWS) AGAINSTTECH 9. HEAT AND COLDTECH 10. ENERGY-EFFICIENT AIR-AIR HEAT PUMP / AIR CONDITIONERTECH 11. ENERGY-EFFICIENT REFRIGERATORSTECH 12. ENERGY-EFFICIENT LIGHTING FOR RESIDENTIAL BUIL-DINGS (CFLS AND ELECTRONIC BALLASTS)TECH 13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN PROCESS HEATING –GENERAL (OVENS, CONTROLS)TECH 14. HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC MOTORSTECH 15. ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRIAL COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS THERMAL INSULATION OF EXISTING COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS (ROOF, FAÇADE, WINDOWS) AGAINSTTECH 16. HEAT AND COLD ENERGY-EFFICIENT LIGHTING FOR COMMERCIAL BUIL-DINGS (E.G., ELECTRONIC BALLASTS,TECH 17. DAYLIGHT AND OCCUPANCY CONTROLS)TECH 18. ENERGY-EFFICIENT PUBLIC LIGHTING (E.G., HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM, LEDS?)TECH 19. ENERGY-EFFICIENT WATER PUMPINGTECH 20. COGENERATION OF HEAT OR COLD AND POWER This project is funded by the European Union 8
  • Potential of Energy EfficiencyThis project is fundedby the European Union
  • Potential of Renewable Energy5.5 KWh/m2/day Open Plain Hills >7.5 m/s >11.5 m/s 6.5-7.5m/s 10-11.5m/s 5.5-6.5m/s 8.6-10m/s 4.6-5.5m/s 7-8.6 m/s This project is funded by the European Union < 4.5 m/s < 7.0 m/s
  •  The main objective of developing national Budget Allocation Chart (BAC) for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency investments is to identify and communicate to decision makers such measures which are most cost effective to achieve energy supply diversification, energy sustainability and energy security. Identify priorities, find out best options and to allocate scarce budget efficiently. This project is funded by the European Union 11
  • General Methodology  Business as usual SSM scenario: kWhr cost is based on World bank levelized electricity cost.  Technology/measure cost: This is based on international prices.  Technology /measure benefits: KWhr saving/generation  Country PotentialThis project is fundedby the European Union 12
  • Specific Methodology Data collection • Primary, generation, consumer energy prices considered • Avoided electricity costs for end users • Avoided energy supply costs for national economy Selection and justification of Technologies based on various criteria such as: is it relevant, high country potential, being discussed / considered in the country, possible to assess the country potential, easy to measure and report impact, possible to assess the life cycle saving/cost, possible to implement, cross sectrorial. Using specific model/sheet to generate the Budget Allocation Chart for Jordan. This project is funded by the European Union 13
  • Potentials additional additional ID Renewable technologies generation costs generation costs 2010 2015 2020 Sector in 2010 in 2020 TWh/a TWh/a TWh/a €/kWh €/kWh PV on roofs, residential,RE1.4 commercial/public 0.000 0.002 0.006 Residential 0.2781 0.1549RE2.6 PV street lighting, utilities / services 0.000 0.000 0.000 Utilities / Services #VALUE! #VALUE!RE2.4 Solar desalination, utilities / services 0.000 0.010 0.015 Utilities / Services 0.1500 0.0733 kW installed x Electricity generation kWh/kWRE3.7 PV facades, commercial/public 0.000 0.000 0.000 Utilities / Services #VALUE! #VALUE! Concentrated solar power, powerRE4.2 sector 0.000 0.040 0.489 Power Sector 0.1320 -0.0390RE4.3 PV Grid Connected, power sector 0.000 0.000 0.000 Power Sector #VALUE! 0.0000 minigrids and home systems forRE4.4 remote areas, power sector 0.000 0.000 0.000 Power Sector #VALUE! #VALUE!RE6.4 PV water pumps, agriculture 0.000 0.000 0.000 Agriculture #VALUE! #VALUE! Solar water heaters SWH, residentialRE1.1 sector 0.525 1.050 1.650 Residential -0.0414 -0.0595 Solar water heaters SWH,RE3.1 commercial sector 0.150 0.300 0.450 Tertiary -0.0437 -0.0625 Municipal landfill gas, utilities /RE2.1 services 0.000 0.000 0.000 Utilities / Services #VALUE! #VALUE! Municipal solid waste incineration,RE2.2 utilities / services 0.000 0.000 0.000 Utilities / Services #VALUE! #VALUE!RE4.1 Wind energy, power sector 0.002 0.600 0.489 Power Sector -0.0054 -0.0390RE4.5 Hydropower, large, power sector 0.000 0.000 0.000 Power Sector #VALUE! #VALUE!RE4.6 Geothermal, power sector 0.000 0.000 0.000 Power Sector #VALUE! #VALUE! biogas or other residual biomass power and heat/cost co-generation,RE4.7 power sector 0.010 0.020 0.040 Power Sector 0.0491 0.0114RE6.1 Biomass, agriculture 0.000 0.000 0.000 Agriculture #VALUE! #VALUE!RE6.9 Hydropower, small, agriculture This project is funded 0.000 0.000 0.000 Agriculture #VALUE! #VALUE! by the European Union 14
  • Net costs per Technically feasible kWh electricity total electricity saved from saving 2020 societal ID End-use area addressed Efficient Technology compared to the perspective in trend [TWh/a] the efficiency (dynamic potential) case 2020 [Euro/kWh]EE1.11 0.081 -0.0043 Food cooling most efficient fridges CFL instead of IncandescentEE1.13 0.125 -0.0791 Lighting light bulbEE2.9 0.103 -0.0550 Energy efficient compressed air More efficient compressorsEE3.8 0.052 -0.0684 Lighting Electronic BallastEE3.10 0.037 -0.0631 Public lighting High pressure sodiumEE1.131 0.045 -0.0425 Lighting Electronic ballastsEE1.3 0.203 -0.0372 Thermal Insulation Thermal InsulationEE2.5 0.250 -0.0797 Motors High efficiency electric motors This project is funded by the European Union 15
  • Budget Allocation Charts EE2.5 Motors EE1.13 Li ghting 0.2000 0.0000 EE3.8 Li ghting EE3.10 Publ i c l i ghting 0.1500 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] -0.0500 RE3.1 Sol a r wa ter hea ters SWH, commerci a l s ectorNet Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] RE1.1 Sol a r wa ter hea ters SWH, res i dentia l s ector 0.1000 -0.1000 EE2.9 Energy effi ci ent compres s ed a i r EE1.131 Li ghting 0.0500 RE4.1 Wi nd energy, power s ector -0.1500 0.0000 RE4.2 Concentra ted s ol a r power, power s ector 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 EE1.3 Therma l Ins ul a tion -0.2000 -0.0500 EE1.11 Food cool i ng RE4.7 bi oga s or other res i dua l bi oma s s power a nd hea t/cos t co-genera tion, power s ector -0.1000 -0.2500 RE2.4 Sol a r des a l i na tion, util i ties / s ervi ces Electricity Savings [TWh/a] RE1.4 PV on roofs , res i dentia l , commerci a l /publ i c This project is funded by the European Union Tech. undefi ned
  •  Dissemination of the results through seminars, workshops or conferences Introduce the results to the relevant decision makers through meetings and presentations Make use of available media if possible Include the results into relevant training courses materials This project is funded by the European Union 17
  • Thank youThis project is fundedby the European Union 18