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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 - Lebanon Germany Tunis, 26th – 27th, July, 2010 Ahmad Houri BAC Expert – Lebanon “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
  •  Lebanon Energy Overview Lebanon 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
  •  Capacity way below demand Outages of 3 hours in the capital (daily) and up to 12 hours in the rural areas Approximately 400 MW of private generation capacity Hydropower contribution decreasing due to higher demand on water and decreasing rainfall. Monopolized electricity generation This project is funded by the European Union 3
  •  35% losses on the grid 25% due to non-technical losses 17 cents/KWh Imports from Syria and Egypt Low efficiency of old plants Expected 7% growth in demand Private generation is not regulated and only estimates are available This project is funded by the European Union 4
  •  Stakeholders contacted Response rate / length of questionnaire Selection of technologies This project is funded by the European Union 5
  • Tech 1. Energy-efficient lighting (CFLs, efficient Tech 11. Hydropower linear fluorescents with electronic ballasts, LEDs?)Tech 2. Energy-efficient lighting (e.g., electronic Tech 12. CSP ballasts, daylight and occupancy controls)Tech 3. Thermal insulation of existing buildings Tech 13. Energy-efficient compressed air (roof, façade, windows) against heat and coldTech 4. Solar Water heating Tech 14. Energy management, good housekeepingTech 5. Energy-efficient public lighting (e.g., high Tech 15. Solar Space Heating pressure sodium, LEDs?)Tech 6. Energy-efficient new buildings Tech 16. PV roofsTech 7. Cogeneration of heat or cold and power Tech 17. Municipal land fill gasTech 8. PV street lighting Tech 18. Mini Grids and home systems for remote areasTech 9. Wind Energy Tech 19. Solar Swimming pool heatingTech 10. Low-energy building Tech 20. Cement processes (klinker production, grinding, substitutes for klinker) This project is funded by the European Union 6
  •  The overall objective of this study is to develop and disseminate the “budget allocation efficiency charts for public and private sector spending in EE and RE” for Lebanon. The aim of this report is to present to decision makers the results of the national budget allocation efficiency charts that identify the most cost effective EE and RE measures to implement for achieving energy supply diversification, energy sustainability and energy security. This project is funded by the European Union 7
  •  Business as usual SSM scenario: kWh cost is based on World Bank levelized electricity cost. Technology/Measure cost: based on international prices. It is assumed that the proposed technologies and measures will be implemented through national programs that ensure market efficiency. Technology/Measure benefits: kWh saving/generation is country specific, depending on technology/measure investigated. Detailed simple methodologies developed by WI institute were used to calculate the country potential for each investigated technology/measure. This project is funded by the European Union 8
  •  Main data sources:  Policy paper by the Minister of Energy  EDL data  Producers and retailers of technology  LCEC  Other stake holders This project is funded by the European Union 9
  • Ranking Name 1 Lighting___Energy‐efficient lighting CFLs 2 Heating & Cooling___Thermal insulation of existing buildings 3 Heating & Cooling___Good housekeeping (Programmable Thermostat for A/C) 4 Solar water heaters SWH, commercial sector___Tertiary 5 Lighting___Energy‐efficient lighting Electronic Ballast 6 Municipal landfill gas, utilities / services___Utilities / Services 7 PV facades, commercial/public___Utilities / Services 8 PV street lighting, utilities / services___Utilities / Services 9 Public lighting___Efficient Public Lighting (LED) 10 Compressed Air___Energy-efficient compressed air 11 Building___Low Energy Building 12 Geothermal, power sector___Power Sector 13 PV water pumps, agriculture___Agriculture 14 Municipal solid waste incineration, utilities / services___Utilities / Services biogas or other residual biomass power and heat/cost co-generation, power 15 sector___Power Sector 16 Building___Energy-efficient new building 17 Cement Industry___Cement processes (Grinding - Efficient Ball Mill) 18 Hydropower, large, power sector___Power Sector 19 Concentrated solar power, power sector___Power Sector This project is funded 20 by the European Union Heat Recovery___Cogeneration (Generators) 10
  • EE1.13 Lighting Budget Allocation Charts EE1.3 Heating & Cooling EE2.14 Heating & Cooling 35.0000 0.0000 RE3.1 Solar water heaters SWH, commercial sector 30.0000 -0.5000 Accumulated Net Costs Electricity Savings [Mrd. Euro/a] EE3.8 LightingNet Costs per kWh electricity saved [Euro/kWh] -1.0000 25.0000 RE2.1 Municipal landfill gas, utilities / services -1.5000 RE3.7 PV facades, commercial/public 20.0000 -2.0000 RE2.6 PV street lighting, utilities / services 15.0000 EE3.10 Public lighting -2.5000 10.0000 EE2.9 Compressed Air -3.0000 EE1.1 Building 5.0000 -3.5000 RE4.6 Geothermal, power sector 0.0000 -4.0000 RE6.4 PV water pumps, agriculture 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 -5.0000 -4.5000 RE2.2 Municipal solid waste incineration, utilities / services Electricity Savings [TWh/a] This project is funded by the European Union 11
  •  Detailed review of the calculations and data generated Dissemination of the BAC’s in Lebanon Prioritization of the technologies to be used Insuring compatibility with the Minister’s plan. This project is funded by the European Union 12
  • Thank youThis project is fundedby the European Union 13