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Energy Efficiency Policies for the SEMED/Arab Region Workshop.

Energy Efficiency Policies for the SEMED/Arab Region Workshop.
15-16 April 2013. Amman,Jordan

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    National energyefficiencystrategyinindustrialsectorintunisia policy_instrumentsandachievments National energyefficiencystrategyinindustrialsectorintunisia policy_instrumentsandachievments Presentation Transcript

    • Energy Efficiency Policies for the SEMED/Arab Region Amman 15 & 16 April 2013National Energy Efficiency Strategy in Industrial Sector in Tunisia : Policy, Instruments & Achievments Kawther LIHIDHEB Industrial Energy Efficiency Department– ANME Tunisia
    • Presentation Content Energy context in Tunisia Industrial Energy caracterisation in Tunisia Energy policy and public tools for the development of EE in industrial sector in Tunisia The achievement of EE programme in industrial sector in Tunisia Conclusion -2-
    • Energy context in Tunisia
    • Tunisian industrial sector: Caractérisation Economic Importance 6000 Companies Structure de la valeur ajoutée de lindustrie 35% du GDP IAA 11% IMCCV 6% INM 41% IME 80% Exports of goods and Total Industrie = 35% 14%services IC 6% ID ITHC 500 thousand of direct jobs 8% 14%
    • Industrial Energy caractérisation in Tunisia Weight of Energy 2,3 Mtoe in 2009, 2,3% /year progression 90-20107 000 ktep6 000 36%: decreasing; in favor of Building sector 6% Agriculture 11 %5 000 Tertiaire Industry 16 %4 000 Résidentiel 7% 31 %3 000 8% Transport 14 %2 000 30 %1 000 Industrie 41% 36 % 0 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Source : ONE -5-
    • Industrial Energy caracterisation in Tunisia Final Energy Intensity evolution0,5000,450 0,4400,400 0,363 Tep/1000 DT Cst 19900,350 0,3300,3000,2500,2000,1500,1000,050 - 1990 2000 2009 -6-
    • Industrial Energy caracterisation in Tunisia Energy consumption by form 35% 54% 55%64% 32% 25% 23%18% 23%14% 16% 18% 5% 5% 4% 10%1990 1995 2000 2007 Coke et Pet Coke Electricité Gaz naturel Produits pétroliers -7-
    • Industrial Energy Caracterisation in Tunisia Energy Consumption Structure Energy Consumption Structure in the Industrial Sector ID 10% IME 4% ITHC 4% ICH 12% IMCCV 61% IAA 9% 2000 ktoeEnergy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • Industrial Energy Caracterisation in Tunisia Energy Savings achieved: 2005-2011Energy Savings achieved over the Industrial Energy Savings achieved over theperiod 2005-2011 period 2005-2011 Electricité Agriculture renouvelable 5% Eolien Transport 0% autoproducteurs 5% Cogénération 0% 7% Industrie 45% Audits & Tertiaire / Contrats Residentiel Programmes 40% 93% 1600 ktoe 3500 ktoe -9-
    • Industrial Energy Caracterisation in Tunisia Energy Savings Potential : 2012-2016 Energy Efficiency Action Plan 2012-2016Economies (ktep) 2013 2014 2015 2016 TOTAL Industrie 170,3 303,1 448,1 599,2 50 % 1 520,7 Résidentiel et Tertiaire 58,9 133,5 226,1 308,8 727,3 Transport 93,2 129,4 298,1 336,9 857,6 Actions Agriculture et pêche 0,3 1,3 2,3 2,6 6,5Total EE 322,7 567,3 974,6 1 247,5 3 112,2 Energy Saving 3 Mtoe
    • State policy and public tools for EE enforcment in the industrial sector Technical Support incentive Instruments • Subventions FNME • Avantages fiscaux • Outils de financement • ESE Regulatory instruments • Mandatory Periodic Energy Audit • Mandatory Energy audit for new project Institutionnel instrument• ANME (Unité de l’Efficacité Energétique dans l’Industrie)• National Fund for Energy Conservation - 11 -
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Mandatory measures Mandatory periodic Energy audits  Industrial companies consuming more than 800 toe / year  Actual target 320 companies Mandatory Energy audits for new projects  Industrial new projects consuming more than 800 toe /year: ANME permission  Industrial new projects consuming more than 7000 toe /year : Autorisation from the minister in charge of energy Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Incentives Measures Subsidies for energy audits:  70% of the cost of the audit with a limit of 30.000 DT Subsidies for EE investment:  Immatériel Investissement : 70% of the cost with a limit of 70.000 DT  Matériel Investissement : 20% of the cost with a limit depending on the energy consumption  less than 4000 toe: 100.000 DT  between 4000 and 7000 toe: 200.000 DT  more than7000 toe: 250.000 DT Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Incentives Measures Specific Framework for the promotion of cogeneration  20% subsidy for cogeneration investment with a maximum of 500.000 dinars per project.  Obligation for the utility company STEG to buy the excess of electricity produced by cogeneration plant.  Third part access to STEG transmission Network.  An incentive purchase price for the excess of electricity sold to the grid Prix Jour : 0,2401 x Prix Gaz/tep + 16 (millimes) Prix Pointe : 0,3110 x Prix Gaz/tep + 60 (millimes) Prix Soir : 0,3039 x Prix Gaz/tep + 40 (millimes) Prix Nuit : 0,2179 x Prix Gaz/tep (millimes) Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Accompanying measures Creation of 4 Task forces chaired by ANME Key in the implementation of the 4ECP  Task force for large industrial energy users: To assist large industrial users in their energy conservation efforts  Task force cogeneration: To support the establishment of the required legal framework to achieve the cogeneration objectives To work with industrial companies to assist in the development and implementation of projects  Task force on natural gas: To encourage the expansion of gas use in industry  Task force CDM: To support industrial companies in the preparation of their CDM projects Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Accompanying measures Sensitizing and assisting industrial companies on identifying and implementing EE actions plan. Accompanying industrial companies on the verification, evaluation and monitoring of the implemented EE projects. Assisting and accompanying the industrial companies on implementing Energy Management System.  Creation of an Energy Management Unit.  Assistance on the implementation of Energy performance indicators.  Training Energy Managers on the EE issues Sensitizing commercial banks to finance EE projects in industrial companies. Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Mobilizing credit lines dedicated for financing EE programs• Credit line World Bank: 40 MUS$  A long terme loan from the world bank with the guarantee from the Government of Tunisia  2 banks partners: Amen Bank, Banque de l’Habitat  Cogénération and Energy Efficiency in industries• Credit Line Environment AFD: 40 M€  A loan from AFD, bonifie par l’UE  3 banks partners: BIAT, UBCI, BT  Cogénération, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 17 -
    • State policy and public tools for EE in the industrial sector Mobilizing credit lines dedicated for financing EE programs• Technical and financial assistance to project developers  The ANME in the center of the dispositif  Providing technical assistance to the commercial banks in the area of EE  Providing support to project developers to assist in the preparatory studies and business development assistance. Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 18 -
    • The achievement of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Programme Energy Efficiency Indicators 2004-2011 300.0 140Ktep/an Nombre de CP 253.9 254.9 242.7 120 250.0 Energie déplacée 232.1 (ktep/an) 210.2 100 200.0 Economie dénergie cumulée (ktep/an) 80 Nombre de CP 150.0 Efficacité Energétique 111.7 60 100.0 69.2 40 43.3 50.0 20 0.0 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Cumulative Energy Savings of 1 400 Ktoe 4 MTCOE Emissions Avoided Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 19 -
    • The achievement of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Program Energy Efficiency Indicators2004-2011 ITHC 3% IME IMCCV 12% IAA ID 12% ICH IMCCV ID 56% ICH IME 9% IAA ITHC 8%Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 20 -
    • The achievement of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Program Energy Efficiency Indicators 2004-2011 90 140 Investissement Total (MDT) 80 80 120 Nombre de CP Efficacité Energétique 70 126 65 108MDT 60 Relance of EE 100 50 in industry 84 79 80 75 Nombre de CP 44 70 40 60 30 26 25 21 40 20 25 11 20 10 18 6 0 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total EE Investment = 300 MUS$ Average pay back period~ 2 years Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 21 -
    • The Program of Promotion of CHP in Industrial Sector Potentiel for CHP in Industry: 260 MW electrical350 Potentiel de cogénération et gain annuel en énergie primaire dans lindustrie par branche300 257 MWé250 36200 33 180 ktep/an 2 4 40 25150 23 1 3 Papier 28 ITHC100 94 IME ID 6650 IC IMCCV 48 IAA 34 0 Mwe ktep Programme d‘Efficacité Énergétique dans le secteur Industriel - 22 -
    • The Programme of Promotion of Cogeneration Program objective : Installation of 110 MW in 2014 Pipeline cogeneration installations targeted in 2014 Investissement Economies prévuesNombre dinstallations Situation Capacité (MW) consenti (MDT) (tep/an) Installations 8 37 35 25 450 opérationnelles 8 Installations imminentes 20 36 16 000 80 % 9 Installations engagées 33 59 26 000 Installations en cours 27 92 163 73 600 détudes de faisabilité 52 TOTAL 181 292 141 050 -23-
    • PERSPECTIVES A need for changing scale in EE and Cogeneration investment Better mobilizing the CHP potential : regulatory framework, awareness of industries ... Explore new solutions for EE in the industry:  Measures focusing on Utilities, Process optimization,  Best available technologies ... Strengthen and improve the EE services for customers:  Coaching  Guarantee of results  Improve the effectiveness of energy savings: systematizing measuring and monitoring Protocols - 24 -
    • PERSPECTIVES Establish an Energy Efficiency Information System for Industry (database of relevant indicators, benchmarking, etc. . Promote the progressive integration of EE into the overall management system of companies (ISO 50001 standard) Promote Public - Private partnership based on a "win-win" approach for both partners - 25 -
    • CONCLUSION A need for changing scale in EE investmentSuccess keysA good understanding of circumstances and issuesA long term vision and policyA good and updated Energy Information SystemStrong positive signal from the public sectorSpecific financial mechanism for each targeted sectorsReal public-private partnership based on a win – win approachbetween stakeholders Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector
    • Thank you very much for your attention www.anme.nat.tn Energy Efficiency Program in Industrial Sector