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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. National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the years 2011-2013 LCEC- Lebanon Dr. Farid B. Chaaban Amman, December 5-6, 2010
  • 2. Overview: Overall National Indicative TargetKey IndicatorsNo Indicator Unit Year 2010 Year 20201 Electricity intensity kWh/LC 0.000286 0.00027 kWh/LL kWh/LL2 GWh/year 15000 30000 National end use electricity consumption3 % /year 7 Projected electricity consumption growth rate4 % 47 45 Share of electricity in final energy consumption5 Share of electricity consumption by sector 26% 3900 GWh 5% Sector 1 Industrial reduction in 38% 5700 GWh growth rate Sector 2 Building 17 % 2550 GWh Sector 3 Governmental 19 % 2850 GWh Sector 4 Others + losses6 Marginal cost of kWh supplied (2011-2013) $/kWh 21 cents/kWh
  • 3. Indicative Target Baseline consumption National indicative Energy Efficiency target GWh/5 years average 2020 2013 (First NEEAP) 3 years % GWh % GWh ReduTotal ctionSector 1 Industrial – 3627GWh 5 2 80sector 2 Building – 5570 GWh 5Sector 3 Governmental – 2500 5 12 1000 (SWH) GWh
  • 4. Electricity Implementation savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure period first 3 years 2011-20131 Towards Banning the Import of Incandescent Lamps to Lebanon: 2010-2012 160MW or This initiative aims at banning the import of incandescent lamps 1401 GWh to Lebanon by the end of the year 2012, and can only be reached through the application of different independent but interrelated actions, mainly the 3 million CFL’s project.2 Adoption of the Energy Conservation Law and Dec.2010- N.A. Institutionalization of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC): The law offers a legal framework for the following subjects: energy audits, energy efficiency standards and labels, financial incentives for energy efficiency appliances, and net-metering.3 The setup of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) By June 2013 N.A. as the national energy agency for Lebanon: This initiative aims at the enforcement of the role of LCEC as the national energy conservation center for Lebanon, working towards the setup and implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies and actions.4 Solar Water Heaters for Buildings and Institutions: This initiative Sept. 2010-2012 337 GWh/year aims at promoting the use of solar water heaters mainly in the residential sector.
  • 5. Electricity Implementation savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure period first 3 years 2011-20135 Design and implementation of a national strategy for Aug. 2010- 18.6 GWh efficient and economic public street lighting in Lebanon: over 3 years This initiative aimed at offering a safe and energy efficient street lighting with an intelligent monitoring, control, and maintenance procedure. This initiative can be achieved by updating, replacing, and installing new photo-sensor devices in the different street lighting sectors in order to illuminate the roads when needed, and to develop technical specifications for the energy efficient street lighting lamps, as well as the increase in the know-how and capacity of the personnel working on the operation and maintenance.
  • 6. Electricity Implementation savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure period first 3 years 2011-20136 Electricity Generation from Wind Power: This initiative 2010-2014 60-100MW aims to promote the generation of electricity through the (12% saving in use of wind energy. This can only be achieved through consumption for technical and policy related actions. all renewable resources)7 Electricity Generation from Solar Energy: This initiative Feb.2011- 1-5MW aims to start the development and promote the generation 2015 of electricity through the execution of Photovoltaic (PV) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) farms. For this to be achieved, proper policy and technical actions are to be taken in addition to ensuring the right financial modalities.8 Geothermal, Waste to Energy, and Other Technologies: 2011- 2014 15-25 MW This initiative aims to help reduce waste and benefit from waste to energy conversion techniques in addition to the geothermal power to produce electricity. This is to be achieved through several actions including finding a solution to solid waste treatment.
  • 7. Electricity Implementati savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure on period first 3 years 2011-20139 Building Code for Lebanon: This initiative aims to set a standard for 2010-2015 1.4 M toe over the existing and new buildings, to identify the minimum acceptable 20 years, or energy performance and present proper building envelope 16282 GWh/20 enhancement for Lebanese territories. years10 Hydro Power for Electricity Generation: This initiative aims to 2010-2015 80 MW encourage and promote the use of hydro power to produce additional electricity. This is to be achieved through support of hydro and micro- hydro projects and working on better exploitation of water resources.11 Financing Mechanisms and Incentives: This initiative aims to provide 2011-2015 proper financing mechanism in order to promote the use of energy efficiency and renewable energy. This is mainly linked to the collaborative work with the ministry of finance and the central bank of Lebanon.12 Awareness and Capacity Building: This initiative aims to raise Since 2005 awareness about the importance of energy efficiency and introducing efficient technologies. It also focuses on analyzing and disseminating good practices, creating skills and experience in energy efficient technologies, as well as strengthening existing ones.
  • 8. Electricity Implementation savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure period first 3 years 2011-201313 Paving the Way for Energy Audit and ESCO Business: This Since 2005 initiative aims to help Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and to provide them with financial, fiscal, and technical incentives to remove barriers and promote energy audit activities.14 Promotion of PV and Wind Application in the Residential and 2008-2012 37.5kW by Commercial Sectors: This initiative aims to support the residential CEDRO and commercial uses of wind energy and photovoltaic systems and offer incentives and encouragements to stand alone units installers. This requires technical as well as financial support with necessary action in the legal reform.15 Promotion of Energy- Efficient Equipment: This initiative aims to 2009-2013 16 MW in the promote the use of energy- efficient equipment in households and industrial sector commercial buildings. This includes focusing on electrical equipment and establishing a national energy efficiency standard.
  • 9. • Detailed Information of Individual Measures
  • 10. Measure (1) Banning the Import of Incandescent Lamps to Lebanon (CFL project)Objective This initiative aims at banning the import of incandescent lamps to Lebanon by the end of the year 2012, and can only be reached through the application of different independent but interrelated actions, mainly the 3 million CFL’s project.Description of the Replacement of 3 million incandescent lamps with 3 million CFL’s.measure LCEC has selected the energy efficiency standard for CFL’s in Lebanon. LIBNOR has adopted the standard and The Council of Ministers has also approved the adoption of the standards as mandatory. • 90,000 by end of 2010, rest of 3 million lamps by end of 2011. • Coordinate with the Industrial Research Institute (IRI) to setup a testing facility for CFL’s.Implementing The LCEC is in charge of this initiative. A team of 9 professionals has been selected to supervise theagency distribution of the lamps. The LCEC has distributed 90,000 CFL’s in 31 villages in South Lebanon.Stakeholders LCEC, EDL, IRI, Ministry of Finance, LIBNOR, retailers, municipalities.Target group Residential sectorProgram cost $ 7 millionTotal resource cost $ 7 million (+cost of incandescent lamps collected)Reduction of Electricity demand reduced by 160 MW, and savings of around 76 million USD annually for a period ofsubsidies 4 years.($26/year/household)Source of funding GoL, Greek Government grant, UNDP/CEDROFinancial Greek grant, CDM carbon credits purchaser, financial decentives on the import of incandescent lamps,instruments and later banning the import of these lamps.Awareness Promotional campaign through local media, MEW’s national campaign, National workshops in coordination with Order of Engineers and Architects, building developers, suppliers, vouchers.Monitoring and Assess the pilot project in Safad Al Batikh; 350 households totally fitted with CFLs, SWH, and newquantification of metering sets.impact
  • 11. Measure (2) Adoption of the Energy Conservation Law and Institutionalization of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC):Objective The law offers a legal framework for initiatives such as energy audits, energy efficiency standards and labels, financial incentives for energy efficiency appliances, and net-metering.Description of the measure A committee of 4 experts has drafted the energy conservation law, which was then debated and updated in a national workshop in 2010. Institutionalization of LCEC as an independent organization operating under the supervision of MEW is being finalized.Implementing agency GoL, Parliament, LCECStakeholders involved MEW, GoL, Parliament, LCEC, UNDP and GEF.Target group All sectors, public and privateProgram cost N.A.Total resource cost N.A.Cost / kWh saved $ 0.023-0.133Reduction of subsidies $0.06/KWhSource of funding UNDP, GEFFinancial instruments Private investors, to be repaid by EDLAwareness National workshops, and promotion campaigns.Monitoring and Annual reports and periodic economic assessmentquantification of impact
  • 12. Measure (3) The setup of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) as the national energy agency for LebanonObjective This initiative aims at the enforcement of the role of LCEC as the national energy conservation center for Lebanon, working towards the setup and implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies and actions.Description of the The center is to be registered as an independent entity under the supervision ofmeasure MEW. In the meantime, LCEC is still maintained by UNDP. MEW has donated a piece of land to build the center on. Building design is being processed.Implementing agency GoL, and ParliamentStakeholders involved UNDP, MEW, EU.Target group All sectors, especially energy – related stakeholdersProgram cost 3.7 million (3M from UNDP, and 0.5M Euros from EU)Cost / kWh saved 15-20% gains from 150 EE projectsSource of funding UNDP, EU. GoLAwareness Several national workshops.Monitoring and Implementation Management Unit in MEW.quantification of impact
  • 13. Measure (4) Solar Water Heaters for Buildings and InstitutionsObjective To promote the use of solar water heaters mainly in the residential sector so as to obtain around 30% savings., LIBNOR, EDL, IRI, Banks, retailers.Description of the To implement a financing mechanism to subsidize residential solar watermeasure heaters that comply with pre- set standards. Also, the aim is to assess the use of solar heaters and accelerate their market penetration. Long- term and interest free loans will be offered for this purpose by the UNDP, LCEC, in cooperation with the Central Bank of Lebanon.Implementing agency LCECStakeholders involved LCEC, UNDP, Central Bank, Greek Govt.Target group Residential and commercial buildingsProgram cost $21MTotal resource cost $22.5MCost / kWh saved $0.06/KWhReduction of subsidies $0.0987/KWhSource of funding UNDP, Greek Govt, Chinese Govt., NEEREA, and GoL.Financial instruments Long- term Interest- free loans, donations, and tax deduction.Awareness Several campaigns launched nationwide. Several workshops to educate consumers and dealers..Monitoring and 500 SWH installed in 2008-09, and additional 1000 during 2010.quantification of impact
  • 14. Measure (5) Design and implementation of a national strategy for efficient and economic public street lighting in LebanonObjective The aim is to offer a safe and energy- efficient street lighting with an intelligent monitoring, control, and maintenance procedure.Description of the This initiative can be achieved by updating, replacing, and installing new photo-measure sensor devices in the different street lighting sectors in order to illuminate the roads when needed, and to develop technical specifications for the energy- efficient street lighting lamps, as well as the increase in the know-how and capacity of the personnel working on the operation and maintenance. Mercury lamps will be replaced with sodium lamps.Implementing agency MEW and LCECStakeholders involved MEW, UNDP/CEDRO, LCEC, GoL, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Interior and Municipalities, CDR,Target group Municipalities, and residential areasProgram cost $25MCost / kWh saved $0.21/KWh + $0.315/KWh from voltage regulatorsReduction of subsidies $ 4M savingsSource of funding GoL, and UNDP/CEDROFinancial instruments Long- term Interest- free loansAwareness National campaigns, and a hotline. Also, training and capacity building workshops for municipalities, and ministries staff.Monitoring and Reduction in municipalities billsquantification ofimpact
  • 15. Measure (6) Electricity Generation from Wind PowerObjective This initiative aims to promote the generation of electricity through the use of wind energy. This can only be achieved through technical and policy related actions.Description of the measure Small scale pilot projects after the wind atlas for the country is published. Regulatory and legal frameworks will also be reviewed by experts. A market survey to identify local dealers and suppliers has been conducted as well.Implementing agency LCEC and UNDP/CEDROStakeholders involved LCEC, MEW, UNDP/CDERO, NEEREA, Ministry of Finance, and Central Bank of Lebanon.Target group Private utilities, and buildings sectorProgram cost 85,000 USD for the wind atlas, and $115-190M (MEW for 60-100MW)Cost / kWh saved 9.78 cents/kWhReduction of subsidies 120 GWh by 2018 ($9.8M).Source of funding UNDP/CEDRO, NEEREA, and private sectorFinancial instruments Long- term interest free loans with full risk guaranteeAwareness National promotional campaigns and workshopsMonitoring and Implementation Management Unit in MEW.quantification of impact
  • 16. Measure (7) Electricity Generation from Solar EnergyObjective This initiative aims to start the development and promote the generation of electricity through the execution of Photovoltaic (PV) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) farms.Description of the measure Proper policy and technical actions are to be taken in addition to ensuring the right financial modalities. Pilot projects are being implemented in a number of public buildings such as hospitals and schools. A market survey has already been conducted by LCEC to identify eventual dealers and suppliers.Implementing agency LCEC, CDR, and UNDP/CEDROStakeholders involved LCEC, CDR, EDL, UNDP/CEDRO, Ministry of Finance,Target group IPP, residential and commercial buildingsProgram cost Feasibility study: 40,000 USD, in addition to private funded still being negotiated.Total resource cost $1.7MReduction of subsidies 5.2GWh/year, (or $0.5M/year)Source of funding UNDP/CEDRO, international donors, and private sectorFinancial instruments Long- term interest free loans, and other financial incentives by MoFAwareness MEW’s national campaignMonitoring and Implementation Management Unit in MEW.quantification of impact
  • 17. Measure (8) Geothermal, Waste to Energy, and Other TechnologiesObjective This initiative aims to help reduce waste and benefit from waste to energy conversion techniques in addition to the geothermal power to produce electricity. This is to be achieved through several actions including finding a solution to solid waste treatment.Description of the measure Biomass strategy for Lebanon will be finalized. A study on the potential of geothermal energy in the country. Pilot projects for building relevant power plants will be commissioned. To investigate mineralogical map of the region.Implementing agency LCECStakeholders involved LCEC, MEW, UNDP/CEDRO, NEEREA, IPP.Target group Farmers, private investorsProgram cost $30-50M for 15-25MWReduction of subsidies $6-10M/yearSource of funding UNDP/CEDRO, NEEREA, CDMFinancial instruments Long- term Interest- free loansAwareness Vouchers and workshopsMonitoring and Implementation Management Unit at MEWquantification of impact
  • 18. Measure (9) Building Code for LebanonObjective 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 NEEREACost / kWh saved 10-15% savingsSource of funding GEF, ADEME, WB, NEEREA, IFC, AmideastFinancial instruments Interest free and long- term loans.Awareness Published reports, workshop and discussionMonitoring and Order of Engineers and Architectsquantification of impact
  • 19. Measure (10) Hydro Power for Electricity GenerationObjective This initiative aims to encourage and promote the use of hydro power to generate electricity.Description of the measure This is to be achieved through support of hydro and micro- hydro projects and working on better exploitation of water resources, and through rehabilitation of existing plants. A hydro atlas for Lebanon will be developed to assess the potential of hydro power.Implementing agency MEWStakeholders involved MEW, UNDP/CEDRO, IPP,Target group EDL, IPPProgram cost $500MReduction of subsidies $34M/year (for 80MW)Source of funding Private sector, and international loans.Financial instruments NEEREAAwareness Promotion initiatives and pilot projectsMonitoring and Implementation Management Unit in MEW.quantification of impact
  • 20. Measure (11) Financing Mechanisms and IncentivesObjective The aim is to provide proper financing mechanism in order to promote the use of energy efficiency and renewable energy. This is mainly linked to the collaborative work with the ministry of finance and the central bank of Lebanon.Description of the measure To collaborate with the MoF to provide financial incentives for the import and market spread of solar water heaters, and to make use of the carbon credits. The Central Bank, in coordination with MEW, has initiated the National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action (NEEREA) to fund clean technology power projects, excluding large power generation.Implementing agency MoF, LCECStakeholders involved MoF, NEEREA, UNDP, Central Bank, LCECTarget group Residential sectorSource of funding MoF, NEEREA, banking sectorFinancial instruments NEEREA, Long- term interest- free loans.Awareness Workshops and promotion campaigns
  • 21. Measure (12) Awareness and Capacity BuildingObjective The aim is to raise awareness about the importance of energy efficiency and to introduce energy- efficient technologies, and energy audit concepts.Description of the The focus is on analyzing and disseminating good practices, creating skills andmeasure experience in energy efficient technologies, as well as strengthening existing ones.Implementing agency LCEC, MEW (LCEC appointed as Focal Point on Regional Awareness Campaigns in Coordination with LAS, MEDENC, and RCREEE)Stakeholders involved LCEC, MEW, UNDP, League of Arab StatesTarget group Building and industrial sectorsProgram cost $1.4M (SWH)Source of funding MEW, EU, local mediaAwareness Awareness campaigns, pilot projects and standards and labels.
  • 22. Measure (13) Paving the Way for Energy Audit and ESCO BusinessObjective This initiative aims to help and promote Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and to provide them with financial, fiscal, and technical incentives to remove barriers and promote energy audit activities.Description of the measure LCEC launched an energy audit support program, and a campaign to promote energy efficiency in the building and industrial sectors.Implementing agency MEW, LCECStakeholders involved MEW, LCEC,NEEREA, ESCO companies, private sector, banksTarget group Building and industrial sectorsProgram cost $9.7MTotal resource cost $7.5MCost / kWh saved 38GWh/yearReduction of subsidies $3.8M/yearSource of funding NEEREA, CEDRO, banksFinancial instruments NEEREAAwareness Promotion campaigns and capacity building programsMonitoring and 120 audits were conducted in various sectors.quantification of impact
  • 23. Measure (14) Promotion of PV and Wind Application in the Residential and Commercial SectorsObjective This initiative aims to support the residential and commercial uses of wind energy and photovoltaic systems and offer incentives and encouragements to stand alone units installers.Description of the measure This requires technical as well as financial support with necessary action in the legal reform to install pilot project at the household level. Market survey has been conducted.Implementing agency LCEC, UNDP/CEDRO, MoFStakeholders involved Commercial and residential buildings, industries, municipalities.Target group Residential and commercial sectorsProgram cost 85,000 USD for wind atlas,Reduction of subsidies 30MW in 2012, and 60 MW in 2018Source of funding UNDP/CEDROFinancial instruments Incentives by MoFAwareness Promotion campaigns, newslettersMonitoring and LCEC reportsquantification of impact
  • 24. Measure (15) Promotion of Energy- Efficient EquipmentObjective This initiative aims to promote the use of energy- efficient equipment in households and commercial buildings.Description of the measure This includes focusing on 5 appliances: CFLs, SWH, refrigerators, space heating, and AC.Implementing agency LCECStakeholders involved MEW, MEW, MoF, LIBNORTarget group Households and commercial buildingsSource of funding International loansFinancial instruments Financial incentives and decentivesAwareness Promotion campaigns, vouchers, newsletters,…Monitoring and LCEC and LIBNORquantification of impact
  • 25. Additional Measures Measures for Exemplary Role of Public SectorNo Title and description of the Implementation Electricity EE measure period savings for the first 3 years 2011-20131 Standards and Labeling July 2008 - 8GWH
  • 26. Measure (16) Standards and LabelingObjective 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 $1MSource of funding Greek FundFinancial instruments NEEREAAwareness Promotion campaigns, local mediaMonitoring and LIBNORquantification of impact
  • 27. Measures under Utility Responsibilities Responsibility Qualitative progress1 Provision of data and information Data on generation and distribution were used in the MEW recent Policy paper.2 Providing services Distribution of 3M CFLs3 Contributing to an EE fund CFL and street lighting projects4 Awareness campaigns MEW national campaign
  • 28. Measures for Power Sector Implementation Unit (SavingsNo Title and description of the EE measure period M$/year)1 Reduction of net heat rate in power 15-25% by 2014 80 plant operation (in MJ, kcal, or kWh per kWh, or %)2 Reduction of technical losses, the 7% by 2014 26 national grid, %3 Reduction of commercial losses , Millions 10% by 2014 11 LC4 Upgrade of metering and smart grid By 2014 669 over 4 years strategies
  • 29. Horizontal and Cross-sectorial MeasuresNo Title and description of the EE measure Implementation period1 Solar panels distribution would trigger the 2010-2013 industrial sector to get the know how related to their manufacturing2 PV cells are proven useful for residential as well as 2011-1014 agricultural sectors.3 Building code and the construction sector 2011-
  • 30. Supportive Measures Title and description of the EE measure Qualitative progress1 General sector specific stand alone Awareness campaigns (local awareness program media, vouchers, workshops,…)2 Research & Development of EE Testing at IRI technologies3 University curriculum development in EE In progress (AUB, USEK, LU,…)4 Public awareness campaigns MEW , LCEC (ongoing)
  • 31. Criteria to Assess EE Policy Implementation ProgressNo Action/Activity Qualitative progress MEW, law 462/2002, policy paper of June1 Energy efficiency policy announcement 2010 Technical committee to write a first draft of the EE known MEW, LCEC2 and announced3 EE policy draft was prepared and had been circulated Still under discussion (NEEAP)4 EE policy paper released to the public Still under discussion EE policy paper is also a directive or tabled in parliament Draft law under discussion5 as a bill to become a law and contains rules and regulations EE policy paper contains a target or benchmark to be Success stories from Tunis, Jordan, and6 achieved at a specific year Mexico The EE policy or law is backed up by an action plan Under discussion7 (business plan) .This is the equivalent of a NEEAP The action or business plan contains an estimate of the $134 M8 total resources necessary to implement the policy The Government is providing a full or partial public or $25 M over 4 years, relevant bylaws being9 PPP budget to finance the action plan prepared Service provider tendering The Government has decided to treat energy efficiency10 as a source of energy and publicly tenders the EE business plan as they would tender a new power plant
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