NEEAP Development

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Regional Workshop on Monitoring NEEAP Implementation development in the Arab Region
10-11 November 2013

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NEEAP Development

  1. 1. 18-Nov-13
  2. 2. The Secretariat The Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity The Executive Bureau of the AMCE (8) RE and EE Expert Committee EE W.G. RE W.G. Electricity Expert Committee tech. Team Secretariat of the Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity Study SC
  3. 3. 365 million inhabitants Area: 14.2 m sq. Km 5.2 % of the world 10.2 % of the world The Arab World Energy: Countries: 22 GDP: 2.365 b $ 18-Nov-13 Oil reserves: 57.5 % NG reserves: 28.2 %
  4. 4. ‫المصدر: دراسة حول مؤشرات كفاءة الطاقة – المركز اإلقليمي للطاقة المتجددة وكفاءة الطاقة‬
  5. 5. Source: * BP, Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2009
  6. 6. 30% of the Arab states imports more than 90% of their energy needs 98% of the energy demand is being met by oil and gas 6 Arab countries consumes about 75% of the total energy consumption in the Arab world
  7. 7. 60% of the Arab countries have electricity shortages 7.5% is the average electricity growth rate in the Arab region 20% Average electricity grids losses 1420 k.w.h per capita is the electricity consumption in Qatar and 216 k.w.h per capita in Yemen
  8. 8. 25% is the energy efficiency expected potential in the Arab countries 25% is ratio of the saved energy unit cost to the energy unit of produced cost. 60% of EE measures lies in buildings and electricity system
  9. 9. ‫اإلطار االسترشادي ال يخل بالتدابير التي توصي بضرورة أن تتأكد الدول األعضاء من أن‬ ‫جميع المستخدمين من األسر، والمشاريع الصغيرة، يتمتعون بخدمة التزود بالكهرباء بأسعار‬ ‫معقولة وشفافة.‬ ‫يحقق تحسين كفاءة الطاقة وفراً ملحوظا ً في الطاقة ومردوداً اقتصاديا ً؛ وبالتالي يقلل من‬ ‫االستثمارات المطلوبة لتأمين الطاقة الالزمة للتنمية االقتصادية واالجتماعية.‬ ‫يعتبر تحسين كفاءة الطاقة وترشيد استخدامها مصدراً غير مباشر من مصادر الطاقة المتاحة‬ ‫التي تساهم في تحقيق التنمية المستدامة وتحفظ حق األجيال القادمة .‬ ‫تشجع تدابير إجراءات كفاءة الطاقة قيام سوق لخدمات الطاقة من خالل المؤسسات الصغيرة‬ ‫والمتوسطة‬ ‫01‬ ‫31-‪18-Nov‬‬
  10. 10. Adopting EE practices will assist Arab nations achieving: • Creating new jobs at lower costs. • Transferring and implementing latest energy technologies • Minimizing negative gas emissions • Raising the regions awareness about best practices. • Engaging Civil community and public sector in creating and implementing EE laws and regulations
  11. 11. Implementation Endorsement Amendments Approval Translation Secretariat of the Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity
  12. 12. • Purpose and scope of work Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III • General Targets • The exemplary role of the public sector Chapter IV • Promoting End-Use Energy Efficiency and Energy Services Chapter V • Final Provisions
  13. 13. Purpose: To foster and improve electricity efficiency and rationalization of it’ s consumption at the end user. Through: The provision of indicative targets, as well as mechanisms, incentives and institutional frameworks and financial and legal measures required to remove the barriers and flaws existing in the market which impede the efficient end-use of energy. Creating the appropriate conditions for the development and promotion of a market for energy services. Secretariat of the Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity
  14. 14. Member States aim to achieve comprehensive national energy savings by 2020. The national indicative targets are to be reached through energy services and other measures to improve energy efficiency. Member States shall take reasonable and practical costeffective measures which will lead to and contribute to the achievement of this target. The National Energy Efficiency Plan (NEEAP) shall be prepared for a period of three years and reviewed annually to ensure the achievement of its objectives.
  15. 15. Egypt Tunisia 2012-2015 2011-2013 Lebanon 2011-2015 5% Electricity Saving Energy intensity 12% Sudan Palestine Target : 5% By 2020 1st : 2013-2016 ; 2nd : 2017-2020 33% in electricity consumption Jordan NEEAP approved 2013
  16. 16. Bahrain/ Yemen Algeria / Libya/ Syria First draft is almost ready Final draft expected in 2013 Morocco Work in Progress (info needed) There are other Arab countries with ongoing projects whom have yet to join the NEEAP Program like The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar
  17. 17. 18-Nov-13 24

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