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session 3 NEEAP Palestine Draft
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session 3 NEEAP Palestine Draft
session 3 NEEAP Palestine Draft
session 3 NEEAP Palestine Draft
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session 3 NEEAP Palestine Draft

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RCREEE Continues Supporting the Implementation of the Arab EE Guideline …

RCREEE Continues Supporting the Implementation of the Arab EE Guideline
23 November 2011

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  • 1. Euro-MediterraneanEnergy Market Integration Project Germany France Lebanon Draft National Energy Efficiency Action Belgium Plan Palestine Prepared by PEC/PEA with support from Khartoum, 21 November 2011 Dr. Imad Khatib & Mr. Martin Becker (MED-ENEC STE) “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
  • 2. This project is fundedby the European Union
  • 3. This project is fundedby the European Union 3
  • 4. Arab EE National Energy Strategy & Guideline Legislation TA Mandated Entity Targets & Adoption Implementing instruments Measurement & Sector programs & EE Measures verification/RCREEE•National energy end-use •Industries •Article IV: End-Use Energy •measurements and verification efficiency improvement target •Buildings Efficiency in the Public Sector •Top-down according to Arab EE Guideline •Article V: Energy distributors, •Others •Bottom-up distribution systems operators, •Losses and retail energy sale companies •Article VI: Availability of information •Article VII: Available of qualification, accreditation and certificates schemes •Article VIII: Financial instruments for energy conservation •Article IX: Tariff structure of electricity •Article X: Financial resources and funding mechanisms •Article XI: Energy audit studies This project is funded by the European Union
  • 5. Objective of the technical assistance:The overall objective of the TA assignment is tosupport the mandated national entity in preparingthe NEEAP according to the Arab EE Guideline.Support for other related activities such as EE Lawactivities will come later after preparing andadopting the NEEAPTwo Experts Plus National workshop This project is funded by the European Union
  • 6. 1. Overview: Overall national indicative target 1.1 Key indicators No Indicator Unit Year 2010 Year 2020 1 Electricity intensity kWh/US$ 0.90 0.951 2 National end-use electricity consumption GWh 4,749 8,640 GWh 3 Projected electricity consumption growth rate on 6% annual basis 4 Share of electricity in final energy consumption 31% 35%2 5 Share of electricity consumption by sector Sector 1 Industries 9% 427 GWh 11% (950 GWh) 3 Sector 2 Buildings (household, public & 70%4 3,324 GWh 70% (6,048 GWh) Commercial) Sector 3 Others (water pumping, agriculture, 1% 47 GWh 3% (259 GWh) etc.) Sector 4 Losses5 20% 950 GWh 16% (1,383 GWh) 6 Marginal cost of kWh supplied (2011-2013) 1 Based on medium growth scenario for electricity consumption and GDP forecast 2 Phasing out the use of some primary energy sources such as; olive cake, oil, and lubricants as they constitute potential harm to the environment, in addition improvement of socio-economic conditions. 3 A medium development scenario that suggest growth in electricity sales to growing industrial sector. 4 54% is consumed by residential buildings and the rest 20% is consumed by public and commercial buildings including: shopping malls, hotels, schools and nursing homes, hospitals, welfare institutions, higher academic institutions, commercial branches, government ministries and authorities, local authorities and street lightings. 5 Losses (technical and non-technical which is mainly non-collection of dues and stolen electricity) considered as a sector as it “consumes” on average around 20% of the total power.This project is fundedby the European Union 6
  • 7. 1.1 Indicative target National indicative Energy Efficiency target Baseline Consumption Total 2020 2013 (first NEEAP) 3 years GWh/5 years Average1 % GWh % GWhSector 1 370 2% 19 1% 5IndustriesSector 2 2,880 6% 363 1% 38BuildingsSector 3 41 1% 2 0% -OthersSector 4 823 3% 42 1% 11LossesTotal 4,114 5%2 4263 1% 5441 2006-20102 PEA Target identified in the National EE and RE Plan3 Based on medium forecast scenario for electricity consumption growth and it is equivalent to saving MUS$ 64based on current kWh prices of US$ 0.15, and equivalent to 300 thousands tones of CO24 Based on medium forecast for electricity consumption averaged over the period 2011-2013 and it is equivalentto saving MUS$ 8 based on current kWh prices, and reduction of 38 thousands tones of CO2 possibly emitted. This project is funded by the European Union 7
  • 8.   Number of Measures Sector Industries 2 buildings 4 Others 1 Losses 1 Measures for exemplary role of public sector 1 Measures under utility responsibility 4 Measures for power sector 3 Horizontal and Cross-Sectoral measures 7This project is fundedby the European Union 8
  • 9. Initiative (1) Industries Sector Energy Efficiency Management Initiative and pilot projects (ongoing)Objective Reducing the consumption of energy through the promotion of the energy audit in key sectors; in particular the industriesDescription of the measure An ongoing project funded by the French AFD and the French Global Environment Facility and implemented by the PEC team in cooperation with French professional team and a steering committee representing relevant stakeholders’ bodies and experts. The project components entail building the capacity of PEC team through training them on conducting energy audit. Pilot energy auditing is implemented for different industrial premises, in addition to implementing the tool on hotels and hospitals. One of the main components of the project enables raising the awareness of managers and engineers in industries and other public and commercial buildings. This is achieved through presenting energy audit cases implemented in workshops and meetings focusing on the methodology, process, pre and post technical and operational measures, and the benefit reached by applying EE recommendations on both energy consumption and the economical feasibility. It is intended to reach out as many industries as possible to spread the knowledge and strengthen the capacities.Stakeholders involved PEA, PEC, PFI, JDECO, REERU, Ramallah and Al-Biereh Chamber of Commerce (the project steering committee)Target group Industries, hotels, hospitals, etc.Program cost MUS$ 0.15Total resources cost MUS$ 0.15Cost / kWh saved 0.15 US$/kWhReduction of subsidies NASource of funding AFDFinancial instruments Funds provided by AFD and managed by PEC/PEAAwareness  Monitoring and quantification A steering committee chaired by PECof impact This project is funded by the European Union 9
  • 10. Initiative (2) Buildings Sector Design and implement a national campaign for replacing IBL with CFL in residential, public, and commercial buildingsObjective Promoting and encouraging the use of energy savings compact florescent lights (CFL) instead of the widely used incandescent fluorescent bulb lights (IBL) which consumes more energy.Description of the measure Majority of the households, commercial and public buildings have light bulb replacement potentials (CFL instead of the IBL). It could be assumed that in households, an average of 5 bulbs per house is used for an average operation of 5 hours a day. Each bulb has an average of 67.5 Watt (60 and 75 watt) that when replaced by CFL with average 16.5 watt (13 and 20 watt), would mean saving 51 watt on average for each bulb. The result is the decrease in buildings’ purchase of electricity. This initiative seeks to use around 160,000 CFL replacing the IBL. The implementation of the replacement plan will be integrated with financial incentives scheme whereby taxes on CFL will be deduced. In addition incentives on electricity bills could be sought from EDU, and awareness campaigns forming part of the national awareness initiative (4). Profile of each governorate related to electricity consumption and socio-economic conditions will be considered during the implementation of the incentives scheme.Stakeholders involved PEA, MLG, EDU, Municipalities and local governoratesTarget group Households, public and commercialProgram cost MUS$ 0.5Total resources cost MUS$ 0.7Cost / kWh saved 0.03 US$/kWhReduction of subsidies NASource of funding Governmental, EDU, private sectorFinancial instruments Tax deduction of CFL and incentives on electricity bills sought from EDUAwareness Linked to national awareness programMonitoring and quantification PEEC, EDU and Municipalitiesof impact This project is funded by the European Union 10
  • 11. Initiative (1) Losses Sector Rehabilitating and restructuring transmission and distribution networksObjective The rehabilitation of the power transmission and distribution network is essentially needed in order to lower the 20% network power losses. At this stage a 1% power saving is sought targeting the technical losses only.Description of the measure Electricity distribution networks rehabilitation and restructuring is considered a pillar national EE projects as will reduces the high percentage of losses, improves service quality, cuts the cost, preserves the environment, ensures the safety of workers and third parties, and meets the growing demand on electricity. Palestinian urban areas, industrial and commercial areas will be targeted in the first NEEAP period.Stakeholders involved PEA, PETEL, EDU, MunicipalitiesTarget group Districts, Municipalities and village councilsProgram cost MUS$ 1.0Total resources cost MUS$ 1.5Cost / kWh saved 0.136 US$/kWhReduction of subsidies NASource of funding National and InternationalFinancial instruments National and a financial incentive schemeAwareness  Monitoring and PEA, PETEL, EDU, Municipalitiesquantification of impact This project is funded by the European Union 11
  • 12. Thank YouThis project is fundedby the European Union

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