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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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    session 5 Regulation&certification of energy_service_providers(article7) session 5 Regulation&certification of energy_service_providers(article7) Presentation Transcript

    • Euro-MediterraneanEnergy Market Integration Project Germany France Lebanon Regulation and certification of energy Belgium service providers (Article 7) Khartoum, 22 November 2011 Ammar Al-Taher MED-EMIP “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
    • Chapter 4: Article 7Technical competence, objectivity & reliability Governments to ensure the availability of appropriate qualifications, accreditation and certification schemes for the: providers of energy services, energy audits and energy efficiency improvement schemes. This project is funded by the European Union
    • Chapter 2: Article 3Annex B provides samples for eligible measures for the differentsectors such as:Energy auditsEnergy engineersEnergy Performance contracting This project is funded by the European Union
    • Chapter 3: Article 4 Exemplary role of the public sectorIt requires each government to make sure that the public sector: is under this Guideline. Sample measures are listed in annex B select two mandatory measures from a list in Annex C, requiring energy-efficient public procurement, energy audits, energy performance contracting,…. This project is funded by the European Union
    • Chapter 1 Purpose and scope of workArticle I: Purpose(B)Creating the appropriate conditions for the development and promotionof a market for energy services in addition to the delivery of other necessarymeasures to improve energy efficiency to end-users.Article II: Scope of work:providers of services to improve energy efficiency,energy suppliers, energy distribution systems operators, energy sellingcompanies,and energy end-users, This project is funded by the European Union 5
    • Chapter 4: Article 5 Energy distributors do one or more of the following: 1. Offer competitively priced energy services to customers 2. Offer their customers competitively priced energy audits, and/or energy efficiency improvements 3. Make equivalent finance to delivering the above available to fund energy audits This project is funded by the European Union
    • Chapter 4: Article 10Financial resources & mechanisms Governments to make available the required financial resources to support and implements it energy efficiency programs and other measures for promoting energy efficiency as well as improving the market for energy efficiency services (i.e. energy efficiency subsidy funds) Governments to ensure the availability of efficient, high-quality energy audit schemes that can be carried out in an independent manner by ESCOs and Distribution Co. These should identify energy efficiency improvement measures This project is funded by the European Union
    • Energy Managers / Engineers Job Description:  Energy Data Collection and Analysis  Energy Purchasing Supervision  Energy Conservation Project Evaluation  Energy Project Implementation  Communications and Public Relations  Reporting Qualification:  Education  Specialization  Experience  Training Certification This project is funded by the European Union 8
    • This project is fundedby the European Union 9
    • This project is fundedby the European Union 10
    •   Levels and Concepts of Energy Service Providers *1 The service provider (SP) conducts an energy audit against a fixed fee. Delivers a report with recommendations and pulls out.2 The SP conducts an energy audit as in case 1. In addition obvious causes of energy waste are immediately fixed if low cost or quick solutions are available.3 The SP as in case 1 conducts an energy audit and details recommendations by an investment grade report (IGR) that may also include engineering design.4 The SP as in case 3 goes beyond an energy audit and prepares an IGR. In addition SP assists in establishing an improved data collection, recording and analysis system.5 As in case 5, but the performance contract has a clause about guaranteed savings.6  7 SP provides complete engineering design for recommendations and invests under a performance contract.8 Contract for delivery of energy based on a true ESCO model.9 Vendor ESCO, selling equipment under a high energy efficiency label. Almost all sell equipment under a guaranteed performance or annual energy saving liable. Vendors who do not sell but lease, or even operate their own equipment are rare.. * ESCO Business in India. Lost opportunity or risky business proposition, A.Kaupp, GTZ Senior Advisor, October 2001 This project is funded by the European Union 11
    • Energy Auditors Sector Specific Access to instruments Qualification Certification Contract contents (template) Energy Audit report content (template) This project is funded by the European Union 12
    • This project is fundedby the European Union 13
    • Energy Performance Contracting Qualifications Access to instruments Contracts (template) Monitoring & verification protocols Certification This project is funded by the European Union 14
    • This project is fundedby the European Union 15
    • Options for our region1. We do one training / certification at a time using different service providers /content for each event and each country. This approach is a business as usual non sustainable scenario which I, in the last 20 years, resulted in nothing.2. We introduce an existing program such as the European Energy Manager training program or CEM of the association of Energy Engineers  hoping that RCREEE and other will become regional/national certified providers. This approach can be useful in the short term and perceived prestigious from participants and the beneficiary countries. It might be expensive to maintain in the long run.3. To build our own curricula in the three languages with local regional case studies, test banks as some kind of a regional training/certification program. This approach is the most difficult but most sustainable. We end up having our own affordable regional training and certification programs that also creates a regional market. This project is funded by the European Union 16
    • Energy Efficiency Certification Program?As a start MED-ENEC is going to do a Survey for such programs in Arab and European Countries and propose a regional delivery mechanism This project is funded by the European Union 17
    • Thank YouThis project is fundedby the European Union