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The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
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The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations
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The iea’s 25 energy efficiency policy recommendations

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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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  • 1. © OECD/IEA 2013Energy Efficiency RoundtableThe IEA’s 25 Energy Efficiency Policy Recommendations15 April 2013Sara Bryan PasquierProgramme Manager, Energy EfficiencyInternational Energy Agency
  • 2. © OECD/IEA 2013The IEA’s 25 energy efficiencypolicy recommendations Developed through dialogue with political leaders Launched at the 2008 Hokkaido G8 meeting Grounded in the IEA’s work on climate change andenergy efficiency A flexible vehicle for policy dissemination A clear package for decision makers Strong ‘brand’ and awareness Strong IEA country buy-in Conductive to tracking progress Recently updated to reflect implementation progressand new opportunities
  • 3. © OECD/IEA 2013More about the recommendations Endorsed by G8 Leaders: “we will maximize implementation of the IEA 25recommendations on energy efficiency." Selected based on: Potential for large, low-cost energy savings Ability to overcome market imperfections or barriers Ability to address gaps in existing policy Potential political support Broadly applicable (developed and developingeconomies alike)
  • 4. © OECD/IEA 201325 Energy Efficiency Policy RecommendationsAcross 7 Priority AreasCross sectoral1. Energy efficiency data collection and indicators2. Strategies and action plans;3. Competitive energy markets with appropriateregulation;4. Private investment in energy efficiency5. Monitoring, enforcement and evaluation of policiesand measures.Buildings6. Mandatory building energy codes and minimumenergy performance requirements;7. Aiming for net zero energy consumption inbuildings;8. Improving the energy efficiency of existingbuildings;9. Building energy labels or certificates;10. Improved energy performance of buildingcomponents and systems.3. Appliances and Equipment11. Mandatory MEPS and labels for appliances andequipment;12. Test standards and measurement protocols forappliances and equipment13. Market transformation policies for appliances andequipmentLighting14. Phase-out of inefficient lighting productsand systems;15. Energy efficient lighting systemsTransport16. Mandatory vehicle fuel efficiency standards;17. Measure to improve vehicle fuel efficiency;18. Fuel-efficient non-engine components19. Improved vehicle operational efficiencythrough Eco-driving and other measures .20. Transport system efficiencyIndustry21. Energy Management in industry;22. High efficiency industrial equipment andsystems;23. Energy efficiency services for small andmedium enterprises;24. Complementary policies to supportindustrial energy efficiencyUtilities and end-use25. Energy Utilities and end-use energyefficiency.
  • 5. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 6. © OECD/IEA 2013Monitoring, Verification andEnforcementMVE activities ensure the integrity of energy requirements byminimizing non-compliance.859095100National WA TAS VIC SA QLD NSW ACT%ofcompliance200120042009
  • 7. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 8. © OECD/IEA 20136. Mandatory Building Codes and MEPs• Lower the U-Values(Measurement of the rate of heat lossthrough a material)• Minimum Energyrequirements (Standards)• Air tightness
  • 9. © OECD/IEA 20138.Improved energy efficiency in existingbuildings• Building Codes (France)• Mandatory Energy Performance Certificates (the EU)• Financial mechanisms• Awareness programs• Public procurement (the EU)•Minimum energy performance requirements ???
  • 10. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 11. © OECD/IEA 201311. Mandatory Energy PerformanceRequirements or Labels Energy performancerequirements (Standards)and Labels – a proven cost-effective policy tool Cornerstone: mandatory regulations S & L combination Must regularly updaterequirements in line withinternational best practices
  • 12. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 13. © OECD/IEA 201314. Phase out of inefficient lightingsystems CFLs use ¼ the electricityof incandescent lamps forthe same amount of light. Since 2007, all IEAcountries and many othersare in the process ofphasing-out incandescentlamps. Global savings potential of5.5% of all electricity &500Mt CO2 is currentlyhalf way towards beingachieved.Overall efficiency of anincandescent lamp = 2%
  • 14. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 15. © OECD/IEA 2013Car ownership will soar innon-OECD countriesPLDV ownership in selected markets in the New Policies ScenarioStarting from a very low base, car ownership in non-OECD countries is set togrow considerably, driven by China. The extent of growth will determine futureoil demand.201020350100200300400500600700800UnitedStatesEuropeanUnionChina India MiddleEastWorldVehiclesperthousandpeople
  • 16. © OECD/IEA 201316. Mandatory Fuel Efficiency Standardsfor Light and Heavy-duty Vehicles• Introduce and strengthen Fuel Economy standards for vehicles• Harmonise vehicle fuel efficiency test methods across countriesSource: JARI
  • 17. © OECD/IEA 201317. Encourage demand for fuel efficientvehicles• Vehicle fuel economylabels• Progressive vehicletaxes (engine size orfuel economy)• Infrastructure andincentives for low CO2-emitting vehicles (electricand CNG vehicles)Source:US DoESource: UKDepartmentof Transport
  • 18. © OECD/IEA 201318. Fuel-efficient non-enginecomponentsFuel efficient tyres can reduce a motor vehicle’s fuelconsumption by as much as 5%.
  • 19. © OECD/IEA 201319. Eco-drivingEco-driving has the potential to reduce fuelconsumption by around 10%.
  • 20. © OECD/IEA 201320. Improve transport system efficiency
  • 21. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 22. © OECD/IEA 20131973 2008 2035The industrial sector accounts for a third global total finalconsumption. This share has remained quite stable.Industry will continue to be the largest energy consuming sector
  • 23. © OECD/IEA 2013 Role of energy management systems- Enable continuous energyperformance improvement Role of energy managementprogrammes- Overcome barriers and provideguidance and support for theimplementation processISO 50001 has now established internationalstandards for energy management21. Energy management in industry
  • 24. © OECD/IEA 201323. Energy efficiency services for smalland medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)1. Capacity and audits2. Information and tools3. Access to financeNot all countries are supporting SMEs in implementingenergy efficiency actions. A holistic/package approachis needed.
  • 25. © OECD/IEA 2013
  • 26. © OECD/IEA 2013IEA’s energy efficiency policyrecommendations for energy utilities Provide a level playing filed for energy efficiencyand energy supply options in resourceprocurement and wholesale markets; Oblige energy providers to deliver cost-effectiveenergy efficiency to end-users; Require energy customers be provided withcost-reflective pricing and other informationthey need to manage their energy use; and Consider utilizing revenues from end-use energyconsumption to fund energy efficiency
  • 27. © OECD/IEA 2013 Intra-Governmental(Horizontal) Inter-Governmental(Vertical)Cooperation across levels ofgovernment, includingnational, regional and localgovernment entitiesCooperation among nationalgovernment ministries andagenciesOne Several ManyUsefulhorizontalcoordinationInternalcoordinationInter-agencyagreementsCoordinatingcommitteesNumber of institutions with energy efficiency responsibilitiesOne Several ManyUsefulverticalcoordinationPartnerships DemonstrationsProgrammatic(Block Grants)Levels of Government or number of Government EntitiesCoordination Mechanisms

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