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CTI Industry Joint Seminar: Prospects for Energy
Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies
in CIS countries - Practical approaches to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency - Dr. Marianne Osterkorn, REEEP

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  • 1. CTI Industry Joint Seminar: Prospects for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in CIS countries Kiev, 27 – 28 September 2007 Practical approaches to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Marianne Osterkorn REEEP International Director
  • 2. REEEP – Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership 1. REEEP is a global private public partnership launched by the UK government at the WSSD 2. REEEP currently comprises more than 224 partners representing 38 governments, businesses and NGOs all committed to accelerating the uptake of renewable energy and energy efficiency 3. REEEP is funded by the EU and 11 governments: Austria, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, US, and UK, the major donor of REEEP
  • 3. REEEP Partners are businesses, the G7 countries, NGOs, Brazil, SA, Mexico and developing countries Currently more than 224 partners: • 38 Governments • International organizations, NGOs and companies
  • 4. REEEP is a Partnership for Delivery 1. REEEP acts as a facilitator and enabler and is profiled as a change agent towards clean energy systems 2. REEEP aims to reduce market barriers for renewables and energy efficiency systems in transition and developing countries 3. REEEP believes in action on the ground via project activities that are targeted on policy improvements and innovative finance mechanisms 4. REEEP is recognized in the international political arena - G8, UNFCC, APEC
  • 5. REEEP delivers value via Regional Secretariats REEEP Regional Office REEEP International Russia REEEP Regional Office Secretariat North America REEEP Regional Office Central Europe REEEP Regional Office REEEP Regional Office Latin America & East Asia Caribbean REEEP Local Focal Point MEDREP REEEP Regional Office South Asia REEEP West Africa Focal Point REEEP Regional Office South East Asia & Pacific REEEP Regional Office Africa
  • 6. Energy Efficiency and RES are the most important emission reduction measures in the future Source: IEA Energy Outlook 2006
  • 7. The global aim must be to decouple economic growth from energy consumption Source: IEA
  • 8. A significant potential for improvements in energy efficiency is in transition countries Source: IEA Energy Technology, 2005
  • 9. As the Danish example shows, the most impact can be achieved by combining RES and EE measures PJ Index 1980 = 100 120 180 100 160 80 140 60 120 40 100 20 80 0 60 1980 '85 '90 '95 '00 '05 1980 '85 '90 '95 '00 '05 Wind Straw Wood Biogas GDP, 2000 Prices Wastes Heat Pumps Gross Energy Consumption, Adjusted ...while at the same time the production Between 1980 and 2005 increased energy of energy from renewable energy efficiency in the industry and buildings sources increased tremendously sectors lead to a decoupling of energy consumption and GDP growth... Source: Danish Energy Authority
  • 10. The total REEEP project portfolio is well balanced in terms of thematic and sectoral objectives Energy Efficiency 43% Finance 49% Renewable Energy Policy 57% 51%
  • 11. REEEP is currently undertaking 68 projects in 39 countries 5 1 4 17 1 1 2 1 9 1 2 1 3 16 2 2 2 1 1 21 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 5 14 1 3 2 2 1 1 13 2
  • 12. REEEP quot;energy efficiency basketquot; contains a range of activities carried out jointly with other players 40 Regional projects currently address energy efficiency 3 Workshops in EE in buildings 1 EE Investment forum Global Review on Energy Efficiency in 2008 Host of the Energy Efficiency Coalition
  • 13. Government actions are invaluable to overcome major barriers to energy efficiency implementation Improved institutional capacity and ownership Proactive governmental leadership Implementation of effective policies and regulations at all levels Availability of incentives (such as tax reductions, subsidies) and access to finance Introduction of simple and transparent administrative procedures
  • 14. Removal of Residential Energy Efficiency Barriers Assessment of energy saving potentials in residential areas (the project saving over 1000 MWh/year) 7 cities in 5 countries (Armenia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Poland, Ukraine) Case studies on major barriers to residential EE measures and recommendations to key stakeholders in municipalities Can serve as a model for municipalities in other transition countries
  • 15. Building Energy Efficiency Codes in Russia and Kazakhstan Increased energy efficiency in new and renovated buildings has reduced CO2 emissions by 9.5 million t to date Development of improved building codes and compliance manuals Training of leading building officials on best practices in code enforcement as well as efficient building technologies
  • 16. Compiling RES Legislation for Kazakhstan Utilization of the large RES potential especially wind, hydro and geothermal energy Development of a draft RES legislation Propose a schedule for implementation of a national programme for renewable energy development Draft legislation actively discussed in the parliament and approval is expected
  • 17. Create a replicable financing model for the use of ESCOs for energy efficiency solutions in Tamil Nadu Increase significant water supply through improvements in water infrastructure Create a replicable ESCO model which will facilitate investments and provide training to the involved stakeholders in the state of Tamil Nadu Assistance in financing to implement energy efficiency projects on the water supply systems of 45 towns with possibility of scaling up to 150 Case studies and tool kits to enable other states to replicate the financing approach
  • 18. Business Model Development for Biogas Electric power generation In China Facilitate capture and use of 20 million tons of Methane CO2e produced annually by China’s 7500 live-stock farms Increase Investment in biogas by introducing innovative technology, good management practices and CDM regime Develop a business model to accelerate the construction and integration of large scale biogas digester technology in China Produce a comprehensive biogas to power Source: Biogas.org business plan and hand book for project development
  • 19. Efficiency Power Plant (EPP) Implementation in Jiangsu, China Achieve in Jiangsu energy savings equivalent of a 150 MW power plant - virtual power plant EPP and emission reduction of 2 m t per year Develop a DSM manual, a monitoring and verification protocol and detailed EPP design and implementation in two of Chinese TOP 1000 enterprise energy efficiency programme Expected to contribute to China’s national energy intensity target of 20% reduction by 2010
  • 20. Energy Efficiency Coalition - aims to make energy efficiency the mainstream A REEEP initiative and driven by the industry - will comprise of a wide group of relevant stakeholders in energy efficiency Global approach with focus on OECD and Plus Five countries sustainable platform which increases advocacy for EE and helps to bridge the gap between quot;talkingquot; and implementation Coalition will be launched at COP 13 end of 2007
  • 21. Marianne Moscoso-Osterkorn REEEP International Secretariat Vienna International Centre Vienna, Austria Marianne.Osterkorn@reeep.org +43 1 26026 3425 www.reeep.org www.reegle.info