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0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
0125262011 Fadhel kazemi, Tekneen
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  • 1. GCC Countries or State by State Draft District Cooling Utility Acts & Regulations Setting Fair Business Relations AmongThe State, Customers, Developers & Utility Providers Special Presentation for Kuwait District Cooling Summit 2011 Organized by ProMedia Held in Kuwait City 25- 26 Jan 2011 By egr. Fadhel alKazemi 29 Dec ’10. Rev0 Tekneen District Cooling & Utilities KSCC Kuwait
  • 2. Table of Content Description Slide NumberNational Destiny & Purpose 3Create National Will 5District Cooling Network 6State’s Investment Options 7Decision Matrix To Choose Suitable Investment Alternative 8Economic Development Matrix 9Recommended Common Driver 10District Cooling benefits & saving, if applied in Kuwait 2008-15 11Kuwait Electricity Consumption Sector Wise – 2006 12Proposed Fees & Tariffs Guidelines for District Cooling 13Maximizing Competency Using Fossil Energy &Alternative Renewable Energy 14Action Plan to develop GCC Acts & Regulations 15Salient feature of developing regulated policies & legislations 16Note : In the slides where indicated will be shown in the presentation. 2
  • 3. National Destiny & Purpose set by Their Majesties & Royal Highness , the leaders of GCC Countries1 • To reduce Electrical Power Demand, CO2 Emission & Domestic Fossil Fuel Consumption.2 • To increase use of Alternative Renewable Energy in both demand side & supply side.3 • All GCC countries ratified KYOTO Protocol & signed Montreal & Copenhagen Protocols.4 • Effect Mass transit through train & undergrounds to reduce usage of private cars.5 • Transfer GCC to be one of the world’s financial center.6 • Transfer GCC countries as world hub for passenger airlines, freight airlines & marine logistic.7 • GCC countries to provide global industrial & commercial Free Zone Areas.8 • Transfer GCC cities to be home for global companies for offices, conferences & exhibitions.9 • Transfer GCC cities to be touristic area for culture, medical, shopping, recreation & sports.10 • Increase pilgrimage to Mecca & Madina as well as Umraa year around.11 • Transfer many areas in GCC countries to be economic cities & industrial areas.12 • Encourage research & development local & global by universities &research institutions.13 • Contribute world prosperities of developing countries by setting special funds. 3
  • 4. National Destiny & Purpose set by Their Majesties & Royal Highness , the leaders of GCC Countries 1 • To reduce Electrical Power Demand, CO2 Emission & Domestic Fossil Fuel Consumption. 2 • To increase use of Alternative Renewable Energy in both demand side & supply side. 3 • All GCC countries ratified KYOTO Protocol & signed Montreal & Copenhagen Protocols. 4 • Effect Mass transit through train & undergrounds to reduce usage of private cars. 5 • Transfer GCC to be one of the world’s financial center. 6 • Transfer GCC countries as world hub for passenger airlines, freight airlines & marine logistic. 7 • GCC countries to provide global industrial & commercial Free Zone Areas. 8 • Transfer GCC cities to be home for global companies for offices, conferences & exhibitions. 9 • Transfer GCC cities to be touristic area for culture, medical, shopping, recreation & sports. 10 • Increase pilgrimage to Mecca & Madina as well as Umraa year around. 11 • Transfer many areas in GCC countries to be economic cities & industrial areas. 12 • Encourage research & development local & global by universities &research institutions. 13 • Contribute world prosperities of developing countries by setting special funds.Above conclusions been observed by speaker reviewing books, articles, interviews & Summits Communiqués 4
  • 5. National Destiny & Purpose Create National Will to achieve National Purpose set by Their Majesties & Royal Highness , leaders of GCC CountriesSource: Presentation 2nd Middle East District Cooling 2010, Doha 28 Nov 2010 5
  • 6. District cooling is linked to area cooling of buildings mix & usage sectors Referred to as 3rd Party Investors, Utility Provider regulated by legislations Villa Residential Commercial Governmental Educational Health Care Entertainment & Cultural Industrial AgriculturalSource: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 6
  • 7. State’s Investment Options for Executing the District Cooling projects State’s Direct Investment Acquisition by Acquisition by 3rd Party investment Direct Investment Contracting BOOT Method DBO System 20 – 25 Years 5 – 10 Years Brain Storming Decision or Decision Making Matrix Private Public Partnership PPP Private Public Sector SectorSource: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 7
  • 8. Decision Matrix To Choose the Suitable Investment Alternative Acquisition through third Relative State’s party investment BOOT direct weight # Factor investment in M.E.W. The State points 1 The effect of economic multiplier 20 10 5 20 2 Lesser financial risks on the State 15 10 10 20 3 Lesser paid capital and higher finance 10 5 5 15 4 Performance incentives and the 10 5 5 15 employees profits participation 5 Investment in researches & development 10 5 0 10 6 Purchasing franchises or patents 10 5 2 10 7 Work outside the State of Kuwait 10 5 0 10 Total 85 45 27 100 The Suitable Investment alternative based on the decision matrix Working under the umbrella of Private Public Partnership Acquisition by 3rd Party Investment BOOT MethodSource: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 8
  • 9. National Purpose Economic Centered Developments Develop Competency & Global Competition capabilities Attractive Investment opportunities for local and foreign funds Entities & Domestic competition companies capable and reducing Effect government planning role and of planning & speculation and monitoring the plans execution monopoly Modern, supportive Provide information Develop Effects Laws with and attractive & economical Acts& sovereign court infrastructure indicators Regulation system Empower national workforce to be competitive, performance & economically. Competency based in Education & Training and encourage national human resources availability ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MATRIXSource: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 9
  • 10. Recommended common driver to be agreed on by ministries within each GCC state to circulate the application of District Cooling in their respective states Economic Driver 1 Reduce State’s initial capital project investments 2 3 Reduce substantially electricity Lower domestic oil consumption subsidies by respective states as fuel substantially Environmental Driver 4 Reduce CO2 emission & gases affecting the Ozone Social Driver 5 Enhance work opportunities for the nationals and reduce substantially demand on expatriate workers for building maintenance 6 Possibilities of using Thermal Storage Tanks for state of emergency & backup for fire fighting servicesSource: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 10
  • 11. District Cooling benefits & saving, if applied in Kuwait 2008-15 70% Of peak electrical load produced in Kuwait is used for comfort cooling Reduce peak electrical loads at peak hour by 20% 1 Of the new reduced DC peak electric load as per Point 3 & Point 5 Reduce initial investments to generate, transmit & distribute electricity 2 USD 7,565 million for the period 3 Reduce total electricity consumption by 32% 13 million megawatts/hour for the period Reduce state electricity subsidy 4 by USD 1,196million for the period 5 Reduce peak electrical load for comfort cooling by 46% i.e. 3542 megawatts for the period 6 Reduce electrical consumption for comfort cooling by 44% i.e. 7,028,013 megawatts/hour for the period Reduce oil consumption as fuel by 35 million barrels 7 For the period i.e. saving USD 5,304 million for the period * Reduce CO2 Emission 12.34 Million Tons 8 for same period Preserve about 3.4 million KG of cooling gases affecting 9 Ozone Layer by 2016 Note - * The barrel price was calculated at USD 60Source: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 11
  • 12. Kuwait as sample for Electricity Consumption Sector Wise – 2006Note :-Villa & Residential sector constitute 60%of electricity consumptions and must beincorporated in District Cooling area ofcoverage & also should satisfy demand Source: Dr. Najy Al Motairi – KISR, Kuwaitof KYOTO Protocol. 12
  • 13. Proposed Fees & Tariffs Guidelines for District Cooling sector wise in GCC Countries 1 2 Annual subsidy will be effected for residential Least financial burden on nationals entitled for sector only housing welfare 3 4 Financial incentives based on performance Financial incentive will be given to customers will be paid to investor year by year not receiving any subsidy Tariffs & fees based on Residential Commercial Govt. Agri. Industrial Globally practiced 3-Tier Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Connection tariff KD/Ton (Paid Once) Annual consumption tariff KD/Ton/Hour Annual service charge KD/Ton Govt. No No No With 15% internal rate of Owner 50% Subsidy 70% Support Support Support returnNote: The State will do the pipe distribution for villa/housing area & charge Utility Provider 1.5%Source: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 13
  • 14. Maximizing competency in using fossil energy & alternative renewable energy • Maximize competency in generation & utilization of energy. Minimize fossil fuel & maximize alternative renewable energy in both demand side & supply side of energy. • Implementation of integration of infrastructure to include productions of electricity in new cities, allowing exchange of power between the city energy production & the national power grid to be utilized incase of emergency on both side. • Where possible to provide oil or natural gas fuel, recommend in industrial complexes, oil facilities or commercial projects will produce their own electricity integrated with own infrastructure services, where possible give incentives to use renewable energy & provide exchange with national grids through buy & sell protocol or for emergency requirement.Source: Study of Methods of Energy Saving By Using the District Cooling in The State of Kuwait 2007-08 14
  • 15. IDEA International District Energy Association Goals• Facilitate networking and exchange of information among members.• Enhance educational opportunities for district energy professionals.• Assist members in marketing the benefits of district energy services.• Secure favorable policies, legislation and regulations for district energy. Propose action plan to develop GCC Acts & Regulations For District Cooling & District EnergyGCC District Cooling companies, members of IDEA to agree on a meeting tobe held in one of the GCC cities, form a committee to select a capablereputable consultant well experienced in District Cooling to draft proposal : GCC Acts & Regulations For District Cooling & District EnergyThe proposed draft will be sent to IDEA for review as well as will be sent tostate by state to government departments likely to be of interests toregulate District Cooling application in the state & would be potentiallyactive in the regulation committee in local state level or national GCC level. 15
  • 16. Salient feature of developing regulated policies & legislations1. Any regulating policies & legislations such as Acts, Regulations & Statutories or any contracts shall be based on fair contract fundamental between the parties and at no circumstances to be developed on partial or one sided.2. The policies & legislations to encourage use of thermal storage system & alternative renewable energy and to allow integration of infrastructures and power generation on district or city basis.3. Regulations to include reference to reputable codes such as ASHRAE , latest technology & up to-date best technical & business practices relating to District Cooling or District Energy systems.4. Encourage research & developments. Encourage District Cooling or District Energy Utility Provider to invest in new technologies & systems which will lower kw/Ton.5. Possibly the States will issue legislation from time to time to set up tariff & fees per sectors by which it will be a criteria for bidders or concession seekers to invest in District Cooling systems.6. In the study made for Kuwait, the consortium highly recommended to use thermal storage tanks to support fire fighting efforts & in case of national emergency or god forbidden natural disasters. 16
  • 17. Acknowledgement Energy Saving Study by using District Cooling Methodology in The State of KuwaitSponsored and Financed By: Kharafi National Company KSCC and Kazema Engineering Projects WLL Study consortium: SSH, Kuwait University, KISR, Wataniya Environmental Services Company Thank You Participants & Organizer Kuwait District Cooling Summit 2011 FADHEL ALKAZEMI CEO, Tekneen District Cooling & Utilities KSCC Tekneen District Cooling & Utilities KSCC P.O. Box 26528 Safat, 13126 Kuwait Tel: 24721155 Ext: 2304 Fax: 24721199 E-mail: info@tekneen.com 17
  • 18. Q &A 18

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