Voluntary Energy Efficiency Agreements in
Finland
STEP Thematic Seminar
21 March 2014 Limerick, Ireland
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy
Energy Conservation Agreements 1997–2007
Energy Efficiency Agreements 2008 - 2016...
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENTS FOR OIL
SECTOR – HÖYLÄ III
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEME...
Energy Efficiency Agreement and
Programme in Municipal Sector 2008 –
2016
MEE – Association – Motiva
FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT
M...
Continuous Improvement
– a Key Element in Agreements
Energy Efficiency Management System
5. Management review
4. Surveilla...
Obligations of a Party Joining the Agreement
• Implementation of the Energy Efficiency Management System
• in energy inten...
Benefits of Joining the Agreement
• Improved Energy Efficiency
• Decrease in Energy Costs
• Less Environmental Impacts
• S...
Establishing a Successful
Energy Efficiency Agreement Scheme
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 9
Establishing a Successful Energy Efficiency
Agreement Scheme
• What is the timeline?
• Who are the key players?
• What kin...
Key Players and Their Responsibilities
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 11
AUTHORITY
• large scale aims, big pictu...
New
LTA
4
Evaluation
3
Implementation
2
Negotiation
1
Initiation
0
Scanning
Time-frame 12-18 months Time-frame 3…5…9… year...
Successful Elements of a Long-term Agreement
(LTA)
Good communication
• between authorities and industrial associations
• ...
Successful Elements in a Long-term Agreement
(LTA)
Efficient monitoring and reporting
• needed to prove the effectiveness ...
Successful Elements of a Long-term Agreement
Combining with existing activities
• administration / participant
• energy au...
Main Barriers and Weaknesses
• Uncertainty in government policies
• Uncertainties in target-setting and cost-effectiveness...
Interim Results 2008 – 2012
Industries Municipalities Property and Building
Sector
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva O...
21 March 2014
Energy Efficiency Agreements 2008-2016
Agreement with Finnish industries:
• Covers now about 80% of the tota...
Annual Impact of Implemented Measures
Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector
• savings in heating energy a...
Realised Energy Savings
Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 21...
Energy Efficiency Investments
Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva...
Investment Subsidies Granted
Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva ...
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1,204
1,623
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800
1,000
1,200
1,400
1,600
1,800
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Volumes of Energy Audited Service Sector
Buildings
21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 26
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www.energyefficiencyagreements.fi
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  1. 1. Voluntary Energy Efficiency Agreements in Finland STEP Thematic Seminar 21 March 2014 Limerick, Ireland
  2. 2. 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy Energy Conservation Agreements 1997–2007 Energy Efficiency Agreements 2008 - 2016 • Voluntary, no legislative obligations • A flexible tool to implement national energy and climate strategy and some EU policies related to the energy efficiency • An alternative and complementary means for regulation and taxes • Benefits for companies and other organisations to join agreements • Flexible, target oriented and systematic procedure to improve energy efficiency and to save in costs • Possibility to prove energy efficiency to environmental authorities • Energy audits and energy efficiency investments for those joined the agreement scheme are subsidised by the government • Sites and organisations report annually their energy efficiency actions 3
  3. 3. 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENTS FOR OIL SECTOR – HÖYLÄ III ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENT AND ENERGY PROGRAMME FOR MUNICIPAL SECTOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENTS FOR BUSINESS SECTOR 2008-2016 INDUSTRY SERVICES ENERGY SECTOR MUNICIPALITIES JOINT MUNICIPALITIES DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUID HEATING AND TRANSPORT FUELS OIL HEATED BUILDINGS ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENTS FOR PROPERTY AND BUILDING SECTOR 2010-2016 HOUSING PROPERTIES COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENTS FOR TRANSPORT SECTOR GOODS TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS PUBLIC TRANSPORT ENERGY PROGRAMME FOR FINNISH FARMS 2010-2016 FARMS Voluntary Energy Efficiency Agreements 2008 – 2016 4
  4. 4. Energy Efficiency Agreement and Programme in Municipal Sector 2008 – 2016 MEE – Association – Motiva FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT Municipalities Joint Municipalities Municipalities over 20 000 inhabitants Joint municipalities over 20 000 MWh/a Municipality’s ACCESSION DOCUMENT ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME (KEO) Cities Motiva’s PARTICIPANT REGISTER Municipality* joins MEE – City/Municipality/Joint municipality ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENT (KETS) Municipalities 5 000–20 000 inhabitants Joint municipalities 5 000–20 000 MWh/a can choose between Agreement or Programme ENERGY EFFICIENCY AGREEMENT (KETS) Signed by Municipality* Signed by MEE ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMME (KEO) AGREEMENTSCHEME Municipalities Joint Municipalities Cities Municipalities over 5 000 inhabitants Joint municipalities over 5 000 MWh/a *also a City or a Joint municipality 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 5
  5. 5. Continuous Improvement – a Key Element in Agreements Energy Efficiency Management System 5. Management review 4. Surveillance and remedial action 1. Energy policy 2. Planning 3. Implementation and execution Plan → Do → Check → Act -principal 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 6
  6. 6. Obligations of a Party Joining the Agreement • Implementation of the Energy Efficiency Management System • in energy intensive industry and power production • Setting targets • Energy audits and analyses • Implementation of the Energy Conservation Plan • Energy conservation investments • Energy efficiency in all investments and procurements • Development of follow-up system for energy consumption • Training of employees • Communication – internal and external • Annual reporting 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 7
  7. 7. Benefits of Joining the Agreement • Improved Energy Efficiency • Decrease in Energy Costs • Less Environmental Impacts • Subsidies for Energy Audits and Energy Efficiency Investments • Verification of Energy Efficiency for Environmental Permits • Better Public Image → Competitiveness Increases 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 8
  8. 8. Establishing a Successful Energy Efficiency Agreement Scheme 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 9
  9. 9. Establishing a Successful Energy Efficiency Agreement Scheme • What is the timeline? • Who are the key players? • What kind of an agreement? • What are the important steps of the implementation? • How to monitor the results? 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 10
  10. 10. Key Players and Their Responsibilities 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 11 AUTHORITY • large scale aims, big picture • goals for agreements • development • legislation • EU directive interfaces • financial incentives • evaluation SECTOR ASSOCIATION • goals for sector agreements • development • marketing, motivation • monitoring, reporting • participation in reporting • co-operation forums • guidance, training PARTICIPANT / COMPANY • goals for company • energy use scan, audits • saving measures • energy monitoring • training of staff • reporting • co-operation • development of own performance AGENCY / OPERATOR • monitoring system development & operation • database, classification of data • data collection, processing, evaluation • reporting • guidance, training • marketing, motivation CONSULTANTS, ENERGY AUDITORS ESCOs 11
  11. 11. New LTA 4 Evaluation 3 Implementation 2 Negotiation 1 Initiation 0 Scanning Time-frame 12-18 months Time-frame 3…5…9… years Development of financial incentives Upkeep & developmentDevelopment of monitoring system Visual image design MarketingGeneral marketing Marketing of new LTA Information dissemination Support to participating companies Development and pilot projects New projects Timetable set LTA signed Evaluation Go/no-go decision for new LTA Go/no-go decision Timeline of an Energy Efficiency Agreement Source: IEE EU-LTA Uptake 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 12
  12. 12. Successful Elements of a Long-term Agreement (LTA) Good communication • between authorities and industrial associations • associations represent their members • co-operation, open discussion Simple administration • low costs without risking quality • better cost-effectiveness • different targets or even LTAs for energy intensive industry and SMEs • learning by doing Motivating targets • financial incentives are needed to motivate participating companies • challenging company-specific targets • precisely phrased commitments 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 13
  13. 13. Successful Elements in a Long-term Agreement (LTA) Efficient monitoring and reporting • needed to prove the effectiveness of the LTA • resources for developing, maintaining & running • good guidelines and strict deadlines are needed • web-based tool makes reporting easier • good quality of input data is essential Support to participants • from association or operator • financial support - direct or indirect • marketing, reporting • advice, tools, best practices, working groups… • development projects ! 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 14
  14. 14. Successful Elements of a Long-term Agreement Combining with existing activities • administration / participant • energy auditing, energy management • existing energy efficiency subsidy schemes • “LTA puts energy efficiency on the agenda” Personal enthusiasm • key player representatives & participating companies • faith, commitment, expertise, communication skills 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 15
  15. 15. Main Barriers and Weaknesses • Uncertainty in government policies • Uncertainties in target-setting and cost-effectiveness • Lack of knowledge and tools • Limited resources in administration • Limited resources in participating companies • Confidentiality risks • Heavy reporting 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 16
  16. 16. Interim Results 2008 – 2012 Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 17
  17. 17. 21 March 2014 Energy Efficiency Agreements 2008-2016 Agreement with Finnish industries: • Covers now about 80% of the total use of energy in Finnish industry • Energy intensive industry • Almost 100% of the energy use • Energy production • More than 95% of electricity production • Small and middle sized companies (food, chemistry, plastic, wood, technology) • Depending on a sector: 35–70% of the energy use Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 19
  18. 18. Annual Impact of Implemented Measures Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector • savings in heating energy and fuels 5.85 TWh • electricity savings 2.25 TWh • savings in energy costs €344 million • carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reduced nearly by 2.5 million tonnes The savings equal to 2.1 % of Finland’s total energy consumption (378 TWh in 2012) 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 20
  19. 19. Realised Energy Savings Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 21 7% IN OTHER SECTORS: - Municipal Sector - Energy Service Sector - Property & Building Sector - Private Service Sector 73% INDUSTR Y 20% ENERGY PRODUCTI ON
  20. 20. Energy Efficiency Investments Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 22 10% OTHER SECTORS: - Energy Service Sector - Property & Building Sector - Private Service Sector 46% INDUST RY 34% ENERGY PRODUCTION 10% MUNICIPAL SECTOR
  21. 21. Investment Subsidies Granted Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 23 25 72 151 304 434 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Investointituki, sopimusyritykset ja -yhteisöt yhteensä Investointitukihankkeiden lukumäärä, sopimusyritykset ja -yhteisöt yhteensä Investment subsidies Number of Sites Million € Cumulative
  22. 22. 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 24 121 414 832 1,204 1,623 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Energiakatselmustuki, sopimusyritykset ja -yhteisöt yhteensä (kumulatiivinen) Energiakatselmuskohteiden lukumäärä, sopimusyritykset ja -yhteisöt yhteensä (kumulatiivinen) Million € Cumulative Subsidies Number of Sites Number of Energy Audits Launched and Subsidies Granted in Total Industries Municipalities Property and Building Sector
  23. 23. Volumes of Energy Audited Service Sector Buildings 21 March 2014 Irmeli Mikkonen, Motiva Oy 26 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Milllion m3 MunicipalitiesPrivate Service Sector
  24. 24. www.energyefficiencyagreements.fi
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