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Luvuyo Njovane Reporting Requirements NCPC Conference 2017

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Luvuyo Njovane Reporting Requirements NCPC Conference 2017

  1. 1. Industrial Energy Conference 2017 Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town 15 September 2017 Luvuyo Njovane
  2. 2. The South African National Energy Efficiency Strategy (NEES) (2005)  The South African National Energy Efficiency Strategy (NEES) (2005) clearly defines the sectors that are considered a priority for the Government. These are:  Industrial and mining,  Commercial,  Public building,  Residential, and  Transport. 2
  3. 3. The South African National Energy Efficiency Strategy (NEES) (2005) 3 Reduction of National Energy Demand of 12% by 2015 Industrial & Mining Sector Final demand reduction of 15% by 2015 Commercial & Public Building Sector Final demand reduction of 15% by 2015 Residential Building Sector Final demand reduction of 10% by 2015 Transport Sector Final demand reduction of 9% by 2015
  4. 4. Processes & partners for filling data gaps Residential Conducting household energy survey Industry & mining Obtaining company level data from energy intensive firms and facilities Commercial & public Collecting building-level data on energy use, floor area, energy-intensive equipment
  5. 5. HOW EETMS WORKS • Decomposition analysis breaks down observed changes in energy consumption into component parts that are attributable to: • Changes in overall level of activity • Structural changes • Efficiency changes • For the industrial sector, changes in the share of a particular sub-sector could be treated in an analogous way to structural changes • At each level of analysis, data is required on activity and on energy consumption for each of the main sub-divisions of that level
  6. 6. Industry & mining sector analysis • Top-down decomposition analysis possible down to the level of the main sub-sectors: • Metals & machinery • Chemicals & petrochemicals • Non-metallic minerals • Pulp, paper & wood products • Food, drink & tobacco • Transport equipment • Textiles & leather • Construction • Other / non-specified • Detailed facility-level data also allowed a limited bottom-up analysis for 2010-12 period only
  7. 7. Industry & mining sector results: efficiency trends -10.% -5.% 0.% 5.% 10.% 15.% 20.% 25.% 30.% 35.% 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Cumulativeenergyefficiencyimprovement relativeto2000baseline
  8. 8. Industry & mining sector: overview of bottom-up analysis • Data on energy consumption and physical output obtained from 66 facilities and firms in the most energy intensive mining and manufacturing sub- sectors • Coverage (in terms of fraction of total energy consumption) represents: • about one-third of the entire industry & mining sector • over half of those sub-sectors from which data was sought • Data available only for the period 2010-12 • Data on economic output was not available, so structural effects could not be separated out • Instead, overall efficiency change was calculated as the weighted mean of individual changes in SECs
  9. 9. DATA SUBMISSION MECHANISM • Data should be submitted through the Energy Efficiency Monitoring System web portal at • A user name and password will be provided to a nominated member of your staff 9
  10. 10. SCHEDULE OF SECTORS AND DESCRIPTION OF DATA REQUIRED • Data is to be provided by legal entities where a facility exceeds the existing threshold and operating in the following sub-sectors: • all ferrous and non-ferrous metals, cement, lime and plaster, mining, iron & steel, paper & pulp, and basic chemicals.
  11. 11. TYPES OF DATA REQUIRED • Details of the responding legal entity, site & contact information • The period over which the energy consumption and activity data have been incurred (must be between 1st January and 31st December of the given year) • Annual energy consumption per carrier (where relevant) • Quantities of physical output (in the case of manufacturing) of the given entity • Main energy consuming activities undertaken on the site.
  12. 12. EXAMPLE OF DATA ITEMS TO BE SUBMITTED 13 Energy carrier Consumption Units Electricity KWh/MWh/GWh Coal Tonnes Diesel Thousand Litres Petrol/gasoline Thousand Litres Paraffin/kerosene Thousand Litres LPG m3 Light fuel oil Thousand Litres Heavy fuel oil Thousand Litres Other petroleum products Thousand Litres Natural gas Thousand Litres Off-grid renewable Please Specify Total Energy Consumption TJ
  13. 13. WHAT NEXT? • →Register a user for the web portal- email with the following information: • a. Name and address of the company submitting the data • b. Name of nominated member of staff that will provide data • c. Email address of nominated member of staff • d. Contact number if nominated member of staff 14
  14. 14. WHAT NEXT? • Official name of entity providing data • Full name of representative • Capacity (position) of representative • Date of Resolution • Physical address • Contact details of senior management and/or focal person • Position of representative for dispute resolution 15
  15. 15. Thank You