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European Energy Directive Update: EED Audits After the Deadline (Oct 2016)

HPC, one of Antea Group's Inogen Environmental Alliance partners, co-presented at the recent EHS&S Workshop at the Brightlands Chemelot facility in the Netherlands on the topic of the European Energy Directive. We took a specific look at the status of the directive in Germany, France, Spain, Poland, and Italy, and offered a look at some best practices.

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European Energy Directive Update: EED Audits After the Deadline (Oct 2016)

  1. 1. EED Energy Audits After the Deadline Holger Hillen HPC AG
  2. 2. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 • Status • Development • Experience Country Focus: Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Poland Energy Audits (EED Art. 8)
  3. 3. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Country Focus Germany • Deadline: 05 December 2015 • Grace period until 30 April 2016 • EMS until 31 December 2016 • ISO 14001 is no alternative • No notification obligation • Checks by authorities: 20 %/a • Fine: up to 50 000 €
  4. 4. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Country Focus France • By 05 December 2015 only 30 % of companies had acted • Failure to comply: Notice to comply Fine of up to 2 % of turnover Fine up to 4 % of turnover
  5. 5. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Country Focus Spain • Royal Decree 56/2016 came into force on 13 February 2016 • Generally same terms as EED • Deadline 13 November 2016 • Min. coverage: 85 % of energy consumption within Spain
  6. 6. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Country Focus Poland • Still no law enforcing energy audits, current draft is expected to be amended significantly • General practice of global companies: include Poland in programs as close to EDD as possible
  7. 7. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Country Focus Italy • Decreto Legislativo n. 102 flows generally the terms of EDD • Companies in close vicinity to district heating networks and cogeneration plants must include potential linkage in assessment • Fine: 4 000 – 40 000 € for failure to perform audit, 2 000 – 20 000 € for wrong approach
  8. 8. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 By far the most effective tool to: • Reduce energy consumption • Reduce greenhouse gas generation • Meet climate goals AND • Reduce cost Energy Efficiency: A Win-Win Effort
  9. 9. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Non-SMB Businesses with > 250 empoyees Businesses with > 50 mill € annual turnover Businesses with > 43 mill € annual balance Regardless of company activity All EU Member States A tricky term, and other issues
  10. 10. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Achieving EED Compliance Energy Audit in accordance with EN ISO 16247 every 4 years • Fits all companies • First choice for companies with small number of sites • First choice of companies with highly similar sites • First choice for companies with limited energy consumption
  11. 11. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Achieving EED Compliance Implementation of Certified Energy Management System in accordance with ISO 50 000 • Best choice for large companies • Best choice for companies with complex energy consumption • Best choice for companies with operations in many countries
  12. 12. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Achieving EED Compliance Incorporation of Energy Management into Environmental Management System according to EMAS or ISO 14 001 • EMS not enough • EMS + Energy Management • EMAS and ISO 14001 not equally accepted in all EU countries
  13. 13. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 • Consumption Data of 2014 • No detailed data at more than 60 % of companies • Uncertainty of energy use Significant potential savings go unnoticed! Data Base
  14. 14. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Potential Cost Savings • Lighting: LED • Thin Clients instead of PC • Transport: Driver Training • Heating: 1 oC less • Building Insulation • 45 – 75 % • 60 – 90 % • 10 % • 6 % • > 50 %
  15. 15. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Challenge: Payback Time  Within 1 year: OK  Implementation by end of lifetime replacement: OK  Within 2 to 3, max. 5 years: IF IT MAKES A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE  More than 5 years: ONLY COMPANIES COMMITTED TO THE CAUSE
  16. 16. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Effect in Terms of Climate Goal 2020 • Reduction of GHG emissions necessary to achieve climate goal: 3.65 % /a • Potential reduction indentified: 20.6 % • Reduction in progress: 2.4 % Source: Stefan Chobrok, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, April 2016
  17. 17. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016 Contact Holger Hillen, Dipl.-Geol., M.Sc., DIC Head of Corporate Environmental Consulting, HPC AG holger.hillen@hpc.ag Tel: +49 6192 9917 54 Mobile: +49 160 90558151
  18. 18. Confidential – © Inogen Environmental Alliance 2016

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