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eThekwini Energy Office unido_sustainable_transport_and_mobility_for_cities_workshop_itumelengmasenya_20170330

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The United Nations Industrial Development Organization's Low Carbon Transport Project hosted a workshop seminar on sustainable transport and mobility for cities in Durban on the 30th of March 2017. This workshop was presented with the aim of highlighting the benefits of using electrified mobility powered by renewable energy. The objectives of the workshop included: Enlightening members of the sustainable transport fraternity in South Africa; sharing the current policy developments for sustainable transport use and operations; discussing the environmental benefits of including electric vehicles in South Africa’s transportation modal mix; offering insights to the various types of transport modes available and those suitable for city commuting and public services; proposing methods to include green vehicles into local government fleets; discussing the possibilities of converting a fleet to electric drive vehicles through other initiatives; demonstrating macroeconomic factors to better understand how the introduction of electrified transport modes could add value to the economy of the city and South Africa at large.

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eThekwini Energy Office unido_sustainable_transport_and_mobility_for_cities_workshop_itumelengmasenya_20170330

  1. 1. ENERGY PERSPECTIVE IN ETHEKWINI Sustainable Transport and Mobility for Cities Workshop – 30 March 2017 Itumeleng Masenya – Energy Office
  2. 2. DURBAN CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY
  3. 3. DCCS – TRANSPORT “Durban provides an integrated climate smart, low carbon transport system for passenger and freight.” • Objective 1: Durban’s spatial planning is integrated with transport planning to reduce the need to travel; • Objective 2: All Durban’s transport users have access to safe, affordable, carbon efficient and climate resilient transportation; • Objective 3: Greenhouse gases from transport in Durban are minimised and the energy efficiency of transport is improved.
  4. 4. GLOBAL CITIES COVENANT ON CLIMATE
  5. 5. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION IN ETHEKWINI Agric & Landuse 0% CERs 1% Electricity 41% Industrial Process 1% Methane 1% SF6 0% Stationary Fuel 16% Transport Fuel 40% Total GHG emissions (2014) = 29 092 003tCO2e Carbon Emissions by Source
  6. 6. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION IN ETHEKWINI Power Generation Facilities 48% Solid Waste Facilities 6% Buildings & Other Facilities 11% Streetlights & Traffic Signals 7% Water Delivery Facilities 3% Wastewater Facilities 8% Transit Fleet 2% Vehicle Fleet 2% Employee Air Travel 0% Certified Emission Reduction 13% Municipal Sector Emissions Residential 14% Commercial 8% Industrial 34% On-road and Off-road Vehicles 25% Rail, Air and Water Transport Systems 17% Industrial Processes and Product Use 2% Agriculture, Land Use and Forestry 0% Community Sector Emissions
  7. 7. GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION IN ETHEKWINI eThekwini energy demand by sector (2010) Residential 8% Commerce 7% Industry 14% Transport 69% Elec Losses 1%Local Govt 1%
  8. 8. ENERGY INTENSITY
  9. 9. Long Term Mitigation Scenario (LTMS) for South Africa
  10. 10. Residential Commerce Industry Transport Local Govt Elec Losses Energy Demand (TJ) Scenario: Business As Usual 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 2030 TeraJoules 300 250 200 150 100 50
  11. 11. Impact of interventions on greenhouse gas emissions (All Sectors) -1000 -900 -800 -700 -600 -500 -400 -300 -200 -100 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 ThousandMetricTonnesCO2Equivalent BAU BRT BAU Densification BAU Efficient Vehicles BAU Electric Vehicles BAU modal shift
  12. 12. Cost of Energy to eThekwini
  13. 13. Thank you ENERGY OFFICE 3rd Floor, SmartXchange, 5 Walnut Road, Durban, 4001 P O Box 1014, Durban 4000 Tel: +27 31 322 2632, Fax; +27 31 311 1089 Email: itumeleng.masenya@durban.gov.za www.durban.gov.za

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