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Energy Efficiency for Economic Growth Financing industrial energy efficiency projects
Riccardo Puliti,
Head of Energy and ...
EBRD’s emphasis on energy efficiency
• Given the legacy of inefficient energy systems in its countries of operation, the
E...
EBRD’s objectives
• To increase private sector participation in energy markets, in particular in
delivering energy efficie...
EBRD investments

EUR 3.7 billion
Supply Side
Energy Efficiency

EUR 5.6 billion
Demand Side
Energy Efficiency

Energy Sec...
Industrial Energy Efficiency
Industrial Energy Efficiency
– EUR 3.1 billion invested since 2006

Energy Efficiency potenti...
Case study I
PKN Orlen
Refining & Support ,Poland, 2011
Facility Details
A leading Polish vertically integrated oil & gas...
Case study II
Şişecam,
Glass manufacturing, Turkey, 2012
One of the largest glass producers globally
In 2012 five plants...
Thank you

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Contact
Riccardo Puliti
Managing Director, Head of Energy & Natural Resources
Tel: +44 20 7338 7379
Email: pulitir@ebrd.co...
Contact
Riccardo Puliti
Managing Director, Head of Energy & Natural Resources
Tel: +44 20 7338 7379
Email: pulitir@ebrd.co...
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Energy Efficiency for Economic Growth

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Presentation from the 2013 Atlantic Council Energy & Economic Summit expanded ministerial meeting. Presented by Riccardo Puliti, Head of Energy & Natural Resources for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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Energy Efficiency for Economic Growth

  1. 1. Energy Efficiency for Economic Growth Financing industrial energy efficiency projects Riccardo Puliti, Head of Energy and Natural Resources European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Thursday, 21 November 2013
  2. 2. EBRD’s emphasis on energy efficiency • Given the legacy of inefficient energy systems in its countries of operation, the EBRD prioritises energy efficiency investments across all its investments. • This prioritisation is key in moving economies towards a more sustainable model for the production and consumption of energy. • A low carbon economy that uses energy efficiently requires restructuring at the company, industry and economy level. • Improving energy efficiency can help reduce future demand growth, improve energy security and improve affordability. 2
  3. 3. EBRD’s objectives • To increase private sector participation in energy markets, in particular in delivering energy efficiency solutions. • To improve regulatory and institutional framework and setting standards for energy efficiency. • To identify profitable energy efficiency opportunities together with our clients. • To increase lending for energy efficiency on a local level and to small(er) scale projects. Support development of strong institutional and regulatory frameworks PROJECTS AND INVESTMENTS Overcome barriers through energy audits, market analysis, awareness raising and grant cofinancing. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE POLICY DIALOGUE 3
  4. 4. EBRD investments EUR 3.7 billion Supply Side Energy Efficiency EUR 5.6 billion Demand Side Energy Efficiency Energy Sector •Improve efficiency of new and existing power, combined heat and power and district heating plants •Efficiency upgrades and cutting losses in transmission and distribution systems •Improve efficiency of refineries Industrial Sector •Agribusiness •Manufacturing and Services Buildings Sector •Residential and Public buildings •Property Sector •ESCO market Municipal •Urban transport projects Industrial energy efficiency investments include loans to: • A leading oil and gas company to maximise energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions across all its operations •A refinery for substantial efficiency and environmental improvements at its heat and power plants •A poultry producer to invest in a biogas plant and energy efficiency measures •A major Turkish cement producer for an on-site CHP plant •A lead and zinc producer to replace an electric substation transformer and automate the energy measurement system •A railway company to implement an integrated Energy Management Information System. Note: EBRD figures January 2006 – September 2014. 4
  5. 5. Industrial Energy Efficiency Industrial Energy Efficiency – EUR 3.1 billion invested since 2006 Energy Efficiency potential in the Industrial Sector •Energy Audits - since 2006 EBRD channelled € 8.2 million of technical assistance through the energy audit frameworks to over 220 assignments •Direct Investments •Sustainable Energy Finance Facilities (i.e. TURSeff in Turkey provides local banks with credit lines for sustainable energy investments in the industrial and commercial sectors. EBRD loans included support to banks for pipeline development, loan appraisals, energy audits, promoting the facility and training) 5
  6. 6. Case study I PKN Orlen Refining & Support ,Poland, 2011 Facility Details A leading Polish vertically integrated oil & gas company and one of the leaders in the Central and Eastern European oil & gas sector Loan dedicated to finance substantial environmental and energy efficiency improvement programme at one of its heat and power plants at the Plock refinery in central Poland The investment will bring about a substantial reduction in sulphur dioxide and nitrogen compounds every year Facility is estimated to move into the top 15% of the most carbon efficient installations in the Europe, saving about 142,000 tons of CO2 /year Lender Tenor EUR 250 million 7 yrs 6
  7. 7. Case study II Şişecam, Glass manufacturing, Turkey, 2012 One of the largest glass producers globally In 2012 five plants were audited with more than €110,000 of donor support Investment included various EE measures, including waste heat recovery and energy management for operations in Turkey: €20m Capacity expansion and EE measures like oxyfuelling and waste heat recovery systems for operations in Bulgaria: €40m Construction of a greenfield plant for flat glass products in Tatarstan, Russia: €20m Expected emission reductions: >400,000 tCO2e/year Facility Details Lender Tenor EUR 110 million 7 yrs . 7
  8. 8. Thank you 8
  9. 9. Contact Riccardo Puliti Managing Director, Head of Energy & Natural Resources Tel: +44 20 7338 7379 Email: pulitir@ebrd.com Confidential – for discussion only 9 9
  10. 10. Contact Riccardo Puliti Managing Director, Head of Energy & Natural Resources Tel: +44 20 7338 7379 Email: pulitir@ebrd.com Confidential – for discussion only 9 9

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