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Asian Clean Energy Forum, 13 – 19 June 2015, Manila
Asian Development Bank, Pre- Consultations
Presentation Sustainable Energy for All
• SE4All goal, team, targets and network
• SE4All highlights – last year
• Country Action in the Asia-Pacific
region
• Energy Efficiency in the Asia-Pacific
region
–Global Accelerator Platform
–Phased engagements/roadmaps
• Next steps
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Sustainable Energy for All Goal
One Goal:
Achieving Sustainable
Energy for All by 2030
Three Objectives:
The SE4All Global Facilitation Team in Vienna
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Sustainable Energy for All Targets
Achieving Sustainable
Energy for All by 2030
Finances needed per year:
•access 50 billion USD
•renewables 250 billion USD
•energy efficiency 300 billion USD
SE4All network
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2 Global Facilitation Offices
10 SE4All Regional and Thematic Hubs
2000 practitioners on the ground
SE4All Highlights (I) of the past year
• Energy is centrally placed amongst the Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs) for the post-2015 development agenda.
• 106 countries have so far joined SE4All as partners (23 in Asia-
Pacific)
• Already commitments towards SE4All can halve energy poverty.
• SE4All has launched a Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator
Platform.
• SE4All has identified opportunities to mobilize an additional $120
billion a year in sustainable energy investments. (BoA, WB, BZL
National Bank)
• SE4All has built a strong network of regional and thematic hubs to
support implementation. There are now ten thematic and regional
hubs established within existing institutions around the world,
including for Asia-Pacific in the Asian Development Bank with
Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) and
UNDP. (SE4All status report)
• SE4All is coordinating a group of international organizations in 7
SE4All Highlights (II) over the past year
• 50 High-Impact Opportunities (HIOs) – areas with significant
potential to advance SE4All’s objectives.
• Civil society is stepping up to the challenge. With more than 2000
practitioners.
• The WB has developed a Global Tracking Framework to monitor
progress against the SE4All targets.
• SE4All’s Advisory Board, co-chaired by UN Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim,
provides strategic advice to SE4All and the SE4All Executive
Committee provides guidance, operational advice, direction and
advice to the Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy for All
initiative.
• The Second Annual United Nations Sustainable Energy for All
Forum featured the first ever Global Energy Ministerial Dialogue
at the United Nations, in order to reaffirm the determination of
Rio+20, reiterate commitment to the energy-children- health-
nexus campaign. 8
Country Action in the Asia-Pacific region
The SE4All Action Agendas and Investment
Prospectuses will be an important tool for the
implementation of the suggested SDG7. Some countries
in Asia-Pacific are already working on these tools that aim
to improve coordination and to stimulate investments. 13
Asia-Pacific countries have taken the first step of
completing and Rapid Assessment/Gap Analysis as
baseline for action. Some have already taken the next
steps. Examples are:
•Nepal: Energy+ is funding the development of an Action
Agenda and the WB is funding an Investment Prospectus
•Bangladesh: US State Department funded the
development of an Investment Prospectus
•Myanmar: World Bank funded the development of an
Investment Prospectus 9
Why is energy efficiency important in Asia and globally
?
• Greater energy efficiency provides a triple rationale for action
through advancement towards achieving global climate goals in the
form of emissions reductions, economic benefits (increased
productivity, lower costs, net job creation) and improvement of
people’s well-being.
• Targeted energy efficiency measures such as those under the
Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform, can deliver 50
per cent of the emissions reductions required to put the world
on a 2°C pathway by 2020. (as laid out in the International Energy
Agency’s 4-for-2°C Scenario)
• Targeted energy efficiency measures can reduce emissions by 1.5
Gt while generating $250-325 billion in savings for consumers
each year (UNEP).
Energy Efficiency brings enormous benefits in Asia
11Source: IEA
The Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator
Platform
• Leaders from more than 40 countries, 30 cities and dozens of corporations launched
large-scale commitments on energy efficiency to cut emissions of greenhouse gases
and reduce energy costs.
• The Platform includes six energy efficiency sector initiatives: vehicles, lighting,
appliances, buildings, industry and district energy systems. Additional initiatives
are under development to promote energy efficiency in the power sector and finance.
• Over the past couple of months a vast number of national and city governments
were pledging to tackle energy efficiency at a broader level by participating in the
Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform. These include Chile and Nicaragua,
Almaty and Astana (Kazakhstan), Cetinje (Montenegro), Jinan City (China), Leon
(Mexico), Lima (Peru), Manila (Philippines), Science City of Muñoz (Philippines),
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Thimphu City (Bhutan), Ulan Bator (Mongolia), Warsaw
(Poland), and the Iskandar Region of Malaysia, with ten municipalities.
• These governments are being joined by international organizations and financial
institutions that will help them prepare road maps and investment and action plans.
They include: the World Bank (ESMAP), IDB, UNDP, EBRD, ADB and Energy+ of
Norway.
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Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
The Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform was established
by SE4ALL to promote the objective of doubling the rate of energy
efficiency improvement by 2030.
The Accelerator Platform drives and supports action and
commitments by national and sub-national leaders at the country, city,
state, regional, or business and sector level as well as by donors,
funders and supporters of this initiative.
A key deliverable of the Accelerator Platform in each jurisdiction where
it engages will be a Roadmap that describes the policies and
projects that will be taken in order to achieve the energy efficiency
improvements.
The Roadmap will also be used by SE4ALL to mobilize support from
a global network of experts, institutions and businesses
participating in this major global initiative.
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Energy Efficiency Network
Partners of the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
Energy Efficiency Accelerator Sectors
Power Sector Accelerator is under development
Lighting Vehicle Fuel EfficiencyAppliances & Equipment
Buildings District Energy
Global market
transformation to efficient
lighting
Improve the fuel economy
capacity of the global car
fleet
Promote sustainable
building policies & practices
worldwide
Support national &
municipal governments to
develop or scale-up district
energy systems
Industry
Implementing
Energy Management
Systems, technologies &
practices
Global market transformation
to efficient appliances &
equipment
The Accelerator Platform was established to support specific sector-
based energy efficiency accelerators
Transportation Accelerator
• Goal is to double the EE of all new vehicles by
2030 and of all vehicles by 2050
This would save more than 1 gigaton of CO2/year by
2025 and more than 2 gigatons by 2050
• 40 Countries are participating.
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• The Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Accelerator is Implemented by
the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)
Lighting Efficiency Accelerator
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• The Lighting Accelerator is implemented by the UNEP/GEF en.lighten partnership
• Goal is to phase-out incandescent lamps by 2016
This will save more than 2 terawatt hours in electricity-use, 440 ktonnes emissions of CO2 and more than USD 270 million of electricity
bill each year
• 65 countries are participating.
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• Implemented by the Global
Partnership on Appliances and
Equipment
• Goal is to reduce electricity
consumption in air conditioners,
refrigerators and fans
This will save165 TWh & 54 million
tonnes of GHG emission/year, saving
more than USD 22 billion each year
• 28 countries have expressed their
willingness to join the Partnership.
Efficient Appliances Accelerator
Building Efficiency Accelerator
• Facilitates collaborative, multi-stakeholder workshop to
convene partners in each city.
• Provides governments with technical support leveraging best-
in-class tools, databases and subject matter experts.
• Helps governments communicate and promote their
commitments, calculate their baseline, report progress, and
provide a platform for sharing experiences, challenges & best
practices.
• International financial partners will provide funding to support
policy development and demonstration project
implementation.
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District Energy Systems Accelerator
• Private sector partners include Danfoss,
Grundfoss, Siemens, Vattenfall, Veolia,
Climespace and Empower
• 19 cities are interested in joining
• Their joint action could save up to 5 Mt of
CO2 annually.
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Industry Accelerator
• The Goal is to facilitate the implementation of
Energy Management Systems, technologies
and practices in global industrial energy use.
• The Accelerator focuses on:
– Large energy intensive industries, &
– Energy intensive SMEs.
• It is lead by UNIDO, TERI & IIP
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Common Mission Statement of the Accelerators
• Accelerate action and commitment by national and sub-national
leaders at the country, city, state, region and sector level.
• Provide tailor-made policy options, including roadmaps/Action
Plans, and technical support leveraging best-in-class toolkits,
databases and subject matter experts.
• Scale-up and facilitate energy efficiency investments by
providing match-making services between technology and finance
providers and country, city, state, region or sector level actors and
support the mobilization of resources.
• Create a global network to exchange know-how, lessons learnt and
best practices in energy efficiency.
SE4ALL – EE engagement process
Jurisdictions (countries, cities, regions) will go through a
process of identifying their engagement which will include a
variety of phases:
1. Commitment, (Letter of intent, MoU)
2. Assessment, (recommended tools)
3. Development, (Action Plans, roadmaps)
4. Implementation, (“deep dive”)
5. Tracking/Reporting/Improvement
The EE Accelerator Platform engages with cities, sub-
regions and countries.
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Energy Efficiency Accelerator Commitment?
National, sub-national and city governments commitments:
• Doubling the rate of energy efficiency by 2030 in targeted
sectors within their jurisdiction.
• Implementing one enabling policy and one demonstration project
to be announced at COP21 in Paris.
• Creating a baseline of energy efficiency performance, agreeing
to track and report annual progress, and sharing experiences
and best practices with other governments.
Business, NGO and international organization commitments:
• Facilitate collaborative, multi-stakeholder workshops to define
and prioritize policy and project actions including government
leadership, codes and standards, performance benchmarking
and disclosure, third-party financing models and utility
programs .
• Provide governments with technical support leveraging best-in-
class tools, databases and subject matter experts.
• International financial partners will provide funding to support
policy development and demonstration project implementation.
Engagement Process - Light Touch and Deep Dive
Light TouchLight Touch
Deep DiveDeep Dive
SE4ALL – Assessment + Development
There are two types of support by the Accelerator Platform of SE4All:
1)policy-level support (“light touch”) which helps the city or he region
to identify energy efficiency priorities and to establish an Action
Plan/road map; and
2)an Action Plan/road map implementation support (“deep dive”).
The support is provided by the Accelerator’s conveners and the wider
network of the SE4All Initiative, that most of the time also seek support
from local actors. Partners include UN organisations (UNEP, UNIDO,
and UNDP), development banks (World Bank, ADB, AfDB, EBRD, and
IADB) as well private sector companies (Accenture, Danfoss, Dow
Chemicals, Johnson Controls, Philips, and others).
SE4All’s Goal for COP 21
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100 cities (20 from Asia)
100 companies
100 banks
Prior to COP 21, SE4ALL is seeking GHG
emission-reduction commitments from:
100 countries
SE4All - next steps for Asia
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SE4All is interested in more Asia – Pacific for
Action-Agendas and Investment Prospectuses
on country level
These AAs and IPs can/should cover: Access,
Nexus Issues, RE but also Energy Efficiency
(i.e. roadmaps pertaining to one or more of the
EE Accelerator areas: buildings, lighting,
transport, district energy, industry, appliances)
The Accelerator Platform stands ready to assist
SE4All seeks commitments on energy efficiency
by countries, cities and businesses – COP 21
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Outlook, calendar, contacts
Commitment and Recognition Opportunities
Vienna Energy Forum 18- 20 June 2015
Regional Workshop in Singapore 27- 31 July 2015 (tbc)
Regional Workshop in Japan 28-30 October 2015
G20 Leader`s Summit 15-16 November 2015
COP21 – Paris 1-10 December 2015
For more information www.se4all.org
Martin Niemetz
SE4All global support team in Vienna
m.niemetz@se4all.org
Monika Froehler
SE4All global support team in Vienna
m.froehler@se4all.org
Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
Action Plans and Roadmaps
SE4ALL – engagement process
Jurisdictions will go through a process of identifying their
engagement which will include a variety of phases:
1. Commitment, (Letter of intent, MoU)
2. Assessment, (with recommended tools)
3. Development, (Action Plans, roadmaps)
4. Implementation, (“deep dive”)
5. Tracking/Reporting/Improvement
The Accelerator Platform engages with cities, sub-regions
and countries.
SE4ALL – engagement process
1. Commitment
•The city, region or country wanting to engage first signs a letter of intent
to subsequently formulating a non-binding Aide-Mémoire. Manila has
already signed the letter of intent to be member of the Global Energy
Efficiency Platform. SE4All engages with jurisdictions through a menu of
policy options, and on key actions.
•The approach is based on the needs of the city or region, and the
specific types of activities that the partnership can provide in each
location.
SE4ALL – engagement process
2. Assessment
SE4All involves its network of partners:
-To undertake a high-level assessment, using available tools and data
sources, of local opportunities to improve energy efficiency in various
sectors by introducing different policies and programs (TRACE by
ESMAP)
-To organize tailored presentations of best practices (polices, programs,
metrics and technical solutions) in sectors of interest to the jurisdiction,
selected from the Platform menu of options, that address local
opportunities in an integrated manner
-To formulate recommendations for the jurisdiction pursuing specific
programs/projects along with referrals for technical support, financial
assistance and local capacity building from SE4All partner
organizations.
SE4ALL – engagement process
3. Development
The jurisdiction takes the lead in
-Organising and facilitating a multi-stakeholder workshop focussed on
specific sectors and areas identified by the assessment with resource
persons from SE4All the respective platform partners
-This workshop assists in preparing a preliminary plan of action for
developing and implementing the specific energy efficiency programs
or projects and proposals for technical and financial assistance from
SE4All Partner organisations
4. Implementation
-Access to state of the art technical solutions and best practice policy,
program and project expertise through the Energy Efficiency Accelerator
Platform partners.
5. Improvement
-Establishing an energy efficiency performance baseline and tracking
annual performance improvements .
SE4ALL – engagement process short term goal
Cities and countries announce one enabling policy and
one demonstration project by/at COP21 in Paris, to
create a baseline of energy efficiency performance, to
track and report annual progress, share experiences and
best-practices with other governments.
Thimphu City: TRACE – ESMAP World Bank
Tool for Rapid Assessment of City Energy (TRACE):
Helping Cities Use Energy Efficiently
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Assessment Recommendation
TRACE – ESMAP World Bank
SE4All recommends for Thimphu City:
•The Tool for Rapid Assessment of City Energy (TRACE) by ESMAP World Bank, is a
decision-support tool designed to help cities quickly identify under-performing sectors,
evaluate improvement and cost-saving potential, and prioritize sectors and actions for
energy efficiency (EE) intervention. It covers six municipal sectors: passenger transport,
municipal buildings, water and waste water, public lighting, solid waste, and power and
heat.
•TRACE consists of three modules: an energy benchmarking module which compares
key performance indicators (KPIs) among peer cities, a sector prioritization module
which identifies sectors that offer the greatest potential with respect to energy-cost
savings, and an intervention selection module which functions like a “playbook” of tried-
and-tested EE measures and helps select locally appropriate EE interventions.
•TRACE is designed with the intention to involve city decision makers in the deployment
process. It starts with benchmark data collection, goes through an on-location assessment
involving experts and decision makers, and ends with a final report to city authorities
with recommendations of EE interventions tailored to the city’s individual context.
What does TRACE do?
1. Energy Benchmarking
TRACE’s benchmarking module has a database of 28 KPIs collected from 93 cities.
2. Sector Prioritization
TRACE’s sector prioritization module uses "relative energy intensity," "sector energy
spending," and "city authority control" to prioritize sectors with the most significant
energy efficiency potential.
3. Intervention Selection
TRACE contains a set of 60 EE interventions which combine a blend of both high level
strategic level programs and specific activities that a city can pursue.
The initial appraisal step enables the user to match city capability to the capabilities required
to implement each recommendation. City officials can then select from the set of ranked
recommendations.
The energy savings assessment step allows the user to quantify the potential energy
savings using spreadsheets that come with TRACE, and the final review process allows the
city authorities to assess the viability of recommendations in order to come up with a final
list of actions for prioritized sectors.
Examples of where has TRACE been deployed?
• Bosnia and Herzegovina: Banja Luka | Sarajevo
• Brazil: Belo Horizonte | Rio de Janeiro
• Colombia: Bogota | Medellin
• Ethiopia: Addis Ababa
• Georgia: Tbilisi
• Ghana: Accra
• Kenya: Nairobi
• Kosovo: Pristina
• Indonesia: Surabaya
• Macedonia: Skopje
• Mexico: Leon | Puebla
• Philippines: Cebu | Quezon City
• Romania: Bra ovș | Cluj-Napoca | Craiova | Ia i | Ploie ti | Timi oaraș ș ș
• Serbia: Belgrade
• Sri Lanka: Colombo
• Turkey: Gaziantep
• Vietnam: Da Nang
TRACE in Action
• In Turkey, TRACE helped define the Sustainable Cities pillar in the World Bank’s
Country Partnership Strategy for Turkey for 2012-15. Since then, the TRACE findings
have informed the World Bank’s US$300 million programmatic lending to cities in
Turkey.
• In Brazil, TRACE was implemented in Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. In the
latter, the findings have been incorporated in the city’s strategy and the “traffic
optimization” recommendation has been implemented. In Rio de Janeiro, the World
Bank’s Presidential Cities Task Force is preparing specific investments in the public
lighting and buildings sectors, which were identified by TRACE as having the largest
EE potential.
• In Vietnam, the World Bank used TRACE to create city-level case studies, the results
of which were subsequently used to create Sustainable Urban Energy Program
Guidelines for cities across the East Asia and Pacific region.
• In Romania, a World Bank team is deploying TRACE in seven fast-growing cities as
part of the Romania Regional Development Program funded by the European Union.
TRACE is being used to identify the specific investments to be funded under the
program.
• In Kenya, TRACE is being used to identify EE investments and prepare Nairobi’s EE
action
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Is there training support to use TRACE?
• A TRACE e-learning course was created in partnership with
the World Bank Institute.
http://einstitute.worldbank.org/ei/course/trace-how-use-tool-rapid-
assessment-city-energy
• ESMAP also provides group training to cities or implementing
agencies planning to use TRACE.
• ESMAP offers facilitated courses for free to users planning to use
TRACE. These are offered online at a specified time to users
around the world. Please contact esmap@worldbank.org if you are
interested in the facilitated course.
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Sustainable Energy for All Overview

  • 1. 1 J Asian Clean Energy Forum, 13 – 19 June 2015, Manila Asian Development Bank, Pre- Consultations
  • 2. Presentation Sustainable Energy for All • SE4All goal, team, targets and network • SE4All highlights – last year • Country Action in the Asia-Pacific region • Energy Efficiency in the Asia-Pacific region –Global Accelerator Platform –Phased engagements/roadmaps • Next steps 2
  • 3. 3 Sustainable Energy for All Goal One Goal: Achieving Sustainable Energy for All by 2030 Three Objectives:
  • 4. The SE4All Global Facilitation Team in Vienna
  • 5. 5 Sustainable Energy for All Targets Achieving Sustainable Energy for All by 2030 Finances needed per year: •access 50 billion USD •renewables 250 billion USD •energy efficiency 300 billion USD
  • 6. SE4All network 6 2 Global Facilitation Offices 10 SE4All Regional and Thematic Hubs 2000 practitioners on the ground
  • 7. SE4All Highlights (I) of the past year • Energy is centrally placed amongst the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the post-2015 development agenda. • 106 countries have so far joined SE4All as partners (23 in Asia- Pacific) • Already commitments towards SE4All can halve energy poverty. • SE4All has launched a Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform. • SE4All has identified opportunities to mobilize an additional $120 billion a year in sustainable energy investments. (BoA, WB, BZL National Bank) • SE4All has built a strong network of regional and thematic hubs to support implementation. There are now ten thematic and regional hubs established within existing institutions around the world, including for Asia-Pacific in the Asian Development Bank with Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) and UNDP. (SE4All status report) • SE4All is coordinating a group of international organizations in 7
  • 8. SE4All Highlights (II) over the past year • 50 High-Impact Opportunities (HIOs) – areas with significant potential to advance SE4All’s objectives. • Civil society is stepping up to the challenge. With more than 2000 practitioners. • The WB has developed a Global Tracking Framework to monitor progress against the SE4All targets. • SE4All’s Advisory Board, co-chaired by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, provides strategic advice to SE4All and the SE4All Executive Committee provides guidance, operational advice, direction and advice to the Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy for All initiative. • The Second Annual United Nations Sustainable Energy for All Forum featured the first ever Global Energy Ministerial Dialogue at the United Nations, in order to reaffirm the determination of Rio+20, reiterate commitment to the energy-children- health- nexus campaign. 8
  • 9. Country Action in the Asia-Pacific region The SE4All Action Agendas and Investment Prospectuses will be an important tool for the implementation of the suggested SDG7. Some countries in Asia-Pacific are already working on these tools that aim to improve coordination and to stimulate investments. 13 Asia-Pacific countries have taken the first step of completing and Rapid Assessment/Gap Analysis as baseline for action. Some have already taken the next steps. Examples are: •Nepal: Energy+ is funding the development of an Action Agenda and the WB is funding an Investment Prospectus •Bangladesh: US State Department funded the development of an Investment Prospectus •Myanmar: World Bank funded the development of an Investment Prospectus 9
  • 10. Why is energy efficiency important in Asia and globally ? • Greater energy efficiency provides a triple rationale for action through advancement towards achieving global climate goals in the form of emissions reductions, economic benefits (increased productivity, lower costs, net job creation) and improvement of people’s well-being. • Targeted energy efficiency measures such as those under the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform, can deliver 50 per cent of the emissions reductions required to put the world on a 2°C pathway by 2020. (as laid out in the International Energy Agency’s 4-for-2°C Scenario) • Targeted energy efficiency measures can reduce emissions by 1.5 Gt while generating $250-325 billion in savings for consumers each year (UNEP).
  • 11. Energy Efficiency brings enormous benefits in Asia 11Source: IEA
  • 12. The Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform • Leaders from more than 40 countries, 30 cities and dozens of corporations launched large-scale commitments on energy efficiency to cut emissions of greenhouse gases and reduce energy costs. • The Platform includes six energy efficiency sector initiatives: vehicles, lighting, appliances, buildings, industry and district energy systems. Additional initiatives are under development to promote energy efficiency in the power sector and finance. • Over the past couple of months a vast number of national and city governments were pledging to tackle energy efficiency at a broader level by participating in the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform. These include Chile and Nicaragua, Almaty and Astana (Kazakhstan), Cetinje (Montenegro), Jinan City (China), Leon (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Manila (Philippines), Science City of Muñoz (Philippines), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Thimphu City (Bhutan), Ulan Bator (Mongolia), Warsaw (Poland), and the Iskandar Region of Malaysia, with ten municipalities. • These governments are being joined by international organizations and financial institutions that will help them prepare road maps and investment and action plans. They include: the World Bank (ESMAP), IDB, UNDP, EBRD, ADB and Energy+ of Norway.
  • 13. 13 Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform The Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform was established by SE4ALL to promote the objective of doubling the rate of energy efficiency improvement by 2030. The Accelerator Platform drives and supports action and commitments by national and sub-national leaders at the country, city, state, regional, or business and sector level as well as by donors, funders and supporters of this initiative. A key deliverable of the Accelerator Platform in each jurisdiction where it engages will be a Roadmap that describes the policies and projects that will be taken in order to achieve the energy efficiency improvements. The Roadmap will also be used by SE4ALL to mobilize support from a global network of experts, institutions and businesses participating in this major global initiative.
  • 14. 14 Energy Efficiency Network Partners of the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
  • 15. Energy Efficiency Accelerator Sectors Power Sector Accelerator is under development Lighting Vehicle Fuel EfficiencyAppliances & Equipment Buildings District Energy Global market transformation to efficient lighting Improve the fuel economy capacity of the global car fleet Promote sustainable building policies & practices worldwide Support national & municipal governments to develop or scale-up district energy systems Industry Implementing Energy Management Systems, technologies & practices Global market transformation to efficient appliances & equipment The Accelerator Platform was established to support specific sector- based energy efficiency accelerators
  • 16. Transportation Accelerator • Goal is to double the EE of all new vehicles by 2030 and of all vehicles by 2050 This would save more than 1 gigaton of CO2/year by 2025 and more than 2 gigatons by 2050 • 40 Countries are participating. 16 • The Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Accelerator is Implemented by the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI)
  • 17. Lighting Efficiency Accelerator 17 • The Lighting Accelerator is implemented by the UNEP/GEF en.lighten partnership • Goal is to phase-out incandescent lamps by 2016 This will save more than 2 terawatt hours in electricity-use, 440 ktonnes emissions of CO2 and more than USD 270 million of electricity bill each year • 65 countries are participating.
  • 18. 18 • Implemented by the Global Partnership on Appliances and Equipment • Goal is to reduce electricity consumption in air conditioners, refrigerators and fans This will save165 TWh & 54 million tonnes of GHG emission/year, saving more than USD 22 billion each year • 28 countries have expressed their willingness to join the Partnership. Efficient Appliances Accelerator
  • 19. Building Efficiency Accelerator • Facilitates collaborative, multi-stakeholder workshop to convene partners in each city. • Provides governments with technical support leveraging best- in-class tools, databases and subject matter experts. • Helps governments communicate and promote their commitments, calculate their baseline, report progress, and provide a platform for sharing experiences, challenges & best practices. • International financial partners will provide funding to support policy development and demonstration project implementation. 19
  • 20. District Energy Systems Accelerator • Private sector partners include Danfoss, Grundfoss, Siemens, Vattenfall, Veolia, Climespace and Empower • 19 cities are interested in joining • Their joint action could save up to 5 Mt of CO2 annually. 20
  • 21. Industry Accelerator • The Goal is to facilitate the implementation of Energy Management Systems, technologies and practices in global industrial energy use. • The Accelerator focuses on: – Large energy intensive industries, & – Energy intensive SMEs. • It is lead by UNIDO, TERI & IIP 21
  • 22. Common Mission Statement of the Accelerators • Accelerate action and commitment by national and sub-national leaders at the country, city, state, region and sector level. • Provide tailor-made policy options, including roadmaps/Action Plans, and technical support leveraging best-in-class toolkits, databases and subject matter experts. • Scale-up and facilitate energy efficiency investments by providing match-making services between technology and finance providers and country, city, state, region or sector level actors and support the mobilization of resources. • Create a global network to exchange know-how, lessons learnt and best practices in energy efficiency.
  • 23. SE4ALL – EE engagement process Jurisdictions (countries, cities, regions) will go through a process of identifying their engagement which will include a variety of phases: 1. Commitment, (Letter of intent, MoU) 2. Assessment, (recommended tools) 3. Development, (Action Plans, roadmaps) 4. Implementation, (“deep dive”) 5. Tracking/Reporting/Improvement The EE Accelerator Platform engages with cities, sub- regions and countries.
  • 24. 24 Energy Efficiency Accelerator Commitment? National, sub-national and city governments commitments: • Doubling the rate of energy efficiency by 2030 in targeted sectors within their jurisdiction. • Implementing one enabling policy and one demonstration project to be announced at COP21 in Paris. • Creating a baseline of energy efficiency performance, agreeing to track and report annual progress, and sharing experiences and best practices with other governments. Business, NGO and international organization commitments: • Facilitate collaborative, multi-stakeholder workshops to define and prioritize policy and project actions including government leadership, codes and standards, performance benchmarking and disclosure, third-party financing models and utility programs . • Provide governments with technical support leveraging best-in- class tools, databases and subject matter experts. • International financial partners will provide funding to support policy development and demonstration project implementation.
  • 25. Engagement Process - Light Touch and Deep Dive Light TouchLight Touch Deep DiveDeep Dive
  • 26. SE4ALL – Assessment + Development There are two types of support by the Accelerator Platform of SE4All: 1)policy-level support (“light touch”) which helps the city or he region to identify energy efficiency priorities and to establish an Action Plan/road map; and 2)an Action Plan/road map implementation support (“deep dive”). The support is provided by the Accelerator’s conveners and the wider network of the SE4All Initiative, that most of the time also seek support from local actors. Partners include UN organisations (UNEP, UNIDO, and UNDP), development banks (World Bank, ADB, AfDB, EBRD, and IADB) as well private sector companies (Accenture, Danfoss, Dow Chemicals, Johnson Controls, Philips, and others).
  • 27. SE4All’s Goal for COP 21 27 100 cities (20 from Asia) 100 companies 100 banks Prior to COP 21, SE4ALL is seeking GHG emission-reduction commitments from: 100 countries
  • 28. SE4All - next steps for Asia 28 SE4All is interested in more Asia – Pacific for Action-Agendas and Investment Prospectuses on country level These AAs and IPs can/should cover: Access, Nexus Issues, RE but also Energy Efficiency (i.e. roadmaps pertaining to one or more of the EE Accelerator areas: buildings, lighting, transport, district energy, industry, appliances) The Accelerator Platform stands ready to assist SE4All seeks commitments on energy efficiency by countries, cities and businesses – COP 21
  • 29. 29 Outlook, calendar, contacts Commitment and Recognition Opportunities Vienna Energy Forum 18- 20 June 2015 Regional Workshop in Singapore 27- 31 July 2015 (tbc) Regional Workshop in Japan 28-30 October 2015 G20 Leader`s Summit 15-16 November 2015 COP21 – Paris 1-10 December 2015 For more information www.se4all.org Martin Niemetz SE4All global support team in Vienna m.niemetz@se4all.org Monika Froehler SE4All global support team in Vienna m.froehler@se4all.org
  • 30. Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform Action Plans and Roadmaps
  • 31. SE4ALL – engagement process Jurisdictions will go through a process of identifying their engagement which will include a variety of phases: 1. Commitment, (Letter of intent, MoU) 2. Assessment, (with recommended tools) 3. Development, (Action Plans, roadmaps) 4. Implementation, (“deep dive”) 5. Tracking/Reporting/Improvement The Accelerator Platform engages with cities, sub-regions and countries.
  • 32. SE4ALL – engagement process 1. Commitment •The city, region or country wanting to engage first signs a letter of intent to subsequently formulating a non-binding Aide-Mémoire. Manila has already signed the letter of intent to be member of the Global Energy Efficiency Platform. SE4All engages with jurisdictions through a menu of policy options, and on key actions. •The approach is based on the needs of the city or region, and the specific types of activities that the partnership can provide in each location.
  • 33. SE4ALL – engagement process 2. Assessment SE4All involves its network of partners: -To undertake a high-level assessment, using available tools and data sources, of local opportunities to improve energy efficiency in various sectors by introducing different policies and programs (TRACE by ESMAP) -To organize tailored presentations of best practices (polices, programs, metrics and technical solutions) in sectors of interest to the jurisdiction, selected from the Platform menu of options, that address local opportunities in an integrated manner -To formulate recommendations for the jurisdiction pursuing specific programs/projects along with referrals for technical support, financial assistance and local capacity building from SE4All partner organizations.
  • 34. SE4ALL – engagement process 3. Development The jurisdiction takes the lead in -Organising and facilitating a multi-stakeholder workshop focussed on specific sectors and areas identified by the assessment with resource persons from SE4All the respective platform partners -This workshop assists in preparing a preliminary plan of action for developing and implementing the specific energy efficiency programs or projects and proposals for technical and financial assistance from SE4All Partner organisations 4. Implementation -Access to state of the art technical solutions and best practice policy, program and project expertise through the Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform partners. 5. Improvement -Establishing an energy efficiency performance baseline and tracking annual performance improvements .
  • 35. SE4ALL – engagement process short term goal Cities and countries announce one enabling policy and one demonstration project by/at COP21 in Paris, to create a baseline of energy efficiency performance, to track and report annual progress, share experiences and best-practices with other governments.
  • 36. Thimphu City: TRACE – ESMAP World Bank Tool for Rapid Assessment of City Energy (TRACE): Helping Cities Use Energy Efficiently
  • 38. TRACE – ESMAP World Bank SE4All recommends for Thimphu City: •The Tool for Rapid Assessment of City Energy (TRACE) by ESMAP World Bank, is a decision-support tool designed to help cities quickly identify under-performing sectors, evaluate improvement and cost-saving potential, and prioritize sectors and actions for energy efficiency (EE) intervention. It covers six municipal sectors: passenger transport, municipal buildings, water and waste water, public lighting, solid waste, and power and heat. •TRACE consists of three modules: an energy benchmarking module which compares key performance indicators (KPIs) among peer cities, a sector prioritization module which identifies sectors that offer the greatest potential with respect to energy-cost savings, and an intervention selection module which functions like a “playbook” of tried- and-tested EE measures and helps select locally appropriate EE interventions. •TRACE is designed with the intention to involve city decision makers in the deployment process. It starts with benchmark data collection, goes through an on-location assessment involving experts and decision makers, and ends with a final report to city authorities with recommendations of EE interventions tailored to the city’s individual context.
  • 39. What does TRACE do? 1. Energy Benchmarking TRACE’s benchmarking module has a database of 28 KPIs collected from 93 cities. 2. Sector Prioritization TRACE’s sector prioritization module uses "relative energy intensity," "sector energy spending," and "city authority control" to prioritize sectors with the most significant energy efficiency potential. 3. Intervention Selection TRACE contains a set of 60 EE interventions which combine a blend of both high level strategic level programs and specific activities that a city can pursue. The initial appraisal step enables the user to match city capability to the capabilities required to implement each recommendation. City officials can then select from the set of ranked recommendations. The energy savings assessment step allows the user to quantify the potential energy savings using spreadsheets that come with TRACE, and the final review process allows the city authorities to assess the viability of recommendations in order to come up with a final list of actions for prioritized sectors.
  • 40. Examples of where has TRACE been deployed? • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Banja Luka | Sarajevo • Brazil: Belo Horizonte | Rio de Janeiro • Colombia: Bogota | Medellin • Ethiopia: Addis Ababa • Georgia: Tbilisi • Ghana: Accra • Kenya: Nairobi • Kosovo: Pristina • Indonesia: Surabaya • Macedonia: Skopje • Mexico: Leon | Puebla • Philippines: Cebu | Quezon City • Romania: Bra ovș | Cluj-Napoca | Craiova | Ia i | Ploie ti | Timi oaraș ș ș • Serbia: Belgrade • Sri Lanka: Colombo • Turkey: Gaziantep • Vietnam: Da Nang
  • 41. TRACE in Action • In Turkey, TRACE helped define the Sustainable Cities pillar in the World Bank’s Country Partnership Strategy for Turkey for 2012-15. Since then, the TRACE findings have informed the World Bank’s US$300 million programmatic lending to cities in Turkey. • In Brazil, TRACE was implemented in Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. In the latter, the findings have been incorporated in the city’s strategy and the “traffic optimization” recommendation has been implemented. In Rio de Janeiro, the World Bank’s Presidential Cities Task Force is preparing specific investments in the public lighting and buildings sectors, which were identified by TRACE as having the largest EE potential. • In Vietnam, the World Bank used TRACE to create city-level case studies, the results of which were subsequently used to create Sustainable Urban Energy Program Guidelines for cities across the East Asia and Pacific region. • In Romania, a World Bank team is deploying TRACE in seven fast-growing cities as part of the Romania Regional Development Program funded by the European Union. TRACE is being used to identify the specific investments to be funded under the program. • In Kenya, TRACE is being used to identify EE investments and prepare Nairobi’s EE action 41
  • 42. Is there training support to use TRACE? • A TRACE e-learning course was created in partnership with the World Bank Institute. http://einstitute.worldbank.org/ei/course/trace-how-use-tool-rapid- assessment-city-energy • ESMAP also provides group training to cities or implementing agencies planning to use TRACE. • ESMAP offers facilitated courses for free to users planning to use TRACE. These are offered online at a specified time to users around the world. Please contact esmap@worldbank.org if you are interested in the facilitated course. 42

Editor's Notes

  1. SE4All country action efforts focused especially on 30 countries in the first phase. SE4All Action Agendas, Investment Prospectuses, energy policies, rural electrification plans and strategies for scaling up clean cooking solutions. Commitments already put forward towards SE4All can halve energy poverty. The European Commission and individual European countries are committed, in support of SE4All, to support developing countries in their efforts to reduce energy poverty by more than half a billion people within two decades. SE4All has signed an Aide Memoire for Cooperation with Power Africa, a US initiative that aims to provide energy access to some 300 million people, to forge stronger cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa. New commitments continue to be made, while others are being scaled up. SE4All has built a strong network of regional and thematic hubs to support implementation. There are now ten thematic and regional hubs established within existing institutions around the world, including for Asia-Pacific in the Asian Development Bank with Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) and UNDP. Thematic hubs include the Energy Efficiency hub (Denmark/ Technical University of Denmark (DTU)/United Nations Environmental Programme(UNEP)), the Renewable Energy hub (IRENA), the Knowledge Management hub (World Bank), the Capacity Building in The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI), the Energy Efficiency Facilitation in the Energy Conservation Center (ECCJ/Japan) and a Bottom-of-the-Pyramid hub (UNDP). 50 High-Impact Opportunities (HIOs) – areas with significant potential to advance SE4All’s objectives – have been identified to date. Six of these HIOs are currently being operationalized: Clean Energy Mini-Grids, Phase-out of Gas Flaring, Energy and Women’s Health, Universal Adoption of Clean Cooking Solutions, Sustainable Bioenergy and the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. A framework has been developed for formalizing the scope, relationships, roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and monitoring and evaluation of the HIOs.
  2. Clear task by UNSG and WB 3 targets Herculian task Quiz – how many people worldwide die every year of indoor air pollution What is the global rate of improvement in EE? Renewable energy – how much for energy gloablly? How much for electricity? Access_ country action programmes RAGAs – Action plans/ investment prosppectuses RE – porjects done via IRENA EE – zoom into at this Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
  3. Clear task by UNSG and WB 3 targets Herculian task Quiz – how many people worldwide die every year of indoor air pollution What is the global rate of improvement in EE? Renewable energy – how much for energy gloablly? How much for electricity? Access_ country action programmes RAGAs – Action plans/ investment prosppectuses RE – porjects done via IRENA EE – zoom into at this Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform
  4. Lead Kandeh Yumkella GFT VIE and NY AB board EX Com Think tanks and donors Asian Hub in ADB (Jiwan and Ana) Japan on EE Partners worldwide Public private partnership
  5. SE4All country action efforts focused especially on 30 countries in the first phase. SE4All Action Agendas, Investment Prospectuses, energy policies, rural electrification plans and strategies for scaling up clean cooking solutions. Commitments already put forward towards SE4All can halve energy poverty. The European Commission and individual European countries are committed, in support of SE4All, to support developing countries in their efforts to reduce energy poverty by more than half a billion people within two decades. SE4All has signed an Aide Memoire for Cooperation with Power Africa, a US initiative that aims to provide energy access to some 300 million people, to forge stronger cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa. New commitments continue to be made, while others are being scaled up. SE4All has built a strong network of regional and thematic hubs to support implementation. There are now ten thematic and regional hubs established within existing institutions around the world, including for Asia-Pacific in the Asian Development Bank with Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) and UNDP. Thematic hubs include the Energy Efficiency hub (Denmark/ Technical University of Denmark (DTU)/United Nations Environmental Programme(UNEP)), the Renewable Energy hub (IRENA), the Knowledge Management hub (World Bank), the Capacity Building in The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI), the Energy Efficiency Facilitation in the Energy Conservation Center (ECCJ/Japan) and a Bottom-of-the-Pyramid hub (UNDP). 50 High-Impact Opportunities (HIOs) – areas with significant potential to advance SE4All’s objectives – have been identified to date. Six of these HIOs are currently being operationalized: Clean Energy Mini-Grids, Phase-out of Gas Flaring, Energy and Women’s Health, Universal Adoption of Clean Cooking Solutions, Sustainable Bioenergy and the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. A framework has been developed for formalizing the scope, relationships, roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and monitoring and evaluation of the HIOs.
  6. SE4All country action efforts focused especially on 30 countries in the first phase. SE4All Action Agendas, Investment Prospectuses, energy policies, rural electrification plans and strategies for scaling up clean cooking solutions. Commitments already put forward towards SE4All can halve energy poverty. The European Commission and individual European countries are committed, in support of SE4All, to support developing countries in their efforts to reduce energy poverty by more than half a billion people within two decades. SE4All has signed an Aide Memoire for Cooperation with Power Africa, a US initiative that aims to provide energy access to some 300 million people, to forge stronger cooperation in sub-Saharan Africa. New commitments continue to be made, while others are being scaled up. SE4All has built a strong network of regional and thematic hubs to support implementation. There are now ten thematic and regional hubs established within existing institutions around the world, including for Asia-Pacific in the Asian Development Bank with Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific (ESCAP) and UNDP. Thematic hubs include the Energy Efficiency hub (Denmark/ Technical University of Denmark (DTU)/United Nations Environmental Programme(UNEP)), the Renewable Energy hub (IRENA), the Knowledge Management hub (World Bank), the Capacity Building in The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI), the Energy Efficiency Facilitation in the Energy Conservation Center (ECCJ/Japan) and a Bottom-of-the-Pyramid hub (UNDP). 50 High-Impact Opportunities (HIOs) – areas with significant potential to advance SE4All’s objectives – have been identified to date. Six of these HIOs are currently being operationalized: Clean Energy Mini-Grids, Phase-out of Gas Flaring, Energy and Women’s Health, Universal Adoption of Clean Cooking Solutions, Sustainable Bioenergy and the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. A framework has been developed for formalizing the scope, relationships, roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and monitoring and evaluation of the HIOs.
  7. Preaching to the converted EE important 1)…. 2) COP 21 SE4All , G20 turning to SE4All, SDG nb 7, VEF 3) EE new buzzword also energy productivity
  8. What is the Global EE Platform ?
  9. The commitments focus on five energy efficiency sector initiatives, or “Accelerators”: Vehicle Fuel Efficiency. Ten countries (Bangladesh, Chile, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Nepal, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Uruguay and Vietnam) made firmer commitments to adopt and implement policies under the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI). Thirty more countries are working with GFEI at various stages of developing fuel economy policies. The goal of GFEI is to double the efficiency of all new vehicles by 2030 and all vehicles by 2050. This would save more than 1 gigaton of CO2 a year by 2025 and more than 2 gigatons annually by 2050.   Lighting Efficiency. 65 countries already committed to phasing out inefficient incandescent lamps by 2016, as part of the UNEP/GEF en.lighten partnership to improve efficiency of residential lighting. The latest countries announcing their commitments were: Cook Islands, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nepal, Palau, Peru, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. As a result, they will collectively save more than 2 terawatt hours in electricity consumption yearly, reducing by 440 kilotonnes their emissions of CO2 and lowering their electricity bills by more than $270 million each year. Partners of the initiative include Australia, the National Lighting Test Center of China and businesses such as Philips Lighting and Osram.   Efficient Appliances. Twenty-eight countries have expressed their willingness to join a new Global Partnership on Appliances and Equipment, which seeks to improve energy performance standards for large appliances. The use of high-efficiency air conditioners, refrigerators and fans alone in these countries will reduce electricity consumption by 165 TWh per year, avoiding emission of 54 million tonnes of GHGs annually, and saving more than $22 billion in electricity bills each year. The governments in Latin America and the Caribbean are: Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay; and in Southern Africa: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Private sector partners include ABB, MABE and Bosch-Siemens Hausgeraete.   Building Efficiency. A new initiative is being launched to help city, state, regional and national governments speed up adoption of policies that promote energy-efficient buildings. National and municipal governments launching the partnership include Copenhagen (Denmark), Lima (Peru), Mexico City (Mexico), Milwaukee (USA) and Toyama (Japan). Among the business partners supporting the process are Johnson Controls, Velux, Philips and United Technologies.   District Energy Systems. This new initiative aims to support cities or regional and national governments develop, retrofit or scale-up district energy systems. These systems consolidate the provision of heating and cooling to a group of buildings, often using waste heat from an industrial facility. Cities interested in joining this initiative include: Anshan (Liaoning Province, China), Betim (Brazil), Bogotá (Colombia), Focsani (Romania), Helsinki (Finland), Jinan (Shandong Province, China), London (UK), Milano (Italy), Nairobi (Kenya), Paris (France), Quito (Ecuador), Recife (Brazil), San Jose (Costa Rica), Santiago de Cali (Colombia), Seoul (Republic of Korea), Sorocaba (Brazil), St. Paul (USA), Vancouver (Canada) and Vaxjo (Sweden). Action by these 19 cities could avoid more than five Mt of CO2 emissions annually. Private sector partners include: Danfoss, Grundfos, Siemens, Vattenfall, Veolia, Climespace and Empower. Industry Accelerator: Wants to involve 100 countries until COP21 - UNIDO, TERI , IIP - The industrial sector accounted for about 29% of the total final energy demand in 20111. Not only will industry continue to remain one of the major energy consuming sectors, but its share in the total final global energy consumption will be higher than present levels. Demand for energy use in the industrial sector over the next two decades is expected to rise at rates higher than in the transport and building sectors because of its potential to contribute to higher economic growth and job opportunities. Widespread adoption of energy efficiency measures could reduce industrial energy use by over 25%. That potential is significant: it represents 3.92 Gt CO2
  10. Review existing policies and define SE4ALL Building Efficiency Policy commitment(s) Define project actions for implementation in the partnership Share and engage with cities on project tracking/reporting requirements Initial discussion on support needs/funding
  11. What is the Global EE Platform ?
  12. Examples include citywide indicators (such as energy consumption per unit of the city’s GDP) and sector-specific variables (such as electricity consumption per light pole). City authorities can compare their city’s performance against peer cities on any of the key performance indicators. They can also choose the comparison cities based on population size, climate conditions, human development index, and any other criteria 2) This module uses three functions—potential for improvement, sector energy spending, and city authority control—to prioritize sectors. The “potential for improvement” indicates the scope of EE improvement that the city may realize if it were to match the average of better-performing comparator cities. The “sector energy spending” captures the total amount of money that the city spends in the sector on energy. The “city authority control” allows the user to specify the degree of influence the city authority has in the sector. 3) TRACE contains a set of 60 EE interventions that combines a blend of both high-level strategic programs and specific activities that the city can pursue. These recommendations are supported by a database of 191 global case studies that link to additional resources and software tools that can help the city implement EE measures. Each recommendation is rated on three attributes: (i) energy savings potential, (ii) initial implementation cost, and (iii) speed of implementation. These are used to help the city prioritize activities in an action plan. In order to synthesize recommendations appropriate for a city, TRACE enables the user to match city capability to the capabilities required to implement each recommendation. City officials can then select a set of recommendations deemed socially and economically viable. A detailed analysis is available for each recommendation to help users quantify the potential energy savings
  13. 1) WBI requires that users create an account to access the course.     2)These can be provided in person or via video depending on resource availability. Please contact esmap@worldbank.org if you are a city team or implementing agency interested in the training.