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04 peter ujehelyi the role_of_energy_centre


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04 peter ujehelyi the role_of_energy_centre

  1. 1. The role of the Energy Efficiency, Environment and Energy Information Agency in RES Promotion<br />Final International Conference PVS in BLOOM<br />Hungary – Budapest22th September 2011<br />Peter UjhelyiProject manager International Relations Energy Centre<br />
  2. 2. The Company<br /><ul><li>Belongs to the Ministry of National Development</li></ul>Background institution<br /> Energy efficiency<br />Renewable energy sources <br /><ul><li>cca. 330 FTEs
  3. 3. Main activities:
  4. 4. Energy statistics</li></ul>National Statistical Data Collection Program<br />International: International Energy Agency, EUROSTAT, United Nations<br /><ul><li>Management of Energy Saving Credit Fund</li></ul>(German Coal Aid Revolving Fund)<br /><ul><li>Management of national and EU funds</li></ul>2001–2009: National Energy Saving Program<br />2009–2012: Green Investment Scheme<br />2004–2006: Environment and Infrastructure Operational Program <br />2007–2013: Environment and Energy Operational Program<br /><ul><li>Energy Agency activities
  5. 5. Managing EU projectsInterreg, IEE, 7thFP
  6. 6. CA RES, 4 Biomass, Geo.Power, M2RES</li></li></ul><li>EU 2020<br />2009: Renewable Energy Directive<br />EU target: 20%<br />Hungarian target: 13%<br />Hungarian National Renewable Energy Action Plan 14,65%<br />
  7. 7. Renewable energy share in power, heating/cooling and transport sector - Hungary<br />2010.<br />2020.<br /> Renewable share: 7,4%<br /> Renewable share: 14,65%<br />
  8. 8. Energy Saving Credit Fund (German Coal Aid Revolving Fund)<br /><ul><li>operating continuously from 1991 with 1.2 billion HUF (currently 2.5billion HUF)
  9. 9. available credit with preferential interest rate is 200 million HUF
  10. 10. expected equity (own source) is 10%
  11. 11. preferential interestrate: 1/4of the Central Bank base rate
  12. 12. duration is maximum 6 years
  13. 13. administered by the Energy Centre Non-profit Ltd. and the Commercial and Credit Bank (K&H)</li></li></ul><li>Residential tenders<br />Green Investment System (16,6 Billion HUF)<br /><ul><li>renovation or replacement of doors and windows
  14. 14. heat insulation of frontals and roofs;
  15. 15. modernization and renovation of building engineering systems
  16. 16. increasing renewable energy usage
  17. 17. enhancing the summer heat protection of buildings</li></li></ul><li>Energy Centre as an Intermediate Body<br />European Commission<br />DG REGIO<br />NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY<br />ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMMES<br />EEOPMA<br />Energy Centre<br />EEOP IB<br />BENEFICIARIES<br />
  18. 18. EU Funds in Hungary 2007-2013<br />Environment <br />and energy<br />22,4 billion EUR<br />Social<br /> infrastucture<br />E-gov.<br />State<br /> Reform<br />Central <br />Hungary<br />Social <br />renewal<br />Regional<br />Transport<br />Economy<br />
  19. 19. Sources for Environment and Energy<br />Cohesion Fund<br />429 M €<br />ISPA<br />336 M €<br />PHARE<br />100 M €<br />LIFE<br />19 M €<br /> ERDF <br />168 M €<br />2000-2006<br />ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTMENTS<br />2007-2013<br />ESF<br />11,2 M €<br />Cohesion Fund<br />3.797,6 M €<br />ERDF<br />361 M €<br />LIFE<br />35 M €<br />
  20. 20. Environment and Energy Operational Programme (EEOP)<br />
  21. 21. EEOP<br />
  22. 22. Receipt & registration <br />of submitted applications<br />Completion of missing/wrong <br />documents<br />Completeness check<br />Formal & <br />entitlement check<br />Admission or refusal of <br />the submitted application<br />Formal check of re-<br />submitted documents<br />Content check<br />Informing the applicant <br />about the decision<br />Project selecting committee<br />(decision proposal)‏<br />Managing Authority decision<br />The application and selection procedure<br />
  23. 23. EEOP- 4<br />Increase of the use of renewable energy resources<br /><ul><li>usage of solar energy;
  24. 24. usage and processing of biomass,
  25. 25. development and enlargement of systems generating andusing biogas from solid and/or liquid material, landfill gas for heat consumption
  26. 26. geothermal energy utilization,
  27. 27. installation of heat pump systems,
  28. 28. renewable energy utilization for cooling,
  29. 29. establishment of communal district heating systems using renewable energy sources.
  30. 30. electricity generation from solar energy,
  31. 31. biomass utilization for electricity or combined heat and power,
  32. 32. production and utilization of biogas,
  33. 33. utilization of geothermal energy,
  34. 34. utilization of wind energy,
  35. 35. combining renewable energy sources.</li></li></ul><li>Heating/Cooling and electricity simplified system<br />
  36. 36. Heating and cooling<br />
  37. 37. Electricity, CHP and Biomethane<br />
  38. 38. The day-to-day activities<br /><ul><li>Consultancy for the applicants
  39. 39. Efficient communication: Roadshow, Workshops,Meetings for the final beneficiaries, Conferences
  40. 40. Opportunities for personal consultations
  41. 41. Preparation of the draft templates of Call for Proposals and Support Contract
  42. 42. Transact or modify contracts
  43. 43. Monitoring the progress of the project
  44. 44. On-the-spot inspections
  45. 45. Certification of the contractors performance
  46. 46. Examination of the eligibility of invoices</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for your attention! <br /><br /><br />