Euro-MediterraneanEnergy Market Integration Project  Germany  France  Lebanon                                            T...
Political support at theHeads of States leveland at the Minister’sLevelBased on EC End UseEnergy efficiencyDirective 200...
Chapter 1           Purpose and scope of workArticle I: Purpose(A)The provision of indicative targets, as well as mechanis...
Chapter 2/Article 3-1 indicative target in GWhr set                                                         2020Indicative...
Chapter 2: General Targets       Article III: The general targetAnnex B provides samples for eligible measuresMeasurement...
indicative target in GWhr set and calculated in Indicative                                                             202...
Planning    1st NEEAP            2st NEEAP                 3st NEEAP                                     Review           ...
Chapter 3: Article 4                   Exemplary role of the public sectorIt requires each government to make sure that th...
Chapter 4: Article 5                                Energy distributors       offer aggregated statistical information an...
Chapter 4: Article 6                             Availability of information     MS shall ensure that information on ener...
Chapter 4: Article 7Technical competence, objectivity & reliability      Governments to ensure the availability of appropr...
Chapter 4: Article 8      Financial instruments for energy savings  Governments must make sure no legislation exists that ...
Chapter 4: Article 10                Financial resources & mechanisms  Governments to make available the required financia...
Chapter 5: Article 12                              The Committee  The “RE/EE Expert Committee” established by the decision...
Approach in development of NEEAP                                     Arab EE                               National Energy...
Successful NEEAP                                     Arab EE Day         Long Term                                        ...
Watch                                Best practices                  Awareness                    National                ...
Thank YouThis project is fundedby the European Union
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RCREEE Continues Supporting the Implementation of the Arab EE Guideline November 23, 2011

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Session 1:General requirement of the Arab EE Guideline

  1. 1. Euro-MediterraneanEnergy Market Integration Project Germany France Lebanon The General Requirements of the Belgium Arab Energy Efficiency Guideline Khartoum, 21 November 2011 Ammar Al-Taher MED-EMIP “The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union”. This project is funded by the European Union 1
  2. 2. Political support at theHeads of States leveland at the Minister’sLevelBased on EC End UseEnergy efficiencyDirective 2006/32/ECContext/Background ,5 chapters, 13 articles,definitions and 4annexes This project is funded by the European Union
  3. 3. Chapter 1 Purpose and scope of workArticle I: Purpose(A)The provision of indicative targets, as well as mechanisms, incentives andinstitutional frameworks, financial and legal measures required to remove thebarriers and flaws existing in the market which impede the efficient end-use ofenergy.(B)Creating the appropriate conditions for the development and promotion of amarket for energy services in addition to the delivery of other necessarymeasures to improve energy efficiency to end-users.Article II: Scope of work:providersof services to improve energy efficiency,energy suppliers, energy distribution systems operators, energy sellingcompanies,and energy end-users, This project is funded by the European Union 3
  4. 4. Chapter 2/Article 3-1 indicative target in GWhr set 2020Indicativerh WG and calculated in accordance to annex A 2020 Target % target 8 9 7 today 6 4 5 3 1 2 Baseline 1 6002 7002 800 2 90 02 1102 2102 3102 410 2 510 2 61 02 7102 8 102 9102 0202 0 102 This project is funded by the European Union Time
  5. 5. Chapter 2: General Targets Article III: The general targetAnnex B provides samples for eligible measuresMeasurement and verification of savings will be prepared later by RCREEE as part of their watch roleEach MS :  to prepare a 3 year NEEAP with an interim target.  A new 3 year NEEAP is to be prepared after the completion of the old one  to implement necessary measures  Assign the Responsibility for oversight coordination and reporting to one or more new or existing authorities or agencies.  The NEEAP is to be reviewed annually to make sure that it fulfills its objectives. This project is funded by the European Union
  6. 6. indicative target in GWhr set and calculated in Indicative 2020 3st G interimrh W accordance to annex A 2st Target target interim target 1st interim 8 9 target 7 today 6 4 5 3 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 3st NEEAP 1 2 3 2st NEEAP 1 1st NEEAP 6002 7002 800 2 90 02 1102 2102 3102 410 2 510 2 61 02 7102 8 102 9102 0202 0 102 This project is funded by the European Union Time
  7. 7. Planning 1st NEEAP 2st NEEAP 3st NEEAP Review Review Review ControlThis project is fundedby the European Union
  8. 8. Chapter 3: Article 4 Exemplary role of the public sectorIt requires each government to make sure that the public sector: is under this Guideline. Sample measures are listed in annex B to be effective in telling consumers about the exemplary role and actions of the public sector in saving energy to include guidelines for using energy savings as an assessment criterion in competitive tendering for public contracts select two mandatory measures from a list in Annex C, requiring energy- efficient public procurement, energy audits, energy performance contracting,…. to assign the administrative and executive responsibility for implementing the requirements of this chapter to a mandated entity. These agencies must co-operate with the LAS in the promotion of awareness of best energy saving practices, including on public procurement They can impose public service obligations regarding energy efficiency on those operating in the electricity sectors (G,T&D). This project is funded by the European Union
  9. 9. Chapter 4: Article 5 Energy distributors offer aggregated statistical information annually must not do anything to hinder the development of, or impede the market for, the delivery of energy efficiency do one or more of the following: 1. Offer competitively priced energy services to customers 2. Offer their customers competitively priced energy audits, and/or energy efficiency improvements 3. Make equivalent finance to delivering the above available to fund energy audits Providing information to end users through different media channels including the electricity bills. This project is funded by the European Union
  10. 10. Chapter 4: Article 6 Availability of information MS shall ensure that information on energy efficiency mechanisms and financial & legal frameworks adopted with the aim of reaching the national indicative saving target is transparent and widely disseminated to the relevant market actors They also ensure that greater efforts are made to promote end use efficiency . They shall establish appropriate conditions and incentives for market operators to provide more information and advise to end users LAS will ensure the widespread dissemination of best energy-saving practices in MS as well as working on learning from similar international experiences This project is funded by the European Union
  11. 11. Chapter 4: Article 7Technical competence, objectivity & reliability Governments to ensure the availability of appropriate qualifications, accreditation and certification schemes for the: providers of energy services, energy audits and energy efficiency improvement schemes. This project is funded by the European Union
  12. 12. Chapter 4: Article 8 Financial instruments for energy savings Governments must make sure no legislation exists that unnecessarily or disproportionately impedes or restricts the use of financial instruments for energy savings - unless these are of a clearly fiscal nature. . Requires governments to restructure its electric tariff, in order to promote energy efficiency. without adversely affecting targeted social segments,This project is fundedby the European Union
  13. 13. Chapter 4: Article 10 Financial resources & mechanisms Governments to make available the required financial resources to support and implements it energy efficiency programs and other measures for promoting energy efficiency as well as improving the market for energy efficiency services (i.e. energy efficiency subsidy funds) Governments to ensure the availability of efficient, high-quality energy audit schemes that can be carried out in an independent manner by ESCOs and Distribution Co. These should identify energy efficiency improvement measuresThis project is fundedby the European Union
  14. 14. Chapter 5: Article 12 The Committee The “RE/EE Expert Committee” established by the decision of the Council of Arab Electricity Minister no 127 and it supporting working teams are mandated the responsibility of the implementation of this Guideline in coordination with regional and international organizations and specialized research center MS to implement the needed legislation and administration for the implementation of this Guideline when they see appropriate. Ms states to submit to LAS their relevant national legislation in relation to the adoption of the directive on the national level.This project is fundedby the European Union
  15. 15. Approach in development of NEEAP Arab EE National Energy Strategy & Guideline Legislation Mandated Entity Targets & Adoption Implementing instruments Measurement & Sector programs & EE Measures verification/RCREEE•National energy end-use •Industries •Article IV: End-Use Energy •measurements and verification efficiency improvement target •Commercial Efficiency in the Public Sector •Top-down according to Arab EE Guideline •Article V: Energy distributors, •Residential •Bottom-up distribution systems operators, •Water pumping and retail energy sale •Agriculture companies •Article VI: Availability of Country Specific information •Article VII: Available of qualification, accreditation and certificates schemes •Article VIII: Financial instruments for energy conservation •Article IX: Tariff structure of electricity •Article X: Financial resources and funding mechanisms •Article XI: Energy audit studies This project is funded by the European Union
  16. 16. Successful NEEAP Arab EE Day Long Term EE Measures (1 article) Enablers Follow up (12 articles) Political Support Benchmarking Best Practices External WatchThis project is fundedby the European Union
  17. 17. Watch Best practices Awareness National M&E Adoption Penchmarking Targets Financial Financial Instruments Residential resources Sector EE Measures Targets Role of Public Sector Commerci Industrial al Sector Sector EE Tariff Structure EE Measures Indicators Measures Role of Elec. Co. Energy Audit Studies Availability of information Funding ESCOs MechanismsThis project is fundedby the European Union
  18. 18. Thank YouThis project is fundedby the European Union

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