Day 1 Energy Profile of RCREEE Member Sates


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Evaluation of National policies in the field of Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Air Defence House (Tebarose), Cairo, Egypt
19 - 20 December, 2010

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Day 1 Energy Profile of RCREEE Member Sates

  1. 1. Energy Profile of RCREEE Member Sates RE&EE National Policies Evaluation Workshop Cairo, December, 19th – 20th, 2010 Air Defense House (Tebarose) Ashraf KraidyRegional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
  2. 2. RCREEE Member States: RCREEE has ten founding members from the MENA region. The set up is sponsored by Egypt (also the host country), Germany, the EU and Denmark.
  3. 3. RCREEE Member States Categorizationin terms of EnergyApproximately net energy exporters Importers and Exporters Libya Approximately Algeria Egypt Net Energy Syria importers Tunisia Yemen Jordan Lebanon Palestine Morocco
  4. 4. Energy IndependencyEnergy Independency in some of RCREEE countries 2008 Energy Independency = Domestic demand – Domestic supply Domestic demand = net imports Domestic demandSource: Pan Blue Project
  5. 5. Energy intensities for Member Statesdifferent baseat market prices in 2005) money, PPP or market rates.(kgoe/$US GDP years, real or currentThe energy intensity of an economy depends strongly on thestructure of the economy;Economies that emphasize heavy industry will normally have higherenergy intensities than economies that are characterized by highvalue added businesses and services.Energy intensity is mainly useful to examine trends; and it is not avalue judgment on the performance of EE.
  6. 6. Energy Intensity for the Region(kgoe/$US at market prices in 2005 $)
  7. 7. Energy per Capita in Member StatesToe per capita per year Libya 0.5 and 1.5 toe per capita per year
  8. 8. Energy per Capita in comparator groupsToe per capita per year Less than 4 toe/year in Europe and 7 in the USA Below the world average of nearly 2 toe per year
  9. 9. Electricity Intensity Electricity intensity in RECREEE and other regions (kWh/$1990)
  10. 10. Electricity Intensity Electricity intensity in RECREEE and other regions (kWh/$1990) Electricity is heavily consumed in non-productive sectors Sectors that have no input to GDP
  11. 11. Economic potentials of renewable energiesfor electricity generation Economic potentials of renewable energies for electricity generation in RCREEE member states (TWh /a ) Source: German Aerospace Center DLR (2005)
  12. 12. EE&RE National Targets
  13. 13. National Targets for Renewable Energy National Targets for Date of Energy EfficiencyCountry Targets Achieving Date of TargetJordan 2020 %10 (of P.E) Countries AchievingTunisia 2014 %4 (of P.E) (2007- 1% per AlgeriaAlgeria 2030 %10 (of E.E) 2011) year Syria 2030 %4.3 (of P.E) (2020) 12% Morocco 2020 %12 (of E.E) (2030) 15%Lebanon Tunisia (2011) 20% 2020 %10 Libya 2030 %25 (of E.E) Egypt (2022) 8.3% Egypt 2020 %20 (of E.E) Jordan (2020) 20%Morocco 2020 %42 (of E.E) Yemen (2025) 15% EE
  14. 14. Thanks for your attention