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session 4 NEEAP Bahrain

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RCREEE Continues Supporting the Implementation of the Arab EE Guideline
23 November 2011

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session 4 NEEAP Bahrain

  1. 1. NEEAP Bahrain: 3 EE Measures Ali Ashoor Abdullatif Electricity & Water Authority - Bahrain Khartoum 22 November 2011
  2. 2. NEEAP Bahrain: 3 EE MeasuresIntroductionMajor Electricity Sectors inBahrainNEEAP Bahrain: 3 EE Measures
  3. 3. Sources of Energy Gas, 87% Oi l, 13%
  4. 4. Sources of Energy in Bahrain ; EWA; 40% Gas, 87% ; ALBA; Oi l, 13% 25% ; OTHER; 9% ; BAPCO; ; GPIC; 18% 8%
  5. 5. Key Electricity Indicators Indicator 2010Intensity 1.15 KWh/$National Consumption 24957 GWhProjected Growth Rate 6.5%Share of Electricity 63%Share of Electricity by SectorIndustrial 52%Residential 27%Commercial 21%Marginal Cost of KWh 0.0584 $/KwhElectrification Rate 100%
  6. 6. Major Electricity Sectors 27% 52% 21% Residential Commercial Industrial
  7. 7. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013 Sector EE Measure RemarksCommercial Thermal Insulation in Government Comm Buildings Order 2000Residential Thermal Insulation in Government Resid. Buildings Order 2011Residential Improve EE in Lighting Cabinet Approval 2012-2013
  8. 8. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Sector 1: Commercial ElectricityTitle and description of Implementation savings for the EE measure period the years 2011-2013Thermal Insulation 2000 - Present 200 GWhrBylaw in Commercial /yearBuildings
  9. 9. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Details of the MeasureTitle of the measure Thermal Insulation Bylaw in Commercial BuildingsObjective To reduce Cooling Load requirements for new buildingsDescription of the measure Enforce Bylaw and associated technical regulationsImplementing agency Electricity & Water Authority - BahrainStakeholders involved Municipalities, Eng offices, Contractors, Building ownersTarget group Commercial SectorProgram cost Negligible admin feesTotal resource cost NONECost / kWh saved 0Reduction of subsidies (22-16)/1000*200000*1000 = B.D. 1,200,000 per yearSource of funding NONEFinancial instruments NONEAwareness Booklets, brochures, press releases, video clips, interviews, etcMonitoring and quantification of impact Historical Data + Assessing Sector’s growth rate
  10. 10. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Sector 2: Residential ElectricityTitle and description of Implementation savings for the EE measure period the years 2011-2013Thermal Insulation 2011 - 215 GWhrBylaw in Residential /yearBuildings
  11. 11. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Details of the MeasureTitle of the measure Thermal Insulation Bylaw in Residential BuildingsObjective To reduce Cooling Load requirements for new buildingsDescription of the measure Enforce Bylaw and associated technical regulationsImplementing agency Electricity & Water Authority - BahrainStakeholders involved Municipalities, Eng offices, Contractors, Building ownersTarget group Residential SectorProgram cost Negligible admin feesTotal resource cost B.D. 122000 Per YearCost / kWh saved = 122000/(215000*1000) =B.D. 0.000567Reduction of subsidies (22-6)/1000*215000*1000 = B.D. 3,440,000 per yearSource of funding GovernmentFinancial instruments NONEAwareness Booklets, brochures, press releases, video clips, interviews, etcMonitoring and quantification of impact Historical Data + Assessing Sector’s growth rate
  12. 12. Thermal Insulation Program
  13. 13. ‫‪Thermal Insulation Program‬‬ ‫00003‬ ‫00052‬ ‫00002‬‫‪GWh‬‬ ‫00051‬ ‫00001‬ ‫0005‬ ‫باعد االاعزلا االاحارااري‬ ‫0‬ ‫قبالا االاعزلا االاحارااري‬ ‫08‬ ‫28‬ ‫48‬ ‫68‬ ‫88‬ ‫09‬ ‫29‬ ‫49‬ ‫69‬ ‫89‬ ‫00‬ ‫20‬ ‫40‬ ‫60‬ ‫80‬ ‫01‬ ‫21‬ ‫41‬ ‫61‬ ‫81‬ ‫02‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫02‬ ‫91‬ ‫91‬ ‫02‬ ‫‪Year‬‬
  14. 14. Improve Energy Efficiency in Lighting
  15. 15. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Sector 2: Residential Electricity Title and description of Implementation savings for the EE measure period the years 2011-2013Improve Energy 2012 - 510 GWhrEfficiency in Lighting: /yearReplace all Inc. Lampswith CFL Lamps
  16. 16. Improve E.E. in Res Lighting•To Replace IncandescentLamps with CFL Lamps•Residential sector•2012-2013•Ban Incandescent Lamps•Approved by Cabinet
  17. 17. Planned & Ongoing EE Measures 2011-2013Details of the MeasureTitle of the measure Improve Energy Efficiency in Residential LightingObjective To improve the lighting efficiency in Residential SectorDescription of the measure To replace inc. lamps with CFL in Residential sector & ban Inc.Implementing agency Electricity & Water Authority - BahrainStakeholders involved MOF, WB, Consumers’ Protection SocietyTarget group Residential SectorProgram cost B.D. 3,000,000Total resource cost NONECost / kWh saved = 3,000,000/(510*1000*1000) =B.D. 0.00588Reduction of subsidies (22-6)/1000*510*1000*1000 = B.D. 8,160,000 per yearSource of funding GovernmentFinancial instruments CDM may be considered laterAwareness Booklets, brochures, press releases, video clips, interviews, etcMonitoring and quantification of impact Historical Data + Other studies
  18. 18. Summary of EE Measures Sector EE Implementation Annual Measure Period SavingCommercial Thermal 2000 - present 200 GWH Insulation in 20-30 Commercial MW Peak BuildingsResidential Thermal 2011- 215 GWH Insulation in 20-30 Residential MW Peak BuildingsResidential Improve EE 2012-2014 510 GWH in Lighting ~ 70 MW
  19. 19. Thank you

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