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

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  • End Use Energy Efficiency Workshop, Tunisia 26-27 July,2010
  • session 6 indicative targets

    1. 1. Appraisal methodologies for EE program Regional Workshop “Implementation of the Arab EE Guideline:The General requirements and the EE targets and measures” Khartoum, 21-22 November, 2011 Ashraf Kraidy Senior Expert Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
    2. 2. Article III: General Target1- Member States aim to achieve comprehensive national energysavings (to be determined upon the adoption of this guideline) by2020. The national indicative targets are to be reached throughenergy services and other measures to improve energy efficiency.The Member States shall take reasonable and practical cost-effective measures which will lead to and contribute to theachievement of this target.
    3. 3. Article III: General Target2 - Each of the Member States shall develop a NEEAP and take thenecessary measures to improve energy efficiency by assigning theresponsibility for overall control and overseeing of its NEEAP regardingthe goal stated in paragraph 1 above to one or more of the existing ornew bodies which will later verify the energy savings that have beenreached for energy services and other measures to improve energyefficiency, including the existing national measures to improve energyefficiency, and subsequently submit a report on the results.3 - The National Energy Efficiency Plan (NEEAP) shall be prepared fora period of three years with and indicative target from the date ofadoption of this guideline and is reviewed annually to ensure theachievement of its objectives. A new plan shall be developed before thecompletion of the previous one.
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    5. 5. Appraisal ConsiderationsWhen energy efficiency is adopted as a worthwhilenational goal, and especially in case public money isspent towards furthering this goal, it is of vitalimportance that energy efficiency can be properlymeasured, and its development over time can betracked.However, energy efficiency is not an easily definedquantity, nor can changes in energy consumption beeasily traced back to energy efficiency efforts.
    6. 6. Program Implementation Cycle With Appraisal Activities
    7. 7. Comparison of Energy Use Before andAfter a Program is Implemented
    8. 8. EE Programs Appraisal TypesImpact Appraisal•Determine the impacts (e.g., energy and demand savings)•Define co-benefits (e.g., avoided emissions, health benefits, jobcreation, energy security, transmission/distribution benefits, andwater savings) that directly result from a program.•Support cost-effectiveness analyses aimed at identifying relativeprogram costs and benefits.
    9. 9. EE Programs Appraisal TypesProcess Appraisal•Assess program delivery, from design to implementation,•Identify bottlenecks, efficiencies, what worked, what did not work,constraints, and potential improvements. Timeliness•Identifying opportunities for improvement is essential to makingcorrections along the way.
    10. 10. EE Programs Appraisal Types Market effects Appraisal• Estimate a program’s influence on encouraging future energy efficiency projects because of changes in the energy marketplace.• Assess market transformation elements and objectives.
    11. 11. Appraisal ToolsNEEAPs for Arab States
    12. 12. Data Availability National Polices and TargetsAppraisal Tools Selected Measures Assessment Level
    13. 13. Appraisal Tools of MeasuresEE Program for Building Savings per building total consumption W/m2 Indicator monitoring Energy Labeling for Buildings
    14. 14. Measure Design Appraisal Tool CFL Program Number of CFL Distributed Installed Replaced
    15. 15. Measure Design Appraisal Tool 1- Priorities efforts towards the measure 2- Design effective process 3- Track progress towards formulated objectives
    16. 16. Two Directional Appraisal Tools Selection Methodology
    17. 17. Conclusion- The ‘best’ appraisal tool is the onethat matches the measure objective theclosest,- Different policy objective requires adifferent indicator
    18. 18. Thanks for your Attention www.rcreee.orgRegional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy EfficiencyNasr City, Cairo, EgyptTel. +2 02 241 54 691Fax +2 02 241 54 661Eng. Ashraf