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  1. 1. EG.EUREM.NET EUROPEAN ENERGY MANAGER TRAINING SLASH YOUR ENERGY BILL AND REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINTArnulf Knorr,Beirut, 2012-05-07 http://eg.eurem.net http://eg.eurem.net 1
  2. 2. Motivation & background“Rational use of energy providing necessary energy services” SHW testing unit, ITW/TZS/Germany, 1990-1996 SHW testing + training unit, ENIT/Tunisia, 1992 SHW testing unit, RSS/Jordan, 1996 Solar industry program, Central America, 1996-1998 National and regional QI/MSTQ, Latin America, 2001-2009 EE + RE training program, ASI/El Salvador, 2009-2011 EUREM training, GACIC/Egypt, since 2011 http://eg.eurem.net 2
  3. 3. Why invest in energy efficiency? 1.8000  USD/l   Energy prices are constantly rising 1.6000  USD/l   worldwide 1.4000  USD/l   1.2000  USD/l   Plans to adopt market prices pipelined 1.000  USD/l   as high subsidies (energy) are reducing the financial leeway of countries .8000  USD/l   i.e. Egypt FY 2009/10: 21% budget, 73% all .6000  USD/l   subsidies (11bnUSD), ~12% of GDP (23bnUSD) .4000  USD/l   .2000  USD/l   Energy efficient production = .000  USD/l   competitive advantage 1998   2000   2002   2004   2006   2008   2010   (reduced specific costs & market access) Germany-­‐Diesel   China-­‐Diesel   USA-­‐Diesel   Crude  Oil   Egypt  -­‐Diesel   http://eg.eurem.net 3
  4. 4. How to !invest in energy efficiency ? Gain specific expertise! a certified Energy Manager Identify potential improvements! a energy concept (coached company specific pilot project) Define technical and financial feasibility, decide priorities! a revised first energy concept ready to implement Implement and monitor improvements! a preferential conditions with national RE&EE fund - planned a benchmarking and monitoring group - planned, regional links a international network of EURopean Energy Managers http://eg.eurem.net 4
  5. 5. History 1992  Establishing  CCI  User  Club  Energy   1997  Pilot  project  ‘Energy-­‐half’,  training  +  on-­‐site  advice   1999  First  training  ‘Energy  Manager  (CCI)’      in  Nuremberg  (DE)   Since  2000  Courses  all  over  Germany   2003  Start  of  EUREM  I,  IntroducUon  of  EnergyManager      training  program  in  European  Union  (4  partners)   2006  Start  of  EUREM.NET      (15  partners,  13  EU  countries)   2007  -­‐  Start  of  EUREM.NET  in     2010  ArgenUna,  Brazil,  Chile,  China,  Uruguay   2011  “regionalizing”  of  trainings  materials       2012  Start  of  EG.EUREM.NET     2012/3  planned  start  MA.EUREM.NET  and  then  …     http://eg.eurem.net 5
  6. 6. PPP EUREM EGYPT2011/13 PPP program chamber program (2011/3) PPP partners MoU Cooperation http://eg.eurem.net 6
  7. 7. Concept Target start energy saving projects to reduce energy costsTarget group TrainerManagement level •  Expert of high quality•  Plant- / Utility Manager •  local and practical long-•  Process- / Maintenance term experience Engineer Methods Learning by doing Contents •  Case studies •  Management •  Project works with •  Technology tutoring system http://eg.eurem.net 7
  8. 8. TrainerWhat marks the team of trainers? Expert knowledge, international and specific for the region Many years of professional working experience in the region Rich project experience in the region Knowledge in vocal education http://eg.eurem.net 8
  9. 9. ContentContents of the training – Management Energy management systems (i.e. ISO 50000 series, internal audits) Economic calculation Energy contracting Project management Energy purchasing, energy trade Energy legislation, rules & standards Climate protection management, emissions trading, CDM http://eg.eurem.net 9
  10. 10. ContentContents of the training – Engineering Basics of energy engineering  Lighting Building physics  Electrical drives Energy-conscious building  Process heat and renovation  Ventilation & Air conditioning Heating engineering &  Refrigeration engineering geothermal energy  Compressed air Cogeneration  Green-IT Solar technology  Process and load management Energy from biomass  Monitoring and control systems http://eg.eurem.net 10
  11. 11. Methods - Preparation material - training & eforum http://eg.eurem.net 11
  12. 12. Methods - Presentation slides - training & eforum http://eg.eurem.net 12
  13. 13. Methods – Case studies - training & eforum http://eg.eurem.net 13
  14. 14. Methods – Calculation tools - training & eforum http://eg.eurem.net 14
  15. 15. Methods - Checklists - training & eforum http://eg.eurem.net 15
  16. 16. Networking strengthens – the EnergyManager community real 1st International Conference for European EnergyManagers in March 2009 in Nuremberg, Germany2nd International Conference for EuropeanEnergyManagers in April 2010 in Vienna, Austria 3rd International Conference for European EnergyManagers in November 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic http://eg.eurem.net 16
  17. 17. Networking strengthens – the EnergyManager community virtual http://eg.eurem.net http://eg.eurem.net 17
  18. 18. Target groupEUREM Energy Manager Candidates The energy manager must be a senior manager, who has access to the board, to identify, design, implement and monitor energy efficiency measures in the context of a company’s sustainable energy policy. Company culture in the region makes it some times difficult, if not impossible, for non-senior management staff to influence decisions. The role of an energy manager is to create a culture within an organization with the assistance of employees in all levels, and thereby make energy efficiency a regular business practice. Typically EM are Plant- / Utility Managers or Process- / Maintenance Engineers, pro-active respected personalities with adequate technical background http://eg.eurem.net 18
  19. 19. Target group EUREM Energy Manager Participants Egypt  Activity of companies (13)   Participants (21) §  Machines (1) §  Compliance Manager (1) §  Carpets (1) §  Electrical Department Manager (1) §  Cement (1) §  Electromechanical Installation Manager (1) §  Ceramics (4) §  Energy Efficiency Specialist (4) §  Construction (2) §  Engineer (3) §  Electrical (1) §  General Manager (3) §  Food (1) §  Manager (3) §  Government (1) §  Section Head (2) §  IT (1) §  Senior Electrical Engineer (1) §  Technical Support Engineer (1) §  Workshop Manager (1) http://eg.eurem.net 19
  20. 20. Agenda EG2012_01 arecertification 2 e-concepts & refresher / test Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep … 3 years …Seminar TestModuleseForum /self studies CertificatePutting intoaction: Draft Presentationpilot projectBenefit for company: Benefit for participant:Energy cost reduction Personal certificate according to international standard* )* established by international EUREM consortium http://eg.eurem.net 20
  21. 21. Evaluation Test: Multiple choice and calculations, ~ 2h §  2nd chance for test: ~ 3 months later if pilot project was approved Evaluation Pilot Project: §  ~ 30min presentation §  ~15min discussion trainer and participants 3 Certificates (valid 3 years) 1 in English with result (points/%) 1 in English (approved) without specific result 1 in German (approved) without specific result Recertification after 3 years: §  2 new energy concepts or 1 project successful implemented §  + 1 week refresher & short test §  = recertification http://eg.eurem.net 21
  22. 22. Your investment in energy efficiency Training, intranet and certification fees in Egypt: § 19 full working days in agreed combination (i.e. Sa+Su, Su-Thu, etc.) § 3 years access to intranet and international eforum § training materials, energy concept coaching § test, energy concept evaluation, certification (3 full working days), § re-test if applicable § catering and Wi-Fi at GACIC training center  EGP 16 000.- pP (~USD 2700.-)  Start-up packages 2012  beginning at ~USD 1300.- http://eg.eurem.net 22
  23. 23. Return on InvestmentExample (EUREM AWARD 2010) Subject: refrigeration machine / process heat Line of business: Control panel cabinet systems (coating) Measures: Lowering cooling load by switching of the surface drying equipment Installation of a free cooler to the dip tanks Hydraulic balancing of the dip tanks Effects: Energy reduction per year 1461 MWh Cost reduction per year 133 157 USD Return on invest in 0.6 years (0,09USD/kWh) Commercial Users (on monthly basis) > 1000kWh/m: 0,10USD/kWh (EGYPTERA, Jan. 2012) http://eg.eurem.net 23
  24. 24. Return on InvestmentExample Subject: process heat Line of business: production of consumer electronics Measures: heat recovery at heaters Effects: Energy reduction per year 3394 MWh Cost reduction per year 250 000 USD Return on invest in 2.0 years (0,02USD/kWh) http://eg.eurem.net 24
  25. 25. Return on InvestmentExample Subject: lightning Line of business: car production Measures: control systems reducing ilumination Effects: Energy reduction per year 3184 MWh Cost reduction per year 250 000 USD Return on invest in 1.1 years (0,13USD/kWh) Commercial Users (on monthly basis) > 1000kWh/m: 0,10USD/kWh (EGYPTERA, Jan. 2012) http://eg.eurem.net 25
  26. 26. Return on InvestmentExample Subject: green building Line of business: retailer Measures: cooling & deep cooling -52% illumination -29% AC & Ventilation –3% heating -75% Return on invest in: 6-8 years PV + geothermal + green electricity (60%) = CO2 neutral 6-800 shops within the following 5 years (ROI ~4-5years) http://eg.eurem.net 26
  27. 27. Impact of EUREMAverage saving potentials per EUREM project work Energy-saving potential 750 MWh/a Cost-saving potential 40 000 USD/a CO2 reduction potential 200 t/a Investment costs for measure 135 000 USD Payback period 3 - 4 years http://eg.eurem.net 27
  28. 28. Results of the online survey amongEnergyManagers in GermanyDegree of implementation even more not at all than planned 18% 6% completely as planned 25% not realized partly yet / in with 12% realizazion phase modifications 5%  Four out of five energy concepts are being realized in short time http://eg.eurem.net 28
  29. 29. Results of the online survey amongin GermanyTimeframe of implementation % 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 2 to 20 days up to 50 days up to 6 months more than 6 months  Almost 80 % of the energy concepts are being realized within 6 months http://eg.eurem.net 29
  30. 30. Results of the online survey amongEnergyManagers in GermanyConfirmation of the calculations no, the calculated values were not reached 16%the calculated valueseven were exceeded 10% 74% yes, the calculations were realistic http://eg.eurem.net 30
  31. 31. Results of the online survey amongEnergyManagers in GermanyRealization of further energy projects planned 42% no yes 58% http://eg.eurem.net 31
  32. 32. Results of the online survey amongEnergyManagers in GermanyRecommendation of EUREM Training no answer given no 5% 6% 89% yes http://eg.eurem.net 32
  33. 33. EU Directive 2006/32/ECEUREM Training is compatible EUREM training provides a proven and efficient fast track to §  qualification and certification of experts to §  identify, prepare, implement and monitor feasible EE and RE measures in all sectors §  within short time and interesting RoIs. EUREM training is a §  standardized tool What needs to be done in Egypt §  applied in countries of 4 continents +: §  with high synergy potential which can provide  Establish national recognition §  the technical training for energy auditors for according national framework ISO 50001 or similar.  Establish “legal framework” for accredited personal certifiers of EM http://eg.eurem.net 33
  34. 34. Thank you for your attentionArnulf.KNORR@ahk-mena.comPPP-Partners:Supported by: http://eg.eurem.net 34

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