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Energy Services in Lebanon Nader Hajj Shehadeh Energy Engineer -‐ LCEC Regional Workshop on Regulation and certiﬁcation of Energy Service Providers according to article 7 of the Arab EE Guideline Monday May 7, 2012 Crowne Plaza, Beirut, Lebanon
The Beginning PROJECT NUMBER 000013385 (LEB/99/G31) Lebanon -‐ Cross Sectoral Energy Eﬃciency and Removal of TITLE Barriers to ESCO OperaGon PROJECT SITE Lebanon DURATION 5 years + 1 year extension APPROVAL DATE June 2001 START DATE April 2002 PROJECT TARGET Energy Eﬃciency & ConservaGon TYPE OF PROJECT Policy/OperaGonal/Management EXECUTING AGENCY Ministry of Energy & Water (MEW) ADMINISTRATOR AGENCY United NaGons Development Programme (UNDP) PROJECT FUNDING Global Environment Facility (GEF Ministry of Energy & Water (MEW) Industrial, Commercial & ResidenGal Energy users, Ministry of Energy PROJECT BENEFICIARIES and Water, EDL and the Lebanese populaGon at large.
Energy Audit in Lebanon: Energy Audit & LCEC The ﬁrst local energy audit ﬁrm gets into business. 1996 Business is weak, with a major barrier of funding. 1 . . . Only one ﬁrm in business.. 1 LCEC is launched; aim: remove barriers to ESCO opera6ons. 2003 LCEC coordinates, supervises, and helps funding the studies. 3 LCEC refreshes, promo6ng more energy audit ac6vi6es. 2007 Oﬀering trainings, workshops, & development sessions. 6 Energy Audit Market is ge1ng stronger and stronger. 2008 Energy Audit Firms are star6ng to develop their own business. 10
The Impact (2009) Ø Energy Audit Firms: æ Total number of qualiﬁed ﬁrms: 7 æ Dedicated ﬁrms: 2 æ Energy Audit Engineers: 18 Ø Energy Audit Studies: æ Performed : ~120 Ø ImplementaVon Projects: æ Public: 4 æ Private: 9
Capacity Building AcVviVes 2007 Energy AudiVng Training ReacVve Power Energy Eﬃciency in Energy Eﬃciency in Enhancement Mechanical Systems Electrical Systems ESCO Business Energy Saving in Steam 2008 Development CO2 CalculaVons Systems Measurements in Energy AudiVng E.A. ApplicaVons & Sending 4 Engineers for 2009 Methodologies an internaVonal training
EvoluVon of energy audit ﬁrms Ø Current Qualiﬁed Energy Audit Firms: 7 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 0 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Ø Growth of the Market: Ø Development of Firms: -‐ Local Firms:8 -‐ Ac>vity increase: 30% -‐ Specialized Engineers: 21 -‐ Staﬀ increase: 16%
Energy Audit Studies Results: Sectors Covered (since Aug 2007) Sector Conducted Private 41 Services Public 26 Industrial Private 21 Governmental Oﬃces 6 TOTAL 94
Energy Audit Studies Results: Poten>al Savings (since Aug 2007) Sector Cost Tons CO2 Private 912,852 $ 5,142 Services Public 241,241 $ 1,537 Industrial Private 6,099,244 $ 22,900 Governmental Oﬃces 65,608 $ 394 TOTAL 7,318,944 $ 29,974
What is being done now? The NaVonal Energy Eﬃciency and Renewable Energy AcVon -‐ Clients beneﬁt from a 0.6% interest loan on energy eﬃciency and environmental projects -‐ Clients also beneﬁt from a grant with an amount of 15% of the project investment (by the EU) -‐ Clients beneﬁt from a Risk Guarantee by the UNDP in collaboraGon with IBL bank
What is being done now? To beneﬁt from the Bank Risk Guarantee -‐ LCEC launched a prequaliﬁcaGon scheme for energy audit companies -‐ The client needs to submit a report prepared by a qualiﬁed energy audit company -‐ The qualiﬁcaGon criteria is upgraded and will be launched in a few weeks
What is being done now? The Energy ConservaVon Law -‐ The drag energy conservaGon law is prepared and being studied by the parliamentary members -‐ The drag law sets mandatory energy audits for faciliGes consuming more than 400 toe annually (4,640 MWh) -‐ The energy audit should be conducted by a specialized company qualiﬁed by LCEC