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Template of the National Energy Efficiency Action         Plans for the years 2011-2013                       Regional Wor...
supportive tool to draw                                                  numerical indicators   the national energy       ...
Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency  measu...
Overall national indicative targets• key indicators• Indicative target• Name of organization and contact person for NEEAP ...
Key IndicatorsNo Indicator                                           Unit        Year 2010   Year 20201   Electricity inte...
Indicative Target               Baseline          National indicative Energy Efficiency target             consumption    ...
Methodology calculation of the national   indicative energy savings target181614                                          ...
Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency  measu...
Sectorial presentation                Energy Efficiency measures   IndustrySectors to be identified according to electrici...
2- Detailed information of individual measures…1Title of the measureObjective               The purpose and motivation beh...
2- Detailed information of individual measures…2Reduction of subsidies    State your own assessment of how and by which am...
Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency  measu...
Additional measures….1• Measures for exemplary role of public sector                                                      ...
Additional measures…2• Measures for utility responsibilitiesNo            Responsibility                    Qualitative pr...
Additional measures…3• Measures for power sector                                                        ImplementationNo  ...
Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency  measu...
Horizontal and Cross-sectorial measures                                                         Electricity savings      T...
Supportive measures with difficult to     quantify electricity savings impact       Title and description of the EE measur...
Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency  measu...
Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress…No      Action/Activity                        1 Qualit...
Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress…                  2No                 Action/Activity  ...
Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress…                  3No                    Action/Activit...
Thanks for your Attention    www.rcreee.orgRegional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy EfficiencyNasr City, Cairo, Egy...
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  1. 1. Template of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans for the years 2011-2013 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 www.rcreee.org
  2. 2. supportive tool to draw numerical indicators the national energy needed to be calculated efficiency actions plan NEEAPAccording the data quantifying availability Templat the NEEAP e not mandatory unify the shape of the NEEAPs, and then we will start act a region www.rcreee.org
  3. 3. Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency measures• Additional measures• Horizontal and cross-sectorial measures• Criteria to assess energy efficiency policy www.rcreee.org
  4. 4. Overall national indicative targets• key indicators• Indicative target• Name of organization and contact person for NEEAP follow-up• Methodology calculation of the national target www.rcreee.org
  5. 5. Key IndicatorsNo Indicator Unit Year 2010 Year 20201 Electricity intensity GWh/GDP (LC)2 GWh/year National electricity consumption3 % /year Projected electricity consumption growth rate4 Share of electricity in final energy % consumption5 Share of electricity consumption by sector % Sector 1 % Sector 2 % Sector 36 $/kWh Marginal cost of kWh supplied (2011-2013)7 % Electrification Rate www.rcreee.org
  6. 6. Indicative Target Baseline National indicative Energy Efficiency target consumption 2020 2013 (First NEEAP) 3 years GWh/5 years average % GWh % GWhTotalSector 1sector 2Sector 3 www.rcreee.org
  7. 7. Methodology calculation of the national indicative energy savings target181614 GWh1210 20% 8 electricity saving 6 electricity consumption 4 2 0 5 0 2 6 0 2 7 0 2 8 0 2 9 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 3 1 0 2 4 1 0 2 5 1 0 2 6 1 0 2 7 1 0 2 8 1 0 2 9 1 0 2 0 2 www.rcreee.org
  8. 8. Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency measures• Additional measures• Horizontal and cross-sectorial measures• Criteria to assess energy efficiency policy www.rcreee.org
  9. 9. Sectorial presentation Energy Efficiency measures IndustrySectors to be identified according to electricity distribution by Residential Sector 1 sectors mentioned in distribution utilities annual reports 1- Overview table of all EE measures Industry Transport Electricity savings for ImplementationNo Title and description of the EE measure 36% 30% the first 3 years period 2011-2013 17% 1 Mandatory of Energy7% Measure 1 Insulation Program Building Audits I 10% Measure Efficiency new buildings Boilers 2Design for Passive 2 MeasureFactorHeaters Solar 3 Power Water Correction 3 Agriculture residential Service www.rcreee.org
  10. 10. 2- Detailed information of individual measures…1Title of the measureObjective The purpose and motivation behind this measure. Why do you do it?Description of the What do we do? Which technologies are applied ? How is itmeasure done?Implementing agency Agency in charge of implementation and appraisal of the resulting electricity savingsStakeholders involved Other Partners involved in implementing of the EE measures in a supportive role or negatively or positively affected by the measure.Target group Group(s) which benefits from the EE measureProgram cost The total amount to implement the program, except financial contributions and investments by the target group (beneficiaries)Total resource cost Program costs plus, if applicable, contributions by beneficiariesCost / kWh saved Cost effectiveness calculation as outlined in Annex www.rcreee.org
  11. 11. 2- Detailed information of individual measures…2Reduction of subsidies State your own assessment of how and by which amount State subsidies or consumer cross subsidies for electricity supply are reduced by the measureSource of funding List all entities and parties that contribute to the total resource costsFinancial instruments List all fiscal and financial instruments such as investment grants, tax incentives, preferential interest rates, rebates, gifts contributing to the total resource costsAwareness Describe how the measure is marketed and list public awareness campaigns associated with the measuresMonitoring and Describe the algorithm how to calculate the impact and the strategyquantification of impact how to collect the data necessary to apply the algorithm www.rcreee.org
  12. 12. Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency measures• Additional measures• Horizontal and cross-sectorial measures• Criteria to assess energy efficiency policy www.rcreee.org
  13. 13. Additional measures….1• Measures for exemplary role of public sector Electricity Implementation savings for theNo Title and description of the EE measure period first 3 years 2011-2013 Measure 1 More efficient governmental buildings 1 Purchasing efficient equipments 2 Measure 2 3 Energy man in governmental buildings Measure 3 Measure 4transporation Efficient 4 www.rcreee.org
  14. 14. Additional measures…2• Measures for utility responsibilitiesNo Responsibility Qualitative progress Provision of data and 1 information 2 Providing services 3 Contributing to an EE fund 4 Awareness campaigns www.rcreee.org
  15. 15. Additional measures…3• Measures for power sector ImplementationNo Title and description of the EE measure Unit period Reduction of net heat rate in power plant MJ, kCal,1 operation kWh , % %2 Reduction of technical losses, the national grid Millions3 Reduction of commercial losses , LC4 Upgrade of metering and smart grid strategies MW5 Peak load shifting or reduction measures , www.rcreee.org
  16. 16. Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency measures• Additional measures• Horizontal and cross-sectorial measures• Criteria to assess energy efficiency policy www.rcreee.org
  17. 17. Horizontal and Cross-sectorial measures Electricity savings Title and description of the EE ImplementationNo for the first 3 measure period years 2011-20131 Measure 1 of CFLs Distribution2 MeasureLabeling for appliances Energy 23 Measure 3 Public Private Partnership www.rcreee.org
  18. 18. Supportive measures with difficult to quantify electricity savings impact Title and description of the EE measure Qualitative progress General sector specific stand alone awareness1 program2 Research & Development of EE technologies3 University curriculum development in EE4 Public awareness campaigns www.rcreee.org
  19. 19. Contents of the Template• Overview : Overall national indicative target• Sectorial presentation : Energy Efficiency measures• Additional measures• Horizontal and cross-sectorial measures• Criteria to assess energy efficiency policy www.rcreee.org
  20. 20. Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress…No Action/Activity 1 Qualitative progress1 Energy efficiency policy announcement When and by whom was it announced Technical committee to write a first Members of the technical committee2 draft of the EE known and announced EE policy draft was prepared and had When was the draft document3 been circulated circulated and to whom?4 EE policy paper released to the public When and by whom was it announced EE policy paper is also a directive or Explain whether the policy is only a tabled in parliament as a bill to distributed paper or a legislative act, or5 become a law and contains rules and a directive by highest authorities regulations www.rcreee.org
  21. 21. Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress… 2No Action/Activity Qualitative progress EE policy paper contains a target or benchmark State the targets and their6 to be achieved at a specific year meaning if defined The EE policy or law is backed up by an action7 plan (business plan) .This is the equivalent of a NEEAP The action or business plan contains an estimate State the announced or8 of the total resources necessary to implement calculated budget the policy www.rcreee.org
  22. 22. Criteria to assess energy efficiencypolicy implementation progress… 3No Action/Activity Qualitative progress State the confirmed public The Government is providing a full or partial budget or private public9 public or PPP budget to finance the action plan partnership budget to implement the plan The Government has decided to treat energy State measures to tender efficiency as a source of energy and publicly specific measures in the10 tenders the EE business plan as they would NEEAP tender a new power plant www.rcreee.org
  23. 23. 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 Kraidyashraf.kraidy@rcreee.org www.rcreee.org

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