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Title: Highlights of Action Plan to Improve Energy Efficiency in the European Community


1
Highlights of Action Plan to Improve Energy
Efficiency in the European Community
Paolo Bertoldi European Commission
2
CO2 Emissions in the EU
3
Energy intensity in the Union

4
Available Economic Potential for Energy
Efficiency in the EU 1998 -2010
5
Energy Efficiency Potentials
6
Indicative Target and Benefits
  • If a proposed indicative target for improvement
    of energy intensity of one additional percentage
    point per year is met
  • -this can realise 2/3 of the available savings
    potential by 2010, resulting in
  • -100 Mtoes in reduced final energy consumption,
    equal to 200 Mt/year reduced CO2 and 40 of the
    EU Kyoto commitment.

7
Community Strategy for Energy Efficiency Time
Frame, Resources, Costs and Benefits
  • Covers Period to 2010, including monitoring and
    targets.
  • Most actions initiated by 2002, present lifespan
    of SAVE and Energie in EFW 5th RTD FW
    Programmes.
  • Present EU and M.S. budget levels for efficiency
    presumed to be maintained.
  • Cost-effectiveness criteria applied.

8
Community Strategy for Removing Barriers to
Improved Energy Efficiency The Three Pillars
  • Integration of energy efficiency into existing
    non-energy policies areas.
  • Refocusing, strengthening and expansion of
    existing measures and programmes.
  • The launching of new policies and measures.

9
Community Strategy for Energy Efficiency
Initial Action
  • OBTAIN COMMITMENT
  • - in Council, Parliament and Member States.
  • ESTABLISH CO-OPERATION
  • - with framework and forum for implementation.
  • CO-ORDINATE and MAKE COHERENT
  • -with Member State initiatives and policies.
  • IMPLEMENT SECTORAL STRATEGIES
  • -for Domestic and Tertiary, Industry, Transport.

10
Community Strategy for Energy Efficiency
Leadership Involvement
  • LEAD, ACTIVATE and INVOLVE
  • - producers, builders, installers, industry,
    regions, municipalities, consumers…by public
    opinion example.
  • MONITOR and EVALUATE
  • - strategy, policies, programmes, action .
  • ENSURE CONTINUITY of STRATEGY...

11
Proposed Community Actions for Household
Appliances, Commercial Other End-Use Equipment
  • Energy Labelling Scheme Extension to all major
    appliances and installed equipment. Pro-active
    enforcement. Increased promotion. (Possible
    Proposed Amended Directive 92/75.)
  • Minimum Efficiency Standards Framework Directive
    Proposal for negotiated agreements/ mandatory
    (dynamic) standards for all suitable appliances
    and equipment (with regulatory committee).

12
Proposed Commission Actions for Household
Appliances, Commercial Other End-Use Equipment
  • Co-operative Technology ProcurementEU common and
    co-ordinated actions envisaged, i.a. for
    household appliances, motors and lighting.
  • Campaigns, competitions and other information
    activities for appliances, lighting, etc.

13
Labelling, Standards and Procurement Working
Together
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Standards eliminate less efficient equipment
Market Share ()
Labelling shifts demand to more efficient
equipment
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With labelling
Procurement introduces very efficient equipment
Without labelling
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Energy Efficiency Index
14
Proposed Community Level Activity on Buildings
  • An Amended Council Directive 93/76/EEC
  • Recent evaluation shows increased compliance.
  • -Buildings Certification to include
    installations.
  • -Guarantee of results of investments included.
  • -Elimination of inadvertent effects of
    regulations.
  • -Thermal insulation to include existing
    buildings.
  • -Boiler inspection to include installation and
    replacement of existing boilers.
  • -Revision of information and monitoring.

15
Proposed Community Level Activity in the Public
Sector
  • EU-wide Public Procurement Initiative.
  • (Possible Directive Proposal.)
  • -Guidelines on purchase (LCC), use and
    maintenance of energy-using equipment.
  • -Public bodies to take lead by demonstrating new,
    efficient technology.Leadership by example.
  • -EU Institutions, Member State Governments,
    regions and municipalities involved.
  • -EU Public Buildings Initiative.

16
Proposed Community-Level Activity in Industry
  • Long-term Agreements
  • -Draft Communication with Harmonised Framework
    for all EU-Wide Agreements.
  • -Agreements envisaged with i.a. energy intensive
    industry and energy supply industry.
  • Co-operative Technology Procurements for
    industrial equipment, incl motors, pumps,
    fans,etc.

17
Proposed Community-Level Activity in Industry
  • EU-Level Best Practice Initiative Extensive
    scheme to provide single market with
    comprehensive source of independent energy
    efficiency advice, training, evaluation of
    technology, etc. (Possible Proposal for a new
    Council Directive.)
  • -Complement to IPPC Directive.

18
An EU-Wide Energy Audit Scheme. Why?
-Many Member State schemes successful. -Results
are available and transparent. -Replication in
other Member States possible. -Co-ordinated
Community action likely to give added
value. -Considerable flexibility and
subsidiarity.
19
Community-Level Actions for Utilities and SME
Service Companies
  • Voluntary agreements With utilities, SMEs and
    building owners on energy services and
    performance contracting.
  • Review of Amended Proposal on Rational Planning
    Techniques and recent studies with a view to
    future action.

20
Community-Level Activity in CHP
  • Target of 18 of electricity production 2010.
  • Promotion of Member State targets and programmes
    Directors-General Committee.
  • Monitoring of effects on CHP of market
    liberalization.
  • Development of new financing mechanisms.
  • Large Combustion Plant Directive.
  • Technology procurement.
  • Greater use of Structural Funds for CHP.


21
Proposed ( ongoing) Community-Level Activity in
the Transport Sector
  • Transport Environment Reporting Mechanism.
  • Auto oil II.
  • Voluntary Agreement with Car Industry.
  • Car Labelling Directive.
  • Rail Freight Pricing Directive.
  • Revision of Council Regulation No. 1836/93
    (EMAS).


22
Community-Level Activity in Research and
Technology Policy
  • Energie (5th RTD FWP) 440 M allocated to energy
    efficiency between 1999 and 2002.
  • SAVE 66 M for 1998 - 2002.
  • Renewed focus on downstream projects to promote
    market uptake of efficient technology.
  • Greater co-ordination of technological
    non-technological programmes.


23
Proposed Community-Level Activity in
Dissemination of Information and Training
  • Campaign for take-off.
  • Training and certification on use and maintenance
    of energy-efficient technology.
  • Greater use of IT to spread labelling, best
    practice, project results, etc.


24
Community-Level Activity in Monitoring and
Evaluation
  • Harmonisation of monitoring and evaluation
    methods.
  • Selection of official energy-efficiency
    indicators.
  • Evaluation of Action Plan, itself.


25
CO2 - emissions gap
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