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The Best Energy... is Energy Efficiency (Alemania)
Transcript of The Best Energy... is Energy Efficiency (Alemania)
www.acee.cl Institutional Evolution 2005 Creation of the country's
Energy Efficiency Programme (PPEE)
Ministry of Economy 2006 First budget:
US$ 1 million 2008 January
(PPEE) now belong to The National Energy
Commission (CNE) 2010 February
A new Ministry of
Energy is established March
AChEE is created by
AChEE begins operations 2011 Plans & Programmes
of AChEE become
begins 2012 Launch of the 2012
Strengthening The Agency's strategic Framework Vision We are the public-private agency in Chile that drives the development of the efficient use of energy in the country. Our actions are closely linked to companies, associations and other relevant players in achieving efficiency in the use of energy. Our goals seek to stimulate private sector investments in energy-efficient projects. Mission AChEE is a public-private agency that creates value for Chile through the implementation of programmes that help to overcome market distortions or failures that inhibit investing in energy efficiency (EE) and by organizing a valuable network to this effect. Organization Chart Board of Directors: 8 members Agency Team: 25 people Groth with Energy Efficiency: A fundamental strategic pillar • Achieve a 12% reduction in the expected demand for energy estimated for the year 2020.
• Creation of the EE stamp as a trademark of efficient companies.
• Establish EE Minimum standards for devices in order to limit the maximum energy consumption.
• Installation of more efficient technology in street and residential lighting.
• Create a inter-office/Ministry commission for the development of EE policies. 1 Take-off of renewable
non- conventional energies: a pending challenge • Bidding by blocks for non conventional renewable Energy (NCRE).
• Creation of a public geo-referenced information platform for feasibility studies of renewable energy projects.
• Promotion and financing.
• New institutional framework and a strong push to (NCRE).
• Specific strategies for different technologies. • Less dependency on imported fossil fuel.
• Technical and economic evaluation of CO2 capture and storage technology.
• Recognize necessity of thermo- electric technologies in the production of electricity.
• Liquified natural gas as a long term energy alternative. 2 3 less foreign dependency The role of traditional energy
Stronger preponderance of
hydro power, Institutional Evolution • Improvement of the procurement procedures for electrical concessions.
• Definition and declaration of land strips for transmission.
• Regulation changes regarding major and additional transportation as well as sub-transmission.
• Facilitate grid connection for smaller generation units smart grids. 4 a public electrical "highway" New approach to electricity
transportation: • Creation of independent grid operation centers.
• Improvements of regulation to achieve safer and cheaper electricity available for distribution.
• Consolidation of electrical feed in regulation and payment rules for electricity generated by small / residential units; Net metering. 5 Towards a more competitive
electric market • Transparency in sharing actions, projects, rules and public policies.
• Valuing the contributions provided by different players.
• Compliance of standards for open and documented dialogues.
• Long-term institutional framework that incorporates energy matrix objectives. 6 electrical grids Ongoing progress in the
regional connection of Industry & mining Development programmes for EE assessments and implementation of EE projects.
- Consultant's base for the preparation and implementation guidance of EE projects.
Promotion of Energy management systems.
- Implementation of measures associated to management system. - Guideline for implementation of energy management systems.
Development of a "One Stop Shop" system:
- Integration of initiatives in the industrial sector. Results of 2011 programmes Industry & mining Energy Efficiency Stamp (under design) Industry & mining Capacity
Replacement Directory / Register
of Consultants Pre-investment instruments
(under design) ISO 50001 implementation
program EE projects
with co-generation Impact
programmes Sectorial activities
agreements Tool: Integrated
Management system for the efficient use of
Energy (SIGUEE) Technical assistance in fleet management for road transportation companies.
Defined programmes with savings potential
Training material: Content and guidelines
Increase the standards of energy management in public transport (Buses) in Santiago
Implementation (and upholding) of measures with established savings potential
Incentives for the voluntary adoption of efficient driving techniques.
- Empirical evaluation of impact. Results of 2011 programmes Transport Transport Eco-driving Transport Freight
Transport Labellings of light vehicles Technology
their contribution Generate a EE culture Commercial, Public
& Residential Special financing programme for
reconditioning of buildings that attract public interest.
- Identification of gaps
- Replication of public building projects in private buildings, integrations PEEEP work models Results of 2011 programmes Commercial, Public & Residential Profile of EE manager Commercial, Public & Residential New
of public buildings
PEEEP Assistance in design of public and residential buildings Heaters in
Magallanes Education & training Education & training K12 Programme
-Development of educational resources, validated by teachers
Setting-up a permanent network for the implementation of EE programmes
- Allowed a massive access to target groups (parents, teachers, children) and
- Generated demand for collaboration agreements with different public and private institutions and stakeholders. Results of 2011 programmes Educational resources in EE Education & training Infant
learning R+D funds
available on a competitive basics Implementation and evaluation of
education programmes Infest
Schools Measuring and Verifying Generation of specifies capabilities and positioning of AChEE as THE training and certifying entity.
The creation of a project monitoring platform
Support platform for the measuring of impact and reduction of energy consumption of projects and programmes Results of 2012 programmes President
Sebastian Piñera and
Angela Merkel Fleet management Collaboration with german development institutions:
Cogeneration in public
investments in EE AGENDA Latin America Outlook.
National Energy Strategy.
Conclusions. Source: (OCDE) Factbook 2012 Chile GDP
Energy Consumption Source: (OCDE) Factbook 2012 OCDE Countries Energy Consumption
GDP Energy Consumption Projection in Chile Source: Energy Ministry Transport Industry &
Mining Energy Commercial &
Public Residential Petroleum production (in thousands of barrels per day) WORD TOTAL 81.820 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2010 13% Petrolum consumption (in thousands of barrels per day) WORD TOTAL 85.220 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
2010 10% Paraguay 8.136 Perú 7.158 Coal production (in Millions of tons) WORD TOTAL 6.781,2 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2010 2% Paraguay 8.136 Perú 7.158 Coal Consumption (in Millions of tons) WORD TOTAL 3.303,7 2% Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2010 Natural Gas Production (in Billions of M3) WORD TOTAL 3.065,6 7% Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2010 Paraguay 8.136 Perú 7.158 Natural Gas Consumption (in Billions of M3) TOTAL MUNDIAL 3.018,7 7% Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2010 Presidencia
de la República Superintendencia
y Combustible (SEC) Ministerio
de Energía Comisión Chilena de
(CCHEN) Centro de Energías
(CER) Comisión Nacional
(CNE) Agencia Chilena de
(AChEE) Institutional Country Profile Chile Is the longest country in the world with 4,329 kms.
Electric transmission and distribution challenge.
Difficult interaction between energy supply and demand.
43% of the electric generation comes from hydric resources.
Low economic viability to generate with non conventional renewable energies. Chile Energy Consumption By Sector Source: BNE 2010 Energy Ministry Conclusions Big EE potential.
A good moment for approaching the chilean market.
Agency institutionality and EE team with market recognition and experience.
Open possibilities for venture capital Thanks! Framework Industry & Mining Transport CPR (Commercial; Public & Residential Energy Production