Saudi Energy Efficiency Center (SEEC)

Report
Energy Efficiency in KSA: Necessity
and Expectations
Dr. Naif M. Alabbadi
SEEC, Director General
[email protected]
www.kacst.edu.sa
Royal Commission at Yanbu, May 29, 2012
Outline
• Background
 KSA Energy consumption pattern.
 How we are compared to others?
• EE a source of energy!
 EE played an important role in saving World Energy.
 Electricity consumption in USA.
 It is also true in KSA.
• EE plays a role in CO2 emission reduction.
• Establishment of SEEC “Vision, Mission & Str. Map”
Energy Flow in KSA
6%
Utilities
40 %
Residential
53%
11 %
Primary
Local
fuelFuel
Primary
consumed
Consumption
Locally
Industries
12%
17%
Governmental
12%
19%
Transportation
Commercial
11%
4%
Other
2%
6%
7%
Fuel
Feed Stock
Electricity
Other Include: Agricultural sector, Hospitals, Mosques, Street lighting, Road
paving, Charity organizations, Construction fuel, LPG in homes.
9000
8000
30% reduction
in energy
demand
7000
6000
19000
17000
15000
5000
13000
4000
3000
11000
2000
9000
1000
7000
0
2008
2013
2018
2023
2028
30 % reduction in energy demand can save 2.25
million of barrels of oil equivalent in 2028
Ref. Net Zero Energy Building, A. Alkhowaiter, Saudi Aramco Chair, April 3rd 2012.
Energy Intensity (Btu/GDP)
Saudi Primary Energy Consumption (MBDoe)
Primary Energy Demand
Total Energy and Electricity Consumption
per capita and GDP per capita (2010)
Ref. ADEME and IPEEC, Energy efficiency trends in G20 countries , Sept 2010.
Background – Industry
Steel
Japan
0.9
UK
0.8
USA
1.4
KSA
2
1
2
3
Industrial energy Intensity per GDP level
Source: IEEJ, August 2007
Source: JICA (2006 data)
Background – Buildings & Appliances
ENVELOPE
HVAC
Note: Lighting for residential units only, Saudi Arabia number based on a sample of residential units
Source: High EER at 46ºC Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Air Conditioner Project Report, Protector Engineering Group, IEA, ESMA
LIGHTING
Background – Transportation
SAUDI TRANSPORTATION
FUELS DEMAND (2010-2030)
Gasoline & diesel
for road transport
use were 92% of
total transport fuel
consumption in
2010
Source: Saudi Aramco
FUEL ECONOMY OF PASSENGER
VEHICLES IS LOW
Typical House in Saudi Arabia:
Energy Efficiency Measures
Base Case
Improve A/C
Wall insulation
Roof Insulation
Shade Windows
Double Glazing
Reduce Air Infl.
Efficient Lighting
House Orientation
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
When all the measures are applied (Best-In-Class) the energy
use drops by 60%
Ref. Net Zero Energy Building, A. Alkhowaiter, Saudi Aramco Chair, KSU, April 3rd 2012.
EE Fueling the World!
EE was the most
important “fuel”
in the IEA11
during the period
(1973-2005)
Ref. Worldwide Trends in Energy
Use and Efficiency, Key Insights
from IEA Indicator Analysis,
IEA, 2008.
EE Contribution to Lower
Electricity Consumption/capita
14,000
United States
California
United States post-1975 average
annual growth rate = 1.6%
Consumption (kWh per capita)
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,000
California post-1975 average annual
growth rate = 0.2%
4,000
2,000
Ref. DSM Plan for KSA, ECRA, April 2011.
2008
2006
2004
2002
2000
1998
1996
1994
1992
1990
1988
1986
1984
1982
1980
1978
1976
1974
1972
1970
1968
1966
1964
1962
1960
0
Examples of EE Potential in
KSA: EE & LM Study
80
70
60
-14% by 2021
GW 50
40
30
Annual Benefits
2016
2021
Energy (GWh)
10,200 (3.5%)
29,200 (7.6%)
Peak (MW)
5,100 (8.5%)
10,500 (14.0%)
3,000
8,600
CO2 (000 tons)
20
2005
2007
2009
2011
Ref. DSM Plan for KSA, ECRA, April 2011.
2013
2015
2017
2019
2021
KSA Energy Supply Chain
4.0
4.2 MWh
Wells
Upstream
Terminals &
Distribution
Downstream
Transportation
Industrial
3.6
End User
Utilities
1 MWh
1.1
3.6
Ref. Net Zero Energy Building, A. Alkhowaiter, Saudi Aramco Chair, KSU, April 3rd 2012.
Energy efficiency provides half of CO2
emissions reduction in the 450 Scenario
Ref. World Energy Outlook, IEA, 2011.
Saudi Energy Efficiency
Center; SEEC
Established by the council of ministers
decision # 363 dated (24/11/1431; 31
October 2010) that mandated the transfer
of NEEP to a Permanent National Center
for Energy Efficiency named: Saudi
Energy Efficiency Center.
• Temporary within KACST’s and report
directory to KACST’s president.
Saudi Energy Efficiency
Center; SEEC
Supervised by a committee composed of
representatives from related stakeholders:
Ministries of:
Petroleum and Minerals
Water and Electricity
Municipality and rural Affairs
Commerce and Industry
Transportation
Culture and Information
Housing
Finance (Customs)
Presidency of Meteorology and
Environment
King Abdullah City for Atomic and
Renewable Energy
Saudi Standards, Metrology and
Quality Organization
Electricity & Co-Generation
Regularity Authority
Royal Commission for Jubail and
Yanbu
Saline Water Conversion Corporation
Clean Development Mechanism
Committee
Saudi Aramco
Saudi Electricity Company
SABIC
Two Private Sector Representatives
SEEC’s Vision
To play a leading role for KSA to
achieve the world average energy
intensity by 2020 capitalizing on
the support of the stakeholders
and integration of their EE
efforts.
SEEC’s Mission
Support preserving the national energy
resources to enhance the national
development and economy through the
rationalization of energy consumption
and improving energy efficiency in
order to achieve the lowest possible
levels of energy intensity.
SEEC’s Mission…continue
SEEC’s main activities include:
 Development of policies, rules and
regulations governing EE and support their
implementation.
 Support the integration of the
stakeholders’ efforts to improve EE and
coordination amongst them.
 Promote EE awareness at both public and
institutional levels.
 Participate, as needed, in the
implementation of EE pilot projects.
National
Perspective
Vision
Mission
Values
Optimal Use of Energy Resources to Support The
National Development
National culture
supportive of EE
Leadership Role
in Raising EE
Awareness,
Edu. and Training
Information,
consultancy and
specialized services
Active Role In The
Implementation
of Pilot Projects
Support The
Institutional EE
Awareness
Application of Best
Practices in Project
Implementation
Raise Public Energy
Saving
Awareness
Identify Pilot Projects
Require SEEC
Participation
Human Resources
Support
Moral and
Financial
Incentives
Dev. of
Human
Resources
Manag. Sys.
Policies,
Regulations and
Specifications
Outstanding ability in the
development of policies,
regulations and specifications
and follow-up the application
Support Research and
Studies
Effective Coordination
and Integration
Among Stakeholders
Build EE database for
those involved and
facilitate the access to it
Build Specialized
Expertise in Policies,
Regulations and
Specifications
Development
Develop a Practical
Program for
Communication and
Coordination between
the Concerned Parties
Dev. of knowledge and information sys.
Activation
of interl.
Cooperation
Comprehensive
National EE
Program
Dev. of
Information
System
Dev. of
knowledge.
Manag. Sys.
Institutional structure
Work
Processes
Dev.
Building
institutional
culture
Samples of SEEC’s Activities for
2012
Developing
a “Holistic National Energy Efficiency
Program”:
•
•
•
•
•
Targeting main consuming sectors
(Buildings, Industry and Transportation)
Mandatory
Set EE Goals for each sector
Coordinated by SEEC
Implemented by Stakeholders
Mandatory EE Program Framework
EE
savings
goals
Mandatory EE savings goals
Sectors
Buildings
Sub-sectors EE savings
goals
Initiatives to achieve
the EE savings goals
New
buildings
Initiatives
Existing
buildings
Initiatives
Transport
New
fleet
Existing
fleet
Initiatives
Industry
New
plants
Initiatives
Regulations (specific to initiatives)
Enablers to
implement
initiatives
ESCO’s (Energy Service Companies)
Funding
Governance
Awareness
Existing
plants
Initiatives
Training and Building Capacity
(2012)
 Hands-on training program on Energy Auditing in two
facilities.
 5 short courses (five days) training on Energy Auditing.
 Half-a-day workshops on energy efficiency in buildings in
cooperation with Chambers of Commerce.
 One-hour educational lectures about the importance of
energy efficiency targeting engineering and technical
colleges students.
 Energy Managers Qualification program.
 Establish a qualification program for energy efficiency
practitioners.
Energy Efficiency Awareness (2012)
 Shopping mall exhibition aiming to introduce SEEC and
the EE label for air conditioners.
 Awareness and educational programs addressing women
and children in amusement parks and summers
municipalities’ entertainment activities.
 Elementary School Campaign addressing 6-12 age
students.
 Campaign addressing government and large companies
employees to introduce air conditioner EE labels.
 Campaign about conserving energy using ATM.
 Other campaigns including: road LCD screens, SMS
…etc.
Shopping Mall Exhibition
Energy Efficiency Awareness
Elementary School Campaign
Energy Efficiency Awareness
Energy Efficiency Awareness
Road LCD and
ATM campaigns
Household Appliances EE Labels
2012 Targets:
•
Raise the minimum energy efficiency ratio (EER) for windows and
split air conditioners.
•
Develop EE Labels for large capacity air conditioners, water heaters,
home air heaters, electric kettles and other.
Energy Efficiency
Information/Database (2012)

Establish energy label database in cooperation with SASO.

Design and establish the infrastructure for the Saudi Energy
Efficiency database.

Develop SEEC portal and website.
THANK YOU

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