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Being an ESCO in Denmark a case of regulatory (un)certainty. Morten Dahl, Bussiness Manager Energy Solutions (DK/N). Solar panels in the Municipality of Høje Taastrup.

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Being an esco in denmark a case of regulatory un certainty

Being an ESCO in Denmark a case of regulatory (un)certainty

Morten Dahl,

Bussiness Manager Energy Solutions (DK/N)

Solar panels in the Municipality of Høje Taastrup.

Part of their 10 MEu ESCO project is invested in solar panels on the town city hall. The energy production equals the annual use of electricity consumed by IT in all local government buildings


Schneider electric the global specialist in energy management
Schneider Electric – the global specialist in energy management

Balanced geographies– FY 2010 salesYear-end 2010 employees

billion € sales in 2010

% of sales in new economies

people in 100+ countries

of sales devoted to R&D

WesternEurope

34%

North

America

24%

Asia Pacific24%

41,700

26,000

Rest of World18%

31,900

19,200

Diversified end markets– FY 2010 sales1

Utilities & Infrastructure 20%

Industrial & machines 24%

Data centres 17%

Non-residential buildings 30%

Residential 9%

Listed on the Paris Stock Market – CAC40

1 Proforma with Areva D integrated on 12-month basis


Esco epc business model

Energy management

Energy cost

Customer

1 MEu. Yearly Savings

Energy and facility development project

Guaranteed Savings1 MEu/year

Facility Company

ESCO

Private Financial Institution

Investment

ESCO/EPC business model

Wish to improve facilities

24 GWh  18 GWh Energy

3 MEu.  2 MEu Energy cost

10 MEu.


Benefits of the epc esco model
Benefits of the EPC/ESCO model management

  • You get substantial Energy/CO2 savingsTrack record of 10-30% on all our Nordic projects

  • Results within a short time frameExamples of Energy renovation of 150 buildings within 2-3 years

  • The model does not require public budgets to increase in order to meet 20/20 goals

  • Projects are financed with private money. Payments on loans are secured with a guarantee from the Energy Service Company (ESCO)

  • Green Jobs are createdFor every 1 MEu investment 14 jobs are created (source, Danish Construction Associatation)



Summary
Summary management

  • An uncertain legislative framework can prevent or prolong the time for Energy Service projects to take off

  • Creating cumbersome rules on private financing and if/how public entities can invest their money in Energy projects can create a “stop-go” market that is unattractive for both buyers and suppliers to enter

  • The case of Denmark shows that as soon as legislative certainty is created, both buyers and suppliers create the market themselves (no subsidies required)

  • A simple and attractive legislative framework creates substantial effects on energy efficiency, CO2 emission and green job creation


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