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ADEME-WEC Workshop on Energy Efficiency Policies London 17-18 June 2010. Financing measures in buildings with a focus on North Africa and Middle East. Rafik MISSAOUI, Energy & Environment Expert Adapted by B Lapillonne, Enerdata. Overview.

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ADEME-WEC Workshop on Energy Efficiency Policies

London

17-18 June 2010

Financing measures in buildings with a focus on North Africa and Middle East

Rafik MISSAOUI,

Energy & Environment Expert

Adapted by B Lapillonne, Enerdata

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Overview

Building sector issues and energy saving potential

Barriers to enery efficiency development in buildings

Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Conclusion

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Strong growth of energy consumption of buildings in MENA region; lower potential in low emission scenario

Share of buildings in final energy consumption

2007

2030 (IEA)

Reference scenario

World

1,2%/year

MENA region

2.6%/year

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To reach the objective of the IEA 450 scenario, the biggest part of energy saving will come from the building sector In the MENA region (40%).

Share of buildings in energy savings (2030, IEA, 450 ppm scenario)

World

MENA region

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To reach the objective of IEA 450 ppm scenario, the total additional investment amount is estimated to ~ 10500 billions $, of which 25% in building sector

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Energy efficiency in building sector represents a high potential opportunity to reduce GHG emissions. Buildings can also deliver large potentials at negative costs. Key areas are improved insulation (40%), appliances (30%), lighting (10%).

Cost curve of GHG abatement (IPCC, 2007

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Economic barriers for the diffusion of energy efficiency options

Barriers typology

  • Low profitability for the end-user
    • tariff distortions
    • Absence of scale economy and high technology cost
    • Wrong choice of technology mix
  • Investissement barriers
    • Investment capacity of hoouseholds
    • Access to finance
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Economic barriers for the diffusion of energy efficiency options: tariffs

Profitability of measures for end user depends first on the cost of technologies and secondly on energy prices., that are still heavily subsidized in many developing countries.

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Payback period of purchasing a solar water heater compared to LPG water heater in Egypt is more than 100 and is about 30 years in Algeria and Syria. The payback period is less than 2 years in Turkey

Energy tariff effect on measures profitability: solar water heatres

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Dissemination of efficient lamps is usually profitable for end users with a payback period of usually < 2 years.

Efficient household appliances are also profitable and rank after efficient lamps (payback usually about 2 years except for three countries where electricity is still heavily subsidized, namely Algeria, Egypt and Syria).

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Initial investment: a barrier to EE diffusion

Even if the payback period is attractive, the diffusion of EE equipment could still be inhibited by the a high upfront cost that exceeds the capacity of payment of a large class of households. In this case, only a small part of the potential market could be mobilized.

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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Measures aiming at reducing the payback period for the end-user

  • Objective
    • Reducing the payback period for the end-user :Improvement of EE option attractiveness;
    • Using the measure as a communication vector;
    • Stimulating the offer by market initialization : progressive decrease of investment costs .
  • Types of measures
    • Public investment subsidy;
    • Indirect taxes advantage (VAT, customs duties, etc.);
    • Reduction of direct taxes : tax credit .
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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Measures aiming at reducing the payback period for the end-user

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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Measures aiming at overcoming the investment barrier

  • Objective
    • Overcoming the initial investment barrier
    • Using the measure as a communication vector
    • Market transforming by involving the banking sector (leverage effect)
  • Types of measures
    • Specific credit line ;
    • Interest rate subsidy;
    • Credit guarantee systems
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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Measures aiming at overcoming the investment barrier

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Financial mechanims of energy efficiency in buildings

Example

Tunisia: PROSOLProgramme (diffusion of SWHs)

  • Bank credit , reimbursed via the electricity bill :
    • Interest rate: TMM+1,5
    • Amount: 750 DT, 950 DT and 1150 DT
    • Credit period : 5 years Public subsidy
    • 20% with a maximum of 100 DT/m²
    • Financed by the FNME
  • Indirect taxes reduction
    • VAT= 0
    • Customs duties: reduced to a minimum rate (10%)
  • Carbon revenues
    • Programmatic CDM
    • Use of carbon revenues for reinforcing the programme sustainability
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Financial mechanims of energy efficiency in buildings

Example

Tunisia: PROSOLProgramme (diffusion of SWHs)

  • Bank credit , reimbursed via the electricity bill :
    • Interest rate: TMM+1,5
    • Amount: 750 DT, 950 DT and 1150 DT
    • Credit period : 5 years Public subsidy
    • 20% with a maximum of 100 DT/m²
    • Financed by the FNME
  • Indirect taxes reduction
    • VAT= 0
    • Customs duties: reduced to a minimum rate (10%)
  • Carbon revenues
    • Programmatic CDM
    • Use of carbon revenues for reinforcing the programme sustainability
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Financial mechanism should not be removed too early and should be part of an integrated packages

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ConclusionIdeal profile of a financial mechanism adapted to the most MENA countries… :

Mechanisms combining several types of tools, instruments and measures

  • Financial instruments:
      • Win –Win Public subvention to reduce the payback period for the end-user
      • Indirect taxation measures
      • Bank credit over an enough long period to alleviate the payment capacity barrier
      • Sufficient upstream ressources for both public subsidy and loan distribution
  • Institutional and organizational instruments
      • Simple and effective distribution system of loans;
      • Effective Operators, accredited to be eligible to the programs;
      • Effective quality control, but simple and cost-effective;
      • Accompanying measures including awareness and capacity building.
      • Coordinating agency to monitor all the mechanisms
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Economic barriers for the diffusion of energy efficiency options

Energy tariff effect on measures profitability :

Example 1: MED-ENEC pilot projects

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Economic barriers for the diffusion of energy efficiency options

Impacts of technology mix optimization and of scale effect : example

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Economic barriers for the diffusion of energy efficiency options

Impacts of technology mix optimization and of scale effect : example

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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Principles

Necessary investment subsidy to guarantee consumer’s profitability

7 years

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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Public subsidy profitability for the State: example

Win –Win situation establishment

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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Other financing sources

  • Carbon revenues
    • tool:
      • Clean Development Mechanism (or equivalent)
      • Programmatic CDM very suitable for buildings
    • Objectives:
      • Improving the measures profitability for the end-user
      • Improving the programmes sustainability
  • Certificates : white, green
    • Valorisation of energy savings for an operator either on voluntary or mandatory basis
    • Instrument not common in developing countries
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Financial mechanisms of energy efficiency in buildings

Example

France: home energy conservation

  • Tax credit
    • 25% for buildings after January 1977
    • 40% for a finished building before 1st January, 1977

Relieved often by:

  • bank credits offered by different banks
  • Interest rate subsidy offered by the regions
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Financial mechanims of energy efficiency in buildings

Example

Tunisia: PROMO-ISOL Programme (ceilings insulation)

  • AFD credit line
    • Interest rate: subsidized
    • Amount : About 20 DT/m² of insulated roof
    • Credit period : 5 to 10 years
  • Public subsidy
    • 20% à 30% limited by m²
    • Limited roof area
  • Indirect taxes reduction
    • VAT = 0 insulation materials
    • Customs duties: reduced to a minimum rate (10%)
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