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Structural Funds for Buildings

EUROACE PACKAGE


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The European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings

21 pan-European acting internationals

Helping the European Union to meet the Lisbon Agenda and its Kyoto commitments, and to improve energy security

EPBD

ESD

Green Paper on Energy Efficiency

Structural Funds

Who is EuroACE?

  • Kanauf Insulation

  • Paroc

  • Philips Lighting

  • Pilkington

  • Rockwool

  • International

  • Siant-Gobain

  • Isover

  • Siemens

  • Skanska

  • URSA

  • VELUX

  • AERECO

  • ARMACELL

  • BING

  • BPB

  • CRH

  • Danfoss

  • Giacomini

  • Grundfos

  • Honeywell

  • Hunter

  • Douglas


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EU unlikely to meet Kyoto objectives

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Buildings alone have the potential to reach Kyoto objectives

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Global Warming

Action

No action

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Increasing dependence on foreign energy sources

Reducing energy demand in buildings can help limit our exposure to supply issues

Security of Energy Supply

No action

Action

Lisbon objectives not achieved

Improving energy efficiency improves economic efficiency

No action

Action

The Lisbon Process

Europe’s energy challenges


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Where is the potential in buildings


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The potential in buildings – the improvements

Windows/

Glazing

Solar

shading

Lighting

Natural

ventilation

Roof

Insulation

Building Management systems

Thermostatic valves

Wall

Insulation

Floor

Insulation

Boiler/

Air condition


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Potential in buildings


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What is the potential in buildings


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Potential from buildings (EU 25)- CO2 savings

Annual CO2 Emissions in the European Building Stock (EU 25)

Reduction Potential from Buildings

460

(Mt/a)

842

Total heat

related emission

Technical potential emission reductions


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Potential from buildings (EU 25) - cost savings

Individual


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Potential from buildings (EU 25) - cost savings

Societal

98 Billion

EURO


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Potential from buildings (EU 25) - cost savings

European

Half the GDP of

Czech Republic


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Potential from buildings (EU 25) - jobs

  • Impact on jobs based on:

    • Construction market

    • Equipment

    • Maintenance of equipment

  • Impact expected to lead to up to:

    530,000 new jobs per year


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Potential from buildings (EU 25) – security of supply

  • 3.3 million barrels of oil a day equivalent

  • 700 000 more barrels than Europe imports daily from Russia


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The potential in buildings– the improvements

  • Improvements to the building fabric

    • Insulation (roof, wall, floor)

    • Window replacement

  • Improvements to the heating system

    • Thermostatic radiator valves and balancing valves

    • Boiler replacements

    • Control systems

  • Other improvements

    • Lights


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What is the potential in the new Member States of the EU


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New Member States – commonopportunities

  • Same potential of energy savings

    • 40% of Energy Use

  • Large potential of CO2 reduction

    • 60 million tonnes

  • Significant potential of cost savings

    • 9.8 Billion EURO

  • Major job potential

    • 230 000extra jobs


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New Member States – perfect fit withthe Lisbon Agenda

Competitiveness

Sustainability

  • Improving quality of homes

  • Lowering energy bills

  • Lowering energy consumption

  • Reducing emissions of greenhouse gasses

  • Creating jobs

  • Building local and regional capacities


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New Member States – different challenges

  • Crisis in the Housing Sector

    • suffer from inadequate condition of their homes

    • high energy bills

    • very poor energy efficiency levels

  • Need for urgent refurbishment


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High Rise Buildings- Study

  • One in six dwellings in Europe – 36 million – are in high-rise buildings; up to 50% of the population live in them in some countries

  • 19 out of 27 housing ministries respondent to the VROM survey regard poor energy efficiency as a ”moderate” to ”major” problem

  • Identify energy efficiency as part of general refurbishment and

  • Identify opportunities for and barriers to energy efficiency investment


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High Rise Buildings - potential in New Member States

  • Findings in demonstration projects

    • Energy savings of app 70%

    • Annual investment1) app 2 €/m2

    • Simple payback period 8-11 years

  • The highest energy saving potential is in EU 10 countries where 39% of al energy for heating in high rise buildings can be saved

  • CO2 reduction on app. 15 MtCO2 in EU 10

New Member States

1) the necessary investment is financed over 30 years for building fabric measures and 20 years for heating measures. Interest rate applied is 5%.


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High Rise Buildings – Barriers and key recommendations

Barriers to energy efficiency investment

  • Political and institutional

  • Financial and economic

  • Legal

  • Capacity and social

    Key Recommendations

  • Further examine how to overcome the finance hurdle in the new Member States of the EU 10

Full report, case studies and base region fact sheets is available on the EuroACE website www.euroace.org


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Case studies

  • Six case studies have been prepared, highlighting practical approaches and identified key barriers to acting in buildings in the new Member States…


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New Member States – barriers

  • Barriers to energy efficiency investment

    • Political and institutional

    • Financial and economic

    • Legal

    • Capacity and social


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New Member States – the keyhurdle

Finance


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New Member States – hurdle 1

Finance

Finding finance for small projects

  • Small Projects < 10 million euro

  • Value of projects do not attract finance

    • Need to find ways to attract finance

  • Transaction costs too high to be bankable

    • Need to find ways to reduce transaction costs

  • Large Projects > 10 million euro

  • Value of projects large enough to attract finance

  • Transaction costs covered by size


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New Member States – Solution

Bankable

Largest potential for competitiveness, jobs and security

Reducing transaction costs and attracting finance

  • Two steps towards making small projects bankable (< 10 million euro)

Streamlined financial method


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Streamlined financial mechanism

Step 1 – Attracting finance

  • Improving capacity within the banking industry to understand the risks associated with energy efficiency loans in buildings is the key to attracting finance

  • Lenders are unable to judge the level of risk

  • Lenders do not know how to market such loans

  • EU funds can play a role in building capacity among lending organisations

  • EU funds can support the building of knowledge of how to market loans


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Streamlined financial

mechanism

  • Step 2 – Making loans bankable (i.e. reducing interest rates to acceptable levels)

    • Offering private investors a degree of protection from borrowers who default on loans for energy efficiency measures can drastically reduce interest rates levels

EU Funds

Private Finance

Risk


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IMPACT

Default risk

  • Leveraging structural funds

  • Grants are made available to develop capacity within the banking sector

  • Money is provided to act as guarantee fund for default risk

  • Huge private investment is made possible for small buildings projects

Capacity building


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Thank You


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