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European Parliament Brussels, 7 February 2012 David Denzer-Speck, KfW Bankengruppe. The employment potential of the directive for energy efficiency. Energy efficiency and jobs KfW: Some facts and figures. KfW: Facts and figures. Promotional bank of the Federal Republic of Germany

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European parliament brussels 7 february 2012 david denzer speck kfw bankengruppe

European Parliament

Brussels, 7 February 2012

David Denzer-Speck, KfW Bankengruppe

The employment potential of the directive for energy efficiency


Energy efficiency and jobsKfW: Some facts and figures

KfW: Facts and figures

  • Promotional bank of the Federal Republic of Germany

  • One third (EUR 22.8 bn) of new business volume for climate and environmental protection in 2011

  • Between 1990 and 2009: energy efficient renovation or new building of 3.1 million housing units were promoted by KfW loans and / or grants

  • “energy efficient building and rehabilitation“ as benchmark programs. For 2010:

    • New jobs or jobs secured for one year: 284.500

    • 73 % direct job effects, 27 % indirect job effects

    • Jobs for SMEs: 82 %


Energy efficiency and jobsWhat are the special qualities of ‘efficient’ jobs?

Programs: energy efficient building and rehabilitation

  • Product development and research: 7 incl. 2 technical experts

  • Technical audit of projects: ~ 100

  • Non-specific administrative tasks

Within KfW

  • External technical experts: 5

  • Evaluation: Institut Wohnen u. Umwelt, FZ Jülich, Bremer Energieinstitut

  • Evaluation credit risk, loan decision, handling of loans: German banking sector

Externally

Program for energy efficiency consulting (Energieeffizienzberatung)

  • Decentralized network of KfW accredited experts (~ around 2000)

  • KfW partly pays for the consultancy


Energy efficiency and jobsRealization of employment potential, actors & success factors

Success factors

Actors

  • Awareness: subsidized interest rates, branding (KfW 70)

  • Conditionality: clear, transparent and technologically neutral conditions, checks and audits

  • Broad access: decentralized on-lending, advertising

  • Leverage: involvement of private capital (cap of EUR 50 K respectively EUR 75 per housing unit)

  • Embedment: Close interconnection between promotional programs and the (legislative) framework

  • Public, government

  • KfW .

  • German banking sector

  • Ministry


Energy efficiency and jobsWhat role can the Energy Efficiency Directive play?

General role of policy goals

  • Reduction of final energy consumption in the German housing sector by 20 % until 2020.

    Program evaluation 2010: ~2.700 GWh / a

    20 % of the necessary reduction per year

  • 40 % reduction of CO2 emissions within the housing sector until 2020:

  • Program evaluation 2010: 999.000 t / a.

  • 45 % of the necessary reduction per year.


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