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Regional workshop WEC-ADEME “Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Policies in the MENA Region” organised by ANME with the support of UNDP Tunis, 15-16 March 2010. EE & RE Policies in Lebanon: Promising Progress. Nader Hajj Shehadeh Energy Engineer Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)

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Regional workshop WEC-ADEME

“Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Policies in the MENA Region”

organised by ANME with the support of UNDP

Tunis, 15-16 March 2010

EE & RE Policies in Lebanon:

Promising Progress

Nader Hajj Shehadeh

Energy Engineer

Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)

Lebanon

lebanon in a glance
Lebanon in a Glance
  • Total Area: 10,452 km2
  • Population: 4.1 Millions
  • Pop. growth: 1% per annum
  • Electricity: Fuel Oil, Diesel Oil, Natural Gas, Hydro.

Combine Cycle

Combine Cycle

Gas Turbine

Hydro

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

electricity problem 1 supply doesn t meet demand
Electricity Problem 1: Supply doesn't meet demand
  • Demand: 2,300 MW
  • Supply: 1,400 MW
  • Gap Fill: Private Generation (Diesel Oil)

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

electricity problem 2 high consumption per capita
Electricity Problem 2: High consumption per capita

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

electricity problem 3 price lower than production cost
Electricity Problem 3: Price lower than production cost

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

electricity problem 4 governmental subsidies
Electricity Problem 4: Governmental Subsidies

Government Subsidies (Million USD)

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

institutions related to energy efficiency ministry agency
Institutions Related to Energy Efficiency: Ministry, Agency)

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  • Ministry of Energy & Water
  • The central public organization in charge of competences in the field of water in Lebanon.
  • It is formed of 3 General Directions:
  • The General Directorate of Hydraulic and Electric Resources 
  • The General  Directorate of Exploitation,
  • The General Directorate of the Petroleum
  • The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation
  • The national center for energy conservation and efficiency in Lebanon.
  • Technical arm of the ministry in EE & RE
  • Promotes EE & RE
  • Works on demand side management
  • Etc…

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

institutions related to energy efficiency ngos
Institutions Related to Energy Efficiency: NGOs
  • Promote Solar Energy and Renewable Energies
  • Conduct Studies and researches ion the field of RE
  • Participate in Public event to spread awareness
  • Promote environmental activities
  • Spread environmental awareness among the public
  • Conduct environmental impact assessment for projects
  • Lead pilot projects in the fields of Energy and Environment
  • Play an important role in private – public connection
  • Conduct feasibility study on a national level
  • Promote green building design
  • Review and update the building codes
  • Issue a green building certificate

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

funding of programmes government budget
Funding of Programmes: Government Budget

2002: LCEC ($ 0.5M)

Funding LCECP as a joint project with UNDP and the Ministry of Energy & Water

2010: RE Funds ($9.08 M)

Phasing out incandescent lamps (3M CFL): $7 M

Loans for SWHs: $1 M

Efficient Street Lighting (Solar powered, Photo sensor): $0.5 M

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

funding of programmes donors
Funding of Programmes: Donors

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

funding of programmes programmes
Funding of Programmes: Programmes
  • Creating a think-tank in the MENA region
  • Creating common goals and common strategies
  • Promotion of RE & EE
  • Implement EE Measures
  • Implement RE projects (SWH and PV)
  • Wind Atlas for Lebanon
  • Supports Sustainable Development
  • Has a dedicated Energy & Environment Programme with more than 20 project
  • Promotes economic and social development through regional and sub regional cooperation and integration

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

funding of programmes programmes12
Funding of Programmes: Programmes
  • Euro-Mediterranean Energy Market Integration Project
  • Transfer regional experience in the fields of RE & EE
  • Stimulate market development
  • Mediterranean Energy Efficiency in Construction
  • Demonstration projects in RE & EE
  • Strengthen business and creating a reliable market
  • Mediterranean Association of the National Agancies for Energy Conservation
  • Current members are agencies from: France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, and Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Tunisia.
  • LCEC is the national Focal Point

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main existing regulation on energy efficiency energy law 462
Main Existing Regulation on Energy Efficiency: Energy Law 462
  • Main Energy Law: Law 462 (2002)
    • Electricity Production: Monopoly EDL
    • Private Production:
      • < 1.5 MW: No restrictions
      • 1.5 – 10 MW: needs permission from Ministry of Energy & Water
      • >10 MW: needs License from Ministry of Energy & Water
    • NO FEED-IN POLICY
    • Taxes on RE products: 5%

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main planned regulation on energy efficiency energy conservation law
Main Planned Regulation on Energy Efficiency: Energy Conservation Law
  • Draft of the Energy Conservation Law
    • Draft 1 is prepared and submitted to the minister. It shall be discussed in the CoM coming meetings
    • Main Points:
    • Institutionalization of LCEC
    • Mandatory & regulatory energy audit for large facilities
    • Close collaboration with ESCOs
    • Promotion of Energy Efficient equipment
    • Apply Energy Conservation Measures to all public and governmental facilities to be pilot projects

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main planned regulation on energy efficiency standards labels
Main Planned Regulation on Energy Efficiency: Standards & Labels
  • Setting the MEPs and Standards
    • SWH: Phase 3
    • CFL: Phase 3
    • Refrigerator: Phase 3
    • A/C: Phase 1
    • Electric Heater: Phase 1
    • Phase1: Draft copy issued and submitted
    • Phase2: Libnor’s technical committee adopts the standards
    • Phase3: CoM reviews the standards and issues a decree

nader.hajjshehadeh@lcecp.org.lb

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main planned regulation on energy efficiency government statement 2010
Main Planned Regulation on Energy Efficiency: Government Statement 2010
  • “[…] The institutionalization of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) and the setup of a national road map built on environmental concepts to reach 12% of renewable energy by the year 2020.
  • […] The reduction in energy demand through the use of energy conservation measures and renewable energy applications.
  • […] The setup of financial mechanisms to help develop renewable energy applications and energy efficiency.
  • […] To encourage all energy conservation measures with special focus on the development of the solar water heaters market and the energy efficient lighting […]”

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main financial and tax incentives to consumers to promote energy efficiency kafalat
Main Financial and Tax Incentives to Consumers to Promote Energy Efficiency: Kafalat

Project: SMEs Loan Support

Administrator: Kafalat SAL

Target:SMEs

Role: Assist companies to access commercial bank funding

Method:Kafalat helps SMEs by providing loan guarantees based on business plans / feasibility studies that show the viability of the proposed business activity. It processes guarantee applications for loans that are to be provided by Lebanese banks to SMEs operating throughout Lebanon.

Sectors: Industry, Agriculture, Tourism, Traditional Crafts, High Technology

Other Benefits: Kafalat guaranteed loans benefit from interest rate subsidies.

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

main financial and tax incentives to consumers to promote energy efficiency kafalat18
Main Financial and Tax Incentives to Consumers to Promote Energy Efficiency: Kafalat

Project: National Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Account (NEEREA)

Administrator: Banque du Liban

Target: EE & RE projects

Role: provide 0% interest loans with full risk guarantees

Sectors: All

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

example of innovative programme in the country the energy audit programme
Example of Innovative Programme in The Country: The Energy Audit Programme

Audits Conducted: > 120

Qualified ESCOs: 8

Potential Savings: 10 million dollars annually

LCEC Contribution: 60,000 dollars

For: Ghobeiry Municipality

The Ministry of Energy & Water

The Ministry of Public Works

Annual Saving:39,749 dollars

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

example of innovative programme in the country the energy audit programme20
Example of Innovative Programme in The Country: The Energy Audit Programme

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

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Example of Innovative Programme in The Country: The Energy Audit Programme

Capacity Building

2007

Energy Auditing Training

2008

Reactive Power Enhancement

Energy Efficiency in Mechanical Systems

Energy Efficiency in Electrical Systems

ESCO Business Development

CO2 Calculations

Energy Saving in Steam Systems

Measurements in Energy Auditing

2009

E.A. Applications & Methodologies

Sending 4 Engineers for an international training

example of innovative programme in the country the energy audit programme22
Example of Innovative Programme in The Country: The Energy Audit Programme
  • 4 outstanding performance engineers were selected for a technical one-week tour in Tunisia.
  • The training was coordinated by the Tunisian company CRA2E.
  • The visit included the visit of the STEG, the ANME, as well as actual energy efficiency and renewable projects.

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

examples of innovative programme in the country the energy audit programme
Examples of Innovative Programme in The Country: The Energy Audit Programme

Energy Audit Firms

  • Growth of the Market:
    • Local Firms:8
    • Specialized Engineers: 21
  • Development of Firms:
    • Activity increase: 30%
    • Staff increase: 16%

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) 2010

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Regional workshop WEC-ADEME

“Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Policies in the MENA Region”

organised by ANME with the support of UNDP

Tunis, 15-16 March 2010

Thank you for your attention!

Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)

www.lcecp.org.lb

Nader Hajj Shehadeh

Energy Engineer