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Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Commercial Buildings. Mexico’s Experience Myrna Varela Salazar Investment and Environment Director 28th New and Renewable Energy Technologies Expert Group Meeting January 29th-30th, 2007. Mexico’s Energy Sector.

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Energy efficiency and renewable energy in commercial buildings

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Commercial Buildings

Mexico’s Experience

Myrna Varela Salazar

Investment and Environment Director

28th New and Renewable Energy Technologies Expert Group Meeting

January 29th-30th, 2007


Mexico s energy sector
Mexico’s Energy Sector Buildings

Transversal work throughout all energy sector

Private (consumers, associations) and social sectors (consumers, ONGs, associations

FIDE -Trust for

Electric Energy Saving


Conae energy efficiency policy

Increase of net benefits for unit of enery used Buildings

Energy Efficiency

Mexico’s potential

~20%

A

B

Energy Conservation

Total energy use increase

Total energy use decrease

C

D

Waste

CONAE: Energy Efficiency Policy

Energy intensity decreasing

10% potential achieved,

2% of Mexico’s energy consumption


Conae s strategy

STANDARIZATION Buildings

ASSISTANCE

PROMOTION

PROGRAM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

Social Sector

Industry and Commercial

Associations

Professional Associations

CONAE

Local and

Federal Govn’t

Banking system

Consulting groups

State Companies

Private Sector

Educative institutions

Media

WORKING GROUPS

CONAE’s STRATEGY


Conae programs
CONAE: Programs Buildings

Energy Efficiency Programs

Public Buildings

Public Vehicles

Efficiency Program

at Pemex

Efficiency Programs

for Utilities

Assistance to

local governments

Solar Water

Heating Program

Efficiency Awards



Energy savings noms

~5,000 GWh and ~600 MW saved Buildings

Energy Savings: NOMs

NOM-003- 997,335 m3 of saved LPG


Energy efficiency in public buildings
Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings Buildings

Buildings >1,000 sq. m. + Annual Consumption Index >75 kwh-yr

Phase V

Phase VI

Phase II

Phase III

Phase IV

Phase I

Individual Projects

100 Buildings Pilot Program

Mandatory Energy Audits

1992-96

1996-98

Mandatory Energy Stds.

1999

Mandatory Energy Efficiency Programs

2000

Complementary regulations

2001

2003


Energy efficiency in public buildings1
Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings Buildings

  • Program implementation:

    • Electric Consumption Index

    • Properly trained staff in program operation

    • Computer infrastructure and website

    • Methodology for analysis

      • Tools

      • Databases

    • Training courses

      • Video

    • Quantitative analysis

    • Workshops

w/o Program

W/ Program

Savings Mx$

Savings GWh


Pemex s energy efficiency program
Pemex’s Energy Efficiency Program Buildings

  • Comprehensive program to improve energy management in production and administrative buildings

  • In buildings:

    • Applying Public Buildings Program

    • Cogeneration

    • In house tools + CONAE

Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

Energy Audits

Energy efficiency & Environmental Protection Campaign

1995-97

1998-2000

Energy- Efficiency Institutional Program

1998- until now


Local govnt s energy efficiency program

Baja California Buildings

Sonora

Chihuahua

Baja California Sur

Coahuila

de

Local Programs

Zaragoza

Sinaloa

Nuevo

Formal Agreement

Durango

Le

ó

n

Baja California

Baja California

Working no formal agreement

Sonora

Sonora

Tamaulipas

Chihuahua

Chihuahua

In process for formal agreement

Zacatecas

Baja California Sur

Baja California Sur

Coahuila

Coahuila

de

de

Golfo

Golfo

Zaragoza

Zaragoza

de

de

Cort

Cort

é

é

s

s

Sinaloa

Sinaloa

Nayarit

Ags

.

Nuevo

Nuevo

Durango

Durango

Le

Le

ó

ó

n

n

Yucat

á

n

Tamaulipas

Tamaulipas

OCEANO

Zacatecas

Zacatecas

Hidalgo

Jalisco

Quintana

San

San

Roo

Luis

Luis

Potos

Potos

í

í

Nayarit

Nayarit

Ags

Ags

.

.

Tlx

Campeche

DF

Col.

Golfo

Golfo

Yucat

Yucat

á

á

n

n

de

de

Mor

.

Puebla

M

M

é

é

xico

xico

Qto

Qto

.

.

Guanajuato

Guanajuato

OCEANO

OCEANO

Hidalgo

Hidalgo

Veracruz

Veracruz

Jalisco

Jalisco

Quintana

Quintana

Tabasco

Roo

Roo

Edomex

Edomex

Tlx

Tlx

Guerrero

Michoac

Michoac

á

á

n

n

Campeche

Campeche

DF

DF

Col.

Col.

PAC

FICO

Í

Mor

Mor

.

.

Puebla

Puebla

Tabasco

Tabasco

Guerrero

Guerrero

Chiapas

PAC

PAC

FICO

FICO

Í

Í

Oaxaca

Oaxaca

Chiapas

Chiapas

Local Govnt’s Energy Efficiency Program

  • Agreements with institutions for:

  • Technical Assistance

  • Access to development banks

  • Risk sharing (projects: technical & financial)

CEAE: 2004 - 2006

Golfo de

Golfo de

Tehuantepec

Tehuantepec


Private and social sector activities
Private and Social Sector Activities Buildings

CONAE’s Activities:

  • Tools to identify energy savings potential

  • Recommendations

  • Information

    • Energy prices

    • Products & services

  • General measures

  • Technical assistance

    Examples:

  • Torre Mayor (certified as efficient building)

  • Mexicana

  • IDESA

  • Ecko

  • Smurfit Cartón y Papel de México

  • Teñidos MGC

  • Fábrica de Jabón la Corona


Next steps
Next Steps… Buildings


Myrna Varela BuildingsInvestment and Environment [email protected]: (5255) 3000 1000 ext. 1134www.conae.gob.mx


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