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  1. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE)THE instrument for non-technological Community support activity in the energy field • Information day28 November 2003

  2. Info day - morning

  3. Info day - afternoon

  4. Chat in parallel to morning and afternoon session. One „chatter“ on podium, others in the back. • The Q+A session of the afternoon will take part in room S1 and S4. It will be transmitted from room S1. • The Q+A session of the afternoon will also include questions from the chat. • All questions and answers will be recorded and will be put on the website of the EIE Programme under “FAQ”.

  5. Call for proposals 2003 • Publication on website of DG TREN, EIE programme website and website of managenergy in a few days • also publication in Official Journal in December 2003 • Deadline 31 March 2004 (except for events) • Budget of 41.5 M€ plus contributions from EEA and participating candidate countries • only for restricted number of priorities

  6. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) IntroductionGonzalo MolinaHead of Unit “Demand Management” • Information day • 28 November 2003

  7. Precompetitive FP6 boundaries The relation of EIE and FP6 Energy Policy: Solve Needs of Society Research Policy: Develop new Technologies Market Short term Long term CONCERTO EIE Demonstration Dissemination Research

  8. EIE - a facilitating programme EIE Key actions RTD inputs Retrofitting of social housing SAVE (+3) Best Integration of Instruments EIE Legislation inputs RES electricity ALTENER (+3) • New Instruments • created by EIE • Awareness • Behaviour • Monitoring • Training • - Financing Alternative vehicle propulsion STEER (+2) Strengthening local energy expertise in DC COOPENER (+1)

  9. The 4 fields of EIE SAVE – Energy efficiency (RUE) 69.8 M€ ALTENER– Renewable Energies (RES) 80.0 M€ STEER– Energy aspects of transport 32.6 M€ COOPENER - Promotion of RES & RUE in developing countries 17.6 M€ Total 200 M€* * Not yet including contributions from enlargement in 2004, nor from EEA and participating candidate countries

  10. SAVE STEER ALTENER COOPENER • RES-Electricity • RES-Heat • Small Scale RES Applications • Alternative vehicle propulsion • Alternative vehicle propulsion • Policy measures for an efficient use of energy in transport • Strengthening the knowledge of local management agencies in the transport field • Energy policies, legislation and market conditions for enabling pover-ty alleviation in developing countries* • Strengthening local energy expertise in developing countries* * Focus 2003: Sub-Saharan Africa • Multiplying success in buildings • Retrofitting of social houses • Innovative approaches in industry • Energy Efficient Equipment and Products Vertical Key Actions (VKA)

  11. Horizontal Key Actions (HKA) • Horizontal = for transsectoral issues • 2 types of Horizontal Key Actions • covering more sectors quite equally (HKA1+2) • complementing activities of vertical Key Actions (HKA 3-5)

  12. Sustainable Energy Communities Think globally, act locally Monitoring & Evaluation Financing mechanisms & Incentives Dissemination & Promotion Horizontal Key Actions (HKA)

  13. Work programme 2003-2006 • Guidelines for each of the specific fields and key actions (chapter 2) • Implementation arrangements (chapter 3) • Evaluation process and criteria (chapter 4) • Indicative timetable for the implementation of the WP (chapter 5)

  14. EIE - Philosophy, principles • Principle of integration • of RUE and RES • support combined promotion of demand management and supply from renewables wherever possible • of instruments • combining legislation, technology, information, training, etc. and make tailored packages • of actors • involving all relevant key actors on the appropriate level(s)

  15. What’s new? (compared to SAVE/ALTENER 2001-2002) • Enforcement of activities of horizontal character • Local actions • Financing & Incentives • Monitoring & evaluation • Dissemination & Promotion • Concerted Actions with Member States

  16. What’s the same? (compared to SAVE/ALTENER 2001-2002) • EIE is a non-technology programme • NOT funding costs for investments in demonstration • NOTfunding research • BUT addressing non-technological barriers

  17. What’s the same? (compared to SAVE/ALTENER 2001-2002) • EIE is a European programme looking for European added value • NOT for singular actions on a national or local level (subsidiarity) • BUT for learning together and from each other

  18. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) SAVEWaltraud SchmidUnit D3, Demand Management Information day28 November 2003

  19. SAVE is • Energy efficiency in buildings and industry • Total final energy consumption minus Final energy consumption of transport sector (STEER) • actions on the demand side, where users of energy play important role • increase of comfort and quality of life in addition to a reduction of energy intensity and energy consumption

  20. 4 SAVE Key Actions • VKA1: Multiplying success in buildings • VKA2: Retrofitting of social houses • VKA3: Innovative approaches in industry • VKA4: Energy using equipment and products Red color = included in call for proposals 2003

  21. SAVE Key Action VKA1 Multiplying success in buildings Target areas • Tools for the take-off of the buildings directive (Attention: partly Call for tenders!) • Schemes for the implementation of energy services, (e.g. Energy Performance Contracting), in particular retrofitting • Public buildings as shining examples • Promotion of best practice examples of high energy performance buildings

  22. Examples of instruments and type of actions under VKA1 • Pilot actions for the development of appropriate energy service concepts and related financial schemes (target area 2) • Activities to change the behaviour of building owners and tenants and their related organisations (target area 1+2) • Schemes for (Vocational) Training of market actors (target area 1) • Exchange of experience between key actors, such as housing associations and ESCOs (target area 2) • Proposals for improved institutional and legal (framework) conditions, e.g. changes of statutes of housing associations (target area 2)

  23. Key actors in VKA1 • Public authorities, • (associations of) building owners, • ESCOs, • Energy agencies, • Associations of installers, certifying authorities, vocational training institutes, architects, construction companies, financing institutions, tenants, consumers/households. • Building research institutes and standardisation institutes (mainly for tenders)

  24. SAVE Key Action VKA3 Innovative approaches in industry PROMOTE EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY IN INDUSTRY AND THEREBY STRENGTHEN THE COMPETITIVENESS OF INDUSTRY - IN PARTICULAR OF SMEs - IN EU AND CEEC Target areas • (Instruments for) Energy Management • Energy services in SMEs • Polygeneration

  25. Examples of instruments and type of actions under VKA3 • Dissemination on best practice in the field of energy management, energy services for SMEs and polygeneration (target areas 1-3), • Promotional schemes/programmes to stimulate the take-up of energy management and energy services, in particular in SMEs (TA 1+2), • Educational activities, in particular with “train the trainer” schemes to achieve high multiplying effects (target area 1), • Actions to establish and implement common quality standards for energy monitoring, audits, energy services (target areas 1+2) • Networking to exchange experience among programme actors of relevant programmes and initiatives (target areas 1+2), • Voluntary agreements with industry branches or companies to reduce energy consumption or CO2 emissions of industry (target area 1),

  26. Key actors in VKA3 • manufacturers, • consultants, • financiers, • ESCO’s, • utilities incl. district heating companies, • industrial, professional and consumer associations, • energy agencies, • public administrations as parties in programmes / voluntary approaches for energy management

  27. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) ALTENERWilliam GillettDeputy Head ofUnit D2, “New and renewable Energies” Information day28 November 2003

  28. ALTENER is • Support local implementation of EU legislation • RES Electricity directive • Biofuels directives • Building directive • Proposed CHP directive • Support local implementation of EU policies RES electricity, heating / cooling, liquid / gaseous fuels • Promote new and renewable energy sources, and their efficient integration into the demand

  29. 4 ALTENER Key Actions • VKA5: RES Electricity • VKA6: RES Heat • VKA7: Small Scale RES • VKA8: Alternative vehicle propulsion Red colour = included in call for proposals 2003

  30. ALTENER Key Action VKA5 RES-Electricity SUPPORT MEMBER STATES TO TAKE THE APPROPRIATE STEPS TO ENCOURAGE GREATER CONSUMPTION OF ELECTRICITY PRODUCED FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY Target areas • national indicative targets, (benchmarking, definitions) • support schemes, (costs, prices regulatory frameworks) • grid system issues, (connection costs, capacity) • green electricity, (best practice, market study, promotion) • distributed electricity production, (stimulate local action)

  31. Examples of instruments and type of actions under VKA5 • Share experiences in collecting data on RES electricity, and in accelerating the processes of data collection, processing and publication • Compare the evolution of RES costs and public sector support, and assess the support needed to achieve stable market growth • Develop and assess possible links between schemes for guarantee of origin, renewable electricity certification, and CO2 certification • Benchmark grid connection and usage / services costs • Stimulate further integration of electricity market processes, with a focus on distributed generation (RES, CHP, other small generators) • Benchmark green electricity best practices, and perform campaigns to promote green electricity, and guarantee of origin across the EU

  32. Key actors in VKA5 • Regulators • Electricity exchanges (pools) • Electricity traders • Utilities • RES power producers • Research institutions, Agencies and consultants

  33. ALTENER Key Action VKA6 RES-heat ENCOURAGE GREATER SHARE OF HEAT AND COOLING PRODUCED FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY Target areas • legislation, fuels standards and norms (RES systems) • supply chain and market structures (RES products) • Promotion and training (best practice, training)

  34. Examples of instruments and type of actions under VKA6 • Promote Standardisation of biomass fuels (eg pellets and wood chips), the solar Keymark scheme, and other RES heating standards • Assess best practices for RES heating and cooling, and for CHP based on biomass fuels • Compare RES heat prices within European markets • Develop policy and legislative instruments for promoting future RES heating and cooling markets • Develop supply chains for RES heat products and promote schemes aimed at reaching “critical mass” at local / regional levels • Establish ESCO’s which target RES heating and cooling markets • Train RES heating and cooling professionals, architects, and installers

  35. Key actors in VKA6 • Biomass, solar and geothermal industries • Biomass fuel suppliers / producers / distributors • Agricultural organisations, Agencies • Public authorities, local and regional • Associations of building owners, architects • Research institutions, Agencies and consultants

  36. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) STEERIan HodgsonUnit D4, Clean Transport Information day28 November 2003

  37. STEER Key actions • KA8 -Alternative vehicle propulsion • KA9 - Policy measures for an efficient use of energy in transport • KA10 - Strengthening the knowledge of local management agencies in the transport field Note: All address passenger and freight, in any mode of transport in either rural or urban areas. Red colour = included in call for proposals 2003

  38. First call for proposals • In the first call: • STEER funds around 3-4 M€ • STEER part will be entirely devoted to KA 10 - developing agencies skills

  39. Key Action 10 target areas • KA10 - Strengthening the knowledge of local management agencies in the transport field • Training and education of local agencies • Supporting local actors to collaborate in programme and project participation

  40. What sort of actions? Some ideas: • Consortium of agencies wishing to be trained in transport energy issues needing funding to pay trainers. • Consortium of agencies with transport expertise wanting funding to enable delivery of training to other agencies. • Group of agencies wanting on-going training and assistance e.g. with mobility management. • Local transport organisations or groups wishing to be trained in transport energy issues. Hope that agencies will bid in collaboration with other relevant transport stakeholders

  41. Further ideas • Possible partners in transport energy activity • Local authorities • Public transport operators/organisations • Cycling organisations • Freight transporters/organisations • Mobility planners • Vehicle manufacturers • Energy suppliers

  42. Important aspects • Appropriateness of activity proposed • Scale of activity (adequate coverage) • Involvement of transport energy expertise (can be external to agencies) • Firm commitment of potential participants • How will activity lead to action (follow-up actions)

  43. Contact Ian Hodgson DG TREN D4 Tel: +32 2 299 9625 E-mail: ian.hodgson@cec.eu.int

  44. Intelligent Energy - Europe (EIE) COOPENERWilliam GillettDeputy Head of Unit D2 “New and Renewable Energies” Information day28 November 2003

  45. Developing Country Governments EU Member States European Commission NGO’s Development Banks Private Sector COOPENER and the EU Energy Initiative Partnerships with Developing Countries (Develop local policies, regulations, knowledge and skills, to provide sustainable energy services for poverty alleviation in urban, peri-urban and rural areas)

  46. COOPENER - Key Actions A key objective is to strengthen the existing capabilities in developing countries, so that those responsible will be better placed to negotiate their sustainable energy requirements with international market actors. Two key actions : • Energy policies, legislation and market conditions for enabling poverty alleviation in developing countries • Strengthening local energy expertise in developing countries Red colour = included in call for proposals 2003

  47. Energy policies, legislation and market conditions…(I) 1st Key action objective: AIMS TO STRENGTHEN LOCAL CAPACITY IN ENERGY POLICY AND REGULATION DEVELOPMENT BY HELPING LOCAL ENERGY POLICY MAKERS AND REGULATORS TO : • CREATE FAVOURABLE MARKET CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF ENERGY SERVICES • ALLEVIATE POVERTY IN URBAN, PERI-URBAN AND RURAL AREAS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

  48. Energy policies, legislation and market conditions…(II) 1st Key Action - Target areas • The energy policy chain, from development to promotion and implementation • Pro-poor energy regulations, addressing sustainability, targets, grid connection rules for decentralised generation, tariffs, etc. • Energy planning for urban, peri-urban and rural areas • Financing, investments, import / other taxes, and support schemes for energy sector programmes and projects, with particular emphasis on SME’s • Promoting best practice in energy services to meet the needs of the poor

  49. Strengthen local energy expertisein developing countries I 2nd Key action objective: AIMS TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT INITIATIVES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, WHICH WILL HELP TO BUILD A CRITICAL MASS OF HUMAN CAPITAL WITH UP TO DATE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE IN : • ENERGY POLICY MAKING • ENERGY REGULATION • ENERGY PLANNING • RENEWABLE AND EFFICIENT ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES AND BEST PRACTICES

  50. Strengthen local energy expertisein developing countries II 2nd Key Action - Target areas • Training and networking for energy policy makers, regulators, and planners • Training, networking, mobility and study tours for energy professionals • Strengthening and reorienting existing Energy Centres, Agencies, and Industry Associations