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Cobre, Eficiencia Energ tica y Energ as Renovables

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Cobre, Eficiencia Energ tica y Energ as Renovables

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    1. Cobre, Eficiencia Energtica y Energas Renovables

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    3. Acerca de la Asociacin Internacional del Cobre (ICA)

    5. Economa y Sustentabilidad

    8. When it comes to electrical system components and their relative importance with regards to achieving energy savings and greenhouse emission targets, the reality is actually quite different to what you may believe, either from reading the press, or from listening to politicians. Right now, many politicians are in love, if I can use such an affectionate term, with renewables. They go out of their way to promote them and to provide investment incentives. As I said earlier, however, many of you know that the real consequence is the cost burden on existing energy users and the general taxpayer. This slide shows the benefits provided in terms of greenhouse gas and energy savings by investing one million $ in four different solutions. Firstly, in electric motors one of the must haves in the industrial age. For 1M$, the user can purchase 7000 high efficiency motors, save 160 gigawatt hours of electricity and 64 thousand tonne of CO2. This purchase will use around 14 tonne of copper mainly as winding wire. The second is for 150 rather boring, but very necessary voltage transformers for electricity distribution. Here the savings are 5 times those of motors, with a nice copper demand. Now lets look at two modern technology, high profile components. Ive just talked about turbines. The same million $ will save a quarter of the motor benefits and only use 2 tonne copper. Another renewable source, converting the suns energy into electricity doesnt really do that much for the environment or for copper. The bottom line is that it is the older, less exciting system components that deliver the benefits and the copper. We need to continue to get this message out to policy and decision makers. When it comes to electrical system components and their relative importance with regards to achieving energy savings and greenhouse emission targets, the reality is actually quite different to what you may believe, either from reading the press, or from listening to politicians. Right now, many politicians are in love, if I can use such an affectionate term, with renewables. They go out of their way to promote them and to provide investment incentives. As I said earlier, however, many of you know that the real consequence is the cost burden on existing energy users and the general taxpayer. This slide shows the benefits provided in terms of greenhouse gas and energy savings by investing one million $ in four different solutions. Firstly, in electric motors one of the must haves in the industrial age. For 1M$, the user can purchase 7000 high efficiency motors, save 160 gigawatt hours of electricity and 64 thousand tonne of CO2. This purchase will use around 14 tonne of copper mainly as winding wire. The second is for 150 rather boring, but very necessary voltage transformers for electricity distribution. Here the savings are 5 times those of motors, with a nice copper demand. Now lets look at two modern technology, high profile components. Ive just talked about turbines. The same million $ will save a quarter of the motor benefits and only use 2 tonne copper. Another renewable source, converting the suns energy into electricity doesnt really do that much for the environment or for copper. The bottom line is that it is the older, less exciting system components that deliver the benefits and the copper. We need to continue to get this message out to policy and decision makers.

    9. Acerca de la Eficiencia Energtica Sustentable y sus Estrategias

    10. Por favor, les pido que pongan em modulo presentation desde esse slide para que puedan entender mis ideas. Y van haciendo clic em las cajitas abajo del grupo 2 de cajitas.

    11. Estrategia Apoyo y regulacin en la formulacin y aplicacin de reglamentos favorables Trabajar con los fabricantes de equipos para acelerar la introduccin y adopcin de nuevas tecnologas Comunicarse con los usuarios finales con respecto al valor de estas soluciones Colaborar con los defensores de la energa sustentable en las actividades de desarrollo de mercado Cooperar con los gobiernos, asociaciones y la industria privada para impulsar la transicin del mercado

    12. Estrategia de Carbono para el Cobre Algunas posibilidades Redes de distribucin elctrica Perdidas Mundiales: 1.279 TWh / al ao; 30-50% de posibles mejoras Ahorrando de 250 hasta 375 millones de toneladas de emisiones de CO2e por ao Por ejemplo, corrigiendo 1000 transformadores de alta eficiencia reduciran las emisiones de carbono en unas 5.000 ppm por ao Sistema de motores Consumir 1.500 - 2.200 TWh / al ao, 30% de posibles mejoras 900 - 1.400 millones de toneladas de emisiones de CO2e por ao Por ejemplo, corrigiendo motores de alta eficiencia de 7 MW de potencia, reducen las emisiones de carbono en unas 5.000 ppm por ao

    13. Cobre en sistemas de Energa Avanzada

    14. Ejemplos: Actividades en Latinoamrica

    15. Motores Eficientes

    16. Leonardo Energy en Espaol

    17. Algunos Hitos de las Actividades en Mxico 1997 FIDE 2004 ANCE, CONNUE 2005 ANES, IPN, UNAM 2006 BERKLEY, ICLEI 2007 PROCALSOL, PNUD 2008 CFE, SENER 2010 - Segundo Taller de Agencias de Eficiencia Energtica en Amrica Latina Oct. 2010 Mxico DF

    18. Parte II Trabajo con Municipios

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