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IFC/GEF EFFICIENT LIGHTING INITIATIVE GLOBAL WORKSHOP Czech Rep., July 2000 ELI PERU.

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1 IFC/GEF EFFICIENT LIGHTING INITIATIVE GLOBAL WORKSHOP Czech Rep., July 2000 ELI PERU

2 FRAMEWORK ELI PERU

3 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK ELI PERU ELECTRICAL CONCESSIONS LAW – Non integrated generation, transmission and distribution activities with private participation. – Splitted market: free - more than kw regulated - public service – Competition conditions in generation, regulation in transmission and public service distribution. Efficiency incentives in these activities. – Capacity and energy generation prices differentiated by hours of consumption (peak and off peak).

4 SUPPLEMENTARY BY LAWS REGARDING: – Supervision and quality of service: establishing fines and penalties for bad service quality. – Anti-trust law: limit monopolistic property concentration; penalizes market abuse, assuring free competition. – Open access to clients to transmission facilities to assure competition. ELI PERU THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK

5 MARKET ASSESSMENT ELI PERU

6 LAMPS ANNUAL DEMAND 1999 ELI PERU 15741, , , ,430 Total 21561,570 lamps

7 RESIDENTIAL LAMPS INSTALLED UNITS ELI PERU 15852, , , ,380 Total 26841,480 lamps

8 PUBLIC LIGHTING INSTALLED LUMINAIRES ELI PERU Total 1103,888 luminaires 630, ,615 19,415

9 POTENTIAL MARKET ELI PERU

10 CFLs INTRODUCTION IMPACTS ENERGY & POWER SAVINGS ELI PERU

11 CFLs INTRODUCTION IMPACTS CO 2 REDUCTION & $ SAVINGS ELI PERU

12 MARKET OBSTACLES ELI PERU

13 – Incandescent price is $0.50, while the CFL price is over $ – Low income C, D and E social economic levels represents 88% of total Peruvian population. – CFL repayment period, which is of six months, is unknown to the majority of the population. HIGH INITIAL COSTS ELI PERU

14 – Saving & lasting time CFLs benefits are unknown to most low income population. – Color temperature (or light color) is taken as lighting quality, while quantity of flux is considered as good lighting. – Thick tube lamp is considered to produce a higher flux than a thin tube one. – Efficient lighting concept does not exist. LACK OF INFORMATION ELI PERU

15 – Low income population does not have access to formal credit. – Consumer banking interest rate is around 180% annually. Clients bad credit experience. – Banks have low image and are considered unreliable in low income population. LACK OF RESOURCES AND FINANCING STRUCTURES ELI PERU

16 – CFLs are available only at supermarkets, hardware and electrical stores. – Not available all countrywide. – Distributed mostly in high income population zones. – Standard and Triphosphor T8 lamps are not widely distributed. The same for electronic ballasts. LIMITED AVAILABILITY ELI PERU

17 – Presence of unknown low price/low quality CFLs brands, without guarantee. – Forged known brands in the market. – Since last year, Indecopi has promoted the development of official CFLs standards. LACK OF QUALITY STANDARDS ELI PERU

18 – Since the massive CFLs introduction promoted by the Government in 1995 and 1996, many low quality brands entered the market. – Clients have had a bad quality experience with CFLs, with an early failure rate, higher consumption and lower flux than the rated values. CFLs PERCEPTION AND IMAGE BY CLIENTS ELI PERU

19 STRATEGY ELI PERU

20 Residential Sector: Distribution of CFLs through Electric Utilities Companies (E.D.E.s). Public Lighting: Support E.D.E.s transactions for substitution of the existing public lighting equipment. Professional Sector : Identification and support of Professional Lighting projects, and Generation of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs). MARKET SEGMENTATION ELI PERU

21 RESIDENTIAL SECTOR PROJECTS ELI PERU

22 PROBLEMS ON THE CFLs DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS –Delay on the approval of Energy Efficiency Law. –Conception of some Ministry of Energy and Mines officials that Electric Distribution Utilities would earn too much and damage the market taking advantage of monopolistic conditions. –Lack of information among clients. –Low income of clients. ELI PERU

23 Agreements signed with: -Edelnor (EDN) – residential clients -Luz del Sur (LdS) – "" -Electrosureste (ESE) "" EDN and LdS have agreed to participate in program with lamps in the city of Lima. The date foreseen is september ESE study to be made. Initial objetive clients in the rural area. Quantity lamps. Other agreements to be signed: Electro Oriente 80,000 lamps Electro Ucayali 50,000 " Grupo Gloria (4 Utilities)200,000 " RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM PROJECTS ELI PERU

24 EDE´S RESIDENTIAL CLIENTS ELI PERU

25 CFLs COST STUCTURE

26 ELI ProgramTraditional Channel ELI PERU CFLS FINAL PRICE

27 PUBLIC LIGHTING PROJECTS ELI PERU

28 A Letter of Intent has been signed to develop a public lighting feasibility study for the four electrical utilities of Grupo Gloria. ELI will co-finance the study with an estimated cost of US$ A draft of the contract (MOU) is being reviewed. ELI Peru and Grupo Gloria will jointly supervise the study. ESE (Elec. Sur Este) has shown interest in this activity. PUBLIC LIGHTING PROJECTS ELI PERU

29 GRUPO GLORIA PUBLIC LIGHTING / ENERGY CONSUMPTON (MWh) & CLIENTS ELI PERU

30 PUBLIC LIGHTING PARTICIPATION ELI PERU

31 PROFESSIONAL SECTOR PROJECTS ELI PERU

32 Marina de Guerra del Peru (Peruvian Navy) An agreement has been signed to perform an inventory at seven navy facilities. Objetive is to propose solutions for efficient lighting. Philips at ELI Perus request will make the diagnosis and the corresponding proposal. PROFESSIONAL LIGHTING PROGRAM ELI PERU

33 NAVY SAVING POTENTIAL EST. NAVAL LA PERLA kW BASE INFANTERIA MARINA " ESCUELA NAVAL " BASE NAVAL CALLAO " EST. NAVAL SALAVERRY " CENTRO MEDICO NAVAL N.A. CENTRO ESPAR. SN. BORJA N.A kW ELI PERU


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