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1 Organisation, Location, Date Project Minus 3% Shining Examples for the Implementation of the Energy End-use Efficiency and Energy Services Directive Place your logo Suported by:

2 What is Minus 3% project? INTERNATIONAL PROJECT START: 10/2008 END: 09/2011 AIM: - start reduction in energy end-use towards 3% per annum - in the long term to reach minus 30% by 2020

3 Minus3% approach Energy ExpertsCity RepresentativesCountry City of Dublin Energy Management AgencyDublin City Council Graz Energy AgencyCity of Graz Energy Centre BratislavaMunicipality of Malacky Energy Agency of PodravjeMunicipality of Maribor Bryson EnergyCity of Derry Europe Innovation & DevelopmentCity of Teruel PARTNERSHIP: CITY – ENERGY AGENCY

4 Minus3% approach

5 Key Finding 1 Energy saved in the first year amounts to 20,987 MWh with a value of €1,912,000

6 Key Finding 2 The greatest savings are found in improvements to buildings

7 Key Finding 3 The return on investment is better for some measures than others

8 Key Finding 4 Energy efficiency has benefits for cities 1.Reduce annual bills: less kWh = less € 2.Increase capital value of municipal assets 3.Avoid CO 2 penalties in future/ earn € credits 4.Local jobs through new energy services 5.Protecting the environment by lower CO 2 6.Model of good practice for citizens & business

9 Key Finding 5 It is possible to reach the 30% target by 2020 but it does not happen all by itself So a special effort beyond current regulations has to be made by Cities to retrofit their buildings

10 Key Finding 6 Energy Contracting helps to reduce up-front costs Energy Contracting = performance, function and price guarantee = outsourcing of commercial and technical risiks Added value of Energy Contracting:

11 Energy Contracting guarantees energy costs

12 Key Finding 7 Key to successful implementation is an inter- departmental energy management process

13 Key Finding 8 Early stage involvement in planning is important and requires a long-term perspective

14 Key Finding 9 Behavioural measures are very important (in addition to purely technological measures)

15 Key Finding 10 Choice of instruments is a key factor for success in mobilising energy efficiency measures Regulations (e.g. Masterplans Bye-laws, etc) Information and Awareness (e.g. How-to Guide) €€€ Financial Instruments Incentives Direct investments ELENA Energy Contracting ESCOs

16 EU Policy Context ‘MINUS 3% - Shining examples for the implementation of the EU Directive on Energy End-use Efficiency and Energy Services (2006/32/EC)’ To be recast as a new Energy Efficiency Directive: “3% of the total floor area owned by their public bodies is renovated each year to meet at least the minimum energy performance…” Source: European Commission

17 Why Bother? 1.To save money: less kWh = less € 2.To provide a better service and example 3.Protecting the environment by lower CO 2 4.Legislative reasons

18 Yes we can! 1.Cities have control and are responsible 2.Cities are already successful in public services 3.Cities have people, structures, systems -and energy agencies 4.Cities have support of public and media

19 Examples of implemented measures by cities

20 Installation of Solar collectors at Sport hall in Malacky, Slovakia START OF THE ACTIONDecember 2010 IMPLEMENTED MEASURES 30 flat solar collectors max. total output 55.5 kW SIZE OF INVESTMENT52,238 EUR ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY 100,740 kWh/year 25% SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD17.2 years

21 START OF THE ACTIONSeptember 2010 IMPLEMENTED MEASURESReplacement of 697 kW gas oil boilers by a 800 kW automatic biomass boiler (pellet and woodchips), insulation of pipelines, installation of an energy counter, optimization of operational schedules ESCO contract for SME! SIZE OF INVESTMENT 280,000 EUR (including depreciation) ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY kWh/year 10 % SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD15.0 years Biomass boiler at “LAS ANEJAS” public school – Teruel, Spain

22 Central Energy Management System (CEMS) - Maribor START OF THE ACTIONSeptember 2010 IMPLEMENTED MEASURESon-line e-manager through internet access, enables input energy consumption data, display outputs in user- friendly format, collection of information & docs, enables present results to wide Public SIZE OF INVESTMENT 45,000 EUR ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY kWh/year 3 % SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD0.5 year

23 LED Traffic Lights - Graz, Austria START OF THE ACTION2009 IMPLEMENTED MEASURES 190 traffic lights system – replacement of light bulbs with LED lights equipped with OCIT standard for interconnection and electronical supervision all capital expenditures have been pre-financed by GEA SIZE OF INVESTMENT 45,000 EUR ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY 1,180,000 kWh/year 68 % SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD7.0 years

24 Installation of High Efficiency Boiler in Leisure Centre - Derry, UK START OF THE ACTIONJune 2009 IMPLEMENTED MEASURESreplacement of 2 old boilers by high efficiency modulating boiler in cascade package with controls and primary pipe-work installation of new circulation pumps update of automatic control and wiring installation SIZE OF INVESTMENT41, GBP ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY 100,291 kWh/year 14% SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD4.0 years

25 Switch off Behavioural Campaign START OF THE ACTION2009 IMPLEMENTED MEASURES- switch-off campaign to raise awareness on energy use and its impact of behavior on final energy consumption - step-wised process - on-side survey on current behavior and behavioral campaign (posters, leaflets, promotional material, stickers and an energy day with competition SIZE OF INVESTMENT12,500 EUR ENERGY SAVINGS SAVINGS FOR FACILITY 101, % SIMPLE PAYBACK PERIOD0.6 year

26 The sole responsibility for the content of this report lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the EU. Neither the EACI nor the European Commission is responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. Thank you for your attention! Codema (Project Co-ordinator) Contact person: Ms. Edel Giltenane Phone: for more information:


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